Master of Couture is the name of an exhibition in London’s Somerset House that is dedicated to Italian fashion designer Valentino.
The show in Berlin's Martin-Gropius-Bau presents objects connected with the star's life and work, highlighting Bowie's creative years in the German capital at the end of the 1970s.
Are punctuality, precision and beer mugs as inherent to German society as the world thinks? In his playful exhibition, 'Typically German?,' artist Rolf Sachs takes apart the clichés.
Cockroaches may provoke widespread disgust among humans, but they have managed to survive virtually unchanged for millions of years. London's Science Museum is offering a cockroach's perspective on climate change.
In his work and in his private life, Rolf Sachs moves between the provincial and the cosmopolitan with ease. As the son of legendary bon vivant Gunter Sachs, he’s always felt at home on the wider stage.
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