Deutsche Bank Italy plans to open its door to the public Oct. 6, for its sixth annual "Open Day," according to The Art Newspaper.
The bank's Italian headquarters, in Milan, will admit the public from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. for visitors to tour a private collection of more than 400 works by Italian and foreign artists. Deutsche Bank is known for having one of the largest corporate art collections, which it splits among its global offices.
The theme of this year's collection is "Daily Life," which will showcase the intersection of contemporary art and the visitors exploring the exhibition. One of the more notable exhibits to check out is Patrick Tuttofuoco’s neon light sculpture "X-Flag."
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