This catalogue features the art collection of Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong, marking the launch of a new art concept for its Head Office in ICC Tower, Hong Kong. Presenting works by Asian and other international contemporary artists under the title 'Urban Utopia', the new art concept hopes to inspire employess, clients and guests of the bank by the new premises - from the interior views of creative works of art to the panoramic exterior view over the city around it. The artworks are presented in the catalogue in four chapters - 'Urban Utopia', 'Landscape - Shan Shui', 'Layers of Memory', and 'Special Commissions', each with an introduction written by Sabrina Fung. An article entitled 'When Art Encounters Urbanisation' by Oscar Ho, artists' biographies as well as list of works are included.
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dou hui wu tuo bang: de yi zhi yin xing yi shu shou cang xiang gang

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Art as a Global Language - Pierre de Weck
Urban Utopia: Deutsche Bank Collection - Friedhelm HUETTE, Claudia SCHICKTANZ
When Art Encounters Urbanisation - HO Hing Kay Oscar, 何慶基
Urban Utopia: Deutsche Bank Collection Hong Kong
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