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Polish Urban Art: Nächste Station – Berlin Warschauer Str.

1-1024x681In November 2014, over a period of 4 days, Urban Spree Galerie welcomes and hosts in Berlin the “Polish Urban Art” travelling exhibition which is curated by Brain Damage Gallery in Lublin, Poland.

The exhibition aims to present a panorama of contemporary street art from Poland in an ambitious group show featuring excellent artists such as Autone, Chazme, Czarnobyl, EloMelo, Etam Cru, Kamil Kuzko, Mat, M-City, Nawer, Pener, Proembrion, Pepe, Robert Proch, Paweł Ryżko, Sepe, Szczerbak, Uran, Zbiokand others.

Lunatics-II-130x130cm-acrylic-on-canvas-2014-1019x1024Launched in Kiev in October 2014, the exhibition travels to 7 eastern and western European cities (Kiev, Lviv, Minsk, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris, and Warsaw) before concluding in December in Lublin – the home base of the gallery, with a selection of artworks & murals.

In addition, the gallery will present photographs documenting the evolution of street art in Poland, starting from pieces captured by Edward Hartwig in the 1950s, to recent large scale murals.

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Polish Urban Art: Exhibition

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Urban Spree Galerie is proud to invite you to the “Polish Urban Art” travelling exhibition curated by the Brain Damage Gallery in Lublin, Poland.

The exhibition aims to present Urban Art from Poland in an ambitious group show featuring excellent artists such as Autone, Chazme, Czarnobyl, EloMelo, Etam Cru, Kamil Kuzko, Mat, M-City, Nawer, Pener, Proembrion, Pepe, Robert Proch, Paweł Ryżko, Sepe, Szczerbak, Uran, Zbiok, and others.

Launched in Kiev in October 2014, the exhibition travels to 7 eastern and western European cities before concluding in December in Lublin – the home base of the gallery, with a selection of artworks, murals and photographic archives.

In the recent years Polish urban art has become a rapidly growing phenomenon. Polish urban artists are now not only mentioned among the world elite, but above all, within the broad spectrum of urban art they managed to develop their own, unique, clearly recognizable style. A style, which on the one hand, corresponds to the most notable achievements of Polish  contemporary art; on the other, it often emanates from the most radical form of art created on the streets – graffiti writing.

The aim of the Polish Urban Art project is to present and promote Polish urban art in Europe. In Batumi and Lviv we plan to exhibit murals created on the spot by Polish artists. In Kiev and Minsk we will be presenting a collection documenting Polish urban art starting from the 1950s to the present. After completing our project in Eastern Europe, its results will be presented and discussed on exhibits organized in the major capitals of street art and graffiti – Berlin, Paris, and Stockholm.

Finally, the project will be closed and summed up in Brain Damage Gallery in Lublin in December 2014.

Additionally, the gallery will present photographs documenting the evolution of art on Polish streets, starting from pieces captured by Edward Hartwig in the 1950s, to recent large scale murals.

The entire presentation will be completed by a story of Polish art, aptly captured with the slogan “Graffiti Goes East”.

BERLIN Exhibition: Friday, November 14th to Sunday, November 16th, 12:00-19-00

PROGRAM:

Kiev – 10/20/2014

Lviv – 24-30.10.2014

Minsk – 08-10.11.2014

Berlin – 13-16.11.2014 

Stockholm – 20-23.11.2014

Paris – 27-30.11.2014

Warsaw – 04-07.12.2014

Lublin – 11-14.12.2014

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Polish Urban Art

PUA_front_v2Urban Spree Galerie is proud to invite you to the Berlin chapter of a travelling exhibition curated by the Brain Damage Gallery in Lublin, Poland. 

The exhibition aims to present Urban Art from Poland in an ambitious group show featuring excellent artists such as Autone, Chazme, Czarnobyl, EloMelo, Etam Cru, Kamil Kuzko, Mat, M-City, Nawer, Pener, Proembrion, Pepe, Robert Proch, Paweł Ryżko, Sepe, Szczerbak, Uran, Zbiok, and others.

Launched in Kiev in October 2014, the exhibition travels to 7 eastern and western European cities before concluding in December in Lublin – the home base of the gallery, with a selection of artworks, murals and photographic archives.

In the recent years Polish urban art has become a rapidly growing phenomenon. Polish urban artists are now not only mentioned among the world elite, but above all, within the broad spectrum of urban art they managed to develop their own, unique, clearly recognizable style. A style, which on the one hand, corresponds to the most notable achievements of Polish  contemporary art; on the other, it often emanates from the most radical form of art created on the streets – graffiti writing.

The aim of the Polish Urban Art project is to present and promote Polish urban art in Europe.

Additionally, the gallery will present photographs documenting the evolution of art on Polish streets, starting from pieces captured by Edward Hartwig in the 1950s, to recent large scale murals.

The entire presentation will be completed by a story of Polish art, aptly captured with the slogan “Graffiti Goes East”.

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PROGRAM:

Kiev – 10/20/2014 

Lviv – 24-30.10.2014 

Minsk – 08-10.11.2014 

Berlin – 13-16.11.2014 

Stockholm – 20-23.11.2014 

Paris – 27-30.11.2014

Warsaw – 04-07.12.2014 

Lublin – 11-14.12.2014

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BERLIN:

Urban Spree Galerie // Revaler x Warschauer Str. // Berlin Friedrichshain

Opening: Thursday, November 13th, 2014, 18:00 with DJ set by Jemek Jemowit

Exhibition: Friday, November 14th to Sunday, November 16th, 12:00-19-00

 

The results of the project can be checked on the official project website http://www.polishurbanart.com/ as well as the facebook page of European Fundacja Culture Miejskiej.

Organized by Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej in cooperation with: Brain Damage Gallery (Poland), The “Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre” Centre (Poland), Whole City (Poland), Tamara Bokuchava (Georgia), Nini Palavandishvili (Georgia), Grob Yarik (Ukraine), Dzyga Gallery (Ukraine), Nazar Motyk (Ukraine), Y galery (Belarus), Urban Spree Gallery (Germany).

The Project is financially supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland and the City of Lublin

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