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Deutsche Bank’s Commitment to Contemporary Art, an Essential Aspect of Our Corporate Culture

Deutsche Bank Opens up the World of Contemporary Art

January 28th, 2016
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Deutsche Bank Opens up the World of Contemporary Art for the Public Through its Own Substantial Collection, its Exhibitions, and its Joint Projects with Partners Around the World. Amongst Other Places, in April 2013, the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle Opened as a Platform for Contemporary Art in Berlin.

The KunstHalle is located on the ground floor of the sandstone building of Deutsche Bank on Unter den Linden, which was built in 1920, it presents four high-quality shows a year. The focus is on the Deutsche Bank Collection as well as on cooperation projects with international partner museums, cultural institutions and independent curators.

With its emphasis on works on paper and photography, the collection is dedicated to contemporary work. Art’s “blueprint” character has provided a key thematic impulse for the expansion of the Deutsche Bank Collection and it is making a sustainable contribution to the development of society.

The current exhibition is Jackson Pollock’s ‘Mural Energy Made Visible’, which will take place until the 10th of April 2016. The artist, born in Wyoming in 1912, was inspired by the vast open spaces of the West, by the forces and rhythms of nature, and by the comparison of the American continent compared to the refinements of European culture. Jackson Pollock’s Mural: ‘Energy Made Visible’ documents why this single work revolutionized the history of art. The exhibition includes further key paintings by Pollock, as well as by artists who were close to him, including Lee Krasner and Robert Motherwell, as well as those who subsequently were influenced by his works, such as Andy Warhol.

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Ambra Nicole Strub;, Berlin Global