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New JBAK Mural in Berlin (Part I)

The Urban Spree Arcade Project continued on Saturday with the first part of the JBAK (James Bullough & Addison Karl) photo-realistic piece with Addison putting out the layout before James adds his layers of color today to complete the mural.



Jan Kaláb: new print release with Urban Spree

Urban Spree Prints will be releasing a silk screen print designed by Jan Kaláb on Saturday 24.11.2018 on the occasion of the czech artist’s book presentation and signing at Urban Spree Berlin.

Edited by Urban Spree Prints and masterly printed by Dolly Demoratti (Mother Drucker/Urban Spree Studio), the print is a 6-colour hand pulled screen print on Hahnemühle 300 g/sm paper and comes in a very limited edition of 18 prints, signed and numbered. The outer layer of the print is printed with a subtle green hologram glitter.

9 prints are reserved directly for the Berlin book event whereas 9 other prints are available by subscribing to the Urban Spree newsletter at the bottom of this page until Saturday 24.11.2018 at 12:00 (noon). Subscribers will be then informed about the ordering process.

 



The Circle Show

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Urban Spree Gallery presents: The CIRCLE SHOW

A group exhibition featuring a selection of Berlin based artists within our creative network.

Urban Spree is not only an exhibition space but also a cultural melting pot. Since it was found last year, we’ve already built a vibrant community attracting local creatives as well as artists from all over the world. For the first Circle Show, we’ve invited a great lineup of artists to create each an original art piece, resembling the shape of a circle.

The idea of the circle represents our circle of friends that made Urban Spree an amazing place. We are looking forward to showcase the best creatives in Berlin who are closely connected to us.

ARTISTS LINEUP:

Alaniz ? Andrea Wan ? Anton Unai/ Anne Wenkel & Ekaterina Koroleva ? BASE23/Bene Rohlmann ? Billy & Alex ? Blo ? Boing ? Bosso Fataka ? Chìa ? Cren ? Dolly Demoratti ? Duncan Passmore/Drypnz ? Felix Bork ?? JBAK: James Bullough ‘ Karl Addison ? Julia Benz ? Justin Person ? KLUB7: Otto Baum ‘ Kidcash ‘ Disko Robot ? Max Gärtner ? Martin Krusche ? Mr. Talion/Niels Kalk ? Noa Snir ? Peter János Novák ? Prost ? Rylsee ? Sam Crew: John Reaktor ? Slava Ostapchenko ? Sophia Hirsch ? Spray ? Tine Fetz ? Tika ? THE WEIRD: Look ‘ Vidam ? Tomasz Kobialka ? Vanessa Rosa ? Wesr ? Wurstbande/ xXcrew: Elias Errerd ‘ Johannes Mundinger

Vernissage on August 2nd, 2013, at 20:00, followed by an afterparty with a DJ program conducted by the artists themselves.

 



The Circle Show

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Urban Spree Galerie presents: The CIRCLE SHOW.

A group exhibition featuring a selection of Berlin based artists within our creative network.

Urban Spree is not only an exhibition space but also a cultural melting pot. Since it was found last year, we’ve already built a vibrant community attracting local creatives as well as artists from all over the world. For the first Circle Show, we’ve invited a great lineup of artists to make an art piece each, resembling the shape of a circle.

The idea of the circle represents our circle of friends that made Urban Spree an amazing place. We are looking forward to showcase the best creatives in Berlin who are closely connected to us.

ARTISTS LINEUP:

Alaniz, Andrea Wan, Anton Unai, Anne Wenkel, Ekaterina Koroleva, BASE23, Bene Rohlmann, Billy, Blo, Boing, Bosso Fataka, Chìa, Cren, Dolly Demoratti, Duncan Passmore, Drypnz, Felix Bork, JBAK, James Bullough, Addison Karl, Julia Benz, Justin Person,  KLUB7, Otto Baum, Kidcash, Disko Robot, Max Gärtner, Martin Krusche, Mr. Talion, Niels Kalk, Noa Snir, Peter János Novák, Prost, Rylsee, Sam Crew, John Reaktor, Slava Ostapchenko, Sophia Hirsch, Spray, Tine Fetz, Tika, Look , Vidam, Tomasz Kobialka, Vanessa Rosa, Wesr, Wurstbande, xXcrew, Elias Errerd, Johannes Mundinger

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One Day in Teufelsberg

This Sunday, in the infamous Teufelsberg -an abandoned NSA station over a man-manufactured hill in Berlin Grunewald made after the Second World War from the rubble of destroyed Berlin houses- there was a painting session with 11 street artists that invaded the second floor of the main building. This session was organized by Andreas Böttger, in a kind a rehearsal session before a big painting festival that will take place later in the summer with 100+ artists.

Among the artists present today: Irgh from Wurst Bande, Johannes Mundiger (XX Crew), Leas (Moi), JBAK, Boing, 3 finnish writers (Virta, Tols and Boss), Cuke and John Reaktor (SAM Crew), and Timrobot.

 



The Urban Spree Arcade Project

The Arcade Project is a new collaborative street art initiative in Berlin that will unfold in the weeks to come. Located in the R.A.W Tempel, opposite Urban Spree and just under the Warschauer Str., there is a set of 21 arcades, currently painted with frescoes ranging from a gallery of 20th century historical/pop culture icons (like Betty Boop, Marx, Che Guevara, Gandhi, Michael Jackson), and landscape paintings based upon sea and desert scenes (the connoisseurs will never forget the crab, the bird and the camel). These frescoes were really hanging around for a long time.

Until now.

Middle of last week, our good friend klone came up with the idea of making an open air street art gallery, inviting friends to paint one arcade per artist. That’s how the Arcade Project was born. But there is also a special touch to this project: in a year or so, the arcades will be hidden from the public view owing to an urbanistic project aimed at redesigning the access to the R.A.W from the Warschauer Str. Therefore, the paintings will be covered (but not destroyed) until the plot of land becomes free for new construction, that is in 2019 or 2025. This is a very exciting part of this project, and each invited artist feels very special about it.

First collaboration started on Wednesday June 6th with the 2 members of the SMD Crew from Tel Aviv, klone and Robat and went on Saturday with the duo Irgh from Wurst Bande, Jbak, and Blo.