With “Mural” Jackson Pollock made art history. Now, an exhibition at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle sheds light on the painting’s genesis and its influence on American painting. Yet Pollock wasn’t only interested in representing dynamism. His paintings were as he sais about “expressing his feelings” and his “inner world.”
Judge for yourself and marvel at the gand scale painting along with more than 40 works by his contemporaries.
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle
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.
Please find more on free public tours here.
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