The Pirelli calendar is known for beautiful women in sexy poses. This year, Hollywood stars pose for the camera, photographed by Peter Lindbergh. The 2017 edition shows less naked flesh, leaving more to the imagination
French photographer Dominique Nabokov photographs the living rooms of famous personalities such as Gérard Depardieu and David Chipperfield. The spaces - always void of people - reflect their owners' lifestyles.
More than just a means of transport: automobiles have been fascinating photographers for more than a century. Plus: a Bavarian brass band on a world tour -- and exciting new ways to cook a leg of lamb.
Photo blogger Phil Porter wants to spark people’s imaginations with his staged photographs. In his studio, he creates elaborate sets for his photographic worlds. He shows his pictures on the web and in exhibitions.
Brunhilde Pomsel was the secretary to Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels. Yet, she refused to see his crimes. A new documentary about the banality of evil forces viewers to ask themselves what they would have done.
How big is the world's smallest book? And which novel has been read the most? For UNESCO's World Book Day on April 23, we take a look at some quirky and impressive literary achievements.
Electro pop duo Milky Chance hail from central Germany. They recorded their debut album at home and released it online in 2013. They’ve since rocketed to fame, touring the world and topping the charts.
Otto Dix painted beggars and prostitutes, the underbelly of the Golden Twenties. He spared nobody in his uncomfortable work, least of all himself. “The Evil Eye” exhibition presents works from his Dusseldorf years.
Always online or on their phones, spoiled by their parents, reluctant to commit but at the same time the only people who actually understand the digital future. How does it feel to be a millennial?
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