Photographer Julian Faulhaber likes to wander the streets of night-time Berlin looking for his subjects. He sees what most people don't: a lonely filling station, for example. Most of his photos are devoid of people.
A global campaign to boycott goods and services from Israel is hitting the arts scene. Six artists due to appear at Berlin's Pop-Kultur festival this week have canceled.
While traces of divided Berlin are fast disappearing nearly 30 years since the fall of the Wall, a group of artists in the former East Berlin district of Pankow are trying to preserve a monument to a lost era.
Many compare Berlin in the '90s to New York in the '70s. The entire city was as a playground for art and night life. An exhibition recalls wild times in the exotic, unpredictable and productive capital.
He took pictures of raw landscapes, film crews and himself. The world-famous film director is also a photographer and early fan of the Polaroid camera. Discover gems from Wenders' collection of 12,000 shots.
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