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The Deutsche Bank art calendar is showcasing works selected from the largest corporate collection in the world. Artist of the Business Year 2004 is Miwa Yanagi.
Deutsche Bank is a sponsor of the exhibition "MoMA in Berlin," one of the most anticipated shows in the art world, highlighting significant works of the 20th century.
The Tate Modern in London is host to Sigmar Polke's first large scale solo exhibition in Great Britain. Polke reveals new techniques - and his renowned humor.
William Kentridge has been awarded the Goslarer Kaiserring. He has been commissioned to create a work for the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin in 2005.
The Kunsthalle Tübingen shows the changing human image of the 20th century in the exhibition "Man in the Middle - Menschenbilder."
The Guggenheim in New York opens its James Rosenquist retrospective and includes "Swimmer in the Econo-mist". An interview with the artist.
"It's not Pop, it's a criticism of civilization": what the press is saying about Tom Sachs' installation "Nutsy's" in the Deutsche Guggenheim
How do you decorate an almost completely transparent building with art? The Deutsche Bank tries something new at the ibc in Frankfurt.
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