The Lumière Festival of Light is bedazzling the British capital. Come nightfall, more than 50 works of art turn the city into a nocturnal art exhibition, offering a fresh perspective of renowned streets and landmarks.
Visionary, or monstrous architecture? Brutalist buildings are either loved or hated. Considered eyesores for decades, they're hip again — but many are still endangered. Germany is calling #SOSBrutalism.
As the ghosts of September 11 still haunt the world, London's Imperial War Museum has opened an exhibition featuring art created in the aftermath of the terrorist attack. Ai Weiwei and Gerhard Richter feature.
Dresden thought it was safe, protected by its architectural beauty. But 73 years ago, the city paid an enormous price for Hitler's war, suffering bombing attacks of a ferocity unparalleled in Germany.
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