Female artists in Germany are producing work that defies expectations. In a field still dominated by men, their work offers a refreshing perspective.
Katharina Grosse is one of Germany's top artists. Now a museum in Baden-Baden has devoted an entire exhibition to her work. At her Berlin studio, the artist is planning a piece for New York's MOMA.
Acclaimed German painter Katharina Grosse shows her works in New York. Also on the show: How photography and surveillance are linked, how to fabricate fact from fiction and how Ennio Morricone composes his film scores.
Women's emancipation influences the German media more and more, but some clichés still survive. How it's changed since the 1950s, where we are today, and what can women hope for in the future.
With the fate of the Great Barrier Reef hanging in the balance, Margaret and Christine Wertheim are crocheting to recreate the magnificent ecosystem and draw attention to climate change and ocean acidification.
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