KunstHalle
Fahrelnissa Zeid

The retrospective »Fahrelnissa Zeid« introduces one of Turkey’s most important pioneering modernists to an international audience. The artist, who was born in 1901 on an island off the coast of Istanbul into an upper-class, intellectual family and died in 1991 in Amman, Jordan, was a cosmopolite throughout her life. Her painting synthesizes a wide range of influences, which relate to her multicultural and very eventful life. A retrospective shows the wide spectrum of her oeuvre for the first time, encompassing works and documents spanning eight 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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ArtMag
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The characters in John Akomfrah’s poetic film essays are like "Time Travelers" stranded somewhere between past and future. The Matter of Memory- John Akomfrah in conversation with Anthony Downey.

Classical cinema seems to be dissolving. Here you find an answer to the question whether artists are the new innovators of the industry.

And a conversation on Deutsche Bank’s new forum in Berlin. An open house for art, culture and sport activities will open its doors in the heart of Berlin in summer 2018.

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Selected art projects
Sep 19 – Oct 31, 2017
Sep 27 – Nov 26, 2017
Sep 09 – Nov 12, 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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