Italian mixed-media artist Maurizio Cattelan has played the role of the art world's jokester for more than 2 decades. He became known for his life-size satirical sculptures. His bizarre works are now on show in Paris.
Dutch company +31architects specializes in floating houses. This is one way Amsterdam creates new living space. A new floating neighborhood named Schoonschip, or ‘Clean Ship‘, is being built entirely on water.
The oil of the Damask rose is the world’s most expensive. The largest area for growing the roses is Bulgaria’s Valley of Roses. The blossoms are harvested in the early-morning hours and distilled into oil the same day.
Steffen Dam of Denmark makes astonishingly realistic sea creatures of glass. They float in cylinders like biological specimens. Now, he‘s Denmark’s highest-earning glass artist.
It's not easy to laugh right now. But finding cheerful distraction during the coronavirus crisis is legitimate, says DW film expert Jochen Kürten. He has selected 10 legendary comedies for home viewing.
An ultra-Orthodox Jew leaves her community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and finds freedom in Berlin. Deborah Feldman's bestselling memoir has been adapted into a series that reveals life in a secluded world.
Another pillar of Germany's culture has been canceled because of the coronavirus crisis: the Bayreuth Festival. Here is a look back at the past crises that disrupted the renowned event featuring Richard Wagner's works.
Museums are closed, but the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie is still on show — online. Germany's largest photo festival, usually held in Ludwigshafen, Heidelberg and Mannheim, offers a digital version of the exhibition.
It might be difficult for some people, especially children, to understand why we all of a sudden have to isolate. A look at some of the online content that can help explain why it's key.
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