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AxME - Ellen Gallagher at the Tate Modern
Kunst privat! Hessian Companies Present Their Collections
In the Urban Jungle - Hou Hanru Curates the 5th Auckland Triennial
The Golden Rider: Lenbachhaus Radiates New Splendor - supported by Deutsche Bank Stiftung
Imran Qureshi in New York´s Metropolitan Museum
MACHT KUNST in the Alte Münze - More than 6.000 visitors flock to the 24-hour exhibition
Beyond Borders - Arab Female Artists at the ZKM
Master of Institutional Critique - Deutsche Bank Foundation Sponsors John Knight Project in Portikus
MAKE ART: The winners have been selected - Second show announced due to overwhelming response
A Fantastic Journey - Wangechi Mutu in Sydney and Durham

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Kunst privat!
Hessian Companies Present Their Collections



A weekend of art: On June 8 and 9, 2013, companies based in the German state of Hesse are presenting their collections to the public. For the ninth time, the Kunst privat! Initiative is offering insights into the diverse art activities and collecting philosophies of around 40 companies. Deutsche Bank is inviting people to come to its Frankfurt headquarters, where works by some 100 artists from more than 40 countries are on view. Ranging from photographs from India, Brazil, and South America to conceptual works from Eastern Europe, the works in the Deutsche Bank Towers give a concise overview of the current international art scene.

Among the participants in Kunst privat! are large companies such as Lufthansa and Deutsche Börse with its renowned photo collection. This year, Deutsche Börse is presenting works by young artists from the Rhine-Main region that the company has sponsored in recent years. Small companies are also taking part. In their transformer station, Sattler KunststoffWerke are showing works on the topic of “Animals and Spaces,” while the focus of Wallrich Asset Management AG’s current art presentation is on works by the Berlin painter Norbert Bisky.


Kunst privat
June 8-9, 2013




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