Art, Culture & Sports
Why do we promote art, culture and sports?
Art, culture and sports bring people together, fill them with passion: Art works, inspires people to engage with the present and helps them develop creative ideas for the future. Culture inspires - across borders. It is always an encounter and an exchange. Sports connect people and motivate them to perform and show fairness.
Promoting art, culture and sports means helping to shape our society, to give it new impetus, and enabling people to have unforgettable experiences.
What contribution do we make?
Which projects do we support?
Under the motto “ArtWorks,” Deutsche Bank has offered employees, customers, and the general public access to contemporary art since 40 years. The heart of our art activities is the Deutsche Bank Collection, which today is one of the world’s most renowned corporate collections and whose works are on view in the bank’s office buildings as well as in international exhibitions. The „Artist of the Year“ award honors ermerging artists who have created an artistically, as well as socially relevant, oeuvre. In the sphere of culture, we support the Berliner Philharmoniker, Musikgymnasium Schloss Belvedere in Weimar, and the English Theatre in Frankfurt, among others. As National Sponsor of the German Sports Aid Foundation and as partner of Eintracht Frankfurt Deutsche Bank supports competitive and mass sports. With the German Equestrian Sport Academy, outstanding dressage talents are promoted.
Vibrant, inspiring, and cosmopolitan: the new PalaisPopulaire
Situated in the heart of Berlin, on Unter den Linden boulevard, the PalaisPopulaire by Deutsche Bank combines tradition and the future, local and global culture. It offers visitors an exciting mix of art, culture and sports.
Deutsche Bank Park
Deutsche Bank Sports Scholarship
Forum for art, culture and sports © Matthias Schormann, Artist of the Year © Caline Aoun, Deutsche Bank Collection © Photo: John Wildgoose, © Keith Tyson, Berliner Philharmoniker © Monika Rittershaus, English Theatre: Photo: Christian Muth