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Obituary Sigmar Polke
Art in Private!
Alberto Tadiello’s project for Art Basel
Obituary Louise Bourgeois
Penelope Umbrico new Deutsche Bank NYFA Fellow
Julie Mehretu at the Guggenheim Museum in New York
Deutsche Bank Foundation sponsors talk series at the MMK
Olafur Eliasson in Berlin
Deutsche Bank Art Bus in Singapore Received Award

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Art in Private!
Hessian Businesses Present Their Collections



To experience works of art that are not otherwise accessible to the public—this is made possible by the initiative Art in Private! for the sixth time this year. On the weekend of June 19th—20th, 2010, Hessian businesses and finance-related institutions invite the public to take part in guided tours through their collections—Deutsche Bank as well. "The goal of our global commitment to art is to make contemporary art’s innovative potential accessible to an even wider public," stressed Friedhelm Hütte, Global Head of Art. "We achieve this by opening our important collection, by putting on worldwide exhibitions, and through cooperations such as our current participation in the initiative Art in Private!"

This year’s program offers visitors a last opportunity to see the art installment in Deutsche Bank’s temporary headquarters, the IBC-C on Theodor Heuss Allee. This fall, the bank will be moving back into the towers at Taunusanlage, which are currently undergoing major renovation to become one of the most environment-friendly high-rises in the world. At the IBC-C, along with important works by "classics" such as Gerhard Richter, Georg Baselitz, and Joseph Beuys, are also many young international artistic positions. Artists like Matt Saunders, Simon Periton, and Ellen Gallagher combine drawing and painting with various different techniques and new aesthetic and conceptual strategies. Photography plays a key role at the IBC-C as well; an entire floor is dedicated to the medium. Here, Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth, representatives of the "Duesseldorf School," encounter the next generation: Delia Keller, Martin Liebscher, and Wolfgang Tillmans. Many of the artists in the Deutsche Bank Collection were collected early on—long before they achieved international renown.




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Wangechi Mutus Installation at Deutsche Guggenheim / Between Beauty and Horror: Wangechi Mutu / Samuel Fossos Self-portraits / Multiple Identities: An Interview with Jürgen Klauke / Paulina Olowska: Find out what its all really about / Ivan Navarro’s Emotionally Charged Minimalism / Uwe Lausen: Murder in the Living Room / Between Emergence and Reflection: the Whitney Biennial 2010
On View
Wangechi Mutu at Deutsche Guggenheim / Then & Now: Abstract Art from Latin America at 60 Wall Gallery / Beuys and Beyond in Buenos Aires: Deutsche Bank Collection in dialogue with contemporary Argentinean art / Anniversary in Luxembourg: Deutsche Bank Collection Shows International Contemporary Art
Press
Artist of the Year: The Press on the Awarding of Wangechi Mutu / The Press on the Whitney Biennial 2010 / The Press on Utopia Matters at the Deutsche Guggenheim
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