BSS 1ST ANNIVERSARY 08/02 – 16/02

BSS 1ST ANNIVERSARY 08/02 – 16/02

what a crazy year… On the occasion of our first anniversary of the opening of Bate Social Store, for the first time we present our own office product, in very limited units: a special drop of t-shirts and the most expensive lighter in the world.
Thursday 8th 18h early access only with guest list
From Friday 9th – Saturday 16th, open until sold out.

IED PRESENTS: MIGUEL VIDES

18/01 – 25/01

IED PRESENTS: MIGUEL VIDES

18/01 – 25/01

Directed by local designers Lucas Criado & Andrea López, Italian Insituto Europeo di Design presents at Bate Social Store the work of the artist Miguel Vides, hosted and produced by students.
An exhibition of works made between 2022 and 2023. The central piece and inspiration for the exhibition is the Egg, which not only appears as a symbol but also serves as a poster present in this exhibition, being, on many occasions, the starting point for several of the works presented. The space opens up like the inside of an egg, showing a varied work where graphic design, photography and drawing enter into conversation. The common denominator of these pieces is universal icons such as eggs, water, birds or frozen lemons. All this wrapped in a language close to pop, designed to connect with everyone.

Presented by Insituto Europeo di Design Madrid.

Directed by Andrea López & Lucas Criado
Hosted by:

@irenerosa21
@decabezaalinfierno
@malaikajaafar
@giulianacarneade
@anareyesmart
@mariaagonnzalez
@aleexboutin
@flying_kidd

SISYPHE BOUTIQUE

14/12 – 05/01

SISYPHE BOUTIQUE

14/12 – 05/01

The Spanish fashion brand Sisyphe, presents exclusively for Bate Social Store, a bespoke shopping experience designed together with the Bate.work studio.

Sisyphe, the brand installed between Malaga and Madrid, defines in this ephemeral experience its own way of fashion consumption: with an ironic and refined vision of concepts such as money, hedonism, appropriation and resignification of symbols or routine,
hedonism, the appropriation and resignification of symbols or the routine of office life.
This is an experience with a very clear and transparent purpose: the sale and transaction of a limited product.

A space designed and produced by the creative studio Bate, which serves as a meeting point for the community that makes up the fashion brand, where you can find products from the new collection, as well as garments and colourways only available at the Bate Social Store.

https://www.instagram.com/sisyphemodas/

Andrés Aparicio “CINCO MINUTOS Y VUELVO” 16/11 – 02/12

Andrés Aparicio “CINCO MINUTOS Y VUELVO” 16/11 – 02/12

Solo exhibition of the Sevillian artist Andrés Aparicio, exclusively for Bate Social Store.

Andrés Aparicio was born in Villarasa in 1989 (Huelva). At the age of twenty-seven he starts studying Fine Arts at the University of Seville. In 2019 he travels to Palermo, where he discovers his ingenuity and spontaneity, his bright and contrasting colours, and where he gives himself to a free interpretation of everything he observes. It was in Palermo that his teachers dubbed him “Andrea Paricio”, a pictorial continuation of Andrea Dimarco, an exponent of the New Italian Figuration, both characterised by a playful language, which refers to an imagery inspired by everyday life and its fatal counterpart: oblivion, expiration, disuse.
Andrés being the son of craftsmen, his painting has a strong awareness of the work itself. This is reflected in the link between the hand and the head, in the bond between inherited tradition and the capacity to innovate, in the play with its limits. “I play with painting as my father measures and works with wood or as my mother draws a pattern on a canvas. The important thing is to build while understanding its context so that what is created coexists in unison”.

In the proposal CINCO MINUTOS Y VUELVO, Andrés shows the importance of context in his work. He generates physical paths that place the spectator in the right circumstance to understand from where and for what the artist creates. And he plays with it – with the work – as cities play with signs. It is, then, the spectator who will have to appropriate the signs to reveal the way back home. In this sense, the signs themselves are unimportant: it is the path that opens up with them that matters, and the memories that settle in our memory.
The trip to Palermo will allow Aparicio the chance contemplation of a large red tarpaulin, unfurled every morning by the market workers; a tarpaulin without any aesthetic pretensions, but of a profound involuntary beauty, which Aparicio will paint repeatedly in order to preserve and remember it in the greatest detail. Like a love letter to a memory.

In a society where the life of things is volatile, Andrés’s works place us in an arid space, made up of multiple premises that are closed – rented – closed again. In this continuous cycle of uninhabitability and emptiness, movement and supply are but hasty masks of nothingness. This state of restlessness could lead us towards a sense of nothingness. Surprisingly, however, at the end of the street, there is an old stall that remains open. In this corner, we find a glimmer of hope to cling to and feel that we belong. It is a place where we can be and, consequently, remember.

©original text by Aurora Díaz

NII HAI

19/10 – 28/10

NII HAI

19/10 – 28/10

English Brand founded by Rossie Williams comes to Madrid to present his Denim collection, a special sale of the most exclusive items of the brand and garments in collaboration with Bate.work. Nii HAi clothes are designed to encourage people to feel powerful & confident, in both what they wear and what they do. Aesthetically exclusive yet socially inclusive. Nii HAi aim to develop this idea to encompass broader aspects of business in the future, expanding beyond clothing. 
Early Access 19_10 18h
Public Access 20_10 11h

NINETIES X DAVIT RUIZ

28/09-07/10

NINETIES X DAVIT RUIZ

28/09-07/10

Nineties presents together with Madrid-based photographer Davit Ruiz an exclusive exhibition and capsule collection at the mutant gallery-shop Bate Social Store.

Nineties is a skate collective from Madrid led by Rodrigo Mena and Jacobo Prieto, creative and skate lovers for decades. Together they give a breath of fresh air to the local scene, relying on the aesthetics and basic principles of skateboarding to encourage new generations.

