London holds its own alongside New York as one of the world's leading global art hubs. But how will the Brexit vote affect the art market there? It's a subject of heated debate in the art world - and at Frieze London.
When the Theaterlabor Bielefeld launched its "Cafe Europa," there was no talk yet Great Britain leaving the EU. Now people involved in the cultural scene are wondering about what effect a Brexit would have on artists.
Axel Scheffler, the German illustrator of a popular children's book, "The Gruffalo," has lived in Britain for 36 years. Faced with a looming Brexit, he tells DW that he is both angry and disappointed.
Now in its seventh year, Berlin Art Week aims to showcase the capital's prodigious cultural scene to the global art world. DW talks to organizer Moritz van Dülmen about the week's growing momentum, and future prospects.
The Kaiserring, or Goslar Award for Modern Art, is one of the most renowned art prizes in Germany. Tillmans, a former Turner Prize winner, is the 2018 recipient for his photography "between poetry and disillusionment."
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