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'To The Past' by eminent and prolific Japanese Photographer Araki Nobuyoshi is an exceptional book published by Little Big Man in the US in 2012. Urban Spree is the only officlal stockist in Berlin for Little Big Man.
Factories for mining, carving, and refining of stones and minerals are structures from the “Stone Age” of industrialization. Finding them all over the world, Bernd and Hilla Becher documented them in their signature style, leading us back to the times when physical labor developed from a craft into organized manufacturing.
Edward Burtynsky Quarries traces the artist’s in-depth exploration of landscape as transformed by industry.
Since Damo Suzuki decided not to do studio work but rather perform with his Network, there are no recordings available anymore. Therefore, the performance of Damo Suzuki can only be apprehended live and each live situation is unique while the music is improvised only.
'State of the Union' by Mitch Epstein is the catalogue of the exhibition that occured at the Kunstmuseum Bonn (Germany) / 11.11.2010 - 23.01.2011
The Dusseldorf-based photographer Andreas Gursky (born in 1955 in Leipzig) is considered one of the most important contemporary artists. The Steidl photobook accompanying the exhibition in Museum Frieder Burda focusses on the selection of pictures made for the show in Baden-Baden and its artistic and curatorial approach as exemplified by dialogues...
Damien Tran (Palefroi) Krillex 2-colour silkscreen print Edition of 23 50 x 70 cm 2015
"Far Side of the Moon" is a screen print designed by Victor Ash and released in summer 2019. Continuing with the space exploration familiar to the artist, it depicts the other side fo the moon which was only recently photographed.
The Art of Rebellion IV, the fourth installment in the acclaimed series, features approximately 100 artists with their personal favorites — innovative work in a variety of media that arrests our attention and transforms our cities into open air museums.
Mafia Tabak "Italo Disco" Acrylic, Oil, Crayon on MDF 60 x 80 cm, framed 2016
CT: senza titolo 2-color screen print on Fedrigoni Materica 250 g/m2 archival paper 50 x 70 cm 2016