September 10, 2022 – February 13, 2023
LuYang: DOKU – Experience CenterDeutsche Bank "Artist of the Year" 2022
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Palais Populaire I Oct 5, 2022 – Feb 27, 2023
Spanish female artists from 1960 until today
Curated by Lola Hinojosa Martínez, Head of Performing Arts and Intermedia Collection at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, the exhibition showcases a Spanish female avant-garde from 1960 to the present day that is still little known in Germany. It brings together women artists who, influenced by Constructivist traditions, Minimal Art, as well as conceptual and performance art, developed a formal language that was as reduced as it was associative. The works presented are at the interface between art, language, writing, and abstraction.
Hamburger Kunsthalle I February 18, 2022-2024
The exhibition "something new, something old, something desired" places the important collection of contemporary art in an exciting dialogue with recent acquisitions of the latest works. The themes that come to the fore spotlight are current and virulent such as questions of understanding and communication, isolation and marginalisation, power and protest, utopia and structure.
Supported by Deutsche Bank.
The Deutsche Bank art program
In the heart of Berlin, on Unter den Linden boulevard, at the PalaisPopulaire, a unique space for art and culture. Look forward to temporary exhibitions from the Deutsche Bank Collection and important partner institutions from around the globe – as well as concerts, readings, artist talks and lectures. An innovative forum that connects and excites lovers of contemporary art and culture. See you there!
The talk series Deutsche Bank Collection Live – Meet the Artist creates lively and direct access to contemporary art, to its themes and discourses. Participants will have the opportunity to enter into exchange with artists of the collection like Claudia Wieser, Rana Begum and Kapwani Kiwanga. The talk series will accompany not only exhibitions at the PalaisPopulaire, but Deutsche Bank’s entire global art activities.
Deutsche Bank has been creating access to contemporary art for over 40 years. Since 2002, this has been accompanied by ArtMag, our own online art magazine. We report in articles, interviews and essays on current trends in contemporary art, exhibitions and artists from the Deutsche Bank Collection. Read about the exhibition Ways of Seeing Abstractions of the Deutsche Bank Collection, our own award Artist of the Year, and other art highlights of the year.