Adam Gusowski and Piotr Mordel founded the ironically-named "Club der polnischen Versager" - the "Club of Polish Losers" - in Berlin. Far from being a losing proposition, it’s a popular venue for theater and cultural events.
In the early 1800s, a British ambassador took sculptures from the Parthenon back to England. Greece has demanded their return ever since. With Brexit, Greece might finally have the upper hand in the 200-year-old spat.
A performance of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in New York City has opened a new chapter in an ongoing debate in the US about the limits of art and satire in a time of political division.
By winning a Golden Globe, Fatih Akin has finally obtained Hollywood's recognition. The German-Turkish director of "In The Fade" fully deserves the award, says DW's film expert Jochen Kürten.
A true icon of pacifism and class struggle as well as one of the most recognized German artists of the 20th century, Käthe Kollwitz was born 150 years ago. DW takes a look at her life and art.
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