Brecht / Weill: blood sacrifice of capitalism – WELT

Nanu, so serious? Barrie Kosky, Berlin’s man for the shrill, weird and glamorous, but also for the bittersweet memory of that German-Jewish symbiosis in the music of the Weimar Republic, …

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Special exhibition: How an invented subway connects Leipzig, Dawson and Syros

“When the sphincter no longer works” – with such gruesome hits, Martin Kippenberger made himself a court jester and enfant terrible of the art world. Back then, in the 80s, …

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