Erwin Wurm is representing Austria this year at the Biennale in Venice. At his home country’s pavilion, visitors can become part of the art. Wurm’s works are always worth a second glance.
Want a change of perspective? Then check out the works of artist Erwin Wurm currently on show at the Biennale in Venice! Also: Brandenburg Gate stories, and on the road with two wedding planners in Mallorca.
Venice is hosting the prestigious art biennale. It's not just visual arts, but dance too which gets showcased. The dance biennale's freshly appointed new director, Montreal choreographer Marie Chouinard, is injecting the event with new talent who are willing to take on tough topics. As Megan Williams reports, this year’s biennale digs deep into painful social issues.
World famous artists like Austrian sculpture Erwin Wurm have cooperated with Murano glassblowers for one of the highlights of the Venice Biennale, Glasstress 2017.
The latest science-fiction film by the French director is the most expensive film ever made in Europe. The storyline might feel familiar - but fans are presumably into such movies for other thrills anyway.
Type "Amazon Brazil" into Google and the results list new books above the ancient rainforest. But as Tamsin Walker discovers, Berlin's independent booksellers are writing a new chapter in the history of the printed word.
Wieland Wagner, born 100 years ago as the grandson of composer Richard Wagner, received special attention from Hitler and brought unconventionial ideas to Bayreuth. Nike Wagner reflects on life as his daughter.
Would Erdogan rather be compared to Hitler or an animal? An exhibition of Turkish caricatures in Germany shows where the boundaries of free speech are in Turkey a year after the failed coup attempt.
Pooh Bear went missing on Chinese social media, most likely because he looks so much like one of the country's most powerful men - President Xi Jinping.
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