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In This Issue
Top 100 Art Collectors
With collectors buying, selling and showing, the thirst for great art is just as strong as the market that sells it.
Art and About
The Public Art Fund pushes the boundaries of public art—one plaza at a time.
Dress for Success San Antonio, led by local affiliate co-founder and executive director Pamela Taylor, recently received a transformational $1 million gift from Valero Energy Foundation.
By Menachem Kaiser
By Steven Woodhead
Appointing someone to government?
About to embark on a multi-million dollar museum renovation?
Want to build a breathtaking community in Florida, maybe with a world class gallery to go along with it? Then the first person on your Rolodex better be Hilary Weston.
By Alanna Mager
He’s gone everywhere and tasted everything. Now chef Anthony Bourdain’s bringing his hard-charging act to CNN.
By Nancy A. Ruhling
Ella Fontanals-Cisneros is in Miami, and in love with art. So why aren’t you?
William Etundi, Jr
By Julie Jacobs
William Etundi, Jr. tries to tear down the art world’s guilded curtain.
By Rena Godfrey
The late billionaire Ken Thomson gave it funding.Starchitect Frank Gehry gave it a new face. But the AGO’s director and CEO Matthew Teitelbaum gave it heart.
By Liliane-Carol Benoit
Can an egg collection be worth $2 billion? It can when it belongs to Alexander Ivanov—and the eggs are Fabergé.
Barry Lord & Gail Dexter Lord
By Marc Weisblott
Building a shrine to human rights or revitalizing a city’s cultural footprint? Better call Barry Lord & Gail Dexter Lord.
By Darren Gluckman
From his perch in Pittsburgh, Eric Shiner is presiding over Andy Warhol’s legacy.
Alex Kalman, Josh and Ben Safdie
By Romy Otulski
For a pair of brothers and their buddy, making sense of the world begins in a freight elevator somewhere in Manhattan.
- Stand Up To Cancer
- Artists for Peace and Justice at TIFF
- Art For Life
- Do Something Awards
- Super Saturday
- Aspen ArtCrush
- Louis Vuitton Maison Opening