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Tomasz Kobialka: Monster Trucks and Fireworks

Galerie KLOT and Urban Spree present the second exhibition in the Artist Curated Section of Urban Spree, a space run by resident artists and focused on emerging visual artists.

Monster trucks and Fireworks
Over the past 50 years women have struggled to confront and transcend the way they where defined as women, and now it is time for men to do the same. Misogyny and chauvinism are not acceptable cultural ideas or practices – but can the macho-bullshit be striped away and redefined, or as Western men are we stuck with it? This show is a exploration of male identity – a look into what it means to be a male, to define yourself as masculine but to step away from the normative characteristics associated with men. Can we get beyond the violence, fast cars and cheap sex and express a new masculinity?
A series of oil paintings and drawings by Tomasz Kobialka.

Tomasz Kobialka is a Polish born Australian painter, presently living and working in Berlin.



Daniel T. Geiger: "Alles braucht seine Zeit"

Daniel T. Geiger (http://mongomania.tumblr.com/) komponiert und arrangiert Malerei und Schriftgrafik mit gefunden Gegenständen zu collagenhaften Gesamtinstallationen.

ZEIT_FLYER_A5-01-01Diese Sammlungen zeigen deutlich die Herkunft des Künstlers, der in den späten 1990ern die Graffiti- und Streetartkultur für sich entdeckte und mit seinen Sammlungen von Bildern, Objekten und Zitaten seine Umwelt kommentiert.

Zur Ausstellung “Alles braucht seine Zeit” in der Urban Spree Galerie – upstairs, darf sich ganz in Ruhe mit seiner Arbeit beschäftigt werden. Geiger baut einen Ausstellungsraum, im Raum, der jeweils nur durch eine Person betreten werden darf. Alle 15 Minuten kann ein_e neue_r Besucher_in eintreten.

“NUR 15 Minuten rein raus. ZZSCH. SCHLRF.. SCHWFL. Du kommst und gehst. Der Raum im Raum und die ZEIT die es dort zu verbringen gibt sind 15 also 1 für jeden. Wie das Aussieht muss man sich selbst vorstellen können oder anschauen kommen. Es gibt was zu sehen und zu sagen. Wirst Du es wagen..? nur für den Reim.”

“Alles brauch seine Zeit” is the 4th in the series of Urban Spree Artist Curated Shows after Sophia HirschTomasz Kobialka, and Frank Dyballa.

The exhibition is curated by Urban Spree resident artist Johannes Mundinger.

Eröffnung 17. Januar 2014 ab 20 Uhr
Ausstellung 18./19. Januar 14-19 Uhr
Urban Spree Gallery upstairs
Revaler Str 99, Berlin (Revaler x Warschauer)

VERLÄNGERUNG: Ausstellung 18./26. Januar 14-23 Uhr

 



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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Frank Dyballa: “Intra Muros/Extra Muros”

frankflyerIn the exhibition entitled “Intra Muros/Extra Muros”, Frank Dyballa shows two series in different styles, depicting rooms and landscapes, that developed simultaneously as a sort of a response to each other. His figurative and abstract paintings trace images of home, shelter, adventure and explore its ambiguities. His work is not so much about categorizing in either abstraction or figuration, but more what mood sceneries trigger within a visual language. There is something odd about these sceneries: deserted interiors and remote Caribbean resorts fluctuate between search of traces and decampment. 

Frank Dyballa is a visual artist living and working in Berlin.

“Intra Muros/Extra Muros” is the third in the series of Urban Spree Artist Curated Shows after Sophia Hirsch and Tomasz Kobialka.

The exhibition is curated by Urban Spree resident artist Andrea Wan. 

Vernissage on June 5th, 2013 from 19:00. Exhibition June 6th to June 16th, 2013. Thu-Sun



Frank Dyballa: Intra Muros / Extra Muros

beach In the exhibition entitled “Intra Muros/Extra Muros”, Frank Dyballa shows two series in different styles, depicting rooms and landscapes, that developed simultaneously as a sort of a response to each other. His figurative and abstract paintings trace images of home, shelter, adventure and explore its ambiguities. His work is not so much about categorizing in either abstraction or figuration, but more what mood sceneries trigger within a visual language. There is something odd about these sceneries: deserted interiors and remote Caribbean resorts fluctuate between search of traces and decampment. 

Frank Dyballa is a visual artist living and working in Berlin.

“Intra Muros/Extra Muros” is the third in the series of Urban Spree Artist Curated Shows after Sophia Hirsch and Tomasz Kobialka.

The exhibition is curated by Urban Spree resident artist Andrea Wan. 

June 5th, 2013 to June 16th, 2013. Thu-Sun

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