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Pinhole Photography Workshop

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For more info and subscriptions write at
pinhocchio@laurafiorio.com

After the great success of the pinhole photography exhibition, we are organising a second edition of the workshop

fun
self production
recycling.

Everyone can discover how photography really works, with no need to buy a camera, but just trying to build an own self-made d-i-y camera with recycled material.

Building and playing with the principles of photography helps out understanding them.
Creating something unique and personalized in the era of digital and reproduction helps to just stop and think about the meaning of photography itself.

Participants will construct cameras, go outside, shoot, and learn how to develop and fix in the darkroom.

The pictures taken during the workshop will be displayed in Urban Spree Gallery during the following week, giving exposure to the photographers participating.

Every participant will receive all the material needed to participate in the workshop, and all the material for the darkroom:

– Materials for the construction of the cameras
– Photographic paper
– Acids for the darkroom
– Darkroom tools
– Analogue lightmeter
– Paint and painting tools

Program of the workshop

10.00 – 11:00: Presentation and introduction to pinhole photography
11:00 – 13:00: Build your own camera!
13:00 – 13:40: Lunch break
13:40 – 14:00: Introduction to the darkroom
14:00 – 18:00: Photography sessions and development in the darkroom
18:00 – 19:00: How to get positive images out of paper negatives

The inscriptions fee of the workshop is 95 € including all materials.
The workshop will take place with a minimum of 6 participants, if the minimum number won’t be reached, the workshop will be postponed.

The participant number is limited to 10, so keep in touch to reserve your place

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Pinhole Photography Workshop (Lochkamera)

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The workshop with Laura Fiorio is based on fun, self production and recycling.

Everyone can discover how photography really works, with no need to buy a camera, but just trying to build your own DIY camera with recycled material. Why? Because building and playing with the principles of photography helps out understanding them.

Creating something unique and personalized in the era of digital and reproduction helps to just stop and think about the meaning of photography itself. Participants will construct cameras, go outside, shoot, and learn how to develop and fix in the darkroom.

The pictures taken during the workshop will be displayed in Urban Spree Galerie after the workshop.

Every participant will receive all the material needed to participate in the workshop, and all the material for the darkroom:

– Materials for the construction of the cameras
– Photographic paper
– Acids for the darkroom
– Darkroom tools
– Analogue lightmeter
– Paint and painting tools
.

The fee for the workshop is 95 € including all materials.

 

Program of the workshop

10.00 – 11:00: Presentation and introduction to pinhole photography
11:00 – 13:00: Build your own camera!
13:00 – 13:40: Lunch break
13:40 – 14:00: Introduction to the darkroom
14:00 – 18:00: Photography sessions and development in the darkroom
18:00 – 19:00: How to get positive images out of paper negatives
.

 Sign up: Please write to pinhocchio@laurafiorio.com

Laura Fiorio is an italian photographer working with architecture and fashion photography, video and lighting. Her photographic research focuses primarily on the issues of the city and landscape as places in transformation, with an experimental research dedicated to pinhole. She lives and works in Berlin.

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Workshop : Recycled Masks

Recyled Masks

Be ready for Carnival, create your own mask with recycled material!

We will start with a mirror, a sheet of paper and a pencil; next you are
free to select your own choice of materials from a mishmash of recycled and found objects that have the chance to “be reborn” in a new life.
It’s up to you to find the items that you think fit your face and/or
personality best, or the ones that hide your real being, in order to
transform yourself into a new creature.

Save from the bin 3 useless object and bring them with you, bring your fantasy too, we’ll provide for the rest of materials and tools.

http://ambrarosedorne.tumblr.com/workshop
http://ambrarosedorne.tumblr.com/masks

Contact: ambares@hotmail.it

14.00 – 20.30  (17.00 cookies & tee break)
adults 20€ – kids 15€

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All In A Day's Work 2 | DIY & Craft Workshops "Make Your Own Xmas Gift"

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Druck Berlin is very excited to announce that due to the success of the first edition of « All in a Day’s Work » in October, they will be throwing another Workshop Day at Urban Spree, on Sat Dec 13 – just in time for Christmas!

5400802With over 25 professional artists & makers giving interesting & unusual workshops, you are sure to find something to pique your interest – and to make the perfect gifts for your loved ones!

Join us from 12:00 and spend the day learning exciting new skills:

Plaster Casting – Hand Stamped & Waxed Paper Making – Color Kite Making – Palette Carpentry – Brooklyn Style Up-Cycling – Screen Printing – Tattooing – 3D-Printing – Pendant Jewelry Making – Make a Heart out of Brass or Copper – T-Shirt Screen Printing –  Paint a Mug – Polaroid Transfer – Leather Wrap Around Cuff – Crochet A Bow Or Make a Necklace – Flip Book – Upcycled Dreamcatcher – Create Melt and Pour X-MAS Soaps…

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Mode 2 x Urban Spree: « Straight Outta Lockdown » HPM prints to be released

“Straight outta Lockdown / The Freedom Prints” is a series of vintage Mode 2 prints (from the mid 2000s to the early 2010s), hand-painted or hand-sprayed in 2020, and re-numbered in very limited runs.

We inaugurate this summer with a series of print releases from the Berlin-based graffiti “legend” (he HATES that term!) Mode 2.

