Slinkachu: Worst Wurst in Stuttgart, Germany

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 07, 2012
Miniature street installation artist, Slinkachu, just placed this new piece in Stuttgart, Germany, featuring what initially appears to be the world's smallest hot dog stand, Wunder Wurst. Look closer, and you see the unfortunate connection the stand has with a nearby rat.

HALLENKUNST 2011 in Chemnitz, Germany

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 04, 2012
The HALLENKUNST pop-up exhibit in Chemnitz, Germany, wrapped up last month, designed to spotlight the mid-European's urban art movement within the ever-growing international public art scene. The 5,000 sqm spaces were special areas within which artists created site-specific art installations and a unique opportunity for visitors to experience varied and large format examples of urban art from Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, the Czech Republic, and France.

Looking Back: Illustrations by Albrecht Dürer

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 31, 2011
German master painter, printmaker, engraver, mathematician, and theorist Albrecht Dürer is someone you've probably heard of, we hope. Here, towards the end of the year, we bring it back, not to 2011, but back to the late 15th and early 16th century with these engravings and woodblock prints. Dürer's religious and apocalypse scenes have a gothic nature to them that is timelessly entertaining.

Vintage Colllage Work by Kerstin Stephan

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 30, 2011
We are hooked on the collage work of Hamburg, Germany-based artist, Kerstin Stephan. She takes vintage materials and compiles works of art, sometimes dense with content and at other times very minimal constructions.

The Feel-o-Meter in Lindau, Germany

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
We have seen some great interactive, even public art installations over the past year, but the Smiley Face installation on a tower (Fühlometer: Feel-o-meter), created by Julius von Bismarck, Benjamin Maus, and Richard Wilhelmer is one of the best. Their Fühlometer is fueled by a digital camera on the ground, monitoring the moods of casual passerbys.

The Goldman 25hours Hotel, Frankfurt

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 12, 2011
The design team of Delphine Buhro and Michael Dreher put together an interesting design throughout the Goldman 25Hours Hotel in Frankfurt, Germany, but nothing is more odd than a men's bathroom where you let yourself go into a faux-Rolling Stones/Pop Art mouth. It would be weird. But kind of fun.

Opening Photos: Revok @ Vicious Gallery, Hamburg

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Here are a few opening photos from Revok’s show Triumph and Tragedy that opened over the weekend at Vicious Gallery in Hamburg. It looks as if Revok has been putting the jigsaw to good use in creating these wood collages.

The Photography of Munich's Elizaveta Porodina

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Maybe we shouldn't be so impressed with an artist when we hear about their age, but the fact that Munich, Germany-based photographer Elizaveta Porodina is only 24-years old sort of blows our mind. There are some exquisite shots in here, with original compositions and dreamy scenarios that appear both to be fashion oriented with a bit of subconscious and sexual imagery. NSFW, a few "bare chest" shots after the jump.

In Street Art: Other and Saddo in Dresden

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
In 2 and half days, Other and Saddo completed this large-scale mural in Dresden, Germany. Plenty of great detail to get lost in and one of the biggest murals we have seen these artists work on. Traveling back to the U.S., Other will be showing new work will fellow artist Stinkfish at Brooklynite Gallery in Brooklyn on November 5th.

Gerhard Richter Captured Painting on Video

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 20, 2011
Gerhard Richter is an extremely diverse artist, known very well for his paintings that vary from photo-realistic speed blurs to large colorful abstractions. This video shot by filmmaker Corinna Belz while spending three years in Richter's Cologne studio working on her film Gerhard Richter Painting is amazing how it reveals the paintings being formed and Richter's unique practice of smearing, scraping, layering, and removing paint to create these large abstract paintings.
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