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

Victoria and Samuel I. Newhouse Jr.
New York
Publishing
Modern and contemporary art

Ron Pizzuti with Frank Stella’s Targowica III, 1973. CUNNINGHAM CHARLOWE

Ron Pizzuti with Frank Stella’s Targowica III, 1973.

CUNNINGHAM CHARLOWE

Philip S. Niarchos
Saint Moritz, Switzerland
Shipping and finance
Old Masters; Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Takeo Obayashi
Tokyo
General contracting
Contemporary art

Daniel Och
Scarsdale, New York
Hedge Fund
Contemporary and modern art

Maja Oeri and Hans U. Bodenmann
Basel, Switzerland
Inheritance (pharmaceuticals)
Contemporary art

José Olympio and Andrea Pereira
São Paulo, Brazil
Investment Banking
Modern and contemporary Brazilian art

Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo
Naples, Florida
Investment fund
Dutch and Flemish Old Master painting

Michael Ovitz
Los Angeles
Entertainment, finance, and investments
Contemporary art; Ming furniture; African art

Mary and John Pappajohn
Des Moines, Iowa; New York
Venture capital
Modern and contemporary art

Bernardo Paz
Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Mining
Contemporary art

Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Manufacturing
Postwar and contemporary art

Amy and John Phelan
New York; Aspen, Colorado
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art

François Pinault
Paris
Luxury goods (Kering) and auctions (Christie’s)
Contemporary art

Victor Pinchuk
Kiev, Ukraine
Investment Advisory group (EastOne Group)
Contemporary art

Ron Pizzuti
Orlando, Florida; New York; Columbus, Ohio
Real-estate development (The Pizzuti Companies)
Modern and contemporary art and design

Heather and Tony Podesta
Washington, D.C.; Falls Church, Virginia
Lobbying
Contemporary photography, sculpture, and painting

Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli
Milan
Fashion
Contemporary art

Véronique and Louis-Antoine Prat
Paris
Inheritance (manufacturing)
17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century French drawings

Lisa S. and John A. Pritzker
San Francisco
Hotels and investments
Photography

Cindy and Howard Rachofsky
Dallas
Investments
Contemporary and postwar American and European art; postwar Japanese art

Emily and Mitchell Rales
Potomac, Maryland; New York
Tool industry
Modern and contemporary art

Steven Rales
Washington, D.C.
Tool industry
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Louise and Leonard Riggio
New York and Bridgehampton, New York; Palm Beach, Florida
Retail (Barnes & Noble)
Modern and contemporary art

Ellen and Michael Ringier
Zurich
Publishing
Contemporary art; Russian avant-garde art

Inge Rodenstock
Grünewald, Germany
Inheritance
Contemporary German, American, and British art

Deedie and Rusty Rose
Dallas
Investments
Contemporary European, American, and Latin American art; contemporary jewelry

Aby J. Rosen
New York and Southampton, New York
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art; contemporary photography

Eric de Rothschild
Paris and Pauillac, France
Banking
Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

Mera and Donald Rubell
Miami; Washington, D.C.
Medical practice (retired), education, real estate, and hotels; own public contemporary-art foundation
Contemporary art

Betty and Isaac Rudman
Dominican Republic
Imports and manufacturing (home appliances)
Latin American art; numismatics; pre-Columbian art

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