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Bisco Smith x Urban Spree: 2 new t-shirts and hoodies announced

Bisco Smith designs 2 exclusive t-shirts and hoodies for Urban Spree.

Following his Residency in Berlin earlier this year, the Brooklyn-based calligraffiti artist adds his signature handstyle to our Artist Series.

The series is limited to a run of 50 hoodies and 50 t-shirts only.

They are manually screen printed in-house at Urban Spree in Berlin.

The back motive reads “Urban Spree” in a complex, free flow handstyle which is the trademark of the American artist, while the front medallion represents a simplified version of the motive – also called “throw-up”. The black hoodies and t-shirts are printed with a gunpowder shimmering water-based grey ink.

The Urban Spree Artist Series is a limited edition of screen printed calligraphic t-shirts and hoodies in collaboration with graffiti and visual artists.

The series will be available on our website on Thursday, November 29th at 12:00 (noon) NYC time and 18:00 in Berlin.

 



SP 38 designs 2 t-shirts for Urban Spree

The Berlin-based French street artist SP 38 has designed 2 t-shirts for the Urban Spree 2017 collection.

The RED & GOLD t-shirts are limited to 25 pieces only per edition and are screen printed in-house at Urban Spree in Berlin with the iconic SP 38 hand written style. Since more than 20 years, SP 38 pastes and sticks hand-written posters on the streets of major cities.

The Urban Spree Artist Series is a limited edition of screen printed calligraphic t-shirts in collaboration with street artists who possess specific and iconic hand-writings.

Get yours in our Berlin shop or online here: http://bit.ly/2x7wGRG



Olivier Panama: Dogs & Gods

Urban Spree Galerie invites you to the opening of the 2017 gallery season with an exhibition by the French Berlin-based sculptor Olivier Panama and his fantastic ceramics bestiary.

Inspired by our egomaniac pop culture and ancestral funeral rituals, Olivier Panama glorifies in his white and golden ceramic works the remain of celebrities with his particular sense of humor. His previous piece Brad and Angelina a Timeless Tales is a pair of oversized ceramic skeletons tribute to the It-couple and still life. Taking away with art history, Olivier Panama reveals unexpected details such as plastic surgery or jewellery and questions the vanishing of our vanity.

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Evoking the curiosity cabinet of the 18th century taxidermist Fragonard as much as Madame Tussaud, DOGS & GODS exalts in detail the most fashionable accessories of all times, the celebrities’ pets! From the Egyptian god of the death Anubis to Paris Hilton’s companion Tinkerbell, the exhibition interprets an extravagant vision of the afterlife filled with lush costumes and golden smile.

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Conceived in collaboration with the rising fashion designer Tata Christiane, this installation opposes the dead animals with lively clothes in a surprising fusion where the baroque aesthetics flirts with a biting Bling Bling. Filling the object with symbols, the gift shop at the core of the exhibition will present a selection of relics made by Tata Christiane and Gold Berlin Design to cross the Styx in style.

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The animalistic figures are the guardians of a fantastic and ironic tombstone where life is magnified by materiality and gold is immortality.

DOGS & GODS will also mark the re-opening of the Urban Spree Shop for 2017. The Urban Spree Bookshop is located in the gallery and displays a hand-picked, organic selection of street art, graffiti and photography books whose common thread is a vision of cities, post-industrial & decayed spaces. The shop includes a large selection of screen prints made by local & international street artists, as well as locally-designed and produced screen printed T-Shirts.

Sound design by Pierre Hugues Hadacek et X-Ray cake by Ma Pâtissière.

 

Vernissage: 10/02/2017 from 18:00

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Exhibition: 10/02 to 16/02 except Monday

Opening Hours: 12:00 – 18:30

Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin



Urban Spree Galerie presents Justin Person’s “Pink Show”

Justin Person is displaying a series of new paintings and drawings in the Galerie’s “Ecke” for 2 weeks.

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Having pasted up numerous posters in Berlin in the last decade from his ubiquitous series with the masked personae, Justin Person is now coming back to the Hauptstadt with a mix of masked/unmasked characters and new compositions.

The artist is also producing a special series of screen printed t-shirts, screen prints, and different home made goodies specially for the Pink Show, available at the Opening.

 

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Opening: Thursday, July 7th, 2016 at 19:00

Exhibition: From July 8th to July 17th

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Justin Person: Pink Show

Urban Spree Galerie presents “Pink Show”, a solo show in the Galerie Ecke by French artist Justin Person.

Now based in France, former Berlin-based artist Justin Person is displaying a series of new paintings, drawings, and objects for 2 weeks. Having pasted up numerous posters in Berlin in the last decade from his ubiquitous series with the masked personae, Justin Person is now coming back to the Hauptstadt with a mix of masked/unmasked characters and new compositions.

birdhead the chopThe artist is also producing a special series of screen printed t-shirts, screen prints, and different home made goodies specially for the Pink Show.

 

 

Urban Spree Galerie (Ecke)

Opening: Thursday, July 7th, 2016 at 19:00

Exhibition: From July 8th to July 17th

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www.justinperson.com



Urban Spree Store in Berlin

The Urban Spree Bookshop is located in the gallery and displays a hand-picked, organic selection of street art, graffiti and photography books whose common thread is a vision of cities, post-industrial & decayed spaces. The shop includes a large selection of screen prints made by local & international street artists that we personally know. The Print Shop also offers an array of locally-designed and produced screen printed T-Shirts.

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The Urban Spree art store is located at the corner of Warschauer Str. and Revaler Str. and is open everyday except Monday from 12:00 to 19:00.