A Berlin exhibition, "Kiss. From Rodin to Bob Dylan," presents works that span 150 years - all of them inspired by an intimate gesture of affection. Artists were simply obsessed with the topic around the year 1900.
Rodin's works are known around the world: "The Kiss," The Thinker," "The Gates of Hell." One hundred years after his death, the sculptor who took on the modern world continues to enthrall art lovers around the world.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Auguste Rodin’s death. His home city Paris is hosting a special exhibition. Known as the father of modern sculpture, Rodin’s most famous works include "The Kiss" and "The Thinker"
A former Berlin bank morphs into a temporary streetart gallery: "The Haus" opens April 1st. Plus: How "You'll never walk alone" became a soccer anthem. AND: Paris hosts a major exhibition in honor of Auguste Rodin.
There had been previous cases of far-right extremists setting fire to migrants' homes. But Mölln, 25 years ago, was the first time people died. Both the town and the victims are still struggling to come to terms with it.
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