Deutsche Bank Asia has always considered its commitment and contribution to the arts and culture an integral part of its corporate social responsibility programme. In 1979, Deutsche Bank founded the world's most significant art collection of contemporary works on paper and photography. Under the motto "Art works" the aim is to make our collection accessible to staff and the general public. Today, its collection of over 56,000 works of art can be seen in over 1,700 branches and offices worldwide. The main objectives are to promote contemporary art and fostering young talent particularly from developing and emerging countries in the region through acquiring their works and by sponsoring various art-related projects.
Find out more about our global art activities at the global Fostering Creativity homepage and in our online art magazine ArtMag.
March 2014 | Hong Kong
As part of Deutsche Bank’s commitment to promote art through its various cultural activities, the Risk Corporate Responsibility team hosted another enjoyable musical event with the Princess Alexandra School (PAS), a local school for students who have disabilities. more
February 2014 | Philippines
As part of its 'Appreciating Art in Deutsche Bank' programme and 'Art Inspires' project, Deutsche Bank Philippines and Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS), a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, announced the 2013 winners of the ‘Excellence in Art’ Awards on February 7. more
May 2013 | Hong Kong
On May 25, Deutsche Bank volunteers spent an inspiring morning with students at Art Basel in Hong Kong, supporting our engagement with arts and society and also enjoying a new perspective on some of the amazing artworks on display. more
March 2013 | Philippines
Celebrity soul singer, songwriter and actress Jocelyn Eve Stoker, or Joss Stone as she is popularly known, visited DKS Rock-ed, a community programme sponsored by Deutsche Bank and run by staff from Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) Philippines. Rock-ed (short for Rock education) provides street children in and around Manila the opportunity to appreciate and learn about music. more
January 2013 | Singapore
For the second consecutive year, the Deutsche Bank Lunchtime Concert Series will feature the Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO). The concerts will be held at the Bank’s One Raffles Quay office. The building landlord, Raffles Quay Asset Management (RQAM), once again graciously supported this by sponsoring the staging of the concerts. more
January 2013 | Singapore
Deutsche Bank Singapore is a founding sponsor of Open House (popularly known as OH!), an unique art walkabout where hosts open up their dwellings as art galleries and visitors get a rare opportunity to appreciate art outside the formal setting of a museum or gallery. The latest edition of OH! was held in corporate offices in Marina Bay, the new financial downtown of Singapore. more