Art & Music: Fostering Creativity

Challenging the status quo, seeking new perspectives, taking a different view and starting afresh are qualities of many well-known artists: their inspirations are fuelled by enormous creative energy.

Deutsche Bank Group supports 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.



  • “Time Present” in Tokyo: International Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection

    September 12, 2015 - January 11, 2016 | Tokyo

    Following the premiere at the Singapore Art Museum and a stint at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai, the exhibition “Time Present – Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection” will be on view at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, from Saturday, September 12th, 2015 through Monday, January 11th, 2016. more

  • Artist of the Year 2015

    July 2014 | Global

    Deutsche Bank honors the Japanese Koki Tanaka as Artist of the Year 2015. more


    March 21-24, 2013 | Tokyo

    Deutsche Bank Group (DBG) marked its third consecutive sponsorship of ART FAIR TOKYO (AFT), Japan's largest art fair, held at Tokyo International Forum between March 21-24. During the four days, AFT welcomed over 44,000 visitors to view and buy contemporary, modern and antique art works from more than 140 exhibiting galleries. more

  • L'Opera du Poisson Bleu

    September 1-2, 2012 | Tokyo

    Native Tokyo opera company L'Opera du Poisson Bleu (Aoi Sakana-dan), which Deutsche Bank Group has sponsored since 2009 under its CSR commitment to Art & Music, performed to a full house at the New National Theatre Tokyo on September 1 - 2. more

  • ART FAIR TOKYO 2012 closes with largest-ever visitor numbers

    March 29-April 1, 2012 | Tokyo

    Deutsche Bank Group completed its second main sponsorship of Japan's largest art fair, ART FAIR TOKYO 2012 (AFT) at the Tokyo International Forum between March 29-April 1. more

  • Artist of the Year

    October 2011 | Global

    Deutsche Bank names Roman Ondak "Artist of the Year 2012" more

  • Art Fair Tokyo 2011

    June 2011 | Tokyo

    Deutsche Bank Group was the main sponsor of ART FAIR TOKYO 2011, the largest event of its kind in Japan, which ran from July 29 - 31, at the Tokyo International Forum. The Fair was highly successful and attracted 43,000 visitors during four days. more

  • Art Works

    2011 | Global

    More than 56,000 works of art in over 900 locations in 48 countries. more

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    Angus Fairhurst, Proposal for a Public Place, 2006 (detail) (c) the Estate of Angus Fairhurst, Courtesy Sadie, Codes

    Deutsche Bank Collection

    February 2011 | Frankfurt

    Art in the Deutsche Bank Towers more

  • The Berliner Philharmoniker live in movie theaters

    January 27, 2012 | Nationwide

    Classic music fans from around the world experienced the Berliner Philharmoniker live on the Internet and in more than 70 German and British movie theaters more

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