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The 2014 ARTnews 200 Top Collectors

Who are the world's most active art buyers? Presenting the 2014 ARTnews 200

Summer 2014 issue will be available on newsstands July 8, 2014.

ARTnews Summer 2014 issue will be available on newsstands July 8, 2014.

Shelley Fox Aarons and Philip E. Aarons
New York
Real estate
Contemporary art

Roman Abramovich and Dasha Zhukova
Steel, mining, investments, and professional soccer (Chelsea Football Club)
Modern and contemporary art

Ricard Akagawa
São Paulo, Brazil
Travel agency
Contemporary Latin American art

Paul Allen
Computer software and sports franchises
Impressionism; Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

Hélène and Bernard Arnault
Luxury goods (LVMH)
Contemporary art

Laura and John Arnold
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

Hans Rasmus Astrup
Shipping- and finance-related activities
Contemporary art

Candace Carmel Barasch
New York
Real estate
Contemporary art

Maria Arena and William Bell Jr.
Los Angeles
Television production
Modern and contemporary art

Nicolas Berggruen
Beverly Hills, California
Inheritance, investments (Berggruen Holdings)
Modern and contemporary art

Ernesto Bertarelli
Gstaad, Switzerland
Biotech, investments
Modern and contemporary art

Yang Bin
Car dealer
Modern and contemporary Chinese art

Debra and Leon Black
New York
Investment banking
Old Masters; Impressionism; modern painting; Chinese sculpture; contemporary art

Len Blavatnik
New York; London
Investments (media, industrials, real estate)
Modern and contemporary art

Neil G. Bluhm
Real estate
Postwar and contemporary art

Christian Boros
Advertising, communication, and publishing
Contemporary art

Irma and Norman Braman
Miami Beach
Automobile dealerships
Modern and contemporary art

Udo Brandhorst
Postwar and contemporary art

Peter M. Brant
Greenwich, Connecticut
Newsprint manufacturing
Contemporary art; design; furniture

Edythe L. and Eli Broad
Los Angeles
Financial services and housing development (retired)
Contemporary art

Bettina and Donald L. Bryant Jr.
New York; St. Helena and Indian Wells, California
Executive and employee benefits, wine making (Bryant Family Vineyard)
Old Masters; American masters of the second half of the 20th century; Abstract Expressionism, especially de Kooning

Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy
Colorado; Connecticut; New York
Inheritance (shopping malls) and commodities trading
Contemporary art

Christian Bührle
Old Masters; German Expressionism; Swiss art; modern and contemporary art

Joop van Caldenborgh
Wassenaar, the Netherlands
Chemical industry (Caldic)
Modern and contemporary art, diverse mediums including sculpture, photography, artists’ books, video, and installations

Edouard Carmignac
Asset management
Contemporary art

Trudy and Paul Cejas
Miami Beach
Investments (PLC Investments, Inc.)
Postwar and contemporary art, especially Zero

Richard Chang
New York; Beijing
Contemporary art

Pierre Chen
Taipei, Taiwan
Modern and contemporary art

Halit Cingillioglu
Impressionism; postwar, modern, and contemporary art

Kemal Has Cingillioglu
Contemporary art

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


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