We've all seen Marilyn Monroe in a white dress standing over a subway ventilation. The iconic image is Sam Shaw's most famous, but certainly not his most moving. His work is now on show in Germany.
Arts.21 goes to Wittenberg where Luther triggered the Reformation 500 years ago. We visit international art exhibitions devoted to this controversial religious figure.
In the autumn of 1517, Martin Luther published his 95 theses, attacking the Pope and corruption within the Roman Catholic Church and thus sparking the Reformation. But who was the man behind the myth?
There were many influential Christian reformers apart from Luther. A show called ‘The Luther Effect’ at Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau shows their impact on the world – from Tanzania to Korea.
Berlin Volksbühne's new theater director starts off his first season with a dance performance and Samuel Beckett. Chris Dercon told DW how he wants to experiment on stage and how he's working hard to be accepted.
Monk, revolutionary, innovator – a special edition focusing on Martin Luther. How did he change Christian throught and what impact did he have on art and literature? Luther: The myth and the man.
Until a few years ago, Anne Imhof was relatively unknown. Now she is representing Germany at the Biennale. Arts.21 explores her meteoric rise and her boundary-breaking performance works.
The German Pavilion in Venice was built in 1909 and then revamped by a Nazi architect. Artists from Nam June Paik to Christoph Schlingensief have risen to the challenge that this poses. We look at the best moments.
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