The Second World War resulted in parts of Gotha’s world-renowned Cranach collection ending up in Moscow. After years of dispute between Germany and Russia, the paintings are now once again on display together.
The Pushkin Museum is bringing together Cranach paintings, including many from Germany that had been confiscated by the Soviets after World War II. Years of conflict lie behind the joint Russian-German exhibition.
As a historical Cranach exhibition takes place at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, the museum's former director Irina Antonova tells DW what it's like to work with looted art hidden in the basement.
Heard but not seen, a movie soundtrack lays the emotional foundation of a film. "Score" looks at the effect of film music on viewers, and honors exceptional film composers like John Williams and Hans Zimmer.
A small Scottish publishing house is behind the English translations of the crime novels that led to the German TV series "Babylon Berlin." Sandstone Press didn't know at first that the books would become a hit show.
The new album by German rock band Tocotronic deals with fear, love, loneliness and death. "Die Unendlichkeit", as the album is titled, is a deeply personal piece of art. And long overdue, given the band’s 25-year history.
With "Nijinski", the Gauthier Dance Company is paying homage to Russian ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky. The mesmerising ballet performance is choreographed by Marco Goecke.
Russia’s independent gaming scene between art, business, politics and censorship.
The German Goethe Institute is hosting an interactive exhibition titled ‘Games and Politics’ in Novosibirk, bringing together the country’s gaming scene.
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