Yadegar Asisi presents his latest 360° panorama entitled "Titanic". We also visit some grey seal pups on the island of Heligoland and find out how a new Black Forest schnapps was created.
Van Gogh all around: a multimedia exhibition immerses visitors in the post-impressionist’s works. Plus: tickling the ivories: pianist Maksim Mrvica. And: wrapped up as a straw bear: Euromaxx reporter Max Merrill.
March 20 is the International Day of Happiness. Euromaxx wants to know what makes you happy. What inspires you, what puts you in a good mood or makes you satisfied?
Typically British? Martin Parr's new photo exhibition in pre-Brexit London. Plus: All electric? Impressions from the Geneva Motor Show. And anything but conventional? Star chef Tim Raue shares his secrets to success.
After conquering Hollywood with his directorial debut, "Get Out," Jordan Peele is back with "Us," a horror film with a middle-class African-American family in the center. It stars Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke.
We meet Masha Gessen, a Russian-American journalist and writer. She's being honoured with the Leipzig Book Award for European Understanding for her book: "The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia."
Only one historically verified portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach exists, but the great composer left us with diverse visual motifs — and inspired a new one! DW presents a sample, from Leipzig to Lübeck and God to Google.
Bremen is dedicating a special exhibition to its most famous musicians who came to life in a Brothers Grimm fairly tale 200 years ago. The show also illuminates the contemporary relevance of the Bremen Town Musicians.
What started as an online student directory aimed at ranking women by their looks quickly grew into the world's most popular social media platform. But as DW's Courtney Tenz argues, we might be happier Facebook free.
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