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Ana Curra (Páralisis Permanente-Set) + Kadeadkas live in Berlin

Cold Beat Berlin proudly presents:

SAMSTAG, 9. NOVEMBER 2019 // SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th 2019

Ana Curra
Exclusive Germany live debut!

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Ana Curra tritt erstmalig (!) in Deutschland / Berlin auf und wird unter anderem ein beeindruckendes Páralisis Permanente-Set spielen.

Sie ist DIE Legende des spanischen Post-Punk und hat einen großartigen Backkatalog, der Generationen von spanischen Musikern beeinflusst hat.

Letztendlich und völlig berechtigt steht sie in der Tradition und Rangordnung von Siouxsie Sioux, Eva O., Lene Lovich und Nina Hagen, und hat eine Bühnenpräsenz die ihresgleichen sucht.

Eine der wenigen seltenen Möglichkeiten diese unbändige Power live zu erleben und in den spanischen Post-Punk einzutauchen.

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Ana Curra performs live for the very first time (!) in Germany/Berlin, and will play an impressive Páralisis Permanente set and other classics, too.

She is THE legend of Spanish Post-Punk and has a great back catalogue that has influenced generations of Spanish musicians.

Ultimately and fully entitled,she is in the tradition and ranking of Siouxsie Sioux, Eva O., Lene Lovich and Nina Hagen, and has a stage presence that is second to none.

One of the extremely rare occasions to experience this irrepressible power live and immerse yourself in Spanish Post-Punk.

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Special Guests:
Kadeadkas
(Post-Punk / Germany)

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Aftershow:
DJ Woodraf (Return To The Batcave)
DJ Marco Kirste (ICECAVE)
DJ Jakob (Cold Beat Berlin, Ex-Strobelight Records)

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Tickets:
VVK / Presale: 18 Euro (via KOKA36)
AK / At the door: TBA
AK / At the door (party only, after the gigs): TBA

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

www.urbanspree.com
www.facebook.com/urbanspree

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Marina Zumi: Techno Poetry

Urban Spree Galerie is proud to invite the Argentinian street, light and visual artist Marina Zumi for her first solo show with Urban Spree Galerie. The exhibition’s Opening on September 12th coincides with the closing ceremony of the Berlin UrbanArtWeek.

On this occasion, the Berlin-based artist will create an ambitious presentation of new works on canvas in the gallery space as well as a special immersive light installation in our newly created dark room. Last but not the least, Marina will paint the Urban Spree Artist Wall.

 

There´s no light without shadows – always in pairs, always in conflict and often deceptive.
In her work Zumi lives the apparent polarity of the two worlds. The refraction of her crystals, the world of the Shadowen just before the sunrise and her technocratic light installations, address the duel between progress and poetry.

“Techno Poetry” is a snapshot of this artistic balancing act. Marina Zumi can not be an artist without becoming a mathematician. In her creation, technology is much more of a continuation than an exclusion of the poetic.
Thus works have been created that are hermaphrodites between the two poles, seemingly from another lifetime.
Denis Leo Hegic

 

Marina Zumi
“Techno Poetry”

Urban Spree Galerie
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin

Vernissage: Thursday, September 12th, 2019 from 19:00

Exhibition; 12.09.2019 – 06-10-2019

Tu-Su 12:00-19:00

Infos & Catalogue: pascal@urbanspree.com



“Here Comes the Bad News”: New Solo Show with Jim Avignon

Jim Avignon returns to Urban Spree Galerie for his second solo show “Here Comes the Bad News”, 2 years after « Permanent Jetlag ».

In his only exhibition in Berlin for the year 2019, Jim Avignon describes the mood in the world and in Berlin in particular with his usual wit.

Gentrification, Global Warming, Surveillance Capitalism, Alt Right… here comes indeed the bad news. His paintings are a mash-up of cartoony figuration, expressionistic composition, – a maximum of expression with a minimum of lines.

Jim Avignon is a painter, illustrator and conceptual artist. Always ready to confront the establishment he is torn between pop art, street art, Picasso on acid or simply being the fastest painter in the world. His signature style consists of vivid colours, a biting humor, unpretentious materials and a mind numbing output. His art works like pop music in DIY mode.

According to the legend, the artist became stranded in the Provence city of Avignon at some point in the ’80s when his car unexpectedly broke down. He resorted to painting Dali images onto pavements, gradually raising money to repair his car. The name stayed.

In the early 90s, he became an ubiquitous painter of the techno movement, designing makeshift clubs and Love Parade trucks.

By creating a colorful flood of affordable, rapidly-produced works, Jim disrupts the well-oiled art market and pervades it with black humor and self-irony. Avignon’s images caricature the modus operandi of the art market and are also aimed at people who are bored or deterred by the gold-framed aura of so-called high art. “Good Artists Go To The Museum, Bad Artists Go Everywhere”.

 

Jim Avignon

“Here Comes the Bad News”

Solo Show at Urban Spree Galerie

Vernissage: Friday, August 09th, 2019

Exhibition: 09.08.2019 – 08.09.2019

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

Info and catalogue: pascal@urbanspree.com



Jim Avignon: Here Comes the Bad News

Jim Avignon returns to Urban Spree Galerie for his second solo show “Here Comes the Bad News”, 2 years after « Permanent Jetlag ».

In his only exhibition in Berlin for the year 2019, Jim Avignon describes the mood in the world and in Berlin in particular with his usual wit.

