Arts.21 speaks to Turkish writer Aslı Erdoğan, traces the motif of clouds throughout cultural history and discovers how a Charlie Hebdo cartoonist has fared since the 2015 terror attack.
Paintings, books, music – made by algorithms and computers, thanks to artificial intelligence. Could AI outshine human creativity? International artists and experts join in the Arts.21 talk at DW's Global Media Forum in Bonn.
Summertime is holiday time? Not at Arts.21! Our reporters were hard at work: meeting a heroic tenor, visiting an orchestra in South Africa's townships and swimming in the Rhine.
Richard Ford is a major American author – and one of the sharpest critics of President Donald Trump. His books are international bestsellers. His first great success came in 1986 with the novel "The Sportswriter".
A century ago, the opulent Ufa-Palast cinema opened in Weimar Berlin and became a venue for celebrated premieres — and later Nazi propaganda. Badly bombed, it was reborn as the Zoo Palast and remains a cinema icon.
Margaret Atwood's new novel, "The Testaments," takes readers back to the horrors of Gilead. But 34 years after "The Handmaid's Tale" was first published, is that world more fact than fiction today?
Two centuries after her birth, the composer, critic, impresario, pianist, celebrity, mother and Robert Schumann's wife — and not necessarily in that order — is recognized as a 19th century power woman.
Even 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the subject has lost none of its topicality. "Walking Through Walls" in Berlin's Martin-Gropius-Bau is a contemporary response to the subject of confinement.
British voters, it seems, stay polite even when they are angry: A Yorkshire man who told the British prime minister to leave his town is hailed as a hero, leading to a top Twitter trend.
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