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

Dmitry Rybolovlev
Moscow
Fertilizer
19th- and 20th-century painting

Mera and Donald Rubell. COURTESY RUBELL FAMILY COLLECTION, MIAMI

Mera and Donald Rubell.

COURTESY RUBELL FAMILY COLLECTION, MIAMI

Charles Saatchi
London
Advertising
International contemporary art

Lily Safra
Geneva
Inheritance
19th- and 20th-century art

Sainsbury family
London
Supermarkets
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art; world art

Jeannette and Martijn Sanders
Aerdenhout, the Netherlands
Orchestra management (Concertgebouw)
Post-1980s American and European art

Norman and Norah Stone. JASON SCHMIDT

Norman and Norah Stone.

JASON SCHMIDT

Marieke and Pieter Sanders Jr.
Haarlem, the Netherlands
Corporate-law practice
Dutch art; sculpture; contemporary American and European art

Roger and Victoria Sant
Washington, D.C.
Energy
19th- and 20th-century European and American art

Fayez Sarofim
Houston
Investment counseling
Modern and contemporary art; Coptic art; 19th-century American art; Old Masters

Louisa Stude Sarofim
Houston; Santa Fe
Investments
Modern and contemporary art and works on paper

Tatsumi Sato
Hiroshima, Japan
Manufacturing (radiators)
Contemporary art; primitive art; antique textiles

Ute and Rudolf Scharpff
Stuttgart, Germany
Management
Postwar and contemporary art

Christiane Schaufler-Münch and Peter Schaufler
Sindelfingen, Germany
Industry (refrigeration compressors)
Postwar and contemporary art

Chara Schreyer
San Francisco and Los Angeles
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art, photography, and sculpture

Helen and Charles Schwab
San Francisco and Atherton, California
Investment firm
Modern and contemporary art

Marianne and Alan Schwartz
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Law practice
Old Masters; modern prints

Lenore and Adam Sender
Miami; New York
Financial services
Contemporary art

Thomas Shao
Beijing
Publishing
Modern and contemporary Chinese art

Uli Sigg
Mauensee, Switzerland
Media (Ringier Group)
Contemporary art, especially Asian

Peter Simon
London
Retail (Monsoon)
Contemporary art

Carlos Slim Helú
Mexico City
Telecommunications, finance, and retail
Old Masters; pre-Columbian and colonial Mexican art; modern art, especially Rodin

Eric Smidt
Los Angeles
Tools
New York School; contemporary art

Jerry I. Speyer and Katherine G. Farley
New York
Real estate
Contemporary art

Blema and Arnold Steinberg
Montreal; New York
Education (chancellor of McGill University)
Modern and contemporary art; Chinese antiquities

Judy and Michael H. Steinhardt
New York and Mount Kisco, New York
Investment firm
Classical antiquities; modern art, especially drawings; Judaica; Peruvian feathered textiles

Gayle and Paul Stoffel
Dallas; Palm Springs, California; Aspen, Colorado
Investments
Contemporary art

Norah and Norman Stone
San Francisco and Napa Valley, California
Psychology, law practice, and private investments
Contemporary art

Julia Stoschek
Düsseldorf, Germany
Industry (automotive accessories)
Contemporary art,
especially film, video, and new media

Iris and Matthew Strauss
Rancho Sante Fe, California
Private real-estate investments (M. C. Strauss Company)
Contemporary art

Sylvia and Ulrich Ströher
Darmstadt, Germany
Inheritance (beauty products)
German abstract postwar art; contemporary German painting

Lisa and Steven Tananbaum
Westchester, New York; Palm Beach, Florida
Asset management
Postwar and contemporary art

Toby and Joey Tanenbaum
Toronto; Naples, Florida
Real estate and hydroelectric power
African art; naive art; Mayan art

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