Published originally by Pictures on Walls, Lazarides, MHI or Sergeant Paper, most prints sold out quickly, some runs were never released, and the artist recently came across much of these print archives that had been stashed away years ago; some from his personal quota and the rest returned by the publishers.

The idea came to release them again, though not without hand-finishing each series; even the ones that had already been through this process.
Each print has therefore been custom-painted by Mode 2, to embellish the works with matching Belton spray colors or acrylic paint. Those HPMs have been re-numbered to create a new edition, with added aesthetic value and a marked difference from the original release.


The first print of the series is called “Sofa Spank”, originally released in 2010

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“Sofa Spank” Part of the “Straight Outta Lockdown; the Freedom prints” series. Vintage 3-colour silkscreen print; customised and renumbered as an edition of 20. . When the pandemic hit us all, and our plans were either postponed or cancelled; I realised that I should hold back with originals, looking back into my archives, to see what hidden gems had been stashed away for years. I had reclaimed many of my prints back years ago, knowing that I would re-release them at a later date; transforming them into something a little special, to completely differentiate them from the original releases. . “Sofa Spank” was a double-page drawing in an old A3 sketchbook, from early 2004; a nudge and a wink of sorts to the kind of games that consenting adults get up to in private. I have been attracted to erotica probably since seeing the “Abraxas” cover from Santana as a child, or been exposed to @heavymetal comics maybe a little TOO early. In all my public work though, I have always tried not to cross that line separating sensuality or erotica on one side, from vulgarity and sexism on the other. . In other words, and given the tensions created by the lockdown, this image is more to do with the rediscovered intimacy during prolonged periods of time spent with one's partner, than any kind of allusion to domestic violence; apparently on the rise these past months. . Looking through the chronology of images, “Sofa Spank” was redrawn then made as a pastel drawing on wallpaper for my “A Matter Of Taste” show at the Dragon Bar, late October 2004, as well on 70cm X 100cm heavy card, for “Santa's Ghetto” on Charing Cross Road the following December. No idea WHAT happened to ANY of these pieces! . The drawing was made into a print for my 2010 WeSC show at Galerie Issue in Paris, as one of four erotic print editions, which I withdrew after having sold a third of the run. . I spent some days mid-June customising this and two other prints, with spray-paint supplied by @legacybln ; transforming “Sofa Spank” into a special limited edition that will go on sale via @urban_spree VERY soon… . #mode2official #mode2 #sofaspank #vintageprints #handfinished #erotica #urbanspree

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The first series of 3 HPM prints will be available on Thursday, July 9th, at 18:00 CET on the Urban Spree online shop and in the galerie in Berlin.

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Mode 2

« Sofa Spank »

3-colour screen print on archival paper

Originally printed in 2010 by Sergeant Paper

Hand-sprayed with 3 spray colours in 2020

56 x 76 cm

Edition of 20

Signed and re-numbered 1-20



WALLS

For their first show of 2020, Urban Spree Galerie presents « WALLS », a collective exhibition featuring 30 international artists and dedicated to the notion of the « wall ». 

Curated by Fabrice Douar and Cyrille Gouyette (Le Louvre Museum, Paris) and co-curated by Pascal Feucher (Urban Spree Galerie, Berlin), « WALLS » invites prominent artists from both the comics scene and the street art scene to create graphic works of fiction related to walls, interpreted either as simple architectural elements, ominous symbols of segregation, canvases and vessels to convey meaning, textures, or imaginary playgrounds and labyrinths. 

Fragment of an antique wall, Pompeii. Courtesy Galerie David Ghezelbash

 

While some antique artefacts appear in the show to testify of their immortal, silent presence, in the 21st Century, the Minotaur doesn’t wait at the center of his realm but has clearly moved outside, demultiplied its presence, and is building more walls.

The exhibition’s direction is therefore resolutely multifaceted, contemporary and graphic-oriented, spanning several topographies (Europe, South Korea, Middle East, Hong Kong, Cuba…), and art forms (painting, photography, installations, videos). 

Levalet: « Voie de contournement », China ink on paper, 70x100cm, 2019

30 Artists: Alias, Andreas, Jim Avignon, Bault, Enki Bilal, Broken Fingaz Crew, Isaac Cordal (installation), Hendrik Czakainski, Christian Durieux, Philippe Écharoux (mapping installation), EVOL, Jean Faucheur, Flix, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, Miles Hyman, Kim Jung Gi, Levalet, Stéphane Levallois, Loustal, Marc-Antoine Mathieu, Mode2, Alexandra Novosseloff, Ernest Pignon-Ernest, Michal Škapa, Pen So, Thom Thom, Sam Tse, Santiago Valenzuela, Lars Wunderlich, Zevs.

 

Enki Bilal. Excerpt from the Portfolio « Die Mauer Berlin », Futuropolis 1982

 

In cooperation with Galerie David Ghezelbash, Galerie Huberty & Breyne, and Galerie Lelong & Co.

 

WALLS

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

Vernissage: Friday, January 17th, 2019 from 18:30

Exhibition: 17.01.2019 – 29.02.2019

Wed – Sat –  12:00-18:30 or by appointment

info and catalogue: galerie@urbanspree.com

To download the Press Kit: https://www.urbanspree.com/press/