This exhibition at the Goethe-Institut Glasgow presents the Reformation in seven chapters, showing Martin Luther’s origins against the background of the late Middle Ages social structure from which the Reformation emerged to its rapid propagation through Europe.
For his novel, “Die Hauptstadt”, the author has been distinguished with the industry’s most prestigious award. This book on the political goings-on in Brussels is a plea for a Europe above and beyond national egocentrisms. [more …]
The artist Liz Rosenfeld deals with queer perspectives on history. As an artist-in-residence at the Goethe-Institut and the LUX archive for moving image newly established Goethe at LUX Residency in London, she is working on a short film. She spoke about her residency and her work in a video interview. [more …]