Partners in life and art: shaved heads and lots of make-up are their trademark. When the Berlin-based hermaphrodite couple married in 1991, the ceremony was an art performance. Since then, they've been a living artwork.
Artist Marcio Carvalho picked monuments dedicated to Germany's first chancellor, Otto Von Bismarck, and King Carlos I from Portugal for his performance series "Demythologize That History and Put it to Rest." Here's why.
If all the world's a stage, then all of Berlin is a canvas. Here, urban art is writ large. No bad thing, says Tamsin Walker, in a city where money is increasingly doing the talking.
A new film shows the dark side of pop art icon Nico, a singer and Andy Warhol's muse. Nico, 1988 depicts the tormented final years of the German-born model's life.
This hour, over 300 musicians from five countries give a performance of Benjamin Britten's "War Requiem" in the Cologne Philharmonie. The motto of this massive musical project: "May War Rest in Peace!"
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