Berlin boasts an art supermarket, at least temporarily. It sells original works by artists from all over the world at low prices. The idea is to make art affordable for everyone. The supermarket is open until January 31, 2013.
Gurlitt spokesperson Stephan Holzinger tells DW what's next for pieces of art suspected to have been looted by Nazis but which prosecutors decided should be returned to the man who stashed them away for years.
For years now, hardly any progress has been made in the discussion among Germany, Russia and Ukraine about looted art. A museum director from Aachen had a good idea - but the current Crimea crisis has upset his plans.
A task force on the "Schwabing art trove" has announced agreement on a hoard of works suspected to have been looted by Nazis. DW spoke with lawyer Ingeborg Berggreen-Merkel, who leads the taskforce.
When does a coincidence take on a deeper meaning? DW's Insider, Berlin-based art initiator Jan Kage, has experienced a few too many flukes during recent projects. They're making him wonder about metaphysic.
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