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Art in Private! Hessian Companies Present Their Collections
German Foreign Minister Westerwelle opens the Roman Ondák show
Opus 60 - Listen to Hanne Darboven's Symphony for 120 Players
Space for Wild Thought - The 2012 Paris Triennale
Deutsche Bank shows Japanese women artists in its lounge
Collapsing New Buildings: Carlos Garaicoa at the Kunstverein Braunschweig
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William Kentridge’s "Black Box" Back in Berlin
Deutsche Bank’s VIP Lounge at the TEFAF
Deutsche Bank Switzerland starts up an art project
Roman Ondák at the K21 in Dusseldorf
Boris Mikhailov in the Berlinische Galerie
Museum of Contemporary Art Reopened in Sydney
Städel App: Everything on the Highlights from the Deutsche Bank Collection in the New Städel Museum

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Opus 60
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Hanne Darboven,  Opus 60, Symphony for 120 players
Junge Sinfonie Berlin, Conductor: Aurélien Bello


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Hanne Darboven’s installation Hommage à Picasso, a commissioned work for the Deutsche Guggenheim, documents the last decade of the twentieth century on 9,720 of the artist’s signature sheets of paper with handwritten numeric writing. At the Deutsche Bank’s VIP Lounge at Frieze New York 2012 a selection of 12 panels is shown. They encompass the year 1990, each sheet presents a single day with the date handwritten four times vertically, and each panel is comprised of all the sheets for a single month. Visitors to the lounge also have the possibility to listen to Darboven’s Opus 60, a symphony for 120 players. In its lounge at Frieze New York, Deutsche Bank shows selected works from the corporate collection by artists like Gerhard Richter, John Cage, Christian Marclay, Xaviera Simmons, and Jennie C. Jones that are all dedicated to the theme of music.

German artist Hanne Darboven (b. 1941, d. 2009) is a pioneer of conceptual art. In the 1960s she developed her own conceptual approach by using the neutral language of numerals. In the late 1970s, the aspect of music and composition entered Darboven’s work by creating a system to produce musical scores based on calendar dates and her own personal number systems. Her passionate focus for music remained for the rest of her live. Hanne Darboven’s Opus 60 is part of her major work Hommage à Picasso. The world premiere of Opus 60 took place on 3 February 2006 in Berlin in Deutsche Bank’s covered courtyard on Unter den Linden on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Hanne Darboven: Hommage à Picasso at the Deutsche Guggenheim.




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Grammar of the Everyday: Notes on Roman Ondák / Curtain up - The Premiere of Frieze New York / Sober Beauty: The Photographs of Berenice Abbott / No Place like Home - The 2012 Whitney Biennial / Gate to the Present - Wilhelm Sasnal in the Haus der Kunst in Munich / “Color in outer space is nonsense, in any case.”: Tracing Thomas Ruff’s Work / An interview with Brendan Fernandes / A visit to the Städel Museum’s new Garden Halls / An Interview with Städel Director Max Hollein / Elegant Solutions: Gerhard Richter in Berlin and Frankfurt
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Roman Ondák's Project for the Deutsche Guggenheim / Cornelia Schleime at Deutsche Bank Luxembourg / Hannah Collins at 60 Wall Gallery of Deutsche Bank New York / Between Cultures: Found in Translation at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Glamour and History: Douglas Gordon in Frankfurt
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The Press on "Found in Translation"at the Deutsche Guggenheim / "Frankfurt Museum Wonder" - The Press on the New Städel Museum
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