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Roman Ondák Deutsche Bank's Artist of the Year 2012
11.01.2011 - 12.31.2012


Roman Ondák is Deutsche Bank's "Artist of the Year" 2012. On the recommendation of the Deutsche Bank Global Art Advisory Council, consisting of renowned curators Okwui Enwezor, Hou Hanru, Udo Kittelmann and Nancy Spector and chaired by Pierre de Weck, member of Deutsche Bank AG's Executive Committee, the bank honors young artists who have already created an extraordinary oeuvre in which works on paper or photography play an important role. The selection was announced at the Frieze Art Fair, which is supported by Deutsche Bank as main sponsor.  

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