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Curtain up!

In the late summer of 2018, Deutsche Bank will inaugurate its new platform for art, culture, and sports in the heart of Berlin in the Pinzessinnenpalais (Princesses’ Palace) – a place for extraordinary visual and audio experiences, for exciting debates and events. The opening exhibition features highlights from the Deutsche Bank Collection and will demonstrate why the medium of paper is so important for the global art scene particularly in the digital age.

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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 star of the 80s is experiencing a renaissance: the Legion of Honor in San Francisco presents a great Julian Schnabel show. ArtMag met the painter in New York for an interview. Also: Immersive art – hype or hope? Artists and curators answer, Gauri gills sensitive portrait photos, Haegue Yang at the Cologne Museum Ludwig and other current highlights from the international art scene.

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Selected art projects
Mar 16 – May 14, 2018
Mar 16 – Jun 11, 2018
Apr 21 – Aug 5, 2018

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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