Citi Art Advisory Reports

Citigroup boasts one of the most long-standing art advisory groups in the industry, created for their high-net-worth clients in 1979 by banker turned gallerist, art critic and dealer, Jeffrey Deitch. The group publishes a brief annual report, as well as, periodic in-depth technical research, supported by the Global Perspectives & Solutions group.

The 2015 Global Art Market report covers a variety of information relevant to investors. Those interested can find the correlation matrix between art and thirteen other asset classes, including US equities and 10-Year Treasury Notes, on page 48 and recommended portfolio weightings on page 50.

The Global Art Market

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