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Exhibitions

Creating access: The Deutsche Bank Collection on view in museums around the world

Important aspects of Deutsche Bank’s commitment to art include cultural exchange and inciting people to engage with social issues. Exhibitions play a key role. Since 1982, visitors have been able to experience works from the corporate collection firsthand in various shows.

Many works from the collection are on tour, either as loans to international museums or in the bank’s own thematic exhibitions and solo presentations.

 

Upcoming exhibitions

Heading for New Shores – Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection


Michael Danner, Miyajima, 1999/2004

Keitum / Sylt: July 21 to September 2, 2018
Sylter Heimatmuseum


At the center of the exhibition are around 25 works form the Deutsche Bank Collection, which reflect the subject of the “sea” in different ways. International artists describe it as a tourist destination or a romantic place of longing, tell of sociopolitical borders or show living space threatened by pollution.


 

Carnival of Animals – Deutsche Bank Collection


Rainer Fetting, Girl and Vogel, 1982

Luxembourg: June 21 to October 19, 2018,
Deutsche Bank, Luxembourg


The exhibition presents a wide-ranging panorama of around 100 animal representations by 31 international artists. The multifaceted exhibition shows a variety of forms, has humour and depth, and additionally puts ethical aspects up for discussion.





 
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