”Health care for all”
A Cosmo records Night in favour of Medibüro-Kampagne Berlin
Mediburo Berlin was founded in 1996 as a self-organised non-government project. As an anti-racism initiative we have
been pursuing the goal of improving healthcare provision for illegalised* refugees and migrants in political and pragmatic
ways. As the factual exclusion of illegalised persons from the regular healthcare system is based largely on political
reasons we want to promote public awareness of this problem and call for political solutions by means of our public
relations work. None of the people involved are paid for their work on the project.
Full line-up and more infos soon
As part of Norman Behrendt‘s upcoming solo show at Urban Spree, we will receive a few copies of the Special Edition of the photobook “Burning Down the House“.
Issued in January 2015, the normal edition sold out in only a couple of months and now fetches high prices on the secondary market.
The Special Edition is limited to 30 copies, signed and numbered.
Unlike the regular U-Bahn edition, the book cover of the Special Edition is made of the original and historic S-Bahn Berlin anti-graffiti upholstery fabric and housed in a unique black slipcase signed by the graffiti writers.
The Special Edition also comes with a signed inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photorag 308g (19x19cm, paper: 21×29,7cm), 3 possible images for choice in an edition of 10, each to be chosen within the 3 portraits below:
Burning Down the House #1
Burning Down the House #2
Burning Down the House #3
The book will be available for order directly on the photographer’s website early July => http://www.burningdownthehouse.de
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 and Stohead release this Friday “Brewing Out“, a 9-colour hand-pulled screen print based on a mural painted in 2014 by the Berlin-based artist in Linz, Austria. The mural is documented in the book “The Art of Writing Your Name“.
The print is a subtle rendition of a classic Stohead handstyle, morphing into a distillation/dissolution on the bottom of the print, announcing Stohead’s current artistic direction (liquid fumes).
The 60 x 60 cm print comes in a limited Regular Edition of 50 prints, signed and numbered by the artist. In addition, Stohead will produce a Special hand-sprayed Edition, in a limited run of 10 prints.
The prints will be available this coming Friday, May 3rd, 2019, at 17:00 on the Urban Spree website and in our Berlin Shop at the same time.
The print is based on a subsequent canvas painted by the artist after he completed the wall. Mother Drucker’s master printer, Dolly Demoratti, has chosen a complex, 9-colour version, to recreate the subtleness of the motive.
9-colour hand-pulled silk screen print on Somerset 300g/sm satin archival paper
Printed by Dolly Demoratti for Urban Spree Prints
60 x 60 cm (motive 58 x 58 cm)
Regular Edition of 50 prints + 10 APs
Special Edition of 10 prints
Signed and numbered
Berlin, May 2019
On the occasion of the exhibition “Metamorphosis” at Urban Spree Galerie in Berlin, Tavar Zawacki and Urban Spree release a series of exclusive screen prints.
“Pulse” comes as a limited edition of 40 sets (1 Pulse Left + 1 Pulse Right) in a 45 x 60 cm format (18″ x 24″).
The regular edition is complimented by a very limited run of 5 large print sets, in gold and silver.
The prints are available at Urban Spree in Berlin and on the Urban Spree website here.
The photographer Emmett E. from Berlin has been documenting graffiti on S-Bahn trains in the past years.
The result is a 144 pages self-published photobook that comes in a limited edition of 250 hand-numbered copies.
There are three different book covers with the regular edition coming out with the yellow stickers that the train drivers affix to the wagons in order to signal that a wagon needs to be cleaned after some graffiti action as well as to prevent graffiti writers to take clean photo shoots of their deeds.
Alternatively, 25 copies come with a blue sticker on the cover (“Wagen nicht geheizt” / “Car not heated”) and 25 with a red one (“Tür Störung” / Door malfunctioning).
The book is available at Urban Spree in Berlin and on the webstore here but in limited quantities.