In June 1995, the artist duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude made headlines around the world by wrapping the Reichstag building in Berlin. Now on the project's 20th anniversary, we take a look at an undertaking that broke many records.
A German court has given a man a suspended sentence for importing and failing to demilitarize two British tanks. The tanks were later revamped with rainbow paint for an anti-war art project by designer Harald Glööckler.
Peng!'s "Haunted Landlord" project has taken to trolling rogue landlords with phone calls, relaying accounts of tenants past. Many were evicted as landlords sought profit, all while Germany's housing crisis worsens.
Marcel Dettmann, resident DJ at Berlin's storied Berghain techno club, and renowned photographer Friederike von Rauch have collaborated on a new Paris exhibition. They spoke to DW about how techno can meet art.
The German capital's art scene includes installations far from state museums that evoke local history — for a limited time only. DW columnist Gero Schliess stumbles across two and is impressed by the stories they tell.
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