"What people do for money" - that’s the motto of Europe’s biggest roving biennial of contemporary art, held in Zurich. Hundreds of international artists are involved in refreshingly daring ways, throughout the city.
"What people do for money" is the motto of this year's Biennal of Contemporary Art in Zurich. Artists worked with local hosts such as an undertaker, a dog groomer and an employee at a sewage treatment plant.
'What people do for money' is the motto of this year's Biennial of Contemporary Art in Zurich. Artists worked with local hosts such as an undertaker, a dog groomer and an employee at a sewage treatment plant.
The German artist Christian Jankowski is the director of this edition of the contemporary art biennial Manifesta, held this year in Zurich. He tells DW why the arts need to get in touch with the rest of the world.
Producer Janine Jackowski puts films by and about women to the fore. Including Maren Ade's prize-winning Toni Erdmann.
The French novelist and member of the Academie Francaise has died at the age of 92. A very public figure in France, d'Ormesson was the author of some 40 works.
Answer the quiz and win CDs! We play a cover version of a hit from Germany, and you tell us: Who first sang the original of "The Power"?
Win CDs by Broilers, Three Fall, Alice Merton, Bausa.
What does living in Germany mean nowadays? Photographer Peter Bialobrzeski takes a closer look. His series "Die zweite Heimat" shows Germany for what it is – unadorned and honest. His pictures can be viewed in Hamburg's House of Photography.
After the "Jamaica" coalition talks aimed at building the next German government collapsed in Berlin on Sunday, Germany's top culture critics took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
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