Lars Nickel is a photographer and window washer in Berlin who's found a way to combine the two professions. The result is a photo book that offers a unique glimpse into the lives of Berlin residents.
Garry Kasparov, Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian are just a few of the top chess players David Llada has photographed. Ahead of the World Chess Championship, he discussed with DW how chess combines sport, art and science.
Described as the "Grand Old Man of German photography," Moses spent decades photographing Germans and Germany. While he captured many famous faces, he also shot regular people at extraordinary moments in history.
John Cage, Jim Jarmusch, Damien Hirst – all of them came to Berlin with the German Academic Exchange Services Artists-in-Berlin program. Facing today's nationalism, what's expected from the next generation of artists?
The digital realm is radically transforming photography, but is the artistic medium really at death's door? The Biennale for Contemporary Photography examines this question in a show spread across three German cities.
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