Sunday, November 05, 2017

“Iconic”, Pameran Tunggal Karya Yuswantoro Adi



"Masterpiece of Indonesia" (1997), lukisan karya Yuswantoro Adi yang dipamerkan dalam pameran tunggalnya, "Iconic", 10-22 November 2017, di Galeri Nasiona Indonesia.

Yuswantoro Adi, salah satu perupa ternama Yogyakarta, hendak menghelat pameran tunggalnya, 10-22 November 2017 di Gedung A, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur no. 14, Gambir, Jakarta Pusat. Pameran tunggal ini rencananya hendak mengeksposisi sekitar 20 karya, dan puluhan karya lukis anak-anak yang menjadi anak didik Yuswantoro sebagai “guru gambar”. Karya-karya yang digelar tidak semua karya baru, namun beragam kurun waktunya, termasuk karya bertajuk “Masterpiece of Indonesia” yang dibuatnya tahun 1997. Karya kreasi Yuswantoro 20 tahun lalu tersebut merupakan karya yang memenangi kompetisi seni lukis Philip Morris Art Award di level nasional (Indonesia) dan juga juara ketika dipertarungkan di tingkat Asia Tenggara pada tahun yang sama.

Dengan menilik materi karya yang beragam tahun pembuatannya, maka pameran tunggal ini bisa dikatakan sebagai “pameran mini retrospektif”, atau pameran yang menelusuri potongan kecil jejak perjalanan kreatif seorang seniman. Karya tertua dalam pameran ini dibuat tahun 1997, maka belum sangat mewakili keutuhan perjalanan kreatif kesenimanan perupa Yuswantoro Adi.

Pameran tungal ini bertajuk kuratorial “Iconic”. “Iconic” jika dituliskan dalam bahasa Indonesia menjadi: “ikonik” yang berarti segala sesuatu yang bersifat atau mengandung unsur ikon. Seperti kita ketahui, ikon memiliki pengertian sebagai gambar, baik berupa logo, tanda, lambang, simbol dan atau apa pun berupa visual, bahkan tempat, gedung atau wajah manusia, yang telah memiliki daya kohesi/rekat tertentu dengan diri dan/atau sekitarnya. Gambar itu akan disebut sebagai ikonik bila dikenal/diakui oleh banyak orang. Lebih lagi jika ia terkenal. Misalnya Menara Eiffel adalah ikon Perancis, Maradona ikon sepakbola juga ikon Argentina, Yinyang adalah ikon sekaligus falsafah masyarakat Tiongkok, dan sebagainya.

Dalam pameran ini Yuswantoro tidak sekadar ingin membeberkan ikon-ikon yang ada dalam ingatan masyarakat. Namun lebih dari itu, berupaya untuk “mengganggu” kebekuan ingatan bersama masyarakat tentang ikon tersebut, bahkan mempersoalkan, menanyakan ulang, atau justru menggiring publik untuk meredifinisi atas ikon yang sudah ada dan popular tersebut. Pada titik inilah Yuswantoro mengemukakan gagasan dan opininya tentang dunia di sekitar ikon-ikon tersebut. Yuswantoro seperti ingin memprovokasi penonton untuk menggoyang pengertian baku tentang ikon yang telah menjadi ikonik dalam ingatan masyarakat.

Bagi Yuswantoro, pameran ini menjadi pameran tunggal yang ketiga dalam sejarah perjalanan kreatifnya. Pada kesempatan ini seniman kelahiran kota Semarang, 11 November 1966 ini juga mengetengahkan puluhan karya lukis anak-anak Yogyakarta. Mereka adalah sebagian dari anak didikan Yuswantoro yang tergabung dalam program AFC (Art For Chldren) yang rutin berlatih tiap hari Minggu pagi di Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, selama sekitar 10 tahunan terakhir ini. Artefak karya anak-anak ini bisa menjadi representasi atas meluasnya kerja kreatif Yuswantoro Adi, yang tidak saja berkutat dengan kesibukan personalnya, namun juga memberi kontribusi kepada perkembangan dunia seni rupa anak di Yogyakarta.

Pameran tunggal Yuswantoro Adi ini dikuratori olh Kuss Indarto. Penulis dalam katalog antara lain Yusi Avianto Pareanom, adik kandung Yuswantoro yang adalah penulis novel “Raden Mandasia, Si Pencuri Daging Sapi”. ***

Monday, October 16, 2017

200 Kolektor Seni Rupa Top Dunia 2017


Jack Ma, pendiri dan pemilik alibaba.com yang telah mendunia. Salah satu orang terkaya di Chna ini juga adalah seorang kolektor seni rupa "kelas paus".

