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Cardboard Memories: New York's MoMA is dedicating a large retrospective to the German photographer Thomas Demand in March. Harald Fricke visited the artist in his Berlin studio
A walk in the park: The opening of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's project "The Gates" in New York has attracted countless visitors to Central Park. A report by Cheryl Kaplan
"Eight Grey" in Düsseldorf: Gerhard Richter's mirror masterpiece for the Deutsche Guggenheim can now be seen in a large retrospective at the K20
Pilgrimage for collectors: This year, Deutsche Bank is once again co-sponsor of the renowned art and antiquities fair TEFAF in Maastricht
Transgressing borders, jettisoning convention: "No Limits, Just Edges" at the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin shows Jackson Pollock's paintings on paper
Examining the concepts of sculpture: The exhibition "Dialog Skulptur" is now showing approximately 100 drawings and sculptures from the Deutsche Bank Collection
Design meets Art: Creative director Tony Finegan of the London-based agency SPIN on his work for "Visuell," Deutsche Bank Art's magazine
"Bringing out the innermost being": The reactions of the German Press to the current Jackson Pollock exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin
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