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June 11
Memories of Modernism
Utopias in stone: Numerous contemporary artists deal with architecture as built ideology and visions for a new city. ArtMag presents international artistic positions that critically assess the legacy of modernism.

Modernist villas, witches' houses, cyclops, sculpture parks, and a surreal jungle of crosses: here are the personal summer tips of our ArtMag team. Have fun discovering! [more]
The Deutsche Bank Collection purchased drawings by Marc Brandenburg already in the mid-nineties, when he was still at the beginning of his career. [more]
New narratives for our time: On the occasion of the exhibition "Once Upon a Time" at the Deutsche Guggenheim the film scholar and curator Marc Glöde examines the tendency towards fabels and fantasy in current video art. [more]
It’s still the most important art show worldwide: a total of 89 nations are represented in the current Venice Biennale, with 31 national pavilions in the Giardini di Castello alone. [more]
Her work for the Turkish Pavilion is one of the highlights of the 54th Venice Biennale. Brigitte Werneburg asked Ayse Erkmen about her new installation
"Plan B."
Recently, Deutsche Bank opened it new offices in Hong Kong, the art presentation there shows numerous works by artists from China, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan under the motto Urban Utopia. [more]
Whether he adorns the Deutsche Bank Towers in Frankfurt with opulent steel scaffolding or creates absurd designs for fireplaces—Pablo Bronstein skillfully plays with elements in a variety of styles and epochs. [more]
The failed utopias of the modern age are among Yane Calovski's central themes. [more]
Since antiquity, philosophers and architects have imagined cities as human bodies, with arteries and veins through which pedestrians and traffic stream. [more]
For Carlos Garaicoa, the failure of political ideals is articulated most clearly in architecture. [more]
Ever since its premiere in 2008, ART HK has grown to become Asia’s most important art fair. [more]
All the art, artists, and concepts at a glance: you can find the links here to all ArtMag articles on the new art presentation and international works in the Deutsche Bank Towers in Frankfurt—as well as to Globe, the art and performance festival celebrating the reopening of the bank’s headquarters. [more]
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Once Upon a Time - Fantastic Narratives in Contemporary Video at the Deutsche Guggenheim / The "Artist of the Year" 2011 - Yto Barrada: Riffs at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Palimpsest: Deutsche Bank Foundation sponsors Francesco Clemente at the Schirn / Beuys and Beyond in Colombia / A Passion for Modernism: Deutsche Bank Sponsors Matisse Show at the Jewish Museum
Max Bill’s "Continuity" in a New Location / Villa Romana Prizewinners 2012 / Deutsche Bank Foundation supports spectacular Renaissance show at the Bode Museum / Eissalon Bernhard Martin at the Deutsche Bank Kunstraum, Salzburg / Deutsche Bank Supports the Art Fair Tokyo / Deutsche Bank Awards Given in London / Expanding Consciousness: Carsten Höller at the Gerisch Foundation / Deutsche Bank Sponsors Baselitz Show at Galleria Borghese / Art Meets Ecology: Beyond the Horizon at Wall Gallery / The Last Grand Tour at the Museum of Cycladic Art / Yukako Ando Is Awarded Deutsche Bank’s Bergischer Kunstpreis / Urban Utopia: Deutsche Bank Collection Hong Kong opens
Press on Yto Barrada at Deutsche Guggenheim / Agathe Snow at the Deutsche Guggenheim

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