Handmade in Germany is a project where famous manufacturers join forces with top designers for an amazing exhibition in the German capital.
Run-down façades, punks and ordinary workers: An exhibition in Berlin shows the works of Harald Hauswald, who simply wanted to document everyday life — without knowing that the Berlin Wall would one day come down.
His satirical posters, full of wit and ridicule, critically tackle German society and politics, from Amazon to Angela Merkel. As Staeck nears his 80th birthday, Essen's Folkwang Museum presents the work of the art rebel.
Following on from a London retrospective of legendary British sculptor and pop artist Eduardo Paolozzi, a Berlin exhibition celebrates the experimental side of the artist's influential oeuvre.
Gianni Versace may have been an Italian designer, but his ties to Germany go way back, and his fame extends worldwide. An exhibition in the German capital celebrates the 40th anniversary of the iconic fashion house.
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