Deutsche Bank has one of the most significant corporate art collections in the world. The collection concentrates on contemporary works on paper by international artists and is exhibited in over 900 of our offices around the world.
'Art works’, the motto of the bank’s Global Art Programme, is based on our firm belief that art enriches people and it opens up new perspectives. The collection creates a vibrant and creative environment for staff, clients and visitors and we further encourage a relationship with contemporary art with our comprehensive art and music programme which includes art tours, art talks and visits to exhibitions and events. We also ensure financial support and encouragement goes directly to the art world, always buying direct from artists or from galleries rather than at auction, thus helping to foster creativity.
Runners-up Griffin Primary Year 6
Harry Reidy from Culford School, Suffolk was awarded first place in the Saatchi Gallery/Deutsche Bank Art Prize for schools 2014 at a ceremony in London. Two runner-up prizes were awarded to the Year 6 pupils from Griffin Primary School, London and Rosie Rendles from Whitley Bay High School, Tyune and Wear. more
Winchester House, our London headquarters, dedicates conference rooms to artists from around the world. Highlighting how the collection now reflects art trends on a very global basis. more
2013 | London
Victor Man (born 1974 in Cluj, Romania) is Deutsche Bank's 'Artist of the Year' 2014. more
Explore the Deutsche Bank's UK collection of international contemporary art. more
Frieze Art Fair 2012 more
Artworks by over 200 artists from the collections in London, Frankfurt and Hong Kong can be shared via the new art apps
Through our community connections, there are over 36,000 participants in art education programs around the world
Since the opening of our headquarters building in London in 1999, we've held over 350 tours, enabling over 7,000 people to view the collection
The Deutsche Bank Collection is displayed in over 1,700 global brances