We support this energy with our commitment to the visual arts and music. A cornerstone of our art commitment is the Deutsche Bank Collection, which – through the continuous acquisition of artworks from young artists over the past 30 years – has evolved into one of the world’s largest and most important corporate art collections. In addition to further developing the collection, we show our commitment to art and music through longstanding partnerships with partners such as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in New York, Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin and the Berliner Philharmoniker.
For decades, Deutsche Bank has promoted promising young artists and, at the same time, has given a broad audience access to experience art and music. In this way, we encourage people to try something new and broaden their horizons.
February 2012 | ZurichSince early February 2012, the art installment in the Prime Towers in Zurich has constituted another highlight of the corporate collection. In the 400-foot-high building, the highest in the city, Deutsche Bank’s five floors stand entirely under the sign of contemporary Swiss art. more
January 25, 2012 | New YorkThe funds to 15 New York City arts and cultural organizations were awarded on a competitive basis through the Foundation’s long standing Arts & Enterprise initiative which supports the role of cultural institutions in facilitating community revitalization. more
Salute to the Patriots, 2008 | © O Zhang
January 28 – April 9 | BerlinDeutsche Guggenheim presents films, photographies and projections by nine artists dealing with the importance of translation. more
Artwork: Angus Fairhurst, Proposal for a Public Space, 2006 (Detail)
(c) Courtesy The Estate of Angus Fairhurst, Courtesy Sadies Coles HQ, London
December 2011 | GlobalExplore with this app over 1,000 artworks from 60 artists from 40 countries on 60 floors in the new Deutsche Bank Towers in Frankfurt. more
January 2012 | SingaporeAs part of Deutsche Bank Singapore's 40th anniversary, Deutsche Bank is sponsoring a series of four lunchtime concerts performed by musicians from the Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO) in the lobby of the Singapore office. more
January 27, 2012 | NationwideClassic music fans from around the world experienced the Berliner Philharmoniker live in the Internet and in more than 70 German and British movie theaters. more
Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim: Being Singular Pluralmore
Frieze Art Fair: Deutsche Bank has extended its existing partnership with Frieze Art Fair to include Frieze New York and Frieze Masters.more
95 percent of the more than 56,000 artworks in the Deutsche Bank Collection are accessible to the public. The collection focuses on young, international contemporary artworks.
75,000 art fans visited the exhibition Beuys and Beyond in Buenos Aires over a period of just eight weeks.
654,000 visitors came in 2010 to the Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim New York arts.
14,250 young people participated in Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank - a program which introduces school students to the works of Shakespeare.