Made in Germany: Young Contemporary Art from Germany

Text by Martin Engler.

Published by Hatje Cantz

This comprehensive overview of current contemporary German art surveys the latest developments in a country not only reunified, east and west, but one with Europe. In recent years, more and more foreign artists have chosen to live and work in Germany. This volume offers a snapshot of their increasingly interdependent ecosystem, where national tradition mingles with cultural exchange. The book doesn't group its 50 featured subjects by region of origin--half are from some kind of international background--or even necessarily by their current homes: it tracks the places where their works have been created, treating artistic production as an outcome of living and working together. Its subjects include a few of the most promising newcomers around, including Candice Breitz, Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset, Sabine Hornig, Bjørn Melhus, Jonathan Monk, Julian Rosefeldt, Florian Slotawa, Simon Starling and Amelie von Wulffen.


Oliver Van Den Berg

Benjamin Bergmann

Michael Beutler

Armin Boehm

Candice Breitz

Fernando Bryce

Peggy Buth

Björn Dahlem

Nathalie Djurberg

Marcel Van Eeden

Elmgreen & Dragset

Slawomir Elsner

Jeanne Faust

Ceal Floyer

Andreas Gefeller

Christoph Girardet

Tue Greenfort

Beate Gütschow

Jeppe Hein

Diango Hernandez

Andreas Hofer

Sabine Hornig

Sergej Jensen

Franka Kassner

Christoph Keller

Annette Kelm

Alexander Laner

Jan Mancuska

Bjørn Melhus

Simon Dybbroe Møller

Jonathan Monk

Astrid Nippoldt

Henrik Olesen

Kirsten Pieroth

Peter Piller

Julius Popp

Julian Rosefeldt

Daniel Roth


Michael Sailstorfer

Florian Slotawa

Sean Snyder

Simon Starling

Mathilde Ter Heijne

Gert Und Uwe Tobias

Gabriel Vormstein

Amelie Von Wulffen

Haegue Yang

Tobias Zielony

Ralf Ziervogel

David Zink Yi

Thomas Zipp

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