Videos of a birthing in reverse in Candice Breitz’s Labour document the process of mothers undoing the moment they gave birth to men who would become tyrants and dictators.
With Heimat Is a Space in Time, Thomas Heise explores how personal experience shapes the “objective” past.
Aachen withdrew its decision to award the Lebanese-American artist a €10,000 (~$10,900) prize for providing an “evasive” answer to an inquiry about his position on the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
In Germany, an exhibition seeks to explain the rapid rise of the alt-right.
Doğan and three other artists adorned their bodies with cave paintings from Hasankeyf, an ancient Mesopotamian city, to protest its imminent destruction caused by the construction of a new dam.
Leading Jewish studies scholars came out in defense of Peter Schäfer, himself a prominent Talmud Scholar, and called accusations of anti-Semitism against him “false” and “outrageous.”
Peter Schäfer stepped down from his post after the museum faced criticism for tweeting out an open letter opposing the labeling of the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) as anti-Semitic.
The work on display at Berlin’s Theatertreffen draws on film, novels, Brecht, and ancient Greek drama.
Böttner used her body to create art for normalization of non-conforming bodies and sexualities.
According to a group of activists, 75% of the artists being platformed at Berlin Gallery Weekend are white and male.
After Björn Höcke called the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin “a monument of shame,” an artist built a replica beside the politician’s home.
Pousette-Dart’s career is proof that the art world hardly ever embraces single-minded women in the middle of their careers, whereas with men it is different.