Through the medium of film, Edin Bajrić from Bosnia documents his fight to gain permanent residency in Germany. We ask him how the trauma of fleeing his homeland and coming here as a refugee still influences his work today.
Renowned for ambitious guerrilla actions, the artist collective Center for Political Beauty unveiled their latest project: a replica of Berlin's Holocaust Memorial set up next to right-wing AfD leader Björn Höcke's home.
The Chinese artist's documentary on the world's flow of refugees has provoked mixed reactions, with some criticizing its visual aesthetic. As the film debuts in Germany, DW looks at other movies that deal with refugees.
The suspect reportedly tried to sell the document for $60,000, though it remains unclear how he obtained the treaty. The agreement ended the bloodiest war in Europe since World War II.
Germany’s Weimar Republic (1918-1933) was a colourful yet contradictory time marked by political, artistic and societal revolution. A new exhibition in Frankfurt showcases the art that stunningly captures the era.
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