While walking round the city of Mannheim, it can be worth looking down at the ground. A number of light wells and air shafts have been turned into a subterranean showcase for art. As darkness falls, the show begins.
Italian art historian Francesco Spampinato has compiled an anthology of album covers by famous artists. They include Salvador Dalí, Banksy and Andy Warhol's iconic banana for The Velvet Underground.
Hot shots: Hollywood stars pose for the new 2017 Pirelli calendar. Plus: archictect duo Herzog & de Meuron make their mark in Berlin. And: delicious treats at the Aachen Christmas Market.
Is fashion dead? Lidewij Edelkoort tells DW why greed is eating away at fashion - and how technology can secure its future. She also explains how the rise of the right-wing in Europe and the US will change how we dress.
Berlin in the 1970's: spies lurk on both sides on the wall. 'The Same Sky' paints a portrait of the divided city in the middle of the cold war. A place where secrets, lies and paranoia are the order of the day.
Alexander von Humboldt climbed the Chimborazo volcano in 1802 and shaped our understanding of nature as a living whole. Andrea Wulf’s prizewinning book presents the legendary environmental pioneer.
Max Emanuel Cencic is one of the world's finest countertenors. His voice has a range of three octaves and it can wake the dead - at least on stage. We chat with him about stage fright and the erotic side of Handel arias.
With his camera, Wolgang Tillmans explores the big questions in life. The Tate Modern in London is honoring the German artist with an extensive exhibition.
A Dutch comedy show produced a video spoofing Trump, inviting him to put "the Netherlands second" - and it went viral. Now comedians throughout Europe are replying with their own fake ad.
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