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Jan-Martin Müller

We love his presence on stage and screen and are inspired by his charisma.

Photo by: Pascal Bünning
Jan-Martin Müller

Jan-Martin Müller - S-H Collection - Photo: Pascal Bünning

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Jan-Martin Müller

Jan-Martin Müller - S-H Cashmere Long Sleeve Polo - Photo; Pascal Bünning

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Jan-Martin Müller

Jan-Martin Müller - S-H Cashmere Long Sleeve Polo - Photo; Pascal Bünning

Jan-Martin Müller
Jan-Martin Müller

Jan-Martin Müller, Photo by Pascal Bünning

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Jan-Martin Müller

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Jan-Martin Müller

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  • About

    Born: 1984

    Height: 188 cm – 6′ 2” ft/in

    Weight: 84 kg – 185 lb.

    Body type: Athletic-sporty

    Size: 94

    Skin type: White, central European

    Hair colour: Brown

    Hair length: Medium

    Eye colour: Blue-green

    Nationality: German

    Languages: German (mother tongue), English (fluently), French (basic) dialects Franconian (native)

    Voice: Baritone

    Skills (sports): Soccer, golf, horseback riding, swimming, skiing, snowboarding, tennis, volleyball

    Licences: A1 (motorcycle), B (car)

    Immediate working area: Berlin 1st residence Berlin other possibilities of accommodation Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt, London.

     

  • Education

    Education: 2006 to 2009 ETI Europäisches Theater Institut

     

  • Film

    •2016: Perception of Peace (Feature Film/SR), Director: Dave Ardito

    •2015: Auf dem Rücken der Pferde (TV/L), Director: Volker Schwab

    •2015: Real Soldiers (Short Feature Film/L), Director: Andrew English

    •2014: The Lost Ones (Short Feature Film/L), Director: Dima Lochmann

    •2014: Zurück auf Ende (Feature Film/L), Director: Chirus Guder

    •2013: Moritz (Short Feature Film/L), Director: Stefanie Maier

    •2012: Bodyfusion (Short Feature Film/L), Director: Mo Jäger

    •2012: Pixelmacher (TV/L), Director: Katja Möhl

    •2011: Berlin Hostel (TV-Pilot/L), Director: Kirim Luca Schiller

    •2011: Magic Lighter (Feature Film/SR), Director: Romina Seiz

    •2011: Ewig und drei Tage (Art Film/SR), Director: Elke Thalhammer

    •2011: MTV Home (TV/SR), Director: Thomas Martiens

    •2011: MTV Home / 99 Dinge (TV/SR), Director: Thomas Martiens

    •2010: Aller Tage Abend (Short Feature Film/L), Director: Johanna Maria Knothe

    •2010: Drei (Feature Film/SR), Director: Tom Tykwer

     

  • Theatre (excerpts)

    • 2014
      Die goldene Elf
      Regie: Claudia Sennecke
      Bühne: Ballhaus Ost / Berlin
    • 2013
      Vollkommen leblos, bestenfalls tot
      Regie: Claudia Sennecke
      Bühne: div. Spielorte Hamburg
    • 2012
      Samstagsveranstaltung!
      Regie: Claudia Sennecke
      Bühne: div. Spielorte Hamburg
    • 2010
      Weisst du wer Mister Pink kennt?
      Regie: Claudia Sennecke
      Bühne: div. Spielorte in Berlin / Hamburg / Dresden
    • 2009
      Sommer 14 – Ein Totentanz
      Regie: Rolf Hochhuth
      Bühne: Urania / Berlin
    • 2009
      Mir gehts gut
      Regie: Friedo Solter
      Bühne: Europäisches Theater Institut / Berlin
    • 2008
      Von heut an wollen wir gut sein
      Regie: Bozena Baranowska
      Bühne: Maxim Gorki Studio / Berlin
  • Awards/Prizes

