Daniel Eltinger paints with a vengeance, but it hardly pays the rent. Like many young artists, he dreams of being discovered one day. If star art dealer Gerd Harry Lybke signs you up, for example you're already halfway to making it.
"Point of No Return" in Leipzig is the first exhibition to look into the way East German artists expressed their vision of the state and their hopes for change ahead of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Illustrator Robert Nippoldt and author Boris Pofalla have published a fascinating book about Berlin's golden era, the Roaring Twenties. It reflects the interest now taken in the art scene of the Weimar Republic.
A million Roma and Sinti people perished in the Holocaust, yet they remain the "minority of the minorities" across Europe. The Galerie Kai Dikhas, dedicated to Roma art, has become a vital platform to tell their story.
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