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A New Platform for Art, Culture and Sports

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September 04th, 2018
Kristina Lindla, News from Berlin
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In the heart of Berlin, Deutsche Bank is opening a vibrant forum for art, culture, and sports. The PalaisPopulaire will be situated in the rooms of the historic Prinzessinnenpalais at Unter den Linden 5, that was redesigned by the architectural office Kuehn & Malvezzi. It will showcase not only exhibitions from the Deutsche Bank Collection, but also from their partner institutions. Concerts, readings, digital experiences and sport workshops will also take place in the venue.

The PalaisPopulaire aims to become a vibrant, cosmopolitan space that connects lovers of contemporary art and culture as well as sports enthusiasts. According to Thorsten Strauss, Global Head of Art, Culture & Sports of Deutsche Bank, the PalaisPopulaire stands for the fundamental cultural goals that Deutsche Bank has pursued for decades: creating access for everyone, recognizing and promoting talent, and therefore making positive contributions to society.

The PalaisPopulaire will be directed by Svenja von Reichenbach, who has been in charge of Deutsche Bank’s Berlin exhibition activities since 1997 and has led Deutsche Bank KunstHalle from 2013. The PalaisPopulaire enables Deutsche Bank to significantly expand it’s art exhibition space. 

The opening exhibition, The World On Paper, will showcase around 300 highlights and new discoveries, many of which have never been seen by public. It will show the Deutsche Bank Collection from a new perspective by documenting the variety, history, and internationality of the collection. The exhibition is curated by Friedhelm Hütte, who is also responsible for the bank’s worldwide art program.


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