US News Baselitz demands removal of a Nazi painting
Hong Kong ends quarantine mandatory when entering
after two and a half years, Hong Kong ends his quarantine requirement when entering. In the future, arrivals will only have to observe their health for three days and cannot report in restaurants or bars, as Hong Kong media report. © Bernd von Jutrczenka/dpa/Archive Hong Kong no longer demands three -day quarantine. After a negative test on the fourth day, you get a blue code in the Corona app and can move freely with it. Another test is planned on the sixth day.
The artist Georg Baselitz demands from the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich to hang a painting by the Nazi artist Adolf Ziegler. It is about the three -part work “Four elements” with blonde naked women as allegories on fire, water, air and earth. «The triptych insults its surroundings! It shocked that NaziPropaganda is possible in a Munich museum in this grubby way, »Baselitz wrote to the general director of the State Painting Collections, Bernhard Maaz and Minister of Art Markus Blume (CSU). The “Süddeutsche Zeitung” had previously reported on the letter, which is also available to the German Press Agency.
Mary von Denmark: She inspires the Danish people and her mother -in -law
Queen Margrethe II. (82) on her side at the throne anniversary in Pink Mary von Denmark (50). Born in Australians, she is an absolute sympathy wearer and, with her scandal -free and self -confident appearance, ensures positive headlines. Even in her choice of clothes, the future queen always hits the right tone.
The museum is aware of the history of the picture and explains it together with Ziegler's Nazi past (1892-1959) in the wall text of the exhibition and on the Internet. The Pinakothek was initially not available for comment.
Australia: Pro-climate activists stick their hands on the protection of a Picasso .
Two pro-climate activists fixed their hands on Sunday with glue on plexiglass protection of a Pablo Picasso painting exposed in a museum From Melbourne to Australia. © supplied by Franceinfo Two climate activists fixed their hands on Sunday with glue on plexiglass protection of the massacre table in Korea in Pablo Picasso exhibited in a museum in Melbourne in Australia, communicated the police, the demonstrators and the museum. The table has not suffered damage.