Björn Griesbach's Hollow Children

Illustration // Friday, August 28, 2015
German illustrator Björn Griesbach knows how to give you haunting dreams. One of his more recent series, "Hollow Children," features grinning children with dark smudged faces that, to be honest, are pretty terrifying. Griesbach primarily works on commissioned illustration projects for novels and other literature but also finds time for personal projects when he can.

Joep Van Lieshout's Dirty Architecture Installation

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Joep van Lieshout has created a temporary built community, "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," defined by its playful approach to sexuality and the body. The architecture is an installation for the annual Ruhrtriennale festival in Bachum, Germany, which offers music, theater, dance performance, and fine arts. The highlights of the installation include a bar shaped like the human digestive system—one end of the piece is an open mouth and tongue, the other an anatomically-correct anus; two buildings copulating; and restrooms designed to look like rusted silos.

The Work of Eiko Borcherding

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 24, 2015
Hamburg, Germany-based artist Eiko Borcherding continues to create intricate and well-executed mixed media pencil drawings. With an eye for detail, he plays on the ideals of life and death, combining these elements in a way that creates a hauntingly beautiful duality. Recently, his work has begun to catch the eye of many art collectors resulting in art exhibitions  throughout Europe.

Berlin Magazine "Pornceptual" Queers the Mainstream Idea of Porn

Erotica // Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Berlin magazine Pornceptual launches as a quarterly. The magazine aims to take the mainstream and single-narrative conceptions of pornography and queer them. The magazine will include photography, illustration, painting, and text. It hopes to investigate desire, vulnerability, radical gender identities, and the external gaze.

The Ephemeral Work of Hans Breder

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Hans Breder trained as a painter in Hamburg, German and found early success in NYC in the early ’60s. Once he was drawn to Iowa, Breder created The Intermedia Program in the School of Art and Art History at the University of Iowa in 1968 and he directed the program until 2000.

Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design

Design // Tuesday, March 31, 2015
A major exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany sheds new light on contemporary African design. Showcasing the work of over 120 artists and designers, Making Africa – A Continent of Contemporary Design illustrates how design accompanies and fuels economic and political changes on the continent. Africa is presented as a hub of experimentation generating new approaches and solutions of worldwide relevance – and as a driving force for a new discussion of the potential of design in the twenty-first century.

Bettina von Arnim's Pop Robots

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 31, 2015
In general, we have mixed feelings about robots. Are they our friends? We're skeptical but can say without question that we like German artist (b. 1940) Bettina von Arnim's robots.

The Dripping Hyperreal Paintings of Mike Dargas

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 16, 2015
You know we like a good hyperreal painter here at Juxtapoz... I mean, we made an entire book on the subject in late 2014. We just came across these works by German painter Mike Dargas, and although we were about to throw these in Erotica (I mean, dripping honey and chocolate on women in this context is a little on naughty side). we found the paintings of the tough guys at the end not so much erotic as they were badass and mean. 

Cut it Out! Public Works @ Urban Nation, Berlin

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 12, 2015
Cut it Out! is an international group show dedicated to the art of the stencil. Curated by Olly Walker and Henrik Haven, the exhibition showcases the work of some of the best artists and exciting new emerging artists that choose to work with the technique, but also the tools of the trade, a bit of history, live action on walls, streets and cars to offer a glimpse insight the world of stencil art. 

Jules de Balincourt "As Far As We Could Go West" @ Kassel Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 09, 2015
One of our favorite painters, French-born, NYC-based Jules de Balincourt, has a solo museum show at the Kassel Kunstverein in Kassel, Germany up through March 15, 2015. "As Far As We Could Go West" features both newer and somewhat newer paintings and works from Balincourt's already busy exhibition career. 
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