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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo II

Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Berlin/Tokyo ll’, a photographic exhibition by Berlin-based Japanese photographer Yuto Yamada, opening on 17.11.2017 in our Galerie Ecke.

Berlin/Tokyo ll opens on the same night as Victor Ash’s 10-year Anniversary of the Astronaut Cosmonaut wall and will run until 10.12.2017.

 

Berlin and Tokyo are the two favorite topics of urban photographer Yuto Yamada and the subject of this exhibition one year after presenting his “Berlin/Tokyo” series at Urban Spree: Berlin as the city where he now lives and works since several year and the city of his childhood and youth, Tokyo.

In his ongoing series ‘Berlin/Tokyo’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty, abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay, in absolute contrast with the modern and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated cityscape, a stunning and surreal opposition.

 

‘BERLIN / TOKYO II’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo ll

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke

Opening: Friday 17.11.2017 at 18:30
Exhibition: 18.11.17 to 10.12.2017

Tu-Sa: 12:00-18:30

=> http://yuto-yamada.com/
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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo II

Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Berlin/Tokyo ll’, a photographic exhibition by Berlin-based Japanese photographer Yuto Yamada, opening on 17.11.2017 in our Galerie Ecke.

Berlin/Tokyo ll opens on the same night as Victor Ash’s 10-year Anniversary of the Astronaut Cosmonaut wall and will run until 10.12.2017.

 

Berlin and Tokyo are the two favorite topics of urban photographer Yuto Yamada and the subject of this exhibition one year after presenting his “Berlin/Tokyo” series at Urban Spree: Berlin as the city where he now lives and works since several year and the city of his childhood and youth, Tokyo.

In his ongoing series ‘Berlin/Tokyo’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty, abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay, in absolute contrast with the modern and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated cityscape, a stunning and surreal opposition.

‘BERLIN / TOKYO II’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo ll

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke

Opening: Friday 17.11.2017 at 18:30
Exhibition: 18.11.17 to 10.12.2017

Tu-Sa: 12:00-18:30

=> http://yuto-yamada.com/
=> instagram.com/tokio_kid

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Berlin/Tokyo extended to 04.12.2016

Yuto Yamada’s “Berlin/Tokyo” Exhibition in our Galerie’s Ecke is being extended by a week.

The solo show of the Berlin-based Japanese photographer will terminate on Sunday, December 4th.

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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Urban Spree Galerie presents ‘Berlin/Tokyo’, a photographic exhibition by Berlin-based Japanese photographer Yuto Yamada, opening on 18.11.2016 in our Galerie Ecke.

Berlin and Tokyo are the two favorite topics of urban photographer Yuto Yamada and the subject of this exhibition one year after presenting his “Berlin Raw” series at Urban Spree: Berlin as the city where he now lives and works since several year and the city of his childhood and youth, Tokyo.

In his ongoing series ‘Berlin Raw’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty, abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay, in absolute contrast with the übermodern and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated cityscape, a stunning and surreal opposition.

‘BERLIN / TOKYO’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke

Opening: Friday 18.11.2016 at 19:00
Exhibition: 19.11.16 to 27.11.2016

Tu-Sa: 12:00-18:30

=> http://yuto-yamada.com
=> instagram.com/tokio_kid



Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Berlin-based photographer Yuto Yamada has two favorite objects for his camera: Berlin and the city where he comes from: Tokyo.

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In his ongoing series ‘Berlin Raw’ he takes us on a journey to the dirty abandoned side of Berlin with all its graffiti, destruction and decay. This a total contrast to his otherwise very futuristic and shiny photos of Tokyo’s illuminated skyscrapers with a neo Tokyo style. And it is exactly this contrast that is the appeal for Yuto Yamada.

‘BERLIN / TOKYO’ is a photographic journey and modernist tale of two apparently opposed metropolises, the hi-tech Tokyo and the lo-fi Berlin.

 

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Yuto Yamada: Berlin/Tokyo

Urban Spree Galerie’s Ecke 

Opening: Friday 18.11.2016 at 19:00
Exhibition: 19.11.16 to 04.12.2016

12:00-18:30

 

=> http://yuto-yamada.com
=> instagram.com/tokio_kid

 



Postponed: VF#5 Dame Area // Jean-Luc // Andrew Claristidge (dj set)

++++ SOUND OF MACHINES, VOCAL CHORDS AND INSTRUMENTS PLAYED BY HUMANS •̀.̫•́✧ ++++

Dame Area (Barcelona, Spain)
Listen 🔪https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD9KRnOXfMM
Dame Area mixes synths and live percussion, industrialism and tribalism. Their music works as a musical Rorscharch test: some people call them Tribal Wave, others Latin EBM, some say they do pure Krautrock some say that they do Industrial Postpunk.
Their music has been played in the sets of some of the bravest DJs out there including The Hacker, Identified Patient, Vladimir Ivkovic, Yamatsuka Eye (Boredoms) or Tommy Tokyo (Group A) among others.

Jean-Luc (France, Suisse)
Listen 🔪 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPRFiS65Nmo
– Jean-Luc is a Berlin-Fribourg-Vienna based band, even though Jean-Luc might be french.
– Jean-Luc doesn’t like clichés, that’s why it’s impossible to find one of him on the web.
– Jean-Luc’s big toenail dug a hole through the fabrik of his right espadrille while dancing drunk in the Spartacus in 1994 to a song from Beate Bartel and Chrislo Haas. Instead of sewing it up, Jean-Luc hang the espadrille to his wall as a reminder to do a hommage to that song one day.

Andrew Claristidge (Berlin)
Listen 🔪 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d14O1-MWFR4
French Dj Andrew Claristidge (Acid Washed) oscillates without any frontiers, from Techno to Pop, Ambient to Electro and Psychedelic experiments to New Wave. A Member of Mount Kismet, his new band, the trio just released on Moscoman’s imprint: Disco Halal. Andrew has also an upcoming track in collaboration with Cosmo Vitelli on I’m a Cliché Compilation “Bongo Beats & Bankruptcy: The Sound of I’m a Cliché”

🌑 Vital Function Dj Team opening the night with a kinky slow driven dj set 🌑

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