The Tate Modern in London is the most popular museum of contemporary art in the world. And because of this it’s getting an extension which opens on Friday.
With Vietnam, war entered the living room via our televisions for the first time. The images ranged from real footage to propaganda. Films like "Coming Home" or "Born on the Fourth of July" depict the war's fallen heroes and traumatized veterans.
Writing as an act of liberation. Colm Tóibín, one of the the most distinguished English writers, talks about women, music, and his home in Ireland.
For 20 years, rising classical music stars and ensembles have traveled to Germany to perform at the festival. Due to the pandemic, a reduced version is taking place — but it's still full of meaning for those involved.
The British artist sold his triptych, "Mediterranean sea view 2017," at a Sotheby’s auction to raise money for a Bethlehem hospital. It is one of several Banksy works evoking the consequences of conflict in the region.
The podcast, the first in a partnership signed between the Obamas' production company Higher Ground and streaming service Spotify, comes at a time of ongoing civil unrest. Barack Obama is the first guest on July 29.
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