Rita Pokorny


Andreas Mühe makes wartime bunkers all soft and cuddly for his latest show

The German artist's exhibition at the Kunsthaus Dahlem is a playground with a poignant message


Germany supports research into Russia’s wartime losses

Archives of the western allies will be searched for clues

Interview with Neo Rauch ahead of his German retrospective: “You won’t find an ‘Untitled’ among my works”

The painter on the burdens of being a professor, the need for figures and his prophetic abilities

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Berlin gallery rejected from Art Basel calls for trade support

Following the Eigen+Art's exclusion from the fair selection, owner Gerd Harry Lybke protests with a request that his artists are not made available at any other stand

Harvard Art Museums to research Beuys' multiples

The Harvard museum owns an almost complete set


Interview with Peter Weibel: Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe “will be the Louvre of media art”

Peter Weibel, head of ZKM Karlsruhe, on the Moscow Biennale and subverting military technology to create virtual sculpture

Berlin and Warsaw team up to preserve socialist heritage

Though reconstruction efforts after the devastation of war differed wildly between the two cities, the dialogue will be vital to conservation efforts


Industrialist and collector opens his 14th gallery

Reinhold Würth has converted a church for old masters