Arts.21 catches up with German Magnum photographer Thomas Hoepker; looks at the work of the 2015 winner of the German Prize for Architecture; heads to Venice for the Art Biennale, and asks whether eco-fashion is just a passing fad.
During his exile, Thomas Mann lived in a villa on the edge of Los Angeles. To honor its history, the German government purchased the house, which is now home to a residency program for outstanding cultural influencers.
Monk, revolutionary, innovator – a special edition focusing on Martin Luther. How did he change Christian throught and what impact did he have on art and literature? Luther: The myth and the man.
The Venice Biennale opens to the public on May 13th. Arts.21 finds out what’s hot and not this year and explores the work of two outstanding artists: Shirin Neshat and Anne Imhof.
Moroccan film, a visit to Tijuana, the singing conductor Barbara Hannigan, and poetic houses: architect trio RCR wins the lavishly endowed Pritzker Prize. Plus: the weird and wonderful world of German theater.
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