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NO GALLERY – NO STREET ART

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KLUB7 X LE BOCAL 

In Spring 2013, LE BOCAL hosted KLUB7 art collective in Lyon. Strong links were forged between both crews and the idea of carrying the work elaborated together naturally popped up. In order to experiment together and push further the graphic exchanges, both collectives came up with the idea of setting a second meeting, on KLUB7’s ground in Berlin.

For their two forthcoming shows @ URBAN SPREE, they don’t choose a gallery to show that, what is no street art. They invite you to a mix of drawings, illustrations, music, drinks and a family-like come2gether.
One event is an live art performance – integrated into the concert of MIRAMODE ORCHESTRA. The second show is an exhibition focused on the graphic interactions between KLUB7 and LE BOCAL.

1. KLUB7 X LE BOCAL X MIRAMODE ORCHESTRA

Concert: MIRAMODE ORCHESTRA // + large string ensemble + live art performance by KLUB7 x LE BOCAL
The Mira Mode band counts twelve musicians; three brass-, five strings players and an entire rhythm section. Together they introduce an urban mix of genre spanning acoustic sound. Electronic influences are clearly audible, yet jazz, pop, funk and hiphop based grooves provide the breeding ground on which the spaciously arranged Songs of Mira Mode unfold.

4.10.2013, 09:00 pm


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Tickets: http://www.koka36.de/miramode%20orchestra_veranstaltung_56147.html

After the concert we recommend another cool event in the same location:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1380170522215214/?fref=ts

2. KLUB7 X LE BOCAL

Vernissage NO GALLERY – NO STREET ART
An exhibition by the german and french artist collectives KLUB7 & LE BOCAL.

Both collectives work on drawings and artistic illustrations, yet using very different medias, and showing different graphic identities. They use drawing as a writing, and text as a graphic element. There is always a narrative content under the surface of their graphics, created by the juxtaposition of their styles. Despite or because of these differences, their work blends very consistently.

09.10.2013, 07:00 pm, free entry

DJ-sets: Efalive of the Jazoburbs & Lupo aka Conrad Ostwald
http://www.mixcloud.com/conradostwald/
https://soundcloud.com/efalive

About LE BOCAL:
LE BOCAL is a gallery and a studio space in Lyon in France, which hosts Lucie Albon, Delphine Perret, Tian and Matthieu Perret, authors and illustrators for publishing and press. Their work is mainly about narrative forms, either as images, illustrated books or comics.
www.lebocal.org

About KLUB7:
KLUB7 is an Berlin-based artist collective developing their own trademark. The style ranging from illustration to typography and from handcrafted to editorial. KLUB7 creates murals and illustrations in a collaborative group performance, always interacting with each other’s skills.
www.klub7.de

About MIRAMODE ORCHESTRA
Mira Mode is an emerging collective of young musicians teaming with the Berlin based saxophonist and music composer Ede Merkel. The Mira Mode band counts twelve musicians; three brass-, five strings players and an entire rhythm section. Together they introduce an urban mix of genre spanning acoustic sound. Electronic influences are clearly audible, yet jazz, pop, funk and hiphop based grooves provide the breeding ground on which the spaciously arranged Songs of Mira Mode unfold. In various concerts, Miramode has featured a variety of vocalists from the Berlin scene.
www.miramode.de

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(Un)Sanctioned, The Art on New York Streets: Book Signing

Brooklyn-based photographer Luna Park will be in the Urban Spree Bookshop on Saturday, August 5th to discuss and sign her latest book “(Un)sanctioned“.

The Book Signing will take place from 18:00 to 20:00.

Subtitled “The Art on New York Streets, the book is the culmination of a decade of obsessively keeping up with NYC graffiti and street art, a time period which saw a seismic shift in the public perception and acceptance of the artform.

