Adam Gusowski and Piotr Mordel founded the ironically-named "Club der polnischen Versager" - the "Club of Polish Losers" - in Berlin. Far from being a losing proposition, it’s a popular venue for theater and cultural events.
A large blaze has ripped through an iconic building at the Glasgow School of Art for the second time in four years. The premises were due to reopen next year following a major restoration project.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect across Europe on May 25. But giving users greater control of personal data might have undue consequences for artists and cultural organizations.
German businessman Paul Leffmann sold Picasso's "The Actor" in 1938 to escape Nazi Germany with his wife. His great-grand-niece has lost a lawsuit aimed at returning the piece to the family estate.
Michel Abdollahi, Idil Baydar and Y'akoto have all experienced racism and xenophobia — despite calling Germany their home. The artists hope that the #MeTwo debate will change hearts and minds when it comes to identity.
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