60 Wall Gallery

60 Wall Gallery presents three to four exhibitions annually for the benefit of staff and clients. Curated by Deutsche Bank Art, the gallery is located in Deutsche Bank's Americas headquarters. Exhibitions feature highlights from the collection and works on loan by emerging artists and established galleries. 60 Wall Gallery serves as a unique opportunity to further demonstrate that Art works to broaden perspectives and enhance daily life at Deutsche Bank.

Current Exhibition

Out of Place

October 4, 2017 - January 26, 2018

Faig Ahmed / Gabriela Albergaria / Dawn Clements / Jose Davila / Jessica Dickinson / Tania Candiani / Spencer Finch / Imi Knoebel / Gabriel Orozco / Teresa Margolles / Bosco Sodi

Place can define one as an individual, citizen and human being.  It elicits memories, coded from childhood or constructed over time and experience which become inseparable from our personhood. Using a variety of materials, the eleven international artists in Out of Place respond to specific environments in nature, architecture, and interior and exterior space in differing and unconventional ways.  Their positions are rooted in traditional art making, yet go beyond. Their practices are shaped by implicit systems which define the work’s outcome. Their processes are time-based, cumulative and observational.

Ranging across mediums including collage, drawing, printmaking, digital photography, fiber and sculptural painting, the artists physically collect, cut, draw, weave, rub and pour to complete the work. Each considers the physical environment or a particular place as a conceptual tool to create art.  They present a hands-on approach that is also connected to repetitive actions as they mine for the nuances of personal experience or expose the sharp points of political and collective histories.

Influenced by art history as well as the present, these contemporary artists both from the Deutsche Bank Collection and invited to exhibit here for the first time, view pattern, form, color, negative space and their interplay as part of subject matter and craft.  While the artworks differ in medium and process, they all subvert expectations, stretching traditional format and materials in unique ways.             

This exhibition is curated by Liz Christensen

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Dawn Clements, Rome-Brooklyn Branches, 2011, 44x33”, Ballpoint pen ink on paper
Dawn Clements, Rome-Brooklyn Branches, 2011, 44x33”, Ballpoint pen ink on paper
Jessica Dickinson, Held-, 2015, 50x42”, Mixed media
Jessica Dickinson, Held-, 2015, 50x42”, Mixed media
Teresa Margolles, Blanket (The Shade), 2016, 66x55”, Color print
Teresa Margolles, Blanket (The Shade), 2016, 66x55”, Color print
Bosco Sodi, Untitled, 2010, 43x30”, Mixed media on board
Bosco Sodi, Untitled, 2010, 43x30”, Mixed media on board
Tania Candiani, Reinterpretation of landscape, 34x26”, Color print
Tania Candiani, Reinterpretation of landscape, 34x26”, Color print
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