DW-WORLD.DE takes a closer look at cultural events, issues and trends in Germany.
The latest play of the German theatre group Rimini Protokoll is based on a work, that after the bible, is one of the most widely sold books in the world -- "Das Kapital" by Karl Marx. (14.11.2006)
In their heyday, Berlin's salons were places where people who wanted to take part in the free exchange of ideas got together. The 18th century trend has been reintroduced in the capital and its gaining in popularity. (13.11.2006)
A spectacular laser wall of light, pinpointing where the communist-built Berlin Wall used to weave its way through the heart of the city, is in the planning. (12.11.2006)
For the last decade Japanese manga comics have increasingly elbowed their way into the German teenage world. The creators of manga heroes are often as young as their readers -- and are, increasingly, young women. (08.11.2006)
DW-WORLD.DE reports on the highlights from the Frankfurt Book Fair. (06.10.2006)
"The Bad and the Beautiful" is a new documentary about the legendary photographer Helmut Newton. DW talked to director Gero von Boehm about what made him controversial yet widely admired.
Before the Marvel Comics film "Black Panther" became a box office hit, superheroes were almost always white. A look back at how Black characters emerged.
The Rolling Stones isn't the only band to reject their work being exploited in political campaigns — and Donald Trump isn't the first US president to use their music at his rallies.
An exhibition in Hamburg entitled Gute Aussichten 2019/2020 showcases young photographers. They talk about their work and give voice to misgivings about the world of images and images of the world.
In the wake of the global Black Lives Matter protests, a social media campaign devoted to coronavirus misinformation is taking a new direction as celebrities hand over their Instagram accounts to political activists.
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