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Deustche Bank lends artworks by Marc Quinn to business aviation airport
09/11/2017 , Cityfly

Deutsche Bank has loaned TAG Farnborough Airport an exclusive display of work by British contemporary artist, Marc Quinn from its collection. In collaboration with Tatiana Ojjeh, Deutsche Bank Art, Culture & Sports and Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, the series of five works, entitled Through Eye of History, is on view at the airport’s terminal until early next year, with the aim of further enhancing the customer experience at the business aviation airport. 

Assembled by Ms Ojjeh, founder of ARTLINER: Art & Aviation and on loan to the airport courtesy of Deutsche Bank Art, Culture & Sports, this collection of works presents images of the world map from various perspectives over images of the human eye. 

“This visually stunning collection is a welcome addition to our award-winning main terminal and following the success of our earlier exhibition of Damien Hirst artwork is the latest example of our on-going commitment to creating a unique and bespoke customer experience at the airport,” commented TAG Farnborough Airport chief executive, Brandon O’Reilly. 

“The work of Marc Quinn is truly inspiring and we are delighted to present these works from the Deutsche Bank Collection to TAG Farnborough. This initiative is part of our aim to provide clients, staff, and the general public with platforms to interact and experience aspects of today’s art, culture and sports,” said Thorsten Strauss, global head of Art, Culture & Sports at Deutsche Bank. 



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