Photographer Julian Faulhaber likes to wander the streets of night-time Berlin looking for his subjects. He sees what most people don't: a lonely filling station, for example. Most of his photos are devoid of people.
Part of Hamburg's Triennial of Photography, "Anton Corbijn: The Living and the Dead" showcases the Dutch photographer's timeless portraits of music idols — often deceased — from the last 40 years.
Composed of over 7,000 oil barrels, the sculpture by the revered artist floats on the Serpentine Lake in London's Hyde Park through September 23. It accompanies a retrospective of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's work.
The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is celebrating its 10th anniversary under the title "We Don't Need Another Hero." Yvette Mutumba of the curatorial team speaks about postcolonialism and contemporary art.
With his decade-long "art activism" project, the celebrated London-based photographer has explored the extreme impact of climate change-related flooding on people globally. He spoke to DW on the eve of his latest show.
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