Cultural Collaborations

Deutsche Bank maintains a number of ongoing relationships with artists and institutions. These collaborations are often meant to assist emerging and contemporary artists as well as increase the accessibility of their work.

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    A student from the Bronx Museum of Art's Teen Council documents his experience at Frieze. Courtesy of the Bronx Museum of Art's Teen Council.

    Deutsche Bank sponsors Frieze New York Education Space

    May 10-13, 2013 | New York

    Contemporary art program by Free Arts NYC debuts with dedicated spaced for children and teens. more

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    Stefan Krause (R), Deutsche Bank Management Board member, greets Richard Armstrong (L), Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation.

    Deutsche Bank KunstHalle will showcase global art in Berlin

    February 7, 2013 | New York, NY

    New exhibition space follows conclusion of the Deutsche Guggenheim partnership. more

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    Penelope Umbrico (*1957, USA), "7,526,056 Suns From Flickr (Partial) 7/17/10", 2010, Munted Digital C-Prints, Patricia Cronin

    © Penelope Umbrico

    New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)

    Deutsche Bank has a long and rich history of working with the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) to provide opportunities for emerging contemporary artists. more

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    Miwa Yanagi (*1967, Japan), Elevator Girl House B4, 1998. From the series Elevator Girls. C-Print, © Miwa Yanagi

    Miwa Yanagi

    For years, Deutsche Bank has been pleased to enjoy a special relationship with the acclaimed Japanese artist, Miwa Yanagi. more

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    Installation photograph: “Beuys and Beyond – Teaching as Art” at the Museo de Artes Visuales (MAVI), Santiago de Chile

    Beuys and Beyond - Teaching as Art

    Deutsche Bank is joining together with seven museums in six countries to present “Beuys and Beyond – Teaching as Art,” an exhibition of works on paper from the Deutsche Bank Collection. more

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    Installation photograph from "Anna Did Not Come Home that Night, II." Designed by Robert Wilson

    Art Downtown: Connecting Collections

    October 22 - December 10, 2004 | New York

    Deutsche Bank partnered with Wall Street Rising, a nonprofit dedicated to restoring the vibrancy and vitality that existed in Lower Manhattan prior to the events of September 11th, 2001. more

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