Alice Pasquini from Italy is one of the few female stars on the street art scene. She has sprayed walls around the globe and her home city of Rome. Recently she's been combining her art with 3D photography.
For the first time since the destruction of Palmyra by the IS, two artworks from the city have been restored. Italian archaeologist Maria Laurenti spoke with DW about the political hurdles and challenges of restoration.
Italian street artist Alice Pasquini is a star of her genre. Author Maike van den Boom in search of happiness. And: Why wood is playing an ever more important role as a building material in modern architecture.
A new art temple opens in London, exploring the sights of Rome, a Karl Lagerfeld retrospective and Art Basel.
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