In this edition of Pivot Points, stories that shift a photographer’s perspective, Lara Atallah spends time with Aghyad Abou Koura, a young Syrian filmmaker, and finds herself reconnecting with her own journey to image-making.
Blending the minor with the magical, photographer Hanko Ye roams the German capital in search of the unique moments that most of us miss.
In his homeland of Syria, Mohammad Abu Hajar is considered a fugitive – a political musician who wore out his welcome. But in Berlin, where he lives in exile, the right to exist poses a new set of challenges.
From climbing rooftops to outrunning police, Good Guy Boris has taken a world shrouded in secrecy and documented it in style. But now that he's compiled it all in a book, the next challenge awaits.
Germany might have accepted large numbers of refugees into the country at points during the ongoing crisis, but when it comes to support and integration the state is failing. Instead, young people are filling in the gaps, using food as a tool to bring people together.
Caram Kapp explains why the Arabian Street Artists had to challenge Homeland’s inaccurate and damaging portrayal of the Middle East, War on Terror and the refugee crisis.
Dutch photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn is most famous for his authentic pictures of famous musicians. In honour of his 60th birthday, a retrospective of his work is displayed in Berlin.
Huck visits a new exhibition in Berlin to see how innovative thinkers are using architecture to re-empower communities fragmented by the housing crisis.
Thierry Noir takes a step away from the Berlin Wall in his new exhibition that explores the harmony between art and music.
Anti-Islam group PEGIDA is rallying against multiculturalism across Germany but now there is a resistance movement fighting back.
Hedonism and hard work in Berlin, 25 years after the fall of the Wall.