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'Art and science inspire the human spirit and pursuit to explore and understand the unknown - through creativity, imagination and individual passion, looking deeper with an open mind to really see the world around us.'
Suzanne Gyorgy leads a team of international art specialists who advise some of the world’s most eminent private collectors on building art collections, art management and estate planning. Suzanne also manages the art finance program, a lending business Citi pioneered in 1979 that enables collectors to unlock liquidity from their art collections.
A noted authority on the art market, Suzanne brings over thirty years of professional experience working with public and private art collections and art collectors. Before joining Citi in 1999, she was the Director of Exhibitions and Collections for the Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey, where she organized many exhibitions ranging from 19th Century European and American paintings to a series of contemporary art projects and exhibitions. Prior to that, Suzanne served as the Director of the PaineWebber (UBS) Art Gallery in New York, organizing exhibitions in partnership with non-profit arts and cultural institutions. She also worked as an independent art advisor managing several important private art collections, and as a consultant to art museums on exhibition coordination. Suzanne began her career as a Registrar for the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
Suzanne’s expertise and experience has made her a sought-after speaker on the international art market circuit where she presents on a wide-range of topics including art finance, collecting and art as an asset. She has published on art and banking and is frequently cited by CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Barrons, and The Art Newspaper among other publications. She holds a degree in Fine Arts from Pratt Institute.