Wim Wenders' love of photography began in 1983, during pre-production for Paris, Texas. His photos have been shown in museums around the world, including MoMA in New York and the Kunsthalle Dusseldorf.
The famous German film director is also a recognized photographer. He was one of the first Polaroid camera users, and his instant snapshots have more than autobiographical value, as an exhibition in Berlin shows.
A widely criticized project called "Dau" by Russian director Ilya Khrzhanovsky was to allow visitors to "experience a totalitarian system" behind a replica of the Berlin Wall. It was not approved for security reasons.
Language takes center stage in the six novels selected for Britain's most prestigious literary award, now in its 50th year. The shortlisted works tell diverse stories, from a slave escape in Barbados to post-war PTSD.
The first anniversary of #Me Too, and the 100th of women's suffrage in Germany. But what role do women play in the German music industry? Why aren't there more women in the charts? Our series begins with singer Lary.
Weapons, art and jewelry over the millennia are on display at the "Restless Times, Archaeology in Germany" exhibition in Berlin. Europeans, that much is clear, were constantly on the go.
It's not all just fun and games when it comes to gaming. The Victoria & Albert Museum explores the transformative power of digital games in its latest exhibition, "Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt."
From "uncultured" attire to global fashion item: There is a lot to know about this typical Oktoberfest attire. DW looks at some surprising facts behind Lederhosen's history and production, as well as the latest trends.
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