The works by German painter Charline von Heyl are on display in the greatest museums in the US. But in Germany she is hardly known outside the art world. Now a solo exhibition of her work has just opened in Hamburg.
Titian was initially seen as an upstart in 16th-century Venice, but today he's considered a innovator who changed art history. An exhibition at Frankfurt's Städel museum shows the trail he blazed and its broader impact.
The show "World in Transition. Art of the 1920s" at Hamburg's Bucerius Kunst Forum mixes New Objectivity paintings and New Vision photographs. The artists, many scarred by WWI, sought to portray the world as it was.
Rembrandt, who died 350 years ago, has become one of the best known painters of the Dutch Golden Age. A series of celebrations across the Netherlands honoring him includes a look at his social support system.
Dense and compressed: Life in Hong Kong or Tokyo is challenging for its inhabitants. German photographer Michael Wolf has explored their reality through his award-winning works, now on show in Hamburg.
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