Focus on Germany: Distinguished Tradition in the Visual Arts

Their pavilion at the Venice Biennale won 2 Golden Lion in the past 10 years. Berlin has a museums island and is the place that many many artists call home. Their vaccination centres are not only giving their visitors a dose of vaccine but also one of art. They are the home country of many celebrated and well-known artists from Otto Dix to Paul Klee, from Anselm Kieffer to Katharina Grosse and many more! Focus on Germany and the arts!
Cover photo: Work by Katharina Grosse. ©Jens Ziehe

We all know that art transcends language. In all its forms, it conveys a range of emotions and stories – we don’t have to read the label to understand what message is being relayed through art.

This is why .ART is so proud to have adopters spanning the world: art truly has no geographical boundaries. The outstanding contributions by various nationals to the field of art history deserves attention and applause, and such is the case when it comes to German scholars like Immanuel Kant, Walter Benjamin and many others. German artists’ contribution to the richness of the arts is uncontested: Caspar David Friedrich, Die Brücke, Ernst Ludwig Kirchne, Der Blaue Reiter, Wassily Kandinsky, modern artists like The Becker and Joseph Beuys and the Düsseldorf School to Anselm Kiefer, Gerhard Richter, and contemporary ones includingRosemarie Trockel, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Ruff, Katharina Fritsch, and Thomas Schütte.  

Expressing your passion for the arts could be done more quickly and efficiently when you adopt a .ART domain. There is a multitude of advantages that come with adopting a .ART domain, no less so than having an instantly recognisable and highly marketable extension. Since its inception, .ART has vouched to serve the art community and innovate to offer solutions that artists and creatives want and need, such as a free website builder or the .ART Digital Twin. With our latest incredible milestones and the trust of more than 100 000 domain holders, the .ART Team feels highly energised to continue its journey.   

Why don’t we focus on some of our German adopters who recognised and valued what adopting a .ART domain means for their brand.  

Alex Libotte
Alex Libotte is a multi-talented individual living between Berlin and São Paulo. In his day-to-day life, he wears many hats by working within the creative, art and photography directions as well as working with brands on their experience and content. In his exciting career, he has worked with the likes of Nike, Volvo, L’Occitane, Coca-Cola and many more. We love his art direction project for Elle Decoration which is both Bauhaus and design inspired. 

Find out more about his incredible portfolio over at libotte.art  

Mai Nguyen
Mai is a Vietnamese illustrator from Kassel, Germany. Her work, which is mostly watercolour and digital, commended the attention of critics and fans alike. Her characters are enticing and are brought to life thanks to her artistic talents – whether they are human or animals. When she’s not focused on her art, Mai loves to sing, play the ukulele and dance!  

Dive into her universe by visiting her website maiberry.art  

Quintessenz
Hailing from Hannover and Berlin, artists Thomas Granseuer and Tomislav Topic work together under the name of Quintessenz. Internationally exhibited, they have taken part in residencies in Europe, Asia as well as America. Their art installations won them wide international recognition.  

Quicolourful is well known for their colourful site-specific art installations in which they reduce their work to the very quintessence of art itself: Color and Form. Their abstract and fundamental approach to colour and form let them create universal installations that enable the spectators to truly experience art. Their art is universal in their nature and has a strong impact on the spectator’s senses.” 

Take a look at their art and most recent projects quintessenz.art  

JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION
Since its inception in 2002, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION has been one of the most comprehensive private collections of time-based art. The collection is devoted to collecting, conserving, and presenting such art. It has two spaces, one in Berlin, the other in Dusseldorf, and enjoys strong international collaborations as well as a residency program that contributes to the ever-growing popularity and advancement of time-based art.

“It is therefore both a privilege and a responsibility to produce exhibitions, public programs, and publications that present a multitude of perspectives and voices, reflecting the diversity and dynamism of the social, cultural, and technological changes of our time.” 

Learn more about the collection on jsc.art  

Janine Wagner
Janine Wagner is a designer, art director and social media manager who has worked with creative and design agencies for more than 10 years. This Berlin-based talent has collaborated with many creatives: copywriters, photographers, programmers, and directors. She’s created work for clients such as Revlon, Triumph, Blush and Adidas, Greenpeace and WWF to name a few. The pastel addict and plant mom has worked hard to create amazing design projects and can boast about having many satisfied clients.

Give her website a visit to discover more about her multi-disciplinary practice janine-wagner.art 


Regardless of whether you would like to promote your name or your discipline, there is a stunningly wide choice .ART domains available just for you. Below are some ideas for our favourite German domain names that are still available for grabs 

  • Gesamtkunstwerk.art   
  • Gestalt.art  
  • Kunstwollen.art 
  • Unheimlich.art  
  • Auflagenkunst.art 
  • Kunstmuseum.art 
  • Kunsthistorisches.art 
  • Gemälde.art 
  • Bildhauerei.art 
  • Gegenwart.art  

Find your perfect domain by visiting get.art .ART domains start at $9.95   

.ART is proud to offer domains with a fair price predict algorithm, which gives fair access and ensures that desired domains land in the right hands within the art community. 

.ART Team
.ART Team
members are global citizens with interests ranging from art history to social justice. If we had an office cat we would have called it Basquiat.