Gentrification, Global Warming, Surveillance Capitalism, Alt Right… here comes indeed the bad news. His paintings are a mash-up of cartoony figuration, expressionistic composition, – a maximum of expression with a minimum of lines.

 

Jim Avignon is a painter, illustrator and conceptual artist. Always ready to confront the establishment he is torn between pop art, street art, Picasso on acid or simply being the fastest painter in the world. His signature style consists of vivid colours, a biting humor, unpretentious materials and a mind numbing output. His art works like pop music in DIY mode.

According to the legend, the artist became stranded in the Provence city of Avignon at some point in the ’80s when his car unexpectedly broke down. He resorted to painting Dali images onto pavements, gradually raising money to repair his car. The name stayed.

In the early 90s, he became an ubiquitous painter of the techno movement, designing makeshift clubs and Love Parade trucks.

By creating a colorful flood of affordable, rapidly-produced works, Jim disrupts the well-oiled art market and pervades it with black humor and self-irony. Avignon’s images caricature the modus operandi of the art market and are also aimed at people who are bored or deterred by the gold-framed aura of so-called high art. “Good Artists Go To The Museum, Bad Artists Go Everywhere”.

 

Jim Avignon

“Here Comes the Bad News”

Solo Show at Urban Spree Galerie

Vernissage: Friday, August 09th, 2019

Exhibition: 09.08.2019 – 08.09.2019

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

Info and catalogue: pascal@urbanspree.com



Igor Revelis/Klone: The be(Longing)

Urban Spree Galerie presents “The be(Longing)”, the 3rd solo exhibition of Tel-Aviv based artist Igor Revelis a.k.a. Klone with Urban Spree Galerie.

After a decade exploring the medium of paper, “The be(Longing)” marks the return of the artist to the medium of canvas. Bringing his spray can technique of shadows and gradients to perfection, Klone paints monochrome compositions where the matter of the canvas blends into geometric shapes and abstract landscapes.

“The be(Longing) is an investigation of hybrid identity, a portal into a parallel realm tucked away from the increasingly globalized and visually homologized world. Set against the backdrop of dark gallery walls, restless portraits and landscapes can be peered at, stripped of all contextual clues, the painful human relation between object-subject tugs at the primal root of abstraction. There are no nouns in this landscape, everything is a verb, the gaze is an action.” Mika Bar-On Nesher

A few signed copies of the latest artist’s monograph – “FEWMOMENTSAGOIWASHERE”,  looking over the last 8 years of exhibitions, mural projects, installation, and animations, will be available at the opening.

Klone (b.1983) is an Ukrianian-born, Tel-Aviv based street artist, a pioneer of graffiti in Israel and a visual artist

 

The be(Longing)

Solo Exhibition by Igor Revelis / Klone

Urban Spree Galerie

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

Opening: Friday, July 5th, 2019 from 19:00
Exhibition from 05.07 to 04.08
Tu-Su: 12:00 – 19:00

Info and catalogue: galerie@urbanspree.com

https://www.kloneyourself.com

https://www.instagram.com/kloneyourself

 



Jonni Cheatwood: Tyger Tyger

Urban Spree Galerie presents “Tyger Tyger“, the first solo show in Germany of the Los Angeles based visual artist Jonni Cheatwood and only his second in Europe.


URBAN SPREE STUDIO, JUNE 2019

The American artist (b. 1986 in Thousand Oaks, California), spent a month at Urban Spree in Berlin as an Artist-in-Residence to create 11 large format artworks that are exhibited in the galerie from July 5th, 2019 to August 4th, 2019.

Jonni Cheatwood incorporates found fabrics into his canvases, which he himself cuts and saws, in order to create variations, a sense of appropriation and move away from the uniform surface of the canvas. Acting as time and identity markers, some fabrics have geometric patterns whereas some others are figurative or overly pop. The Residency enabled Jonni to source local fabrics, found in the Turkish market or in the street. Once the patchwork is assembled, Cheatwood paints blocks and shapes of colors on it, adding multiple layers of paint and agglomerating texture, freely outlining shapes to convey dynamism, movement and balance.

Jonni Cheatwood is an abstract painter whose work is about balance, shape and color and who can be related to the “Figuration narrative” movement. Here, Roy Lichtenstein makes an appearance in most canvases of the series as a reference and a cultural bridge as some fabrics sourced in Berlin include some embroidered stories derived from the American painter.

Jonni’s work is also close to the post-graffiti movement as we can also view his color shapes and black outlines as deconstructed graffiti.

Overall, his work is very dynamic, balanced and superbly colorful, while creating multiple layered & complex identities.

“Tyger Tyger burning bright, 
In the forests of the night: 
What immortal hand or eye,
Dare frame thy fearful symmetry?”

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Latest exhibitions: 

2019

Tyger Tyger | Urban Spree | Berlin, Germany

That’s Dallas Baby | Artual Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon

2018

Dressed Up For the Letdown | Over the Influence, Hong Kong

She’s Heavy on the Razzmatazz | MAKASIINI CONTEMPORARY, Turku, Finland

Volta Show, BEERS London, New York NY, USA

Same Hero, New Boots | TW FINE ART, Brisbane, Australia

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Jonni Cheatwood
“Tyger Tyger”

Solo Show at Urban Spree Galerie

Opening: Friday, July 5th, 2019 from 19:00
Exhibition from 05.07 to 04.08
Tu-Su: 12:00 – 19:00

Info and catalogue: galerie@urbanspree.com

https://www.jonnicheatwood.com

https://www.instagram.com/jonni_cheatwood/`

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