Deutsche Bank Art Collection
The collection of contemporary art of Deutsche Bank Luxembourg was especially brought together for the new building as designed by the famous German architect Gottfried Böhm and finished in 1991. The building surrounded on its outside by sandstone pillars welcomes its visitors inside with a spacious, open and translucent hall topped by a spectacular glass dome. Today’s art is omnipresent in the open office zones as well as in the secluded areas. Within the Deutsche Bank Group the collection in Luxembourg is quite unique with regard to the interaction between art and architecture. Our commitment is based on the conviction that art displayed in the bank as part of our culture and as a major element of our society should be directly accessible to staff, customers and visitors alike.
Deutsche Bank Luxembourg’ art collection presents works by Georg Baselitz, Sylvie Fleury, Günther Förg, Imi Knoebel, Markus Lüpertz, A.R. Penck, Klaus Rinke, Fernand Roda, Cornelia Schleime, Emil Schumacher, Katharina Sieverding, Michael Wesely, and many other artists.
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Photo: Anish Kapoor's 'Turning the World Upside Down' in the reception of Deutsche Bank’s London office
2, Boulevard Konrad Adenauer