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Street Sects / Trepaneringsritualen / Spit Mask live in Berlin

[aufnahme + wiedergabe] presents:

Street Sects (USA) live
The Flenser

Trepaneringsritualen (SWE) live

Spit Mask (US) live
[aufnahme + wiedergabe]

Urban Spree (RAW-Area)
Revaler Str. 99/Warschauer Str.
10245 Berlin

Tickets: https://aufnahmeundwiedergabe.bigcartel.com/product/street-sects-trepaneringsritualen-spit-mask-22-10-urban-spree



On Art Run

Join On for the second European edition of Art Run at Urban Spree! For one exclusive evening, use the power of On running shoes to discover the best outdoor art pieces of Berlin and get prepared for a memorable after-party with live art, live music, streetfood and drinks.

Check in and bag drop @ % Arabica Berlin Kreuzberg- 5:30 to 6:30 PM
– Enjoy your % Arabica welcome juice
– Get your special edition race bib
– Lace up a pair of On’s demo shoes
– Prepare for an incredible community experience

The Run: 6KM – 6:30PM

– Discover the specific connection of art and running with our ambassador Laurent Petit, the founder of Urban Art Run
– Discover the specific connection of art and running
– Run by the hidden gems of Berlin’s worldwide’s art pieces
– Pause to capture that selfie with new friends

After-party – 7 to 9:30PM @ Join Urban Spree Gallery
– Food and drinks on us during the whole evening!
– Surprise art-focused performance
– Explore the art exhibition from Marina Zumi at Urban Spree Gallery
– Get your exclusive and personal screen print give away
– Celebrate with live music and shake your legs to the beat

The Details
– Sign-up early; space is limited
– Not intended to be a race or an official 6KM run. Instead, plan on a casual stroll with friends!
– 1 EUR per kilometre will be donated to Active Giving

Please sign-up here: https://www.on-running.com/events/on-art-run-berlin


Meeting Point: % Arabica Berlin Kreuzberg, Reichenberger Strasse 36, 10999 Berlin, Germany

After Run Party: Urban Spree Gallery, Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin, Germany

2019 Edition of the Berlin Seafood Festival on 25th and 26th May

The 2019 Edition of the Berlin Seafood Festival returns to Urban Spree on May 25th and 26th, 2018.

Curated by Urban Spree, the Berlin Seafood Festival is a culinary meeting of raw & fresh seafood produce coupled with Berlin’s finest street seafood vendors.

Create your own plate of street seafood, savor a grilled fish on demand, discover oysters from the French West shores, special mussels dishes, chilean ceviches, a Mediterranean twist, and other natural delicacies paired with our selection of natural wines and german craft beer.

The Berlin Seafood Festival invites a selection of top-notched Berlin street cuisine vendors who will create a culinary travel experience.

Save the date!

FB Event


Urban Spree Biergarten

RAW Gelände, Friedrichshain

Saturday 25.05 + Sunday 26.05


Free Entry


Praha-Berlin Barter

In March/April 2019, Urban Spree Galerie invites Prague-based Trafo Gallery for a group show and gallery exchange.

« Praha-Berlin Barter » will take place from 28.03.2019 to 21.04.2019 and will display the works of 8 prominent Czech artists from the Trafo gallery.

Curated by Trafo Gallery Director Blanka Čermáková, the group show oscillates between contemporary urban arts (Jan Kaláb, Michal Škapa), pop surrealism (Jan Vytiska), contemporary drawing, sculpture, digital art, animation (Jakub Janovský, Michal Cimala, Jakub Nepraš), and geometric abstraction paintings (Robert Šalanda, Ira Svobodová). All artists have been involved in the old Trafacka space in Prague before its destruction and are actively involved into the new Trafo Gallery.

This group exhibition marks the first exchange between 2 independent European galleries sharing the same values and a similar history.

