Features The Top 200 Collectors

The 2013 ARTnews 200 Top Collectors

Who are the world's most active art buyers? Presenting the 2013 ARTnews 200

Halit Cingillioglu
Impressionism; postwar, modern, and contemporary art

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Ella Fontanals Cisneros
Madrid; Gstaad, Switzerland
Investments, real estate, and telecommunications
Contemporary art, video, and photography, with an emphasis on architecture and historical geometric abstraction from Latin America

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Gustavo A. Cisneros
Caracas, Venezuela; Dominican Republic; New York
Media, entertainment, telecommunications, consumer products, and travel resorts
Modern and contemporary Latin American art; 19th-century traveler artists to Latin America; colonial art and objects from Latin America; Amazonian ethnographic objects

Alexandra and Steven A. Cohen
Greenwich, Connecticut
Hedge fund
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Cherryl and Frank Cohen
Cheshire, England
Home-improvement stores
Contemporary art; modern British art

Eduardo F. Costantini
Buenos Aires
Asset management and real estate
Modern and contemporary Latin American art

Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz
Key Biscayne, Florida
Coca-Cola bottling in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
Contemporary art

Dimitris Daskalopoulos
Financial services and investment company (Damma Holdings SA)
Contemporary art, especially large-scale installations; sculpture, drawings, collage, film, and video

Hélène and Michel Alexandre David-Weill
New York and Long Island, New York; Paris and Cap d’Antibes, France
17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century French painting

Philippe Decelle
Plastic design, especially Pop furniture made between 1960 and 1973

Beth Rudin DeWoody
New York and Southampton, New York; West Palm Beach, Florida
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art

Robert and Renee Drake
Wassenaar, Netherlands
Contemporary art

Glenn Dubin
New York
Asset Management
Modern and contemporary art

Barney Ebsworth
Cruise ships and luxury travel (Intrav)
20th-century American art; Old Masters

Stefan T. Edlis and H. Gael Neeson
Chicago; Aspen, Colorado
Plastics manufacturing (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art

Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth
Construction and Investments
Scandinavian, European, and American contemporary art

Caryl and Israel Englander
New York
Hedge fund
Contemporary art

Agnes and Karlheinz Essl
Vienna and Klosterneuburg, Austria
Retail (bauMax)
Contemporary art, especially Austrian and German painting

Harald Falckenberg
Hamburg, Germany
Law practice and filling-station equipment
Contemporary German and American art

Frank J. Fertitta III and Lorenzo Fertitta
Las Vegas
Casinos (Station Casinos) and professional fighting (Ultimate Fighting Championship)
Modern and contemporary art

Aaron I. Fleischman
Miami Beach
Law and investments
Modern and contemporary art

Maxine and Stuart Frankel
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Real estate
Minimalism; abstract art; ceramics; new media art

Amanda and Glenn R. Fuhrman
New York
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art

Soichiro Fukutake
Okayama, Japan
Impressionism; contemporary art

Antoine de Galbert
Primitive art; contemporary art

Danielle and David Ganek
New York
Family office and novelist
Contemporary art; photography

Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis
Regensburg, Germany
Inheritance and investments
Contemporary art

Ingvild Goetz
Inheritance (mail-order retail)
Contemporary art

Noam Gottesman
New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

Laurence Graff
Gstaad, Switzerland
Modern and contemporary art


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