    • 2016 Best Acting Award for “The Lost Ones” at the Munich Underground Film Fest
    • 2016 Founders Award for “The Lost Ones” at the 5th North Carolina Film Awards
    • 2015 Bronze Remi Award for „Moritz“ at the 48th Houston International Film Festival
    • 2014 Tadgell´s Bluebell Honor Award for „Moritz“ at the 17th Auburn Int´l Film Festival for Children and Young Adults (Sydney)
  • Contact

    ten4you GmbH
    Marienstr. 19/20
    10117 Berlin
    Phone: +49 30 284821 50
    Mobil: +49 163 8364968
    Fax: +49 30 28482159
    Email: ten@ten4you.de
    Agentur: www.ten4you.de

    Email: hello@janmartinmueller.com
    Web: http://www.janmartinmueller.de

MAXIMILIAN MAGNUS

Painter. Illustrator. Graphic Artist. Film Artist

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FILM ART

"Die unverblümte Reflexion meiner Emotion"

  • Artist Statement

    The world is my stage, both with regards to the every day as well as to grand gestures: large paintings, complex stage design, international collaboration or teaching at my school is just as much part of my multi-layered artistic work, as the interior design of my flat or the preparing of my meal – I create aesthetic composition in each and every aspect of my life.

    Painting is the backbone of my work. I create large, abstract-expressionistic images, diptychs or triptychs, which have reign over the space they populate. I work with acrylics, lacquer, charcoal and pencil, and gestural lines, drips and planes. The canvas is often unstretched and stapled to the wall or floor, so that it can take my whole body and energy.

    I am not necessarily careful and work physically with my entire body, in order to leave powerful gestures. Emotions, which I carry inside of me, I transfer and materialize. I am not an intellectual, but emotional painter, who is inspired by the tidal waves of his own life experiences.

    Construction and destruction of colors, lines and planes are united as one entity to create something on the canvas that touches people. A transference through matter.

    Music and dance are the origin of art and most definitely the origin of my own art. As a six year old I was already dancing ballet. This moving of my body as an expression of emotion is still visible in the way I bring color onto the canvas. It is not a tentative scurrying, but powerful and broad movements, energy, which is worked into the canvas, into a two dimensional state.

    My collages and video works are more conceptual and I point out existing opposites and human relationships: poor/rich, beautiful/ugly, male/female. Every person beholds such opposites and needs to unite them in order to unfold their full potential. Flower works, a series of collages, refers especially to the female aspect of a man: „Only when I discover, embrace and honor my own femininity do I become whole and make full use of abilities and opportunities.“ Not only I, but all and everyone should be given the chance to reach their potential and experience the power of their creativity and own being.

    In order to offer space for such creative and spiritual exploration, I founded the Kulturegg in 2004 which encompasses the Children’s Art Academy, the Academy of Scenic Painting & Arts and Studio Schmidbauer. Through the various foundations we can offer theatre, pottery and painting workshops for children and a fully acknowledged apprenticeship of scenic painting and arts for 18 to 30 year olds.

    At Studio Schmidbauer we realize large productions for international theaters, operas and fairs. Set design, conception and interior design is realized for a.o. Robert Wilson, Rufus Wainwright and Xavier Naidoo. At the very base of this complex construct is my mother’s work, academy and praxis: Life counseling and spiritual development. Konstanze Schmidbauer is a cultural educator and has been leading and devising meditation seminars, painting and sculpting workshops and conceptions for contact with spiritual worlds for over 40 years. Her work and personality ties the Kulturegg and its various components into one whole.

    The world is one of constant change. I aspire to contribute to this global moving with a holistic approach of being and working. Move the World, is a platform that I founded, a movement and header that subsumes my artistic and social projects with which I wish to establish an awareness of a new, more peaceful world, also beyond my own life time.

    KIKUAK is part of this movement, just as much as my music, performance and artistic collaborations or various art works.

