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Screenprint Exhibition and Pop Up Show

Starting this Saturday at noon, Urban Spree is hosting a screenprint exhibition curated by Mother Drucker‘s Dolly Demoratti. A few days ago, Dolly installed her new screenprint studio in the first floor of the Urban Spree Ateliers. To celebrate the opening of the studio, we are inviting all street art and screenprints’ fans to discover Dolly’s atelier and her wonderful old steel & glass machines. In addition, a pop up store featuring a selection of hand-pulled Dolly’s silk screenprints will be disseminated in the abandoned rooms of Urban Spree.

Works by Nomad, Anton Unai, SuperBlast, Elmar Lause and many more… Also featuring the one-colour iconic Victor Ash print that was made in conjunction with his Kreuzberg wall of 2007. All editions signed and numbered.

Urban Spree Gallery

Revaler Sr. 99

@RAW Tempel


Opens everyday from 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

www.urbanspree.com + www.mother-drucker.com


Worn Pop in Berlin: Super Besse (BY) + label residents showcase

« Worn Pop is a music organization based in Kiev and was formed by Nikita Netrebko in 2013 to develop Ukrainian coldwave movement by doing shows with guests from abroad, as well as managing and releasing artists coming from the local scene. Their first releases was produced in 2014 on cassettes and CD’s and were basically full DIY from recording at home till cutting cassette tape and assembling them back and were selling mostly offline. Later they stretch their genre palette a lot, but saved own image where all artists in rooster or line-up fit each other by mood and overall atmosphere. Being concentrated mostly on booking shows in 2015 – 2017 Worn Pop became well-known in Ukraine and through out some music scenes in Europe, so time has come for coming back to releasing. The residents of the label go on tour dedicated to their new releases in August of 2018 through Kiev, Lviv, Berlin, Copenhagen, Warsaw and Kalabalik Pa Tyrolen in Sweden. »

Line Up:
Super Besse (Minsk, BY – I Love You Records)

Cold Comfort (Kiev, UA – Worn Pop)
Gil’otina (Kiev, UA – Worn Pop)
Geuxx (Kiev, UA – Worn Pop)


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Pop Up 'Art & Bicycle' Show in our Ateliers

In addition to the Grand Boucle Show which will take place in our main hall, Urban Spree is hosting a pop up show on its first floor Ateliers. Curated by Addison Karl (idrawalot) and Irgh (Wurst Bande), this pop up event is designed for bicycle & art enthusiasts, with a selection of hand-pulled prints and goodies.

Starting Friday, July 20th.

Urban Spree Ateliers. Revaler Str. 99 / RAW Area


Der Nino aus Wien (Berlinshow 2020)

ATTENTION: The show has been moved from the Lido to the Urban Spree. Already purchased tickets remain valid.


First, let’s let a fan speak:
« Nino Mandl – one of the most likeable, unexcited, touching and brilliant (German speaking) artists ever. »

Nothing really needs to be added to this, so in conclusion
only facts:

After ten albums, a felt 17 Amadeus nominations, an actual Amadeus Award, more than ten years on middle stages in German-speaking countries, it’s time for the next size up: on the 2020 Germany tour, Nino Mandl and his great band will be performing in Munich’s Muffathalle, Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie (sold out),
and on February 27th, we’ll stop by the Urban Spree.

His current album « Der Nino aus Wien », released in 2018, is probably the most personal in Nino’s career, but also the most ambiguous. The lyrics become apparent to some only after listening to them several times, to others perhaps not at all. « Wach » describes Nino as « perhaps the best long song I have ever written ». It’s a tour diary that probably only he himself can fully understand.

But Nino almost certainly plays his classics and popular songs at live concerts, such as « Du Oasch » or « …Vollenden ».

Currently Der Nino aus Wien is preparing the release of his next single.

Come closer, step in!

Winner Protestsongcontest Vienna 2019

Aftershow party with the
from 23:30 at Mysliwska

presented by


GUSTO – Ablass für Massenkultur

Pre Sale




Sold Out: Molchat Doma (additional show)

~ Due to high demand, we have added a second show ~

Swamp Booking, Urban Spree & Molchat Doma present:

thursday 24th october

Detriti Records
Minsk, Belarus

Molchat Doma (translated as “Silent Houses”), founded in 2017 in Minsk, Belarus, stands at the intersection of post-punk, new-wave and synth-pop. Dark yet danceable, and with a heavy dose of goth ethos, their music is reminiscent of the masters that predate them, but make no mistake: Molchat Doma creates a sound and meaning that is immediately recognizable as all their own.

The band is comprised of Egor Shkutko, who sings the Russian lyrics in his deep monotone, Roman Komogortsev on guitar, synths, and drum machine, and Pavel Kozlov on bass and synths.

Their second LP, Этажи (pronounced Etazhi, meaning “Floors”) was released in 2018 on Berlin-based Detriti Records. It has sold out four times and is currently on its fifth repressing due to outstanding demand. Этажи has garnered over one million views on Youtube.



« Here Comes the Bad News »: New Solo Show with Jim Avignon

Jim Avignon returns to Urban Spree Galerie for his second solo show « Here Comes the Bad News », 2 years after « Permanent Jetlag ».

In his only exhibition in Berlin for the year 2019, Jim Avignon describes the mood in the world and in Berlin in particular with his usual wit.

Gentrification, Global Warming, Surveillance Capitalism, Alt Right… here comes indeed the bad news. His paintings are a mash-up of cartoony figuration, expressionistic composition, – a maximum of expression with a minimum of lines.

Jim Avignon is a painter, illustrator and conceptual artist. Always ready to confront the establishment he is torn between pop art, street art, Picasso on acid or simply being the fastest painter in the world. His signature style consists of vivid colours, a biting humor, unpretentious materials and a mind numbing output. His art works like pop music in DIY mode.

According to the legend, the artist became stranded in the Provence city of Avignon at some point in the ’80s when his car unexpectedly broke down. He resorted to painting Dali images onto pavements, gradually raising money to repair his car. The name stayed.

In the early 90s, he became an ubiquitous painter of the techno movement, designing makeshift clubs and Love Parade trucks.

By creating a colorful flood of affordable, rapidly-produced works, Jim disrupts the well-oiled art market and pervades it with black humor and self-irony. Avignon’s images caricature the modus operandi of the art market and are also aimed at people who are bored or deterred by the gold-framed aura of so-called high art. « Good Artists Go To The Museum, Bad Artists Go Everywhere ».


Jim Avignon

« Here Comes the Bad News »

Solo Show at Urban Spree Galerie

Vernissage: Friday, August 09th, 2019

Exhibition: 09.08.2019 – 08.09.2019

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

Info and catalogue: pascal@urbanspree.com