Berlin-based Japanese artist Twoone (Hiroyasu Tsuri) inaugurates the first ‘Urban Spree Art Residency’ which inverts the codes of an exhibition and invites the public to witness the process of creation of indoor and outdoor artworks. The opening reception on July 23rd, at 19.00h, presents the works originated during the residency and marks at the same time the vernissage of the exhibition. Closing day: July 24th, 12:00 – 19.00h, 2016. Location: Urban Spree Galerie, Revaler Str. 99, in Berlin-Friedrichshain.
“Mother and Daughter”- Reka’s two latest murals in Kiev were influenced by Kiev’s unique architecture and especially the Large monument “Mother of Motherland”
Thinkspace Edition’s is excited to announce two brand new limited fine art editions from Brian M. Viveros coming this Friday, July 8th at 10AM (PST)
Both prints will be available via Thinkspace Gallery ‘shop’ page through this purchase link: www.thinkspacegallery.com/shop
Save the date and BE READY!!!
Li-Hill’s latest mural in Kiev, ‘The Impact of Discovery’
Painted on the Cultural Center of Ukraine’s largest science and technical school, (Kiev Polytechnical Institute) this piece speaks to two influential discoveries within the last two centuries.
Spanish fine artist Pejac comes to London this July with first-ever major global show. The Barcelona-based fine artist will be hosting his first ever major exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space, London from 22nd to 31st July 2016.
Traveling art project and screen print studio The Jaunt is inviting their 25th artist to take the road. This time inviting the French Spanish artist REMED for a trip to the Canary Islands, to one of the smallest islands called La Gomera. We caught up with REMED to talk about his trip, what he’s hoping to find and what he will bring with him. “I’ll bring the least to find the most.”.
If you are not familiar with The Jaunt (www.thejaunt.net) yet, make sure to get familiar with them quick. The Jaunt offers limited edition screen prints from some of your favorite artists. The artists travel to a place they’ve never been to before, and create a print once they have returned from their trip. You can order your print for as little as 60€ but only at sight unseen before the trip takes place. Place your order in due time, usually these prints sell out quick!
Still enjoying his life in Australia like some kind of extended Lads-On-Tour spraycation, Brit defector and ex-Finders Keepers aficionado Mysterious Al has steadily been upping his art game and these new abstracted monster collage pieces are peaker than the Peak District in the peak of summer. Peak on fleek. Or whatever the kids are saying these days…
His new body of work will be on view at M2 Gallery, Sydney from the 24-26th June. Check it.
JUSTKIDS and StreetArtNews will be curating the Urban Nation Berlin notorious signature event Project M/9.
Invited by URBAN NATION Museum For Urban Contemporary Art Director Yasha Young to bring summer flavours to Berlin, Project M/9 “Colors” co-curators Charlotte Dutoit and Rom Levy have selected 6 international acclaimed artists to create murals at the future museum building in the Bülowstrasse 7 in Berlin-Schöneberg. The painting week will be finalized with the group exhibition “Colors” showcasing the works of in 12 amazing artists from all over the world on Saturday, June 11th at the URBAN NATION headquarters.
Bicicleta Sem Freio (mural)
Okuda San Miguel
A stopover can be an airport or a train station for example. A place vivid at certain times, but not containing any inhabitants in itself. We see a strong link between these places and commercialized urban spaces such as shopping malls, parking lots, office buildings. These urban spaces simply lack individiuality and seem to have no unique appearance or atmosphere, where its purpose is merely functional.
Legendary NYC photographer Martha Cooper comes to Berlin! URBAN NATION presents: Martha Cooper’s ‘Snap Wrap’ in an interactive room installation.
Opening Friday 20th May 19:00, at Bülowstr. 97, Berlin, 10783, Germany.
Four decades of graffiti in four walls… Martha Cooper’s ‘Snap Wrap’ is a historic look back through the years at some of her most iconic images from the 1980s right through to the present day.
Now respected worldwide as one of the originators of photo documentary of the most important art form of the modern age, Cooper gives us a unique insight into her work with over 300 photographs in one room.
In honour of Cooper’s work, Montana Cans has produced a brand new triptych of her work over 3 cans as the latest edition in their ‘Iconic’ series. Martha herself will also be present on the evening to sign her special edition.
No need to RSVP, just rock up!
Urban Nation Production Office
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