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Ruben Brulat: how the 'Paths' series was shot

In this video shot by Rémi Chapeaublanc and Mélanie Friche Bigouroux -the young couple that Ruben Brulat met in Mongolia and who is actually figured in one of Ruben’s iconic image from the Paths series, we follow the photographer and his fellow travelers/soon-to-be nude models into the wild landscapes of Mongolia and try to decipher how the photographer chooses his angle, how he manages to tame the light, and force the whole landscape into actually becoming one of his photographic compositions.

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Ruben Brulat: Sharing Paths

Ruben Brulat‘s photographic exhibition and photobook recommended by C/O Berlin!

The exhibition is opened from Tuesday to Saturday ( 12:00-20:00) until September 22nd and also next Sunday for the early birds of the Berlin Art Week!

Ruben’s exhibition was also featured in i-ref while his series Paths was featured in a 1-page interview in Die Zeit in July.

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Ruben Brulat: Sharing Paths

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Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Sharing Paths’, a photographic exhibition by French photographer Ruben Brulat. On this occasion, Ruben Brulat (24), will officially release in Berlin his self-published photobook based upon the current series ‘Paths’.

‘Paths’ is Ruben Brulat’s third photographic series (2013) after the acclaimed ‘Immaculate’ and ‘Primates’.

“It all started three years ago, there was the urge to go, to see a land far away, i went to India and encountered stories, people, so i asked them, if they would, get naked and embrace their surroundings, fear but also wonder..

Nepal, hiking, slowly, meeting, Clinton, Noah and Yaïr, Maxime and Lionel, a month on the trails, tales of a lake, one so high, bare skin against the snow. Bare skin against the leeches of the jungle. Each encounter, with each stories,we would share and then if the place would come to us, there would be an embrace. Bare body against the surrounding.

From ‘Gare de Lyon’ to ‘Gare de l’Est’. And so i left on august 2011 for more than a year travel. A journey that will take me across Europe and Asia by the slow means of transport and on land only.

The series ‘Paths’ resulted. Strangers just encountered would give themselves away to Nature. To embrace or be embraced. The unknown sometimes in the harsh snow, sometimes in the soft Gobi sand, sometime against the sharp rocks of a Japanese volcano. Ephemera of intensity, before often saying goodbye to each for ever.

A story created by the randomness of the encounter, places and bodies, with utopia and hopes, souvenir of a time for then pursuing their paths, after sharing one for a while.”

Ruben Brulat is a French photographer. His work has been shown in numerous places, Confluence Gallery, Nantes, 2011, Schierke Space, Munich, 2010, G3 Gallery, Hamburg, 2010, Galerie Chambre avec vues, Paris, 2010, Promenades de Vendome, Vendome, 2011, Souvenir From earth TV showing in Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2010, Librairie de la Galerie, Paris, 2010, The LAB, Los Angeles, 2010, The Empty Quarter Gallery – Alliance Francaise, Dubaï, 2009, and received awards, Wallpaper* Graduate Directory 2010, selected for the Voies-Off, Rencontres Photographiques d’Arles, 2010.

The ‘Paths’ series since it was published made a trip of its own with publications in China, France, Germany, Spain, Central Asia, and a few other places, on internet it went in many places, selected websites, Boooooooooom, The Verge, IGNANT, Photo HK, Cargocollective featured, il post, fffffffffound, The Fox is black, Another Something, Design Boom, Etoday.ru, Lense, This is paper, Beautiful Decay, Juxtapoz, Thisisnthappiness, Oiztarism.ro, Another Escape, Wanderez…

www.rubenbrulat.com

www.thediary.rubenbrulat.com



Ruben Brulat: Sharing Paths

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Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Sharing Paths‘, a photographic exhibition by French photographer Ruben Brulat (b. 1988). On this occasion, Ruben Brulat will officially release in Berlin his self-published photobook based upon the current series ‘Paths’.

 Paths is Ruben Brulat’s third photographic series (2013) after the acclaimed ‘Immaculate’ and ‘Primates’.

 “It all started three years ago, there was the urge to go, to see a land far away, i went to India and encountered stories, people, so i asked them, if they would, get naked and embrace their surroundings, fear but also wonder..

 Nepal, hiking, slowly, meeting, Clinton, Noah and Yaïr, Maxime and Lionel, a month on the trails, tales of a lake, one so high, bare skin against the snow. Bare skin against the leeches of the jungle. Each encounter, with each stories,we would share and then if the place would come to us, there would be an embrace. Bare body against the surrounding.

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From ‘Gare de Lyon’ to ‘Gare de l’Est’. And so i left on august 2011 for more than a year travel. A journey that will take me across Europe and Asia by the slow means of transport and on land only.

 The series ‘Paths’ resulted. Strangers just encountered would give themselves away to Nature. To embrace or be embraced. The unknown sometimes in the harsh snow, sometimes in the soft Gobi sand, sometime against the sharp rocks of a Japanese volcano. Ephemera of intensity, before often saying goodbye to each for ever.

 A story created by the randomness of the encounter, places and bodies, with utopia and hopes, souvenir of a time for then pursuing their paths, after sharing one for a while.” Ruben Brulat.

