Auf Wiedersehen Berlin: Cologne Is the Spiritual Home of German Art
From Neo-Expressionism to Pop, it’s all about the concrete city on the Rhine.
Wim Wenders Thinks The American Dream is a European Export, and MAGA, a Maddening Spectacle
With a new exhibition of his early Polaroids on view in Berlin, the German director talks about documenting planet America.
The Artist in an Age of Invisible Forensics
Meet Lynn Hershman Leeson in her hotel room, and she’ll show you who you are.
The Duo Making Political Clothes for Critical Streetwear Kids
Souvenir wants to democratize art and provoke political action with hoodies.
Theater vs. Performance Art—A New Production Asks, Is There A Difference?
It's hard to think of a more rigorous pairing than minimalist-modernist playwright Samuel Beckett and image-averse artist Tino Sehgal, but a recent building-filling production at Berlin's Volksbühne theater was gripping stuff.