Trafacka was created in 2006 as a gallery and residential space located in an old power station in an industrial district of Prague.
After a couple of years, the place was occupied by more than 100 living and working artists in 36 studios, exhibiting in Trafo Gallery. More than 200 projects took place over the course of 8 years, until the place was finally destroyed in 2014. In 2016, the gallery managed to relocate in a former slaughterhouse (Vietnamese market of Prague, across the river from the historical center). Trafo Gallery was reborn with a 200 sqm gallery space and 4 artist studios. The artist-run gallery presents six exhibitions and six books per year with a focus on the new contemporary Czech art scene and the genres of street art, sculptures, abstraction painting, and digital art.

In the words of Blanka Čermáková, Director of Trafo Gallery: « One exhibition per year is a sort of barter with international projects and galleries which this year leads us to Berlin, city of art, angels and friends. Eight artists based in Prague, united with a long term bond to Trafo Gallery and our history, – Ira Svobodová, Jan Kaláb, Jakub Nepraš, Michal Cimala, Michal Škapa, Jan Vytiska, Robert Šalanda and Jakub Janovský – represent strong personalities and different art expressions. Ira Svobodová paints exact architectural compositions and builds perspective with colors and shadows, Jan Kaláb, a well known artist to Urban Spree with strong street art roots and perfect color and shapes styles, Jakub Nepraš shape sculptures as a platform for his vivid videocollages of microscopic worlds of nature and human babylons, Michal Cimala composes sculptures made often from collected material to existentialist compositions. Graffiti legend Michal Škapa works with urban scenery, apocalyptic and architecture destruction or using expressive colors when writing his crypted rune texts on canvases. Jan Vytiska is a painter of zombie romantic and surrealistic stories often based in forest neighbourhood or in postapocalyptic times. Robert Šalanda works with paper collages of abstract color shapes and transpose it to canvases where playfully upgrades new compositions with gradient colors. Last but not least Jakub Janovský is recognizable with his figurative drawings and often black and white coloring, silicon, enamel or airbrush outlines and ironic reflecting of society problems and characters.

All of these artists, whether picturing abstract motives, displaying the view of their world around or in their visions, are the subatomic particles bonding Trafo Gallery fluidum together. Without them, Trafo Gallery would never exist ».

In June 2019, Urban Spree’s artists will be hosted in Prague by Trafo Gallery.


Praha-Berlin Barter

Urban Spree Galerie

Opening: Thursday, 28.03.2019 from 19:00

Exhibition: 29.03.2019 – 21.04.2019

Tu-Su: 12:00-19:00

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

Info & Catalogue: galerie@urbanspree.com

Jan Kaláb: « Point of Space » – Berlin Book Release & Signing

Urban Spree and Jan Kaláb invite you at Urban Spree Galerie next Saturday 24.11 at 18:00 for the Berlin release of the much-awaited first published monograph of the influential Czech post-graffiti artist.

Published in November 2018 by Prague-based Trafo Gallery on the occasion of the artist’s new solo exhibition in Prague (02.11-20.12-2018), the 320-page book – edited by the artist himself with the support of critic Petr Volf and designer Jan Novák – encompasses the many different aspects of Jan Kaláb’s artistic career, from the early graffiti bombings as CAKES and POINT to his versatile works in public & indoor spaces, murals, sculptures, and paintings.

Signed copies will be available in our Berlin shop and online after the event. Please make your order on our webstore now to reserve a signed copy. All orders placed before 25.11.2018 will receive a signed copy.

In addition to the book signing event, Urban Spree Prints and Jan Kaláb release « Shine Around Blue 1118« , a very limited silkscreen print on Saturday 24.11.2018 at 18:00.

Edited by Urban Spree Prints and printed by Dolly Demoratti (Mother Drucker/Urban Spree Studio), the print is a 6-colour, 70 cm x 70 cm hand-pulled screen print, with vibrant colors and a hologram glitter layer.

The print is edited in a very limited run of 18 prints. 9 prints are reserved for the Berlin event while the remaining 9 prints are available to the subscribers of the Urban Spree newsletter (you can join our newsletter by signing in on the bottom of our homepage and by clicking on any of the sub-categories).


