Between the years 1892 and 1910 Norwegian painter Edvard Munch created four different versions of ’The Scream‘. Despite its gloomy motif the painting is one of the most reproduced art works ever. We look at the history of this masterpiece.
Entertainers, families, and entrepreneurs modeled for photographer August Sander. His portraits of German society marked a turning point in the history of photography, and can now be seen at an exhibition in Cologne.
Record revenues, crises — where is German cinema headed? A look back at the topics that dominated film in 2018, and what lies ahead. Are streaming services a threat — and what about climate change?
Real or fake, America has become lodged in the popular imagination. A new exhibition of work by US artists explores this mythology and reconsiders what people can understand as "American."
A centenary exhibition in Paris' Grand Palais explores the broader legacy of French sculptor Auguste Rodin 100 years after his death.
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