Pull down or rebuild? German cities long preferred the wrecking ball. But things have changed.
At the 10th Berlin Biennale, South African curator Gabi Ngcomo plans to tell new stories. What does that mean?
How are free spaces for art, culture, science and opinion formed? Five facts about the Long Night of Ideas in Berlin.
You went to art school. You were inspired. You created. You networked. And then you graduated. Now what? Worried about becoming a starving artist? Where professional artists can find support in Germany.
Germans have been contributing to and changing music for centuries. While it would take volumes to cover them all, here’s a basic primer to some of the bigger names in German music and their musical stylings and innovations.
ifa-Institut’s upcycling exhibition “Pure Gold” is going on world tour. We present the fascinating upgrading of rubbish into design.
European cultural heritage is much more than ruins and dusty museum exhibits. Here are three very vivid examples.
The Citadel in the Iranian city of Bam is of inestimable historical value. It is now being earthquake-proofed in line with the latest scientific standards.
Volunteering on a building site: young European Heritage Volunteers explain why they are so enthusiastic about their work.
The brightest artificial sun, the largest aircraft –photography project depicts Germany’s superlatives. See some fascinating images.
Cinema in Germany has many forums beyond the Berlinale. Five addresses for connoisseurs and the curious.