Michael Nast appears to have struck a chord with his bestseller on young Germans’ reluctance to commit to relationships. For months his readings have been drawing crowds of rapt – and at times cheering listeners.
"Regeln am Band" (Rules on the assembly line) is ostensibly about a meat industry that has also become a ground zero for coronavirus. But Yulia Lokshina's award-winning documentary is really about the people involved.
100 years ago, women were finally allowed to study at art academies. Yet today, they still are eclipsed by their male colleagues. The book "I Love Women in Arts" plans to change that.
Classical music is a largely European, even Eurocentric art form. Yet there are largely neglected composers with African roots worth getting familiar with.
Cologne-based media artist and student of Wim Wenders', Johanna Reich, talks to DW about the influence of the digital world on our values, highlighting opportunities for pluralism to unfold online.
In the wake of the global Black Lives Matter protests, a social media campaign devoted to coronavirus misinformation is taking a new direction as celebrities hand over their Instagram accounts to political activists.
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