art kirchberg

PAK – Introduction

Private Art Kirchberg is an open-day event for corporate art collections based on the Kirchberg plateau. It gives the public an opportunity to visit private collections comprising paintings, sculptures, video art, photographs and architecture held by several companies and institutions, providing a new perspective on a neighbourhood that is usually known as a business or shopping district.
The biennial initiative was initiated by Clearstream/Deutsche Börse Group in 2006 and has since been a resounding success. This year, the participants are happy to once again present their art collections to genuine art lovers and those who are simply curious.

This year’s participants are: Allen&Overy, Arendt, European Investment Bank (EIB), Clearstream, Deutsche Bank Luxembourg, Fonds Kirchberg and UBS.

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Commitment to private art collections has grown rapidly over the past few years. The desire of companies to share their treasures with the public has been a natural consequence.
Today, “private” art – works of art owned by institutions and thus not accessible to the public – has become a vital part of our cultural lives. For the company, an art collection offers manifold opportunities: it symbolises commitment to its location and contributes to the development of the latter. It makes art accessible to its employees, fosters corporate culture and creativity, and supports artists. Public interest has also increased because these collections are the result of systematic purchases with a clear concept, taking into account the future surroundings of the different works of art.