Druck Berlin Festival 2015 will be held at Urban Spree from 14.08 to 16.08.
After the Festival, the galerie will continue to display all the prints until the end of of August.
The exhibition shows print works by Banksy, Eine, Shepard Fairey, Oskar Rink, Faile, Above, Dolly Demoratti, Zevs, Blu, Bäst…, as well as the late Modern Multiples’ LA founder and master print maker Richard Duardo.
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
Opens everyday from 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
www.urbanspree.com + www.mother-drucker.com
“CPT.OLF 16-19” – The Exhibition – shows for the first time the exceptional photographs of Cpt.Olf shot during his 4-year stint as resident photographer of Paradox, Berlin’s most secretive pixação writer and urban climber.
In addition to original artworks contributed by Paradox, the show will also display Cpt.Olf’s urban exploration photographs.
“CPT.OLF 16-19” – The Book – is the companion photobook to the exhibition, published in a limited edition of 500 books.
Published for the first time, the photographs of Cpt_Olf represent a milestone in urban photography as well as a first-hand account of the gest of Paradox.
Links to purchase the book (Regular Edition or Collector Edition with a signed and numbered 15×21 cm digital c-print)
“CPT.OLF 16-19” – The Exhibition:
Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99
Opening: Friday 18.10.2019 at 19:00
18.10.2019 – 16.11.2019
Exhibition: Tu-Sa – 12:00 – 18:30
Urban Spree Prints and RAWS release a 5-colour screen print on the occasion of the first solo show of the German artist.
“Through the Slits” comes in a regular black edition of 80 prints printed in Berlin by Oliver Nerlich Siebdruck, signed and numbered by the artist. The size is 60 x 60 cm.
In addition to the regular edition, we are releasing a special hand-sprayed version. This 4-colour Special Edition has a red background and the middle slit gradient is individually sprayed by RAWS, making each print a unique variant. This run comes as an edition of 20 prints only.
You can purchase the screen print at Urban Spree Berlin during the exhibition (official launch at 19:00 on May 23rd, 2019) or order it on the Urban Spree website here for the regular edition and there for the Special Edition.
Urban Spree Prints release 2 new screen prints on the occasion of “Balance”, the solo show of the Brussels-based duo Hell’O Collective at Urban Spree Galerie.
Both prints are 4-colour, 50×70 cm, hand-pulled, and printed at Urban Spree on Somerset 300 g/sm paper by Mother Drucker in a limited edition of 35 prints.
Both prints are available in Berlin at Urban Spree and online on our webstore. The exhibition of new paintings and drawings of the belgian duo goes on until 24.06 in our galerie space.
“Keep Smiling” is a 14-colour screen print based on the most iconic photograph of the Martha Cooper exhibition “One Week With 1UP” in a limited edition of 100 hand-pulled screen prints.
This highly technical art edition was crafted by Dolly Demoratti (Mother Drucker/Urban Spree Studios) and is released for the closing of the exhibition “One Week With 1UP” at Urban Spree Galerie.
In addition to the regular “Black Smiley” print, we offer 4 variations in a very limited run of 5 prints per edition: gold, chrome, mint, and pink.
The prints are available on the Urban Spree website here.
The screen-print produced for the Opening of the exhibition – “1UP Letters” – is still available here.