We profile the German make-up artist who has worked on some of the world's biggest celebrities and who has written a book on her trade.
A proposed law in Israel is designed to cut funding for cultural projects that are critical of the government. Can Culture Minister Miri Regev succeed in demanding "loyalty" from Israel's artists?
Paul Biya is set to be sworn in for a seventh term as president of Cameroon on Tuesday amid unrest, arrests and calls by the opposition for a vote recount.
Sawdust bread wrapped in barbed wire or a bloody butcher's block: a simple cube of oak wood bearing the traces of WWI was the starting point for the artworks in the exhibition "1914/1918 - Not Then, Not Now, Not Ever."
Young Romanians find themselves with limited options in a corruption-riddled society. Artists are highlighting the situation in their works, but where does the future point? Medana Weident reports from Piatra Neamt.
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