Carsten-Stephan Graf von Bothmer improvises soundtracks as the teams play, capturing the sport’s high drama, and sometimes its slapstick comedy.
Performers who support a movement protesting the treatment of Palestinians are clashing with German sensibilities.
The conductor discusses the next phase in his prodigious international career, and why he challenges audiences to rethink historic connections.
From Édouard Louis’s novel “History of Violence” to Boccaccio’s 14th-century “Decameron,” German theaters love to mount literary adaptations.
A growing network of booking agencies and community groups have made female artists more visible in Berlin, erasing the boy’s club atmosphere of the past.
Curators across Europe are increasingly trying “rapid response collecting” to obtain items used in major events just after they happen.
The South African curator of this year’s edition offers no shortage of outrages that artists should refuse. But is that enough for an exhibition?
The journalist Can Dundar wrote the book “We Are Arrested” while imprisoned in Turkey. Now, Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company has turned it into a play.
Objects taken in the 19th century were returned at a news conference on Wednesday.