Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler likes to turn his lens on life beyond the mainstream. He spent three years researching New Age thinking and pseudo-science for his latest book.
Renaissance painter Pieter Bruegel's detailed depictions of peasant life are filled with humanity and unusual irony. Vienna's Kunsthistorische Museum showcases the world's largest exhibition of the master's works.
Although it may come as a surprise, East German graphic artists had more creative freedom than their counterparts in the West when designing movie posters. Graphic artist Detlef Helmbold tells DW why.
He was the grandson of composer Richard Wagner and like a stepson to Adolf Hitler. Wieland Wagner, credited with revitalizing the Bayreuth Festival after World War II, would have turned 100 this year.
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