Oleh Kuss Indarto 

DUA ratus kolektor seni rupa papan atas dunia dirilis oleh Artnews—sebuah majalah seni rupa yang berkedudukan di Amerika Serikat—bulan Oktober ini. Daftar para kolektor tersebut disusun berdasarkan pada besaran angka yang dikeluarkan dan ditransaksikan untuk mendapatkan karya seni dalam kurun waktu satu tahun terakhir ini.

Para kolektor tersebut berasal dan tersebar di 33 negara di lima benua. Amerika Utara (Amerika Serikat dan Kanada) masih mendominasi populasi kolektor “kelas paus” ini dengan 113 nama kolektor, mengatasi 54 nama kolektor yang berasal dari Eropa. Berikutnya, Asia, menempatkan 24 nama kolektor, Amerika Latin 7 nama, serta Australia dan Afrika masing-masing satu nama kolektor. Indonesia sendiri memiliki 2 nama kolektor yang masuk dalam daftar 200 nama tersebut, yakni masing-masing Haryanto Adikoesoemo, dan Budi Tek Rahardjo.

Sementara bila merujuk pada latar belakang datangnya dana dari para kolektor ini, Artnews memilah dalam 10 jenis sumber dana orang-orang kaya tersebut. Latar belakang sumber dana para kolektor ini, bila diurutkan dari yang paling banyak prosentasenya masing-masing adalah: berasal dari bisnis keuangan (finance) sebanyak 39,5%, lalu disusul para kolektor yang berbisnis properti atau disebut oleh Artnews sebagai “real estate” sebanyak 17%. Kemudian disusul bisnis fashion 9,5%, consumer goods (barang-barang konsumsi) 7%. Ada pula dana tersebut merupakan berasal dari philanthropy atau upaya untuk berderma, sebanyak 7%, technology 6%, inheritance (warisan) 5,5%, media and publishing 4.5%, dan dari bisnis hiburan (entertainment) 4%.

Dari 200 nama kolektor besar tersebut, menurut Artnews, ada 18 nama baru yang masuk yang tidak ada dalam daftar yang dirilis setahun sebelumnya. Ada pula, di antara 18 nama itu, merupakan nama yang kembali masuk setelah setahun lalu terlempar dari 200 Besar.

Nama-nama besar yang sudah sangat popular di dunia masuk atau masih bertahan dalam 200 nama kolektor “kelas paus” tersebut. Sebut saja misalnya Roman Abramovich, pengusaha baja dan tambang asal Rusia, yang juga pemilik klub sepakbola Liga Primer, Chelsea FC. Kekayaan Abramovich pada tahun 2017 diperkirakan ada 11,1 miliar dolar, tidak termasuk asset kekayaan Dasha Zhukova, juga seorang kolektor yang masuk daftar 200 Besar—yang resmi bercerai dengan Abramovich tahun 2017 ini. Pria Rusia ini, dalam setahun terakhir ini mengoleksi karya lukisan triptych (terdiri dari 3 panel) karya Francis Bacon seharga 86 juta dolar, dan karya Lucian Freud yang dibelinya 33,6 juta dolar. 

Ada pula Jack Ma, salah satu orang terkaya China yang juga pendiri situs e-commerce terbesar dunia, Alibaba.com. Jack Ma saat ini disebut-sebut banyak mengoleksi karya-karya seni modern dan kontemporer. Pun ada nama pasangan suami-istri Miuccia dan Patrizio Bertelli Prada. Dari namanya sudah terlacak bahwa pasangan ini adalah pemilik rumah mode kelas dunia, Prada. Pasangan yang membesarkan bisnisnya di Milan, Italia ini terbilang awet duduk di daftar 200 kolektor seni rupa “kelas paus”, yakni selama 13 tahun terakhir sejak tahun 2005. Selain pasangan Prada yang telah 13 tahun berturut-turut masuk dalam daftar 200 kolektor top dunia, ada juga pasangan penerbit buku berlevel dunia, Taschen. Pasangan Lauren dan Benedikt Taschen ini telah mengoleksi sekian banyak karya seniman dunia, antara lain karya Albert Oehlen, Jeff Koons, Martin Kippenberger, dan nama seniman top dunia lainnya.

