Dutch artist Levi van Veluw creates dynamic scenes, using thousands of wooden tiles. In his latest project, he revisits childhood memories. Donning a body suit glued with the tiles, he plays a part in his own installation.
There are millions of photos of Germany's chancellor, but the portraits by artists Colin Davidson and Elizabeth Peyton, created for magazine profiles in Time and Vogue, reflect the chancellor's international image.
From the construction boom to violence against women, refugees to the Gezi protests: a Berlin exhibition of modern Turkish photography captures the Bosphorus nation's turmoil through journalistic yet artistic images.
Birthdays, jubilees or official visits - the Queen is constantly showered with presents. Elizabeth II has been on the throne so long, by now, her collection of gifts contains some oddities indeed.
At the Berlin gallery "Dixit Algorizmi", you can have your portrait painted by robots. French artist Patrick Tresset came up with the idea of programming the robots so that they can draw pictures.
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