This exclusive collaboration with photographer Davit Ruiz (Madrid, 1986) develops his most experimental side as a street photographer, playing again and again with irony and different exhibition formats. Davit Ruiz, a Nineties photographer since its inception in 2021, works in commercial and editorial photography for clients such as Lexus, Nike, Vice, GQ and Tapas, among others.

On this occasion, the collaboration is materialised in a capsule collection that includes tables and exclusive garments, and will be available until 07 October 2023.

GOTA SHOP

4.5 – 13.5.2023

GOTA SHOP

4.5 – 13.5.2023

Gota, the wine bar specialising in natural wines, records and small plates arrives at Bate Social Store in an ephemeral shop format, where a selection of its wines will be on sale exclusively paired with records by local label Glossy Mistakes, as well as exclusive merchandise.

Five different varieties of Gota wines will be paired in the space with an album selected for each wine by Glossy Mario, head of the local Madrid-based label Glossy Mistakes. The Bate Social Store programme will be rounded off by a visit from the Sound Metaphors label at Siroco Club on Friday 5 May.

GOTA WINE, a wine bar where you can enjoy natural wines, records and small plates. Born from Acid Cafe, first as a clandestine bar, it has now become a local and international reference point, highlighting not only its gastronomic offer, but also the work of independent wineries and winemakers.

93 SIERRA CROSSES

20.4 – 23.4.2023

93 SIERRA CROSSES

20.4 – 23.4.2023

93 SIERRA/CROSSES presents only at Bate Social Store for the first time in Madrid, an ephemeral physical shop where you can find in advance garments from his latest collection, presented a few months ago at MBFW Madrid.

A space designed in collaboration with the studio Bate.work, where you can get in advance some iconic products from this latest collection, new exclusive items during these days and an exhibition as a showroom of all the lookbooks of FW23/24.
This latest collection by 93 SIERRA/CROSSES continues the search for emblematic pieces under the concept of “Elevated Streetwear” where high quality, made-to-measure garments take centre stage.
the protagonism.

The designer continues to develop his own vision of Asturias, where he reflects his experiences and perceptions in the garments
and perceptions in the garments, recovering recurring themes such as the influence of the working class and the natural
working class and the natural landscapes of his hometown.

In this new collection, another idea is added to the mix, taking direct inspiration from
the impact of the punk and hardcore aesthetics of the late 80s and early 90s in both Asturias and Spain.

SHOOP “THE REWIND SHOP” 16.3 – 01.4.2023

SHOOP “THE REWIND SHOP” 16.3 – 01.4.2023

“From Hackers to Post-Internet, from Rap Tees to a tribute to a family Cat, special capsule collections from Sullen Tokyo to Kishin Shinoyama, from Madrid to Tokyo,  from past to Future”

SHOOP presents in exclusive at Bate Social Store “The Rewind Shop”, a physically & ephemeral sale and exhibition of iconic garments in the brand’s trajectory.
A site-specific installation designed by Bate.work, which reviews some of the garments and collaborations that have marked an important point in the history of the brand over the last 12 years.
Accompanying the exhibition on the occasion of this occasion will be available only at Bate Social Store, limited garments from their latest collections at special prices.


SHOOP is a unisex fashion brand founded by Yohei Oki and Miriam Sanz located between Madrid and Tokyo.
Their collections are characterised by the continuous search for new concepts that coexist under the same identity and are inspired by the world around us, culture and music.
Its products are manufactured in Japan, Portugal and Spain in workshops specialised in tailoring, leather and denim craftsmen, in a sustainable way, using high quality fabrics and finishes.
SHOOP has collaborated with different brands such as Asics, New Rock, Haruhito Jeans and with artists such as the photographer Kishin Shinoyama or the artists X-Presion Creativos in several of its collections.
She has paraded in Tokyo, London and Madrid. In 2020 they won the Tokyo Fashion Award 2020. In 2018 they were selected as one of the emerging designers highlighted by Vogue Fashion Talents, among others.

IMG SHOOP FW 23 By Alex Cascallana
© Bate.work

LOLITA ENO “Mutations For One Body” 23.02_11.03.23

LOLITA ENO “Mutations For One Body” 23.02_11.03.23

Bate Social Store (Opening Exhibition)

To celebrate its opening, Bate Social Store is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of the artist Lolita Eno (Madrid, 1993). The first artist in Spain to be represented as an avatar, who in recent years has become a cultural reference thanks to her images of trans-species beings.

In a utopian vision of the future of human survival on earth, she invites us to reflect on the meaning of love. A transparent quality, visible in animals and responsible for the survival of many: not as a procreative mechanism but as visible to the species.

Nature is wiser in every way and is connected, respecting both its place and that of the rest of the ecosystem. Lolita Eno uses technology to achieve this connection, represented in digital skins to form multiple beings of the same being.

She has been supported by cultural entities such as MTV, VICE, King Kong Magazine, nominated by the European Institute of Design as a promise of innovation in 2019 and BMW Spain award as a finalist for best digital art.

She has collaborated with and received support from artists such as Kanye West, Sita Abellan, C. Tangana, Katerina Kishyuj, Virgen Maria, Alexander Wang and most recently Didu in her performance for Paris Fashion Week.

Her work has been exhibited at NeoShibuya, Tokyo, Madrid Solo show, This is It London and NFT Biennial Los Angeles and Turkey.

Mutations for one body is presented at Bate Social Store. It will be the first activation of a new space run by the creative office Bate.Work, born to dilute the physical boundary between culture, fashion and art in the Barrio de las Letras in Madrid.

Calle Santa María 14, Madrid.

Lolita Eno, Escultura técnica mixta.