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Kunst Privat!
Hessian Companies Present Their Art Collections



A weekend for art: on May 28 and 29, 2011 around 30 companies and institutes connected with the financial world from the German state of Hesse are inviting art enthusiasts to experience their collections, which are rarely accessible to the public. For the seventh time, the Kunst privat! (Art in Private!) initiative offers insights into the diverse art involvement and collection philosophy of companies, including Deutsche Bank. At the bank’s Frankfurt Group Head Office, visitors encounter young art from all continents. "We’re pleased to present the new art concept for our modernized corporate headquarters and thus the innovative potential of contemporary art to an even wider public," said Friedhelm Hütte, Global Head of Art, Deutsche Bank. "A new generation of international artists has moved into the Frankfurt Towers, providing unique insight into the art of the world."

Each floor of the Deutsche Bank Towers is devoted to an artist. In all, some 100 international artistic positions from more than 40 countries are on view. The art is divided up according to regions: while in Tower A the young avant-garde from Germany and Europe is presented, Tower B features artists from Asia, America, the Middle East and Africa. The Deutsche Bank Collection in Frankfurt invites visitors to engage in a dialogue with artists and their works and at the same time gives insight into different cultures around the globe.

Art tours at Deutsche Bank Group Head Office:
Saturday, May 28, 2011, 12 noon, 2 pm, 4 pm and 6 pm
Sunday, May 29, 2011, 12 noon, 2 pm, 4 pm and 6 pm
You can register until May 25 at www.kunstprivat.info or at:
Deutsche Bank AG, Zentrale
Taunusanlage 12, 60325 Frankfurt am Main
069 910 46510
Mailbox.kunst@db.com
Note: Please bring your ID or passport with you




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The "Artist of the Year" 2011 at the Deutsche Guggenheim / "Yto Barrada Is an All-Around Cultural Producer" - A Conversation with Andrée Sfeir-Semler / Success Story - Deutsche Bank Supports the Hong Kong International Art Fair / Art works: The Art in the Towers / The Devil’s in the Detail: Nedko Solakov’s Commissioned Work for Deutsche Bank / Mohamed Camara: I play with the beauty of the moment / Globe. For Frankfurt and the World: the art and performance program in celebration of the opening of the Towers / The Otolith Group at Globe / “Creative Tripwiring”: Magne Furuholmen on the Absurd Universe of Apparatjik / Keren Cytter: Fear, Fun and Fire / All about the new art in the Deutsche Bank Towers
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The "Artist of the Year" 2011 - Yto Barrada: Riffs at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Beuys and Beyond in Colombia / A Passion for Modernism: Deutsche Bank Sponsors Matisse Show at the Jewish Museum / All Access World: Agathe Snow’s Commission for the Deutsche Guggenheim / The Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim: Found in Translation / 2010 California Biennial
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The Press on Globe and the New Art in the Towers / Agathe Snow at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Color Fields at the Deutsche Guggenheim
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