Hasan Kale paints panorama images on tiny objects the size of a water melon seed. His favorite motifs are scenes of Istanbul.
Would Erdogan rather be compared to Hitler or an animal? An exhibition of Turkish caricatures in Germany shows where the boundaries of free speech are in Turkey a year after the failed coup attempt.
The Center for Political Beauty has launched a tongue-in-cheek call to assassinate Presidents Putin or Erdogan at the G20 in Hamburg. The artists say a dictator's presence is more provocative than anything they could do.
The new DW documentary accompanies artist Ai Weiwei during work on his own film. It depicts his life between Beijing, New York and Berlin, and is a very personal look at China's most famous artist living in the West.
Bugra Erol sees his future in Berlin - not in Istanbul. He's one of many Turkish artists who've fled repression. What are problems they've encountered? And how has being in exile affected their work?
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