German artist Albrecht Dürer lived from 1471 to 1528 in Nuremberg. His work as a painter, engraver, mathematician and theorist had a major influence on the development of European art - and now his house is once again open to visitors.
Goldsmith, painter, printmaker and theorist of the German Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer left behind a wealth of engravings, portraits and watercolors. His home and studio are now a museum dedicated to his life and work.
With "Friendship" as its motto, the 31st Rheingau Music Festival offers a variety of intense listening experiences. Annette Dasch, Gabriela Montero and Frank Peter Zimmermann are some of the stars in the lineup.
Although it may come as a surprise, East German graphic artists had more creative freedom than their counterparts in the West when designing movie posters. Graphic artist Detlef Helmbold tells DW why.
DW launched a new talk-music show on November 3: Night Grooves. It starts off with a world premiere involving American pop singer Anastacia and Austrian drag queen singer Conchita.
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