Increasingly smartphones and drones are tracking our every move, blurring the boundaries between our public and private lives. A Berlin exhibition reflects on the impact of mass surveillance.
Increasingly, smartphones and drones are tracking our every move, blurring the boundaries between our public and private lives. A series of exhibitions in Berlin reflect on the impact of mass surveillance.
People were once more afraid of God's watchful eye; now they fear the state. Three parallel Berlin exhibitions on surveillance reveal its humorous side. But perhaps we laugh because we're terrified.
Acclaimed German painter Katharina Grosse shows her works in New York. Also on the show: How photography and surveillance are linked, how to fabricate fact from fiction and how Ennio Morricone composes his film scores.
All over world, women are taking the film industry by storm. What motivates them? And how did they get their break? Five filmmakers - all Berlinale Talents participants - tell us about their struggle for recognition on our Arts.21 Special.
It is a story of love, loss, and self-deception involving a woman who claims to be Anastasia, daughter of Czar Nicolas II of Russia. In his latest graphic novel, Simon Schwartz again takes on a historical figure.
The self-declared "panic rocker" and peace activist Udo Lindenberg flew high, fell far and came back "like a phoenix from the bottle." At the opening of his Panik City museum, here are some of the stages of his life.
Before his death at the age of 31, Keith Haring had made a name for himself in New York's pop scene for his use of seemingly simplistic drawings and biting political statements. His work is on display in Vienna.
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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