In the first episode of our new series about imitations we take a look at how copies of famous artworks - not to be confused with illegal forgeries - are an important economic sector of the art market.
From torn-out pages advertising alcohol products in foreign magazines to the demise of independent wine blogs, Lithuanians are adapting to new restrictions on alcohol advertising. Daiva Repeckaite reports.
A giant bronze statue of the namesake of Marxism has arrived in the German city of Trier, where the revolutionary socialist thinker was born 200 years ago. The artwork, a gift from China, didn't please everyone though.
The Italian painter's recently discovered portrait of Christ, "Salvator Mundi," has sold for a record-breaking $450.3 million (€382 million). The artwork, which went missing for several years, was once traded for $60.
The controversy over the awarding of an Echo, the German music industry's most important prize, to a rap duo singing anti-Semitic lyrics has continued to grow, with musicians returning their own honors in protest.
© 2018 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version