Deutsche Bank Art Collection
For over thirty years Deutsche Bank has been supporting the arts through the creation and growth of the firm’s corporate art collection. Begun in the 1970’s, the collection focuses on the mediums of photography and artwork on paper by contemporary artists from across the globe.
Our team has a long-standing relationship with Deutsche Bank, designing museum quality framing solutions for the collection on a regular basis. Each frame is produced by hand in our London workshops to bespoke requirements, ensuring the profile shape, the colour and the finish carefully match and enhance the artwork within. As well as being aesthetically beautiful, each design is created with acid free materials for long-term conservation. Conservation picture glazing and specialist hanging solutions protect the artworks from degrading elements such as heat, light and dust which can damage artworks subtley over time. Our commitment to museum standards protects the investment made by Deutsche Bank and ensures the collection can be enjoyed by their staff and clients for years to come.
To find out more about the Deutsche Bank art collection or pre-booking onto one of their guided tours, please visit their website.
Deutsche Bank Office,1 Great Winchester St, London EC2N 2DB
The Riley Room in Deutsche Bank London featuring 'Red Dominance', 'Blue Dominance' and 'Green Dominance' by Bridget Riley
A corridor in Deutsche Bank London with 'Icy Prospects' by Jorma Puranen
Keith Tyson's '12 Harmonics' in the Deutsche Bank London reception
Photography by John Wildgoose