What outrages audiences today, and why? Arts.21 looks at the mechanisms behind orchestrated media hype. And: Tom Tykwer sends Tom Hanks into the desert. Gerhard Richter paints the Holocaust. And Zubin Mehta turns 80.
Can music overcome boundaries? Of course! The Beethoven Festival’s Campus Project makes it possible. Plus: author Elif Shafak on democracy. And: the checkered history of the Haus der Kunst in Munich.
Why aren’t artists interested in the German election? How did the German Autumn of 1977 leave its mark? Why is Korean jazz vocalist Youn Sun Nah hailed as the next big thing? And do animals like good zoo architecture?
This man doesn’t just shoot photos – he creates images. Wolfgang Tillmans is one of the most exciting contemporary artists. In 2017 he’s being celebrated with several exhibitions. An Arts.21 with a special.
Most people only know author Stephen King by the film adaptations of his works. No one else can make audiences quiver in fear quite like he can. His movies are the stuff of nightmares.
Nick Cave is a musician, actor, filmmaker, and poet. Now he’s a comic book hero, too. Reinhard Kleist's latest graphic novel is "Nick Cave - Mercy On Me".
Take part in our quiz, and win great CDs! We'll play a cover version of a German hit. Just answer the following question:
He was the first African-American staff journalist at "Life" magazine. Despite segregation laws, Gordon Parks always expected his subjects to meet him eye to eye. His pictures shed a unique light on mid-century America.
With the world's highest number of startups per capita, Israel is a dream come true for many young entrepreneurs. DW went to Tel Aviv's DLD Innovation Festival to find out what makes the Israeli tech scene so successful.
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