To grab people's attention and raise environmental awareness, artists, musicians and activists have turned to more visual ways of getting the message across - including sometimes drastic measures.
Barely a century ago, the invention of photojournalism turned the press landscape upside down. A new exhibition at Berlin's German Historical Museum reimagines a photographic revolution.
Berlin-based architect Diébédo Francis Kéré has unveiled his Serpentine Pavilion in London's Kensington Gardens. He is the first African to be commissioned for the project created annually by renowned architects.
Promoted as "the most valuable Banksy collection," the new Berlin exhibition featuring works by the elusive street artist can leave fans with a bitterly ironic aftertaste.
For 16 years, Helmut Kohl led Germany – including through the process of reunification. A passionate supporter of Europe, the conservative politician divided opinion among artists and intellectuals.
Remembering Helmut Kohl. Germany’s reunification chancellor has died. The debate about artistic freedom in Russia and the global burkini controversy. A DW documentary gets up close and personal with Ai Weiwei.
The Association of German Architects only awards its grand prize every few years. This year, it went to Swiss architect Peter Zumthor who is famous for his uncompromising, timeless designs.
A DW film team followed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei for a year, accompanying him from Idomeni, Greece to Berlin. He met many refugees along the way and highlights their plight in his art.
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