“Shadow & Stage” by Johannes Mundinger in South Korea

Twice a year, Yeobaek Seowon in South Korea, the house of books invites a scientist, poet or artist to spend some time there, working in between ginseng and rice fields, next to the forest. A lovely retreat, as onliest noise you can hear is chickens, birds and sometimes the voices of farmers in the fields.

“Zur Freiheit” by Johannes Mundinger and Elias Errerd in Offenburg, Germany

While visiting his home town for a solo exhibition at Kunstverein Offenburg, Johannes Mundinger had a pleasure to paint on one of the buildings where two of his ancestors had lived in, in the 19th century, when both had been imprisoned for smuggling a forbidden socialist newspaper to Germany. Collaborating with Elias Errerd, artists completed the

Project “Between Stopovers” by Johannes Mundinger and Sophia Hirsch

Johannes Mundinger has just wrapped up a series of works for a project “Between Stopovers” all over the Europe together with Sophia Hirsch. The artists have painted four murals in Beograd (Serbia), Cracow (Poland), Kehl (Germany) and Vienna (Austria) and exhibited at KM8/Urban Incubator, space founded by Goethe Institut Beograd in Beograd, Serbia. Between Stopovers The project

Recap: Project „Flickenteppich” in Sofia, Bulgaria

A team of eight German artists travelled to the capital of Bulgaria to work on a project called “Flickenteppich” to meet and collaborate with the local artists. This tour was kindly supported by Goethe Institut Bulgaria, where the artists painted along with some other locations in the capital. If you literally translate „Flickenteppich“ means rag rug,

Johannes Mundinger in Kortrijk, Belgium for The Crystal Ship

After having been in Mexico in January, Johannes Mundinger went to Kortrijk, Belgium, where he painted this former casino, concert hall, school, now: bookstore, café and event space. It looks quite small because the doors and windows are so big, but once you have people as a reference, it suddenly grows. It´s located on the back

“Transit” by Johannes Mundinger in Münster, Germany

Johannes Mundinger just wrapped up a brand new piece in Münster, Germany at a train station and this time he didn’t have  to watch out for the cops. For the artist, the train station is a place filled of life, a place where numerous stories meet. First class travelers, homeless people, busy families – it´s

Johannes Mundinger in Berlin, Germany

Born in 1982 in Offenburg, Johannes Mundinger has studied in Münster and Brussels, since 2011 he is living in Berlin. His works had been shown by the Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, the Museum Weserburg, Bremen and the Freiburger Kunstverein; in 2013 he was awarded the jury price of the Berliner Kunstverein. Since 2012 he is resident