Arts.21 celebrates two outstanding women, one from Turkey, one from the US. We also meet avant-garde choreographer Marco Goecke and pay a visit to Berlin's Schaubühne on tour in South Korea with a production of Ibsen.
Weightlessness. Rapture. Transcendence. Installations by American light artist James Turrell have it all. The trained astronomer and mathematician challenges our sense of perception. How does he do it?
The Bauhaus has turned 100! The legendary school of design, architecture, and applied arts was founded in Weimar one century ago. This week, we’ll find out more about its better and lesser-known stars, and the impact their work still has today.
It's an unusual encounter with astonishing results: Months ago, young musicians from Germany and India set out in search of common ground in Indian and Western classical music. Here is what they found.
Hollywood doesn't like Donald Trump, and the feeling is mutual. Movies have often put the relationship between Washington and the media under the microscope. Three recent films reflect that difficult relationship.
Tintin and his trusty sidekick Snowy have been fighting crime, solving mysteries and surviving controversy for 90 years. And the Belgian reporter continues to attract new fans.
People all over the world celebrate International Thank You Day on January 11. Here are some of our favorite musical expressions of gratitude.
Following World War I, artists all over the world proclaimed the "zero hour." The Bauhaus ideas centering around "a new design" were particularly influential — and they ended up spreading widely in the United States.
If you want to take pictures with your smartphone and quickly share beautiful photos, you need effective tools for image editing. DW Digital is testing the most popular apps. This week: "Cupslice Photo Editor".
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