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Future contemporaries

Serpentine Galleries Future Contemporaries Mystery Night, sponsored by Barclays Private Bank

Making connections

Collectors, clients and artists gathered at London’s Serpentine Galleries this month for a Future Contemporaries Mystery Night, sponsored by Barclays Private Bank.

It’s a real privilege to be able to connect generations of new and existing philanthropists to form a new network to redefine cultural conventions in art, fashion and design.

Karen Frank, CEO, Private Bank & Overseas Services

Yana Peel, CEO and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries say: “A great way to understand and gain access to artists and great art is to be part of a patron community – Future Contemporaries leads the way in bridging this distance between patrons and art, and raising funds for the Galleries’ live and interdisciplinary programmes, for which we are hugely grateful to Barclays Private Bank.

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How multidisciplinary perspectives are reshaping contemporary art

How multidisciplinary perspectives are reshaping contemporary art

Ahead of the Serpentine Future Contemporaries Mystery Night, sponsored by Barclays Private Bank, we interviewed Hans Ulrich Obrist and Claude Adjil of London’s Serpentine Galleries to bring us new perspectives on contemporary art.