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Art at Bank of America

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Why supporting living artists matters

World renowned artist and Artadia board member Nick Cave and Bank of America Art Program Curator, Jennifer Brown, sit down with Drew Watson, Head of Art Services at Bank of America to discuss the importance of supporting living working artists. ​



The Art of Transformation

Miami is a powerful example of a thriving arts scene driving positive change in local identity, global reputation and economic benefit. Meet local champions from The Bass Museum and Bakehouse Art Complex (two of the many arts organizations Bank of America supports annually) and get a peek at their public art collaboration, The Windows Project, in this video.



Bank of America Supports Community of Gallerists and Collectors at TEFAF New York

Art fairs are an abundant resource for aficionados, but few are as valuable as TEFAF New York—that is why Bank of America is proud to sponsor this event. The combination of top-flight galleries, the fair’s rigorous vetting process, educational panel discussions, and informal opportunities to connect with the bank’s Art Services team makes TEFAF New York the ideal platform for collectors of all tastes and experience levels.  


Why Bank of America supports TEFAF New York

This video is a series of interviews with the Bank of America Art Services team, and it explains why TEFAF is important to the art world and how Bank of America is a leading global supporter of the art community.

Our shared values around intrinsic value of art, transparency in the art market, and cultural sustainability makes Bank of America a great partner for TEFAF New York (May 12-16). The opportunity to engage with our clients around their most important asset—their art collections—is one the many reasons we support this leading fair in the art world.

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