The town of Kleve is staging an exhibition of works by Joseph Beuys. The artist, who died in 1986, spent several years there in the 1950’s.
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.
During the boom years of the coal industry, Joseph Stoffels delighted in photographing all things coal-related. Hundreds of his photos from this era are on display in a former mine-turned-cultural complex.
Yad Vashem, Israel's official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, presents an online exhibition of letters written by Jews during World War II. Many of them didn't realize they would be murdered shortly afterward.
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