When the Bottrop coronavirus vaccination center opens, people will be in for what is a rare treat theses days: a sculpture exhibition in the middle of the vast hall.
Germany has returned another work to the heirs of its Jewish owner. So far, only 14 works were proven to have been looted under the Nazis among the some 1,500 found in Gurlitt's hoard.
This year marks an important anniversary—Jewish people have lived in what’s now German territory for 1700 years. What impact have they had on culture, art and science? What is Jewish life like here after the horrors of the holocaust?
The Humboldt Forum is Germany’s most ambitious cultural project. In 2021 it will open for the public in phases. A debate over how to deal with stolen artefacts from the colonial era is ongoing.
As Donald Trump supporters stormed the Congress in Washington DC on Wednesday, luminaries of film, music and literature weighed in on the political chaos.
A court has decided that an Amsterdam museum can keep a painting sold by the Lewenstein family during Nazi occupation, raising questions about art restitution.
Artist Dario Gambarin has created a huge depiction of the composer Beethoven in a field in northern Italy. Check out his other land art works.
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The great violinist on passion, solidarity in the pandemic and racism in the classical music industry.
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.
With performances by Bruce Springsteen and Lady Gaga, Joe Biden's inauguration was a star-studded event. These are some of the big names that took part.
Despite his age, his COVID illness in 2020 and the #MeToo accusations, the man just keeps on singing. Even at 80, Placido Domingo is still on stage.
After critics slammed the cover of Vogue featuring VP-elect Kamala Harris, it will publish a limited edition of its latest issue featuring a different photo.
Phil Spector, who changed the sound of 1960s pop with his "Wall of Sound" recordings has died of COVID-19, according to authorities and media reports. The musician was convicted of the 2003 murder of a Hollywood actress.
Regina King's film "One Night in Miami" imagines what happened on the night Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke hung out together in 1964.
TikTok has turned "Wellerman," a 19th-century sea shanty, into a viral hit. The collective musical experience expresses the hopes and pain of our pandemic world.
Who could have possibly written a better soundtrack to heroism than Ludwig van Beethoven in his Eroica Symphony? We'll hear it, and similar music, in these two Concert Hours.
Nicki Minaj is paying up after copying a Tracy Chapman song. Here are some of the most controversial cases of plagiarism of the last few years.
COVID restrictions have forced commemorations of the music icon's fifth death anniversary online, but the Thin White Duke will never be forgotten.
The singer-songwriter, who has just turned 80, is a folk music icon who fought for civil rights and against the Vietnam War. DW's Susanne Spröer recalls how Baez changed her life.
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