Suzanne Gyorgy

Managing Director & Global Head of Art Advisory & Finance, Citi Private Bank, New York, USA
Four Season AL MarYah
24TH and 25TH JANUARY 2018
"Join me on the 21st of March 2018 at Art Talks II: Evolving Cultures, Developing Collections alongside Sotheby's, 1858 Ltd Art Advisory and Alessia Zorloni, Author of Art Wealth Management : Managing Private Art Collections where we will explore areas around art and wealth management. Learn more on the overview page."

Citi Private bank is a key partner in building and maintaining a meaningful art collection relationship

Suzanne Gyorgy is a Managing Director and Global Head of Citi Private Bank Art Advisory & Finance. This group, established in 1979, features a team of art specialists who consult with private collectors on building art collections, art management, estate planning for art and offering loans secured by fine art.

Suzanne brings over 25 years of professional experience to her position. Before joining Citi in 1999, Suzanne 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 & 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. Suzanne 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 Paintings and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Suzanne has lectured widely on the topics of Art as an Asset Class and Art Finance and participated on numerous art market panel programs. She has commented on the art market for CNN, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Financial Times, Barrons and Art and Auction magazine among others. Suzanne is a board member of the Association of Professional Art Advisors (APAA) and serves on the membership committee. She graduated from Pratt Institute with a degree in Fine Arts.