Deutsche Bank Collection Live - Meet the Artist

On the occasion of the exhibition Time Present – Photography from the Deutsche Collection at Berlin’s PalaisPopulaire, Deutsche Bank is launching a new talk series in September in which international artists will discuss their work and the artworks in the corporate collection. Especially in times when admission to exhibitions of works from the Deutsche Bank Collection is limited, Deutsche Bank Collection Live – Meet the Artist creates lively and direct access to contemporary art, to its themes and discourses.

The talks take place both online and in the context of live events and offer participants the opportunity to enter into exchange with artists in the collection. The new talk series will be continued in the future as a permanent fixture and will accompany not only exhibitions at the PalaisPopulaire, but Deutsche Bank’s entire global art activities.

The series begins with talks with Andreas Mühe, Cao Fei, and Axel Hütte during Berlin Art Week. On October 2, it continues with the Japanese photo artist Tokihiro Sato, whose at once magical and minimal landscapes are created through traces of light painting. In his staged photographic works, the Italian-based Albanian artist Adrian Paci explores migration, the consequences of globalization, and the transformation of cultural identities. This is the case in his photo series Back Home (2001), which is on view in Time Present. On October 14, Britta Färber will talk with him, and on October 21 with the Italian artist Andrea Galvani. Galvani, who lives in the USA and Mexico, works on the border between art, science, and philosophy. In his digital photographic works, photographer Martin Liebscher multiplies himself in his pictures and likes to fill the entire Berliner Philharmonie with his image as audience, orchestra, and conductor. On October 23, he will speak with Friedhelm Hütte. The last Time Present participants in the series will be Leipzig artist Anett Stuth, on October 28, and, on November 26, Dutch artist Mathilde ter Heijne, who in her installation Woman to Go (2003) investigates the historical marginalization of women and collective memory. Svenja von Reichenbach, the director of the PalaisPopulaire, will talk with her. The last two talks are scheduled to be held live in the building.

The talks can be watched live on the PalaisPopulaire website and later can be accessed as a video.

Deutsche Bank Collection Live - Meet the Artist
Andreas Mühe
September 10, 2020, 6 pm

Axel Hütte
September 11, 2020, 6 pm

Cao Fei
September 11, 2020, 11 am

Tokihiro Sato
October 2, 2020

Adrian Paci
October 14, 2020, 7 pm

Andrea Galvani
October 21, 2020, 7 pm

Martin Liebscher
October 23, 2020, 6 pm

Anett Stuth
October 28, 2020, 6 pm

Mathilde ter Heijne
November 26, 2020, 7 pm