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Professionalism and provocation: the Deutsche Bank-sponsored Frieze Art Fair in London, which featured big names and numerous events, was the major autumn event of the international art scene
Her puzzle and painting machines have made her famous: Magdalena Kröner talks about ephemeral drawings, feminist body art, poetry and surrealism in the work of New York-based Rebecca Horn
Deutsche Bank Art presents a calendar to commemorate its 25th anniversary in 2005 / Christmas shopping at db artshop
Masterpieces from the Deutsche Bank Collection at the Pushkin Museum / "Capricorne" on loan from Deutsche Bank to the Max Ernst Museum in Brühl
Pop culture conceptualist: John Baldessari shows the commissioned piece "Somewhere Between Almost Right and Not Quite (With Orange)" at the Deutsche Guggenheim
Anselm Kiefer exhibits his installation "The Seven Heavenly Palaces" in Milan's former industrial district / "Connecting Collections" on New York's Wall Street
As part of the Frieze Art Fair, Deutsche Bank London opened up its collection at Winchester House to the public
"Feast for Collectors": Was the Frieze Art Fair worth it? Commentary from the German and British press on the London art fair
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