Berlin street artist El Bocho is making a name for himself - but he takes care to remain anonymous. His work straddles the divide between graphic and pop art, but he’s not just a street artist - his works are also exhibited in well-known galleries.
Sawdust bread wrapped in barbed wire or a bloody butcher's block: a simple cube of oak wood bearing the traces of WWI was the starting point for the artworks in the exhibition "1914/1918 - Not Then, Not Now, Not Ever."
Young Romanians find themselves with limited options in a corruption-riddled society. Artists are highlighting the situation in their works, but where does the future point? Medana Weident reports from Piatra Neamt.
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.
On German Unity Day, October 3, the well-known street art artist JR will transform Berlin's landmark with a 25-meter-high photo collage. This is intended to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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