  • Curriculum Vitae

    Born 1984

    Lives and works in Berlin

    Education

    2004-2007 Scenic painting | Atelier Schmidbauer, Unteregg, Germany & Louis Lepoix School, Baden-Baden, Germany

    Selected Exhibitions (Solo *)

    2016 Art Basel Miami | Miami, USA What’s Up 2.0 | London, UK #1 | Millerntor Gallery | Berlin, Germany #6 | Millerntory Gallery | Hamburg, Germany

    2015 Neusicht | Kunst & Kulturfestival | Neubad Luzern, Switzerland Macrocosmi / Patterns of a new Order | Berlin Art Week | Berlin, Germany 1a Coletiva Experimenta | Galeria Lume | Sao Paulo, Brazil #5 | Millerntor Gallery | Hamburg, Germany

    2014 #4 | Millerntor Gallery | Hamburg, Germany

    2013 I’mpossible | CU1 Gallery Miami | Miami Art Basel, Switzerland Thresholds | Trafo | Stettin, Poland Transkriptionen | Mila Kunstgalerie | Berlin, Germany Musaramix Festival | Performance comissioned by MOMENTUM | Jerusalem, Israel Earnest | CSC Gallery | Berlin, Germany * ICONIC | Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 26 | Berlin, Germany Groupshow | Wagner Möbel Manufaktur | Mindelheim, Germany

    2012 Travelling Souls | Performance at MOMENTUM | Berlin, Germany Earnest | RosaCaleta | Berlin, Germany Groupshow | MW – Manufaktur Showroom | Mindelheim, Germany New works | Studio 49 | Berlin, Germany 2011 Art & Design Barcelona – BB | Barcelona-Berlin Showcase | Barcelona, Spain Groupshow | Wagner Möbel Manufaktur | Mindelheim, Germany Emotion | KD Private Showroom | Berlin, Germany * Immersion | EVIVA Showroom | Berlin, Germany *

    2010 Moscow “Qui Vive?” II | Moscow, Russia International Biennale | MOMA, Moscow, Russia Momentum | Noni – curated by Isabella Vatter | Munich, Germany Interdisciplinary | Crucible Studio | Berlin, Germany Max @ kroom | kroom design | Munich, Germany * 1. Mai | Studio Schmidbauer | Unteregg, Germany * Solo | Wagner Möbel Manufaktur | Mindelheim, Germany * 2009 Flow | Studio Schmidbauer | Unteregg, Germany *

    2008 Solo | Willem de Kooning Studio | NY, USA *

    2007 Groupshow | Medici Center | Bayreuth, Germany

    Selected visual design projects

    2009 Visual design for the afterparty of Rufus Wainwright & Norah Jones at the De Kooning Studio, NY, USA

    2009 Visual design for an installation by Andrey Bartenev, East Hampton, NY, US

    2008 Visual design for Rufus Wainwright & Jessye Norman at De Kooning Studio, NY, USA

    Selected Scholarships & Awards

    2006 Scholarship at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, NY, USA

    Selected Residencies 2015

    Tofiq House, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    2014 Tofiq House, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    2010 Willem De Kooning’s East Hampton Studio, NY, USA

    2009 Summer programme Watermill Center NY, USA

    2008 Willem De Kooning’s East Hampton Studio, NY, USA

    2008 Summer programme Watermill Center, NY, USA

    2007 Summer programme Watermill Center NY, USA

    Foundations & direction

    2009 Co-founder of AIR programm at Willem De Kooning’ East Hampton Studio, NY, USA

    2007 Children Arts Academy, Unteregg, Germany

    2007 Take over of Studio Schmidbauer, Unteregg, Germany

    2007 Founding of Academy of Scenic Painting and Arts, Unteregg, Germany

    2007 Founding of the Kulturegg, Unteregg, Germany

  • Contact & More Information

    Magnus Maximilian
    Studio Berlin
    Viktoria-Luise-Platz 9
    10711 Berlin
    Germany

    Tel.: +49 176 22 51 4569

    Web:

    http://www.maximilianmagnus.com


    E-Mail:

    info@maximilianmagnus.com

    Instagram:

    http://www.instagram.com/maximilianmagnus

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