During the past year, a number of collectors died after a lifetime of buying art and, in the process, altering art history. From Shanghai to Berlin, these collectors showed that their practices could be serious endeavors with long-lasting impact on the communities and institutions they supported. To hear about the impact of six collectors, ARTnews enlisted museum directors and fellow collectors to speak about their time with figures like Budi Tek, Heiner Pietzsch, and more.
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