Architects Herzog & de Meuron are to build a new museum for Berlin. It’ll be placed between Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Nationalgalerie and the famous Philharmonie concert hall by Hans Scharoun - architectural icons.
We talk to US expats in Berlin about their current feelings about their homeland and their views on the upcoming Trump presidency.
After being rebuilt, the Palazzo Barberini now houses the prestigious Plattner collection and will be presenting temporary shows too. The exhibitions are "Impressionism: The Art of Landscape" and "Modern Art Classics".
Within a year of opening, the Berlin restaurant "einsunternull" received its first Michelin star. The concept is young, radical and sustainable. The chef wants to challenge diners in terms of both flavors and aesthetics.
Holocaust research as a wacky farce - can that work? Director Chris Kraus pokes fun at the hypocrisy of Germany’s culture of remembrance and sets the grandchildren of the perpetrators and victims on a collision course.
A critical edition of Hitler's notorious manifesto was published a year ago - and became a bestseller in Germany. Historian Peter Longerich discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the globally publicized work.
Bibi Bourelly quit school, and moved to the US -- to write songs. One of Bibi's songs was a big hit for Rihanna. Now, Bibi wants to strike out on her own -- as a singer.
Muhammad Ali was not just one of the greatest ever boxers. He was a media-savvy cultural icon who is part of the history of photography. On what would've have been his 75th birthday, we look at Ali as a photo muse.
Condolences poured in via Twitter from around the world after a truck crashed into a Berlin Christmas market Monday night. Many were quick to condemn the incident as a terrorist attack.
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