Katherine “Luna Park” Lorimer is a graffiti and street art photographer, curator and librarian, passionate about documenting urban artforms and supportive of all creative endeavors to redefine public space. She has presented her observations on street art at the Brooklyn Museum, New York Public Library and guest lectured for the History & Emergence of Street Art & Graffiti course at Long Island University. Her photographs have been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

For those who can’t attend the event, you can order a signed copy on the Urban Spree website here.



Märry Kristmas Kino – Street Food | Cinema | Art & Design Market

Märry Kristmas Kino – Street Food | Cinema | Art & Design Market 
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Mobile Kino invites you to join some of Berlin’s favourite food trucks, designers and artists as we celebrate the Christmas season together. Enjoy a mug of Glühwein while roaming through the design market. Or grab yourself some popcorn and catch one of our Christmas classics on a big screen.Mobile Kino & Urban Spree present a full Christmas market with three areas including an indoor 100 seat cinema, an art and design corner, and a winter garden filled with food trucks, heaters, bonfires and lighting displays.| Märry Kristmas Kino |

Thursday December 10th – Saturday December 12th, 2015 @ Urban Spree

Market Opening Times
10.12 Thursday 17.00 – 24.00
11.12 Friday 17.00 – 24.00
12.12 Saturday 12.00 – 01.00

Market: Entry by donation
Cinema Tickets: 5€ / screening

| Märry Kristmas Kino – Programme |

Home Alone
Thursday 10th of December – 20:00
Friday 11th of December – 18:00
Saturday 12th of December – 16:00, 20:00

Kevin – Allein zu Haus
Saturday 12th of December – 12:00

Gremlins
Friday 11th of December – 21:45
Saturday 12th of December – 18:00

Scrooged
Friday 11th of December – 20:00
Saturday 12th of December – 21:45

Bad Santa
Thursday 10th of December – 18:00

The Nightmare Before Christmas
Saturday 12th of December – 14:00

Batman Returns
Thursday 11th of December – 21:45

| Street Food |

Bunsmobile
PIC NIC 34
Born Again Chicken
Tartatata
La Cuina Gourmet Food
Maria Maria Arepas
Chutnify
TATAS
Bourbon Dogs
Orlando – Sicilian Food of Happiness

| Art & Design Market |

Urban Spree – Art & Design Shop
Serigraffeur
Aufschnitt
Schwesterherz & Küchenliebe
Crazy Bastard Sauce
Moonkid
The Missing Button
Pink Cadillac

 

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Open Air Screening of 'Everybody Street' with a photographic installation by Martha Cooper

10568799_829139180443138_3864849568536326862_nOn Friday August 15th 2014, Urban SpreeUrban NationMobile Kino & W – Doubleyou team up to bring you an exceptional event with the open air projection of Everybody Street, a fascinating documentary on New York City street photography featuring some of Urban Spree’s all-time favorite photographers such as Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Joel Meyerowitz, and legendary graffiti & hip hop photographer Martha Cooper.

If you are familiar with the Urban Spree bookstore concept, you know that our hand-picked selection of photobooks is all about street photography, postindustrial sites, urban decay, street art and the underground… So, when Mobile Kino came with the idea of an outdoor screening of this great documentary about NYC street photographers, we were thrilled with the idea, mostly that the film happily blends the genre between street photography in its documentary/classical way with the street art/graffiti scene.

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Both the film director –Cheryl Dunn, and Martha Cooper will be exceptionally present for the screening and thereafter.

Cheryl Dunn, who has been documenting the streets of NYC for over two decades, will address the audience through a Q&A session.

1300 images of Martha Cooper will be projected on different screens in a unique gallery installation.

Martha Cooper’s pioneering book (co-authored with Henry Chalfant), ‘Subway Art’, will be available in the bookshop.

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Urban Spree Gallery // Doors 20:00 // Film starts 21:30

Interview with Cheryl Dunnhttp://www.dazeddigital.com/photography/article/16732/1/cheryl-dunn-everybody-street