Art: Beyond Borders
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Citi Private Bank and Sotheby's have joined forces to celebrate the unique power of art to promote understanding and progress across cultures via a global program called Art: Beyond Borders.
This partnership brings together two pioneers that help global art lovers acquire and build extraordinary collections. Our combined expertise, insight, and access offers collectors an unparalleled opportunity to explore the world of art from different cultural and geographic perspectives.
Art: Beyond Borders showcases exciting art and finds fresh perspectives from around the world through a series of co-hosted events across different continents, written editorial, and a specially commissioned video series called ‘Anatomy of an Artwork: Most Famous Artworks in the World’.
The program will take collectors on an enlightening journey where they may gain new insight on a wide range of art, from iconic masterpieces to ground-breaking new works.
We invite you to find out more about some of the world’s most inspiring artwork and how we might help you build, finance, and protect your collections.
Our latest in the Most Famous Artworks in the World series explores a classic court portraiture of the Qianlong emperor which blends emerging Western painting techniques with traditional Chinese tastes.
Art: Beyond Borders is a natural next step for Citi Private Bank and Sotheby's after a working relationship that has spanned four decades.
Our global specialists guide clients through the art market, providing personalized acquisition strategies to create important private art collections that reflect the collector’s vision.
Our events offer collectors an unparalleled opportunity to explore the world of art from different cultural and geographic perspectives.
Sotheby's latest book celebrates the influence of Islamic geometry in Modern and Contemporary Art.
Please get in touch to find out how we may help identify, acquire, or protect art for you.