Hyuro "Casual Anomalies" @ Starkart, Zurich

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Valencia-based street artist and illustrator, Hyuro opens a solo exhibition, Casual Anomalies this Thursday at the Starkart gallery in Zurich, Switzerland. We watched a lot of Hyuro works in progress at Nuart this past Fall, and the works were really well executed with strong concepts. This show will be no less.

Anatomical Paintings by Ivan Ebel

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 10, 2011
We don't know if Swiss artist Ivan Ebel is going to continue or develop these anatomical paintings any further, but the first two images we have seen are a good start. Looks as if he is using anatomical design as a tattoo upon his painted human body. Both the female and male subjects get their own treatment.

In Street Art: Viewing Platform in Zermatt, Switzerland

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
"Alice Studio, a group of students from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne has built a spiraling viewing platform in Zermatt, Switzerland. located on the edge of Lake Stelli, the 'Evolver' enables visitors to engage with and observe the panoramic landscape in a new and responsive manner."

Two Animated Films by Georges Schwizgebel

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Swiss animated film director Georges Schwizgebel is the man behind Jeu (2006) and The Man With No Shadow (2004), two great short animated films. Watch 'em!

Feature: An Interview with Olaf Breuning

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 01, 2011
In the May 2011 issue of Juxtapoz, we interviewed Swiss-born, NYC-based fine artist, photographer, sculpture artist, conceptual artist, comedian, installation artist, and filmmaker, Olaf Breuning. The interview went so well that we wanted to share it with you again.

Living Underground in Switzerland

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 13, 2011
There is a lot of us that would like to live in the Swiss Mountains, but how about living underground in the Swiss Mountains? Not indie rock underground, like full blown, "my house is underground" style. Oh, and your house will look incredible as well.

Teiji Hayama's Salvation and Innocence

Erotica // Monday, May 09, 2011
Teiji Hayama's paintings join together western and Japanese influences, combining different art historical periods with contemporary Japanese pop culture. Hayama's pale, etereal figures with frail bodies and pale tinited eyes often inspired by mangas, portray an angelic appearance which clashes with a penetrating and unnerving glare directed at the viewer.
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