Curator Ralph Rugoff promised powerful images. And the New Yorker has lived up to his pledge. The Biennale's Central Pavilion showcases a lively mix of different media. The exhibition is entertaining and insightful!
One of India’s most famous architects is now in his nineties. In his career, he and his team realized over 100 projects – among them public buildings like universities, but also neighbourhoods where people from all social levels live together.
Up to 3000 day trippers visit the island every day during the season. It may be small, but there is plenty to see - architecture, geology, flora, fauna, sea and sky, and Nazi-era ruins.
Heligoland is a small archipelago that belongs to Germany 70 km out in the North Sea. The main island is made of unusual red sandstone. Lukas Stege went exploring.
DR Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi visits Tanzania and Burundi, to boost the chances of his country joining the East African Community +++ WHO emergency panel meets on Ebola after Uganda deaths+++South Sudan government shuts down five embassies for lack of funds.
Has US President Donald Trump just thrown open the 2020 presidential election to foreign spies? Is he a threat to national security? And is his tough stance with Europe over 5G technology strengthening China?
The Day's Brent Goff speaks with Julianne Smith, former Deputy National Security Advisor to Vice President Joseph Biden during the Obama administration.
Our host Lukas Stege takes the ferry to the North Sea archipelago, enjoying a stiff breeze along the way. Upon arrival, he goes on a tour of inspection, greets guillemots, cracks crabs and sings sea shanties.
German boat captain Pia Klemp is facing a prison sentence in Italy for allegedly aiding illegal migration. She is a member of the NGO Sea Watch, which deploys vessels to rescue asylum seekers trying to escape Libya and reach Europe by boat. Keith Walker speaks with DW's Italy correspondent Megan Williams who begins by going into more detail about what Klemp is accused of.
50 kilometers (31 mi) off the German North Sea coast you will find the tiny archipelago of Heligoland. No cars, not even bicycles — no noise, just good air. A square kilometer of island bliss between sky and sea.
Istanbul’s holding a repeat election for mayor. The opposition senses fraud in the works. A German father’s looking for his sons in Syria. They had joined the Islamic State Terrorist group.
A German father’s looking for his sons in Syria. They fought for the Islamic State Terrorist group. German authorities see IS fighters as a security risk and set conditions for their return.
Cartoonist Miguel Fernandez has made it his mission to get to the heart of German culture — and make fun of it. Here are more of his chuckle-provoking images.
German photographer York Hovest has been documenting the unspeakable damage being done to the world's oceans. But with his project "Heroes of the Sea," he also intends to pay tribute to his heroes, the people working hard to preserve the life and beauty of the sea.
Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui will travel with Cameroon as defending champion to the Africa Cup 2019. He talks to us about winning the title in 2017, the importance of the biggest African sporting event and his time as a student in Germany.
Nobody expected the Thai elections to be completely free and fair, says Thai leader of the opposition Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit. His party came in third in elections in March. But the vote has been criticized for being rigged in favor of the military.
Housing shortages and rising rent costs: a growing problem for big European cities like Amsterdam. We accompany Amsterdam locals as they search for a place to live, and find out what impact rising rents are having on the development of our cities.
Iran's top diplomat has vowed to work with the EU to preserve the Iran nuclear deal – despite opposition to it from Washington. He was speaking after meeting his German counterpart in Tehran for talks aimed at salvaging the landmark 2015 pact.
Dr. Aleksander Alekseev, a friend of detained Russian investigative journalist Ivan Golunov, revealed his diagnosis to DW. Citing the Moscow hospital where Golunov was treated, Alekseev, a physician in Berlin, said the symptoms showed he was beaten.
Whenever government affairs allowed, King Ludwig II fled to the countryside. He had lodges and palaces built at some of the most beautiful spots in the mountains. We present some of his royal refuges.
On 1 May 2004, ten states joined the EU, including the small country of Slovenia. The country's speciality is Buckwheat bread.
It is the longest bread in the EU - the French baguette. Georg Matthes bakes it in the new episode of Baking Bread and finds that even the baguette does not stick to the famous 35-hour week of the French.
Swedish crispbread is as hard as the long winter and as thin as our ozone layer - unless we listen to young Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg. Georg Matthes bakes crispbread in the new episode of Baking Bread.
Stivi and Mehmet have a dream: to become professional football players. They train with Rot-Weiss Essen four times a week and at the weekend there are league matches. Their life is all about football.
What will the world look like in 2060? What role will climate change or the growing world population play? How does the drive for prosperity fit together with finite resources? John Webster writes a letter to his unborn great-granddaughter in film.
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