Bartek Elsner is an urban artist in Berlin who trained as a graphic designer, but ever since rediscovering cardboard he's been thinking outside the box. We meet him and look at some of his installation-creations.
His satirical posters, full of wit and ridicule, critically tackle German society and politics, from Amazon to Angela Merkel. As Klaus Staeck turns 80, Essen's Folkwang Museum presents the work of the art rebel.
Post-its, rulers, staples and folders: in the new exhibit "Out of Office" in Bietigheim-Bissingen, near Stuttgart, visitors will be surprised to come across familiar objects from their daily workaday life.
A new law banning homelessness has taken effect in Hungary. The government argues the measure will save lives. Critics, meanwhile, call it barbarous and a criminalization of poverty.
Album covers not only give a first impression, they become an icon of the music they accompany. Some famous covers were designed by established artists. Do you know who created this Beatles artwork?
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