Bhupen Khakhar: You Can’t Please All

In cooperation with Tate Modern Deutsche Bank KunstHalle is presenting the first survey of the Indian artist Bhupen Khakar in Germany. Khakhar (1934–2003) not only features prominently in modern Indian art but is also viewed internationally as an important protagonist of twentieth-century painting. The KunstHalle is showing works from international collections spanning five decades.

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Art in the Towers
Deutsche Bank Collection at Frankfurt

The heart of Deutsche Bank’s global art activities beats in the Bank’s Group Head Office. Each floor of the towers is devoted to one artist –around 100 international positions from more than 40 countries are on.
The selection of current works on paper and photographs invites the viewer to embark a journey of discovery of global art.
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The art magazine

What role does nationality play today? Artists from all over the world on the definition of origin and home in a globalized world. Untold Stories: Fiona Tan creates an alternative view on history and identity and discloses what has been ignored before.

Also in the 11th print edition: “Painting the Truth”, Bhupen Khakhar as a pioneering storyteller of everyday life in the Indian middle class.

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Selected art projects
25. Nov. 2016 – 21. May 2017
17. Feb. 2017 – 18. Jun. 2017

Art builds.
Art questions.
Art transcends borders.
Art works.

Deutsche Bank opens up the world of contemporary art ot the public through its own substantial collection, its exhibitions, and its joint projects with partners. Around the word. For more than thirty years.

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