Lee Bofkin specializes in photographing graffiti. He now has more than 70,000 photos in his collection which is called Globalstreetart.com - the world's first online archive for graffiti. We caught up with him in London.
Street art is the ultimate form of democracy according to the curators of the new Museum for Urban Contemporary Art that has just opened in Berlin. But does street art belong in exhibition halls?
Fragments of speech and ethereal sounds reach the ears of passers-by in Bonn's government district: It's an installation developed by Norwegian artist Maia Urstad out of over 60 years of broadcasting activity.
It was once mocked for its exposed pipes. Never intended as a temple to high-brow culture, Paris' Centre Pompidou is a museum that doesn't look like one. It's as little elitist as necessary and as open as possible.
Deutsche Welle's Bonn headquarters have a long history of creating radio in 30 languages from around the world. For the city's newly appointed sound artist, Norwegian Maia Urstad, the broadcaster is a playground.
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