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We offer clients the guidance and information they need to become informed and confident art collectors.
A specialist in 19th century European, Impressionist and Modern art, Fotini Xydas has been helping clients at Citi Private Bank for more than a decade. She provides objective advice on art acquisitions and sales, as well as evaluating and managing Citi’s international art finance portfolio.
Fotini Xydas has experienced both curating exhibitions and appraising art. She began her career at Sotheby’s and Hollis Taggart Galleries. She has completed all coursework for a PhD in Art History from the City University of New York Graduate Center, where she holds a master’s in philosophy and a master’s from Columbia University in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies.
Our long-established art advisory and finance business helps clients build meaningful art collections while providing care and wealth planning, as well as the ability to raise capital from their art. On top of this, our exceptional private banking business team provides key insights into opportunities and developments in the art market worldwide.
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. To learn more, click here.
The Citi Private Bank Art Advisory & Finance is a comprehensive fine art consulting service that provides collection administration, estate consultation, philanthropic planning, and art financing. All credit products are subject to credit approval. Alternative assets such as art are speculative, may not be suitable for all clients, and are intended for those who are willing to bear high economic risks. The Citi Private Bank Art Advisory & Finance does not advise clients how to profit from the purchase of art or guarantee that a particular piece can be sold or otherwise used for a financial transaction for any amount including an amount equal to the purchase price.Contact us