Arts.21 is touring the world with Indian conductor Zubin Mehta in Kashmir, Bulgarian artists at a demonstration in Sofia, an Israeli photographer in Berlin and an orbituary for the actor Otto Sander.
Newly discovered photos taken by the secret police of the former East Germany are as laughable as they are outrageous. Also on the show: We profile young pianist Igor Levit and look at the titles on the shortlist for the German Book Prize.
Masterpieces by Velázquez, El Greco and others are on view in a special exhibition in Berlin.
Trying to reconnect with his career-driven daughter, a father assumes many different guises. Maren Ade's "Toni Erdmann" was a surprise hit at the Cannes Film Festival. Now the tragicomedy's premiering in the cinema.
Internet debates can all too easily escalate into personal attacks or "flame wars". But often, they are instigated by computer identities pretending to be humans. These are social bots. Are they a threat to democracy?
Christoph Bangert has been to Iraq, Afghanistan and other war zones. He directs his gaze where other war photographers normally put their lens caps on. His images capture the absurd, the banal and the everyday.
Discover culture. Germany is becoming a crossroads for the creative scene of the 21st century. The world is watching to see what's taking shape in Berlin and beyond.
Great Spanish art and the best German film of the year.
Works by Alexander Calder, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, all masters of delicate balance, are on show in a comprehensive exhibition put on by the Fondation Beyerler in Basel. It's both convincing and enchanting.
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