Artist Caspar Sessler creates photo collages that merge past and future, using his own specially developed technique.
Featuring works from Cindy Sherman, Wolfgang Tillmans, Nan Goldin and many more, a new exhibition at C/O Berlin, "Food for the Eyes. The Story of Food in Photography," celebrates the idea that we are what we eat.
The show "World in Transition. Art of the 1920s" at Hamburg's Bucerius Kunst Forum mixes New Objectivity paintings and New Vision photographs. The artists, many scarred by WWI, sought to portray the world as it was.
One of the world's best loved children's books tells of a ravenous caterpillar that eats his way through cheese, chocolate cake and more! A German museum honors the now 90-year-old Carle's colorful original collage work.
German photographer Michael Wolf has passed away in Hong Kong, where many of his famous megacities images were taken. Wolf's photographs provide a unique perspective on themes including urban density and mass production.
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