ARCHITECTURES OF SURVIVAL
In conversation with museum director Mirjam Wenzel (Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt) and historian Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett (European College Jena), Natalia Romik talks about the different research approaches they have used to approach the joint project.
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INTERVIEW WITH CHARLES STANKIEVECH
In conversation with Hatje Cantz, Charles Stankievech explains how his book project was inspired by the hundredth anniversary of the planetarium, linking ancient and modern representations of the cosmos, from Palaeolithic caves to contemporary dark matter research, reflecting on humanity’s evolving consciousness and the book’s thematic and design choices.
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INTERVIEW WITH SIMON SHIM-SUTCLIFFE
In an interview with Hatje Cantz, Simon Shim-Sutcliffe talks about the connections between large dams and Caspar David Friedrich and a very special work of his own that relates specifically to the work of the Romantic painter.
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MIRON SCHMÜCKLE IN CONVERSATION WITH SIMON ELSON
"Perhaps my art will cause us to question our anthropocentric worldview with a bit more courage and fantasy, to push human beings (...) out of the spotlight and then take another, closer look. I don’t think human beings are always the measure of all things, which, incidentally, can be quite a relief."
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INTERVIEW WITH MARTA MACCAGLIA
Marta Maccaglia, the recipient of this year's DIVIA Award, which advocates for diversity in architecture, discovered her passion in the Peruvian rainforest when she moved there in 2011 as part of an international cooperation program.
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INTERVIEW WITH PETER ARNELL

Peter Arnell, who in the past has created groundbreaking campaigns for Donna Karan, DKNY, Hanes, Reebok, PepsiCo, Samsung, Gucci and Chanel, has a lot to say about fashion advertising, then and now.

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INTERVIEW WITH ARMIN MUELLER-STAHL
The actor, artist, and East-West traveler Armin Mueller-Stahl talks to the Handelsblatt about the fall of the Berlin Wall thirty years ago, the state of the republic, and moments full of freedom.
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INTERVIEW WITH JAN SCHEFFLER
Jan Scheffler captures the light and vastness of the north in his photographs. In a conversation with Deutschlandfunk Kultur he talks about the title of his book, which isn’t as surprising as it might seem at first, and how he goes on the hunt for the endangered beauties of nature.
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INTERVIEW WITH JEAN MOLITOR
From Bremen to Burundi, the photographer Jean Molitor’s goal is to create an archive of modern global architecture. To satisfy his Bauhaus enthusiasm, he’ll risk being arrested from time to time.
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INTERVIEW WITH YAN WANG PRESTON
An old tree in the middle of a modern city, it was replanted for a lot of money. In China's metropolises, this happens every day. Photographer Yan Wang Preston talks to Spiegel Online about her photo project and the business with trees.
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INTERVIEW WITH LEONARD HURZLMEIER
Leonhard Hurzlmeier’s colorful oil paintings depict archetypal images of women involved in everyday life. He spoke with curator and editor Christian Ganzenberg about portraits of women in art history and about the difference of painting women and men.
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INTERVIEW WITH DANIEL SANNWALD
London based artist-come-photographer, Daniel Sannwald has released his book entitled, Spektrum, showing the best works of recent years. He spoke to Felicity Carter at Forbes Magazine about his start off in the industry,  his aesthetics and inspirations.
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INTERVIEW WITH OLA KOLEHMAINEN
Ola Kolehmainen spent three years traveling through Europe, photographing sacred places. He told Spiegel Online about the tricks he used to light the enormous interiors—and why the guards at Hagia Sophia are like siblings to him.
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INTERVIEW WITH GIANLUCA GALTRUCCO
Los Angeles-based Italian Gianluca Galtrucco has found images full of situational comedy that blur the line between reality and staging. Nadine Barth talks to him about his illustrated book For your Consideration.
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INTERVIEW WITH NANCY BOROWICK
When Photojournalist Nancy Borowick’s parents—Howie and Laurel—were diagnosed with stage IV cancer and simultaneously underwent treatment, she did the only thing she knew how—she documented it. By turning the camera on her family’s life during this most intimate time, Borowick learned a great deal about herself, family, and relationships in general.
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