A new art temple opens in London, exploring the sights of Rome, a Karl Lagerfeld retrospective and Art Basel.
Temple of art: The Tate Modern's Extension
The cultural event of the year for London is the opening of the Tate Modern's new extension, giving it 60 percent for space for visitors to explore. It was designed by renowned Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron.
Fashion designer and photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
For over 50 years, Karl Lagerfeld has been a top international fashion designer. He's also made a name for himself as a photographer. Now a retrospective in Florence, Italy is showing his entire photographic oevre.
The world's first 3D printed motorcycle
The "Light Rider" only weighs 35 kilogramms, is powered by an electric motor and can reach speeds of 80 km/h. The first motorcycle from a 3D printer was developed by the German company APWorks.
Touring Rome on a Vespa
Every year, some ten million tourists come to Rome. One authentically Italian way of taking in the city's sights is on a Vespa scooter. We give it a whirl, visiting sites like the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain.
The Olympics of the Art World: Art Basel
Art Basel is the world's largest modern art fair and the most difficult for gallerists to get into. Every year some 900 galleries compete for the coveted exhibition spaces. So how do you get to be among the lucky ones?