Germany, home to roughly 80 million people, has a vibrant cultural scene.
This is a collection of DW's latest content related to the art scene.
An icon of European film who rose to global fame on the back of "La Dolce Vita," Federico Fellini's indelible mark on modern cinema has little faded 100 years since his birth.
Few filmmakers in the history of cinema are as famous as Federico Fellini. He is considered Italy's most popular directors, with his films having garnered countless awards. A tour of his iconic works.
Hank Azaria says he will no longer voice the Indian immigrant convenience store owner Apu on "The Simpsons." The decision follows long-running claims that the character of 30 years perpetuates racist stereotypes.
For four years the Tyrannosaurus rex, on loan from two patrons, was the star of Berlin's Natural History Museum. At the end of January 2020, Tristan Otto will move to Copenhagen to the Natural History Museum there.
On Sunday, famed British conductor Sir Simon Rattle reaches what in many sectors is considered retirement age. But the head of the London Symphony Orchestra seems far from leaving it all behind.
Love yourself and stay positive: that is the message of BTS — and people all over the world love them for it. Now the K-pop band focuses on the link between music and art. Berlin's Gropius Bau is one of their venues.
Berlin is in Petrenko fever: Kyrill Petrenko is the new principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic, and we have his inaugural performance this hour.
From Janis Joplin to Jimi Hendrix and Aretha Franklin, they all had their pictures taken by Linda McCartney. The exhibition "A photographer among musicians. Linda McCartney — the Sixties and More" showcases her works.
In 1942, leaders of the Nazi regime met in a mansion in the west of Berlin to plan the "final solution of the Jewish question." Here's what's new at the upgraded exhibition of the House of the Wannsee Conference.
In the south of Bavaria, on the border with Austria, lies a true natural paradise: We show you the Berchtesgadener Land from the drone perspective!
A trio of ancient clay artifacts was returned from Germany to Mexico, officials have said. The step comes amid an increase in international repatriation of cultural antiquities.
Spanish authorities had deemed the painting a national treasure and insisted it stay in Spain. The 83-year-old art collector, who owned the painting, was convicted of smuggling and sentenced to 18 months in prison.
The climate crisis might not the most pressing issue in Turkey, but citizens' awareness is growing. Interest for the traveling exhibition "Cartoons for Future," currently in Izmir, is proof that attitudes are changing.
Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie concert hall, the opera house in Cologne and Bonn's Beethovenhalle — prestigious projects often face exploding building costs and scandals. What is the problem?
Five years after the release of her first track "Ocean Eyes," Billie Eilish is more successful than ever. Now she's writing the title song to the latest James Bond movie. What is behind the Billie Eilish phenomenon?
Paavo Järvi, one of the world's most sought-after conductors, will again perform all nine Beethoven symphonies in 2020, the composer's anniversary year. In a DW interview, he explains why Beethoven remains so relevant.
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