Jan Kaláb: Point of Space

Book Release and Signing

Saturday 24.11.2018 from 18:00

Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin

Crimer // Berlin

ListenBerlin. Handgemachte Konzerte für Berlin:


Hören & Sehen


Vorverkauf: 12,00 EUR (ink. USt, zzgl. Vorverkaufsgebühren)

Tickets im Vorverkauf:
listen.berlin: https://goo.gl/21Nwwm (print@home möglich)
Koka 36: https://goo.gl/So3Nwv

Die musikalische Selbstfindung von CRIMER startete ungewohnt fromm in einer Kirchenformation. Den Weg dorthin hat ihm das schulische Vorsingen im zarten Alter von zwölf Jahren geebnet. Da man zu der Zeit noch grosse Bewunderung für die Backstreet Boys hegte, wurde selbstverständlich ein Stück der besagten Truppe vorgetragen. Mit einer vorpubertären Performance von „I Want It That Way“ heimste der junge Alexander ein Plätzchen in der Band, welche die sonntäglichen Gottesdienste musikalisch untermalte, ein. Doch nach unzähligen Ave Marias wuchs schnell der Wunsch nach der eigenen Rockband. Darauf folgte eine Entdeckungstour, die von der obligaten Coverband bis zur klassischen Indietruppe führte.
Kontinuierlich auf der Suche nach dem eigenen Sound tüftelte CRIMER im Stillen an Beats auf Computerprogrammen und fand sich plötzlich in den Tiefen der digitalen Synthesizer gefangen. Die neuen Möglichkeiten waren selbst für ihn als Amateurmusiker von unendlicher Grösse. Schnell nahmen die Helden, die ihn als Kind begleiteten – namentlich Rick Astley oder Lionel Richie – ihren Einfluss. Doch auch die jugendlichen Emo-Jahre sind nicht spurlos am Ostschweizer vorbeigegangen und haben das Soundbild mitgeprägt, wie ein düsterer Schleier, der sich über die Melodien legt.
Ohne jemals wirklich Songs veröffentlicht zu haben, kam CRIMER schnell zu einer guten Anzahl an Liveauftritten, die er wohl grösstenteils seiner einzigartigen Performance zu verdanken hat. Diese im Pathos getränkten Tanzeinlagen waren keinesfalls vorsätzlich geplant, sondern entstanden wohl eher als Antwort auf die eingeschränkte Bühnenpräsenz als Solokünstler.
Ein Mittel also, um die Leere auf Bühnen möglichst kreativ zu füllen. Eine Art unaufhaltbare Energie, die nur in Kombination mit Musik entfesselt werden kann und sich mit viel Gefühl in die brachiale Popmusik eingliedert. Diese ansteckende, performative Bewegungsart wird zudem von CRIMERS epochaler Stimme getragen, die sich vor allem im Bereich des Bariton gewaltig ausbreitet. All das lässt das Publikum schnell vergessen, nur von einer Person bespielt zu werden.
Mit der hymnischen Single „Brotherlove“ hat CRIMER bewiesen, dass er nicht mehr alleine auf dem Parkett tanzen muss. Der Song hat sich überraschend schnell im Heimatland verbreitet und ihn zu einem der spannendsten Newcomer aus der Alpenrepublik gemacht. Das Debut-Album „Leave Me Baby“ verspricht nicht minder interessant zu werden. Die Songs kommen im schweren New Wave Gewand daher und driften immer wieder gerne in die Italo-Disco ab. Retroklänge mit einem leichten Hauch Modernität stets geleitet von CRIMERs unverwechselbarem Stimmwerk und süffigen Chorus-Gitarren. Um diese geballte Ladung Energie live entfesseln zu können, hat sich der junge Tänzer zwei Mitmusiker ins Boot geholt. So wird in Zukunft noch energischer, noch erotischer performt!
(Quelle: Grand Hotel Van Cleef)

Präsentiert von ASK HELMUTGrand Hotel van Cleef & Bedroomdisco



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