Andy Spyra spent ten years of his life travelling to and photographing war zones. Still, he does not consider himself a war photographer. His portraits show the drama of war and convey a sense of empathy.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Christians made up approximately 20 percent of the population of the Arab world. Today, only about five percent of the Arab world is Christian.
He travels to Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Nigeria.There's hardly any war region that he hasn't visited. And usually, he comes back with highly moving pictures.
Fifty years ago, "2001: A Space Odyssey" revolutionized science fiction. Now, an exhibition in Frankfurt marks Stanley Kubrick's unique cinematic trip into the cosmos.
How would a man weigh up the predicament of women in Saudi Arabia? In "Saras Stunde" (Sara’s Hour) by Iraqi exile Najem Wali, his courageous heroine seeks to settle the score with the kingdom's hypocritical and male-dominated society.
Rea Garvey only achieved his big breakthrough after moving to Germany. For his latest album, the Irish musician returned to his roots. We accompany him on a creative break in Ireland.
Facebook is under investigation over its handling of personal data belonging to some 50 million Facebook users. The scandal is no big surprise to Paolo Cirio whose subversive art shows just how much information we surrender to net giants.
Facebook has blocked various pictures of paintings and sculptures on display in museums and public spaces — only to apologize briefly afterwards.
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