Painted on the back of a Gothic winged altar, it had remained largely hidden from view. Dürer art experts hope to authenticate the piece soon.
The international art show founded in 1955 was self-styled as breaking with Nazi cultural policies. But one of its founders was actually a World War II criminal.
The artist was renowned for his wrapped large-scale art. Delayed due to COVID-19, the date for the posthumous realization of his project has been confirmed.
Ninety artists from 34 countries, all with unique backgrounds – from different generations, regions, religions. Could it get any more diverse? The exhibition at Tempelhof Airport portrays the vibrancy of contemporary European art. We took a look!
What would Berlin be like without its clubs? Abandoned for the past year, these venues continue to fight for their survival. Marie Staggat photographed locked-down clubs. The images bear witness to the wild lives left behind.
One of Germany's greatest postwar architects, Gottfried Böhm died June 9 at the age of 101. He leaves behind a grand architectural legacy of buildings that are also sculptures.
A league of her own, with a museum all to herself: After a long wait, Berlin can finally welcome Japan's superstar Yayoi Kusama. With polka dots and phalluses, she has been creating visionary art for 70 years. This could be the show of the year!
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Does Germany have a world-class cultural scene? We look at 10 popular myths about culture in Germany and see how they stand up to the facts. It's not an easy task in a place where culture is considered holy.
Though infection rates are sinking, prospects for the events industry's reopening remain questionable. A few festivals are going ahead by using creative ideas.
The star choreographer presents his classic based on Shakespeare in a version that is more than just a ballet film.
Through recent elections, there are, for the first time ever, more women than men on the governing board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
An exhibition has opened in Berlin dedicated to the 14 million refugees who fled from Eastern Europe at the end of World War II. The controversial project has had a tortuous birth.
The Berlinale Summer Special celebrated the return of cinema in Berlin. Here are a few snapshots of the event.
Three participants in the contest "Your Song for One World" discuss the power of music as a tool to express their political views and trigger social change.
Aware of the controversy surrounding Enid Blyton's books, DW's Brenda Haas recalls how they were a form of escape during her childhood in a rubber plantation in Malaysia.
In this edition of Concert Hour, we showcase British composers Henry Purcell and Vaughan Williams among others, and speak with conductor Robin Ticciati about his views on life and music.
In just shy of five weeks, Richard Wagner's famed festival takes off. Expectations are high, but the pandemic continues to cause uncertainty.
Allowed to be loud again: with Bullhead City, Wacken organizers are planning a streamlined version of the heavy metal festival. Top names are on the bill.
Although initially cancelled, the festival will play to a live audience after all, even attracting die-hard overseas fans who have traveled to Germany for it.
"Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn" had been revealed as the winner of the Berlin Film Festival's top award back in March, but the awards ceremony was held later due to special pandemic scheduling.
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