The 2018 ARTnews Top 200 Collectors
The world’s top collectors in 2018—among whose recent acquisitions are a 2011 “Coca-Cola” work by Danh Vo and Arthur Jafa’s widely acclaimed Love Is the Message, The Message Is Death (2016)—include newcomers like Laurene Powell Jobs, the founder of Emerson Collective, a social justice organization, and widow of Steve Jobs; Elizabeth and Phillip Chun, founders of the art-filled resort Paradise City in Incheon, South Korea; philanthropist Suzanne Deal Booth, who recently joined forces with fellow “Top 200” collectors Amanda and Glenn R. Fuhrman to jointly fund an $800,000 artist prize; and two executives from Grupo Televisa, Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega and Bernardo Gómez Martínez.
- Wool Gathering
The Hill Art Foundation will open next year
on New York’s High Line park
- Maximum Minimalism
Emily and Mitchell Rales’s expanded Glenstone Museum will rank
among the most ambitious private art museums in the world
In Los Angeles, Jane and Marc Nathanson’s starry nights
Lonti Ebers goes to work on new residency
programs for Brooklyn and Tuscany
Francesca von Habsburg looks to art and science
for answers to questions about the environment
- Mountain Time
Grazyna Kulczyk has big plans for
the remote town in the Swiss Alps
- Art to Pore Over
Andrea and José Olympio Pereira display their
collection in a coffee warehouse in Brazil
Read the full issue here.
COVER J. Tomilson Hill photographed in the Hill Art Foundation in New York on July 30, 2018. PHOTOGRAPHY: MELANIE DUNEA; MAKEUP: KATIA HRONCICH | BOTTOMYayoi Kusama’s Great Gigantic Pumpkin as installed in Top 200 newcomers Elizabeth and Phillip Chun’s Paradise City. ©YAYOI KUSAMA/COURTESY DAVID ZWIRNER, NEW YORK; OTA FINE ARTS, TOKYO, SINGAPORE, AND SHANGHAI; VICTORIA MIRO, LONDON; AND YAYOI KUSAMA INC.