Presented together with the main series ‘Paths’ are some travel pictures that narrate his almost 2-year long journey across Asia. This series of pictures prises sur le vif is called ‘Instants’.

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Urban Spree and Ruben Brulat will also officially release on September 6th the self-published photobook ‘Sharing Paths’, featuring the two series exhibited in Berlin.

About the artist:

Ruben Brulat is a French photographer born in 1988. His work has been shown in numerous places, Confluence Gallery, Nantes, 2011, Schierke Space, Munich, 2010, G3 Gallery, Hamburg, 2010, Galerie Chambre avec vues, Paris, 2010, Promenades de Vendome, Vendome, 2011, Souvenir From earth TV showing in Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2010, Librairie de la Galerie, Paris, 2010, The LAB, Los Angeles, 2010, The Empty Quarter Gallery – Alliance Francaise, Dubaï, 2009, and received awards, Wallpaper* Graduate Directory 2010, selected for the Voies-Off, Rencontres Photographiques d’Arles, 2010.

 The ‘Paths’ series since it was published made a trip of its own with publications in China, France, Germany, Spain, Central Asia, and a few other places, on internet it went in many places, selected websites, i-ref, Boooooooooom, The Verge, IGNANT, Photo HK, Cargocollective featured, il post, fffffffffound, The Fox is black, Another Something, Design Boom, Etoday.ru, Lense, This is paper, Beautiful Decay, Juxtapoz, Thisisnthappiness, Oiztarism.ro, Another Escape, Wanderez…

www.rubenbrulat.com

www.thediary.rubenbrulat.com

Vernissage on Friday, September 6th at 19:00 with the presence of the photographer + book signing.

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. x Warschauer Str.

S+U Warschauer Str.

Exhibition: 07.09.13 – 22.09.13

Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 – 20:00

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#dailydoodlegram = #dailydoodleberlin

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Urban Spree Gallery invites you to the vernissage of Tel Aviv based illustrator Geffen Rafaeli and her original artwork based on a concept developed from Instagram, the ‘dailydoodlegram’.

Everyday, Geffen chooses a few elements that inspire her from pictures instagramed and hashtagged #dailydoodlegram, and then combine & recreate them into a daily Polaroid-size original illustration.

Since she started it in May 2012, her instagram account reached 29,500 followers worldwide.

With #dailydoodleberlin, the local hashtag of the exhibition, the project becomes local and Berlin is the first city where #dailydoodlegram will become a live experience. Geffen will draw original illustrations from the Berlin pictures as she is doing it on a global scale and through this first experience, will propose a vision of the city, a vision propelled by its inhabitants.

→ Geffen Rafaeli invites people who would like to take part of the Dailydoodlegram performance/exhibition to tag their Berlin Instagram Photos with #dailydoodleberlin as of now. Only one week to go to complete the project!!

Dailydoodlegram by Geffen Rafaeli: http://instagram.com/dailydoodlegram#

 

Opening the 14th of September at 19:00 with the presence of the artist.

Exhibition: 14.09.13 – 20.09.13 in parallel with Ruben Brulat’s ‘Paths’

Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 – 20:00

Urban Spree Gallery / Art store section

Revaler Str. 99

12045 Berlin

 



#DailyDoodleBerlin by Geffen Rafaeli

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Urban Spree Gallery invites you to the vernissage of Tel Aviv based illustrator Geffen Rafaeli and her original artwork based on a concept developed from Instagram, the ‘Dailydoodlegram’.

Everyday, Geffen chooses a few elements that inspire her from pictures instagramed and hashtagged #dailydoodlegram, and then combine & recreate them into a daily Polaroid-size original illustration.

Since she started it in May 2012, her instagram account reached 30,000 followers worldwide.

With #DailyDoodleBerlin, the local hashtag of the exhibition, the project becomes local and Berlin is the first city where #dailydoodlegram will become a live experience. Geffen will draw original illustrations from the Berlin pictures as she is doing it on a global scale and through this first experience, will propose a vision of the city, a vision propelled by its inhabitants.

→ Geffen Rafaeli invites people who would like to take part of the Dailydoodlegram performance/exhibition to tag their Berlin Instagram Photos with #dailydoodleberlin

Dailydoodlegram by Geffen Rafaeli: http://instagram.com/dailydoodlegram#

Dailydoodlegram has attracted a wide press/blog coverage:

• ”I almost always look for pictures with objects rather than landscapes, something with a focus rather than a panorama. Usually I choose pictures of an object or animal or a figure that can be removed from its context.” Geffen Rafaeli in Haaretz

See  the whole interview Here

• ‘It’s the removal from context that turns these irreverent sketches into art — the way Refaeli can see possibility, magic and weirdness in even the most mundane snapshots.’ Flavorwire

See the whole article Here:

• “I take screen shots of the photos in which I find some object or situation that intrigues me and I collect them during the day. During this process, I usually start to see a link in my mind between the images, and start to build a story.” Geffen Rafaeli in InstagramBlog

See interview Here

 

Opening the 14th of September at 19:00 with the presence of the artist.

Exhibition: 14.09.13 – 20.09.13 in parallel with Ruben Brulat’s ‘Paths’

Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 – 20:00

Urban Spree Gallery / Art store section

Revaler Str. 99

12045 Berlin

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