How does the global art scene present itself in the Deutsche Bank Towers? What is the philosophy behind the Deutsche Bank Collection? [more]
Gabriel Orozco is as inspired by art history as by the streets of Berlin or Mexico City. [more]
Roman Ondák, Deutsche Bank’s “Artist of the Year” 2012, has created an exhibition for the Deutsche Guggenheim titled “do not walk outside this area” that resembles an imaginary journey. [more]
Roman Ondák works with existing situations, but alters them in ways that challenge our expectations and conventions. [more]
Following Frieze New York's successful premiere, the international art scene now sets its sights on Hong Kong, where ART HK has grown to become one of the most distinguished art fairs in the world. [more]
Every two years, the Whitney Biennial in New York stirs up heated controversy. The exhibition, which Deutsche Bank has been sponsoring since 2006, takes stock of the latest on the American scene. [more]
“Changing New York” is generally considered to be one of the most important photographic projects ever made. [more]
In record speed, London’s Frieze Art Fair has established itself as one of the most important trading posts for young art worldwide. [more]
Wilhelm Sasnal was still a complete newcomer at the turn of the millennium. [more]
He’s considered to be one of the most important figures of the Dusseldorf School—and one of the most surprising. [more]
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On View
Roman Ondák's Project for the Deutsche Guggenheim / The Sight of Sound - Art and Music at 60 Wall Gallery / Cornelia Schleime at Deutsche Bank Luxembourg
Deutsche Bank sponsors the major Jasper Johns show in Săo Paulo / Surreal Product Landscapes - Jeff Koons in Frankfurt / A great performance: Artists from the Deutsche Bank Collection at documenta 13 / Retro-Fictions: Made in Germany Two in Hanover / Pawel Althamer in Berlin, Bolzano, and Munich / An Invitation to See: Yto Barrada in the Ikon Gallery / Space for Wild Thought - The 2012 Paris Triennale
The Press on the Premiere of Frieze New York / The Press on "Found in Translation"at the Deutsche Guggenheim / "Frankfurt Museum Wonder" - The Press on the New Städel Museum

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