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Leipzig and Munich Celebrate Neo Rauch
Tobias Rehberger at the MAK
Wangechi Mutu named Artist of the Year 2010
The Vip Lounge of Deutsche Bank at TEFAF
Warsaw meets Berlin: Early Years at the Kunstwerke
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The Vip Lounge of Deutsche Bank at TEFAF

Deutsche Bank is once again present at TEFAF in 2010, which it has been supporting for years as the fair’s main sponsor. In its VIP Lounge at the most important fair for art and antiquities worldwide, the bank offers an initial glimpse of the new presentation of young international art in its modernized headquarters in Frankfurt. Four current artistic positions were selected for TEFAF that open up surreal worlds to the viewer: the Canadian Marcel Dzama’s darkly humorous images meet the bizarre pin-ups of the Mexican tattoo artist Dr. Lakra, while Amy Cutler’s enigmatic drawings are juxtaposed with the poetic photographs of the Finnish artist Anni Leppälä.

This year, the European Fine Art Fair TEFAF once again asserts its status as the most important international point of trade for art of all historical eras. Its 23rd run saw yet another increase in the number of participating galleries: after 239 last year, 263 participants from 19 countries are announced for this year. From March 12 – March 21, 2010, they will present their treasures in the Maastricht Exhibition & Congress Center. The spectrum ranges from antiquities to contemporary art, whose presence in the fair has been increasing steadily. After the TEFAF Design section proved successful in 2009, this year sees the initiation of TEFAF on Paper—exclusively works on paper are shown in a space measuring 9,000 square feet.

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Ivan Navarro’s Emotionally Charged Minimalism / Beuys and Beyond: Deutsche Bank Collection in Latin America / Monsters, Myths, Mutations: A Visit with Dr. Lakra / No Fear of Beauty: Beatriz Milhazes / Uwe Lausen: Murder in the Living Room / Between Emergence and Reflection: the Whitney Biennial 2010 / Wangechi Mutu: Between Beauty and Horror / Dematerialized Seeing: A Conversation with Eberhard Havekost
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Beuys and Beyond: Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection in Dialogue with Contemporary Chilean Art / Anniversary in Luxembourg: Deutsche Bank Collection Shows International Contemporary Art / Utopia Matters at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Anish Kapoor’s Memory at the Guggenheim Museum in New York / Imi Knoebel in New York / Mathias Poledna at the Portikus
Artist of the Year: The Press on the Awarding of Wangechi Mutu / The Press on Utopia Matters at the Deutsche Guggenheim
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