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Deutsche Bank opens up the world of
contemporary art to the public through its
own substantial collection, its exhibitions
and its joint projects with partners.
The bank's involvement in art is a pillar of its Art, Culture & Sports division.
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The London Collection
40 years of talent and ideas
The reception area of Deutsche Bank's London Head Office illustrates how important contemporary art is to the Bank. Powerful artworks by Tony Cragg and Susan Derges sit together with Keith Tyson's painting series "12 Harmonics" and offer visitors an introduction to over 4,000 works which are displayed across Deutsche Bank's UK offices.
The art magazine
This year, we are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Deutsche Bank Collection and the 150th anniversary of Deutsche Bank. Today, more than ever before, both are facing new challenges in times of Corona, but at the same time opportunities from globalization and the digital revolution, which offer completely new possibilities and visions. Read about MIA and the entry of artificial intelligence into museums and exhibitions. Plus: Our exhibition highlights until the middle of the year.
Now in ArtMag
What's on - Selected art projects
Uncanny Valley: Being Human in the Age of AI at the de Young Museum. Supported by Deutsche Bank.
Until June 26 2021.
In the heart of Berlin, at Unter den Linden Boulevard 5, Deutsche Bank is creating a vibrant, inspiring, unique space for dialog and encounters with art, culture, and sports: the PalaisPopulaire.
In partnership with Deutsche Bank
13-17 Oct 2021.