Urban Spree Galerie will be participating to the 1st Urban Art Fair in New York City from June 29th to July 3rd 2017 in the Spring Studios in Manhattan.
After the successful edition of the Paris Urban Art Fair, Urban Spree Galerie is proud to participate to the NYC edition and introduce their artists to the NY and American audience.
Artists exhibited in NY in the Urban Spree booth have all exhibited at the gallery in the past years and include: Kid Cash, Hendrik Czakainski, Klone Yourself, Michal Škapa, Rafael Sliks, Sun7, Thomas Gosset aka Toums, and Yeemd.
If you are interested to meet us in NYC, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Urban Spree Galerie returns to Paris for the Urban Art Fair. After a successful first edition in 2016, Urban Spree will attend the Fair from 19 to 23.04.2017 with a dual presentation.
On the one hand, Hendrik Czakainski will present a selection of recent artworks as well as an large installation in the public space of the fair.
On the other hand, we’ll introduce the work of Norman Behrendt to the Parisian audience with a selection of analogue photographs from his award-winning photographic series “Burning Down the House“.
Urban Spree Galerie will present an installation of Hendrik Czakainski on the occasion of the Urban Art Fair in Paris in April 2017. Video by Christiania Krueger shot in the artist’s studio and at Urban Spree Galerie in January 2017 during the making-of process.
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From April 22nd to April 24th 2016, Urban Spree Galerie will participate to the first Urban Art Fair in Paris alongside a roster of 30 international urban arts galleries.
The artists of the gallery have a strong street practice, and are (with a few exceptions) living and working in Berlin, a city celebrated for its artistic cosmopolitism and strong urban arts DNA.
The artists presented by the gallery for the Urban Art Fair represent a new generation of street artists, whose imaginary is often rooted in comics, video games and remix culture (Mafia_Tabak), who deconstruct graffiti towards abstraction (Kid Cash, Mik Shida, Michal Škapa), who create whole imaginary cityscapes (Hendrik Czakainski), paint delicate huge murals (Twoone) or build tiny elements (Joshua Smith) but also well-known pioneers such as ABOVE.
In addition to his masterpiece “120.630” – exhibited for the first time in Paris – Hendrik Czakainski will also exhibit a sculpture in the public area of Le Carreau du Temple.
We cordially invite you to visit the Urban Spree booth at the Urban Art Fair.
From the 22nd to the 24th of April 2016 / 11am – 8pm
CARREAU DU TEMPLE / 4, Rue Eugène Spuller, 75003 Paris
Subway M3 Temple / M3, M5, M8, M9, M11 République
Urban Spree Galerie is proud to be part of a roster of 30 international urban arts galleries selected to participate to the first Urban Art Fair in Paris.
The Fair will take place in Paris’ Le Marais district from 22 to 24 of April 2016 in the beautiful building Le Carreau du Temple.
Urban Spree will present a selection of Berlin-based contemporary urban artists.
[aufnahme + wiedergabe] presents:
Martial Canterel live
[US, Dais Records / Wierd Records]
Martial Canterel’s Sean McBride is the progenitor of American cold synth sounds of the 21st Century. He began under the moniker Moravagine before he started releasing limited edition cassettes and playing Brooklyn dives as Martial Canterel in 2002.
Since then, McBride’s bleak intellectual exercises in the dark and danceable have flooded North America and Europe through the frosty fairwaves paved by Pieter Schoolwerth’s Wierd Records. With an inimitable minimal style merging bright, urgent melodies ornamented and punctuated by the noises of industry and McBride’s sonorous, stern vocals, Martial Canterel’s recent releases (You Today, Refuge Underneath) have garnered both critical acclaim and a rapidly growing rabid fanbase.
McBride’s influence can be heard in scores of bands in the Weird cadre and beyond (he is also one half of the Weird Records duo Xeno and Oaklander). Through the collision of a uniquely humanistic means of production via live analogue synthcraft expertly paired with vocals and lyrics that reflect the pitfalls and pleasures of our age, Martial Canterel provides a visceral kick best felt on the dancefloor, amidst a flurry of flesh in motion.
Philipp Strobel [aufnahme + wiedergabe]
Thenia Af. [Grausame Töchter]
Urban Spree (RAW-Area)
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.