 Nama-nama beken lain yang masuk dalam daftar ini antara lain analis keuangan Alexandra and Steven A. Cohen.

Lalu, siapa kolektor Indonesia yang masuk dalam grup kolektor elit dunia ini? Yang pertama adalah Budi Tek Rahardjo. Budi Tek, yang “baru” memulai mengoleksi karya seni tahun 2004 telah 6 tahun terakhir ini (sejak tahun 2012) masuk dalam 200 kolektor seni rupa dunia. Koleksinya kini diperkirakan lebih dari 1.500 karya, yang ditempatkan di museum pribadinya, Yuz Museum, yang ada di Jakarta dan Shanghai—tempatnya berbisnis. Di Yuz Museum Shanghai yang seluas 90.000 kaki, Tek banyak memajang karya berukuran besar. Di antaranya adalah karya perupa kontemporer China, Xu Bing yang berjudul “Tobacco Project”. Karya tersebut adalah sebuah seni instalasi sepanjang sekitar 12 meter dengan materi terdiri dari setengah juta rokok .

Satu nama kolektor Indonesia, siapa lagi kalau bukan Haryanto Adikoesoemo. Haryanto dalam 2 tahun terakhir ini masuk dalam daftar 200 Kolektor Top Dunia versi Artnews ini. Saat ini dia tengah sibuk menyiapkan pembukaan secara resmi museumnya, yakni Museum MACAN (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art) di Jakarta. Rencananya akan resmi dibuka bulan November 2017 ini, dan melibatkan Aaron Seeto sebagai direktur museum. Seeto adalah mantan manajer kuratorial pada bagian Seni Asian dan  Pacific di Queensland Art Gallery, Australia. Koleksi seni Haryanto tidak main-main, di antaranya karya perupa dunia semacam Jeff Koons, Gerhard Richter, dan tentu saja para maestro Indonesia seperti Affandi dan sekian banyak nama lainnya.

Berikut daftar 200 Kolektor Top Dunia 2017 versi majalah seni rupa Amerika Serikat, Artnews (nama, domisili, bisnis, pilihan karya koleksi): 

Roman Abramovich

London; Moscow; New York
Steel; mining; investments; technology; professional soccer (Chelsea Football Club)
Impressionism; modern, postwar, and contemporary art 


Haryanto Adikoesoemo

Jakarta, Indonesia
Energy; logistics; real estate
Indonesian, Asian, and Western modern and contemporary art 


Mohammed Afkhami

Dubai; Gstaad, Switzerland; London; New York
Private equity; real estate; commodities
Modern and contemporary Iranian and international art 


Paul Allen

Seattle
Investments; philanthropy
Impressionism; Old Masters; modern and contemporary art 


Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen and Marc Andreessen

Palo Alto, California
Philanthropy; entrepreneur
Postwar and contemporary art 


María Asunción Aramburuzabala

Mexico City
Beverages; investments
Modern and contemporary art 


Hélène and Bernard Arnault

Paris
Luxury goods (LVMH)
Contemporary art 


Laura and John Arnold

Houston
Hedge fund
Modern art; African art; Old Masters 


Laurent Asscher

Monaco
Investments
Modern and contemporary art 


Hans Rasmus Astrup

Oslo
Shipping; finance-related activities
Contemporary art 


Candace Carmel Barasch

New York
Real estate
Contemporary art 


Maria Arena and William Jr. Bell

Los Angeles
Television production
Modern and contemporary art 


Tracey and Bruce R. Berkowitz

Miami
Investment fund management (Fairholme Capital Group)
Contemporary art 


Ernesto Bertarelli

Gstaad, Switzerland
Biotech, Investments
Modern and contemporary art




New York
Investment banking
Old Masters; Impressionism; modern painting; Chinese sculpture; contemporary art; works on paper




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




Chicago
Real estate
Postwar and contemporary art




Chicago
Real estate; Law (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art




Connecticut
Investments
Contemporary art, especially outdoor sculpture




Berlin
Advertising; Communications; Publishing
Contemporary art




Santander, Spain
Banking
Contemporary art




Miami Beach
Automobile dealerships
Modern and contemporary art




Munich
Insurance
Postwar and contemporary art




Greenwich, Connecticut
Newsprint manufacturing
Contemporary art; design; furniture




Los Angeles
Philanthropy (The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and The Broad Foundation)
Contemporary art




