Arts.21 meets the first Syrian refugee to write a book in German. Also on this edition: A dance theatre production about sex tourism in Thailand, bleak images from NSU crime scenes and a visit to architect Anna Heringer.
A bit of a diva, cool, and very intense: Marina Abramović is one the greatest artists of our time. She turns her life into art. Radical and ruthlessly frank, her body is her medium.
Star conductor Valery Gergiev interpreted this melodious adventure with the Mariinski ensemble at the Beethovenfest in Bonn. It was wonderful.
Hosam Katan's photographs of the horrors in Syria, Roberto Saviano's new book about the Mafia's youth gangs, Kiki Smith's intriguing art of the body and Benjamin Britten's War Requiem: A celebration of brave men and women.
The uprising by Jewish people entrapped in the Warsaw Ghetto 75 years ago has been well documented in art and literature. Here, a look at how the event has served as fodder in films.
Libraries have existed for more than 4,000 years. They may resemble a ballroom or a UFO, but no matter what they look like, they are great places to celebrate World Book Day 2018 on April 23.
Singer Conchita Wurst recently admitted to having been infected with HIV for years. Ulrich Heide, managing director of the German AIDS Foundation, told DW how people infected with the virus live with their condition.
As DW unveils its new art collection featuring two major Senegalese artists — the "Joseph Beuys of Africa," Joe Ouakam, and Paris-based Soly Cissé — we look at a booming trend in the global art market.
The most important prize in the country's gaming industry, the German Computer Games Awards selects innovative games in 14 categories. This year's winners include "Huxley," "Assassin's Creed Origins" and "Townsmen VR."
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