Euromaxx

Europe in all its diversity and fascination – that's what Euromaxx brings to the screen. Once a week, DW's magazine offers its international viewers absorbing insights into European culture and lifestyle.

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New ideas for timeless shapes: Designer Stefan Diez


He applies a sustainable and original contemporary makeover to design classics. Stefan Diez has won several awards. The German designer mostly designs futuristic lamps and chairs.


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Massive slabs of ice: Europe's largest glacier


Ice gave Iceland its name and the Vatnajökull glacier offers 3,000 million tons of it in one go. For the segment Europe to the Maxx, Euromaxx reporter Hendrik Welling went on an ice-cold journey.


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Paintings made from old gold buttons


One person’s trash is this artist’s treasure. Ann Carrington creates bouquets of flowers from old cutlery and busts from beer cans. She can find beauty in anything. Even the Queen likes her work.


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How do I eat my christmas tree?


What do you do with your Christmas tree after the holidays? Forest ecologist and timber foodie Artur Cisar-Erlach has an unusual idea: Since wood is edible, he uses his Christmas tree to make a tasty meal.


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The strangest musical instrument in the world


The theremin is probably the strangest musical instrument in the world. It uses a magnetic field to produce spherical musical tones without even being touched. Carolina Eyck plays it professionally.


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“Lost Cars“ – A photo book of abandoned classics


What is left of cars after they’re no longer fit for the road? Junk, and at times, a certain magical pull. The photo book “Lost Cars” shows abandoned cars and tells the story of how they were rediscovered.


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Light art on landscapes


Madrid-based artist Javier Riera calls his projects "Landscape Light Interventions". He projects large-format geometrical shapes onto natural objects like trees and mountains, then captures his creations in photos.


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Painter of the Night


Artist Silke Silkeborg has been painting the night sky for 10 years. There, she often sees what others cannot. As darkness gathers, she sets out in search of the light beyond the shadows.


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Bassins de Lumières - an extravaganza of light and color


Fabulous digital art displays line the walls of the cavernous spaces at an old submarine base in Bordeaux on the French Atlantic coast. The vast works reflect in the four enormous basins.


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Keeping a distance – artists in PVC bubbles


For his new photography project "Social Distance Stacks", Florian Mehnert has set up musicians and actors in PVC bubbles. He uses his art to raise awareness on the social impacts of social distancing in times of Corona.


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