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Kunst privat! Hessian Companies Present Their Collections
MACHT KUNST in the Alte Münze - More than 6.000 visitors flock to the 24-hour exhibition
Passion for Paper - Gallery Owner Fred Jahn Awarded Art Cologne Prize 2013
ArtMag Now As Print Magazine
Bodies in Space - Eberhard Linke’s sculptures in Deutsche Bank ArtSpace
MAKE ART: The winners have been selected - Second show announced due to overwhelming response
A Fantastic Journey - Wangechi Mutu in Sydney and Durham
Androgynous Avant-garde - "Glam!" at the Tate Liverpool
The Merging of Art and Life - Pierre Huyghe Awarded the Roswitha Haftmann Prize
Record number of visitors to the final exhibition - End spurt to the opening of the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle
Imran Qureshi: Celebration in Lahore
Polish Contemporary Art at Museum Morsbroich
International Artists at the Villa Romana


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ArtMag Now As Print Magazine

The opening of the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle is not the only reason to celebrate. Parallel to the opening, the first print edition of ArtMag is appearing. For more than ten years, ArtMag has reported online on current tendencies in the art scene and on Deutsche Bank’s art program. In 76 editions so far, the Internet magazine has presented artists, provided background information, and showed the diversity of international contemporary art.

Four times a year, a print edition of ArtMag will accompany Deutsche Bank’s art activities and bring them closer to people who are interested in contemporary art – with reports on artists and curators, interviews, and picture series. In each issue, works of an international artist from the Deutsche Bank Collection will be presented in a portfolio. The first is Yang Fudong, those melancholically beautiful films and photographs reflect the spirit of a young Chinese generation. We present new books and art highlights for the coming months. And on the occasion of the exhibition Stadt in Sicht (City in Sight), we provide urbanists with food for thought and denizens of big cities with practical ideas.  

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"These are not Sunday painters" - Sophie von Olfers on MACHT KUNST / Make Art - The KunstHalle invites all Berlin artists to take part in a 24-hour exhibition / 75 International Highlights in 2013 / Maha Maamoun - Against the touristic eye / Everything is Illuminated: An Interview with Shahzia Sikander / Carlfriedrich Claus - Speaking Utopia's Language / The "Artist of the Year," Imran Qureshi, in an interview
On View
“Saxony – Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection” at the Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig / Pigments, Wax, Steel - Anish Kapoor at the MCA in Sydney
"A Success Story" - The Press on the Deutsche Guggenheim's Farewell Exhibition and on the New "Deutsche Bank KunstHalle"
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