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Urban Spree Galerie presents “Mitosis”, a solo show in the Galerie Ecke by Chilean artist Rommy González

Urban Spree Galerie presents “Mitosis”, a solo show in the Galerie Ecke by Chilean artist Rommy González.

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The Berlin-based Chilean artist Rommy González is displaying a series of new drawings, paintings, and releasing her 3 latest screen prints and 2 risograph prints. Having her past show called “Das Mikro-Makro Leben” at the Chilean Embassy in Berlin on April 2016, now she wants to show her new works inspired by fascinating symbiosis of life, the cells cycle. The artist combines micro landscapes with a visual imaginary, textures, colors and compositions. A biologic-artistic point of view.

 

Urban Spree Galerie (Ecke)

Opening: Wednesday July 20th, 2016 at 19:00

Exhibition: From July 20th to July 28th, 2016, 12:00-19:00

www.rommygonzalez.com

 



Onio’s Ecke

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Urban Spree Galerie  presents ONIO’s Ecke, a new solo show by Brazilian street artist ONIO.

Onio’s Ecke presents a range of various artworks from drawing and murals, as well as screen prints and zines. As a multidisciplinary artist, ONIO explores abstract shapes, intricate patterns and dynamic compositions in his work.

The works displayed in the new section of the Galerie is the fruit of a 2-week residency at Urban Spree, at the invitation of Urban Spree Resident Artist Rylsee as well as works created as part of ONIO’s European Tour, an artistic wandering in Barcelona, Paris, Antwerp, Amsterdam, London and Berlin over a 75-day span, meeting fellow artists and paintings walls.

In addition, ONIO collaborates with Leipzig based artist and friend KID GRINGO on a mural within Urban Spree.

About ONIO:

ONIO portrays the hustle and bustle of life of metropolis Brasilia through his paintings. The repetitive forms and the bundles of lines in his works give an idea how the city is carved into his soul.

ONIO’s impressions of Brazil might be chaotic and disorganized, but on the other hand, the warm colors and friendly shapes convey an atmosphere of hope and positive energy. His works have already been shown in Brazil, notably in Sao Paolo, Brasilia as well as other cities internationally.

Opening | August 14th 2014 | 19:00

Exhibition | August 14th – August 30th 2014

Tuesday – Sunday | 12:00 – 19:00 | Free Entrance



Solo show opening: Onio's Ecke

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ONIO’S Ecke

Opening | August 14th 2014 | 19:00

Exhibition | August 14th – August 31st 2014 | Tuesday – Sunday | 12:00 – 19:00 | Free Entrance

 

Urban Spree proudly presents Onio’s Ecke, a solo show by Brazilian artist ONIO.

Onio’s Ecke will be presenting a range of media, from drawing and murals, to screen prints and zines. As a multidisciplinary artist, ONIO explores abstract shapes, intricate patterns and dynamic compositions in his work.

As part of the exhibition, ONIO will collaborate with Leipzig based artist and friend KID GRINGO on a big mural (7m x 14m) at the Urban Spree.

ONIO will spend two weeks preparing his show at the Urban Spree residency. The gallery will supply a studio space on the first floor to give ONIO the room for creativity.

Onio’s Ecke will be a part of the Euronio Tour which will take place in Barcelona, Paris, Antwerp, Amsterdam, London and Berlin over a 75-day span. During this artistic journey through Europe, ONIO will participate in residence art projects, large scale mural paintings and exhibitions with other artists from all over Europe.

 

About ONIO

ONIO portrays the hustle and bustle of life of metropolis Brasilia through his paintings. The repetitive forms and the bundles of lines in his works give an idea how the city is carved into his soul.

ONIO’s impressions of Brazil might be chaotic and disorganized, but on the other hand, the warm colors and friendly shapes convey an atmosphere of hope, positive energy and mystical consciousness. His works have already been shown in Brazil, notably in Sao Paolo, Brasilia as well as other cities internationally.

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'ONIO's Ecke' opens Thursday

994190_10152701815690649_622390053125913807_nOn Thursday, August 14th 2014, Urban Spree Galerie  presents ONIO’s Ecke, a new solo show by Brazilian street artist ONIO.

Onio’s Ecke will be presenting a range of various artworks from drawing and murals, as well as screen prints and zines. As a multidisciplinary artist, ONIO explores abstract shapes, intricate patterns and dynamic compositions in his work.

The works displayed in the new section of the Galerie is the fruit of a 2-week residency at Urban Spree, at the invitation of Urban Spree Resident Artist Rylsee as well as works created as part of ONIO’s European Tour, an artistic wandering in Barcelona, Paris, Antwerp, Amsterdam, London and Berlin over a 75-day span, meeting fellow artists and paintings walls.

In addition to the show at Urban Spree, ONIO will collaborate with Leipzig based artist and friend KID GRINGO on a mural within Urban Spree.

About ONIO:

ONIO portrays the hustle and bustle of life of metropolis Brasilia through his paintings. The repetitive forms and the bundles of lines in his works give an idea how the city is carved into his soul.

ONIO’s impressions of Brazil might be chaotic and disorganized, but on the other hand, the warm colors and friendly shapes convey an atmosphere of hope and positive energy. His works have already been shown in Brazil, notably in Sao Paolo, Brasilia as well as other cities internationally.

Opening | August 14th 2014 | 19:00

Exhibition | August 14th – August 30th 2014

Tuesday – Sunday | 12:00 – 19:00 | Free Entrance

 



Um die Ecke

Every city to some extent benefits from -and is being imprisoned- by its own myth and cliché – and Berlin is a prime example of this phenomenon. Berlin is known as a cosmopolitan, tolerant, open-minded, and exciting capital in which life is still affordable. At the same time, the city is characterized by it’s rough attitude, edginess and even violent appearance. With ‘Um die Ecke’, Selfcontrolfreak translates the city’s ambiguous struggle with it’s own myth and image into a video projection mapping piece.

We see the artist (Olivier Otten) chasing and being chased by himself in an infinite loop.

This is the first time that a Selfcontrolfreak video is put up for sale.

Selfcontrolfreak

Um Die Ecke  – 2013 – Video installation – 1.56 minutes

Price On Request/Preis auf Anfrage.

 



“Check your Privilege”: a new mural by the Low Bros

The Urban Spree Artist Wall is a highly visible wall in Berlin, deploying its painted surface of 120sqm (15 x 8 meters) opposite Warschauer Str.

As is usually the case with most exhibitions, the artists paint the first piece of their show on this wall, resulting in a massive statement work for their indoor exhibition.

“Check Your Privilege” is the 3rd mural painted by the Low Bros at Urban Spree and is perhaps their most significant outdoor work to date as it emphasizes strong cultural and societal points, further developed in their solo show “CON.TXT’ (on display until September 6th, 2020).

In the words of Anna Ptasinska: « With the #BlackLivesMatters movement sweeping the global community, it is now, more than ever, that white people need to acknowledge their responsibility to dismantle oppressive, racist systems. Influenced by the book ‘Exit Racism’ by Tupoka Ogette & Robin DiAngelo’s ‘White Fragility,’ Low Bros have partnered with IDB (Institut für diskriminierungsfreie Bildung), Josephine Apraku and Jule Bönkost for this exhibition. As an educational starting point, this exhibition aims to amplify and continue the conversation surrounding white privilege and asks questions of how it can be better utilized in institutions, as well as private & public spaces. While the search for answers is ongoing, the artworks aim is to highlight the problems of unchecked whiteness, especially when it is being recognized as a default perspective in society. By debunking the concept of privileges and problems, the context of this exhibition aims to engage whiteness as an ally to the BIPOC community.”