New York
Real estate
Modern and contemporary Latin American and international art; drawings and paintings by architects, especially Le Corbusier




New York; Ridgefield, Connecticut
Investments; Law
Contemporary art




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




Paris
Asset management
Contemporary art




Taipei
High-tech industry
Modern and contemporary art




Hong Kong
Retail; Real estate (K11 , New World Development)
Contemporary Chinese and global art




London; Monaco
Banking
Impressionism; modern, postwar, and contemporary art




Gstaad, Switzerland; Madrid; Miami
Investments; Real estate; Telecommunications; Technology
Global contemporary art, with an emphasis on conceptual art, photography, and video; art from Latin America, especially geometric abstraction, Cuban art, and contemporary and emerging artists




Caracas, Venezuela; Dominican Republic; New York
Media; Entertainment; Telecommunications; Consumer products; Travel resorts
Modern and contemporary Latin American art; 19th-century traveler artists to Latin America; colonial art and objects from Latin America; Amazonian ethnographic objects




Greenwich, Connecticut
Investments
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art




Culiacán, Mexico
Retail
International art




Buenos Aires
Asset management; Real estate
Modern and contemporary Latin American art




Athens
Financial services and investment company
Contemporary art




Key Biscayne, Florida
Coca-Cola bottling in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
Contemporary art




Paris and Pauillac, France
Banking
Old Masters, modern and contemporary art




London; Venezuela
Investments
Modern and contemporary art; Latin American art; 19th- and early 20th-century African tribal masks from Gabon, Cote d’Ivoire, and Mali




Los Angeles; New York; West Palm Beach, Florida
Real estate; Philanthropy
Modern and contemporary art




New York; Toronto
Real estate
Contemporary art




Athens
Investments; Shipping (DryShips)
Modern, postwar, and contemporary art




Aspen, Colorado; Chicago
Plastics manufacturing (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art




Helsinki
Construction; Investments
Contemporary Scandinavian, European, and American art




New Jersey; New York
Retail (Bed Bath & Beyond)
Contemporary art




Woodside, California
Software
Late 19th- and early 20th-century European art; ancient to early 20th-century Japanese art




New York
Hedge fund
Modern, postwar, and contemporary art; contemporary photography




Boston
Philanthropy (VIA Art Fund); Private equity (Summit Partners)
Contemporary art




New York and Long Island, New York; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Retail (Bed Bath & Beyond)
Modern and contemporary art




Las Vegas
Casinos (Station Casinos); Professional fighting (Ultimate Fighting Championship)
Modern and contemporary art




San Francisco
Retail (Gap Inc.)
Contemporary art and photography




Miami Beach; New York
Law; Investments
Modern and contemporary art




Philadelphia
Investment fund management (FS Investments)
Modern and contemporary art




New York
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art




Aspen, Colorado; Mexico City
Energy (Grupo R)
Contemporary art




Kansas City, Missouri
Privately held non-bank holdings company
Contemporary art




Los Angeles
Film and record executive; Investments
Modern and contemporary art, especially Abstract Expressionism




London
Investments (real estate and industrials)
Impressionism; postwar and contemporary art




Sydney
Real estate; Investments
European and American contemporary art




New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art




Gstaad, Switzerland
Jewelry
Modern and contemporary art




Chicago
Hedge fund
Post-Impressionism




Paris
Inheritance (perfume); Philanthropy (Contemporary Drawing Prize)
Contemporary art, especially drawing




Kent, Connecticut; New York; Peninsula, Ohio
Inheritance
Modern and contemporary art




Palm Beach, Florida
Financial management
Contemporary art




Arizona
Tires (Discount Tire Company)
Latin American art; contemporary sculpture




Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Inheritance
Old Masters




New York
Investment banking
Renaissance bronzes; Old Masters; postwar and contemporary art




Dallas
Private investments
Postwar American and European art; illuminated medieval manuscripts; Chinese monochromes




Zurich
Inheritance (pharmaceuticals)
Contemporary art




Taipei
Computer hardware
Chinese porcelain; Impressionist and modern painting




Athens
Construction
Contemporary art




Boston
Finance (Fidelity Investments)
19th- and 20th-century American painting, furniture, and decorative arts; Asian art and ceramics




San Francisco and Sonoma, California
Investments
African-American abstract art; art of the African diaspora; contemporary South African art




London; Moscow
Fertilizer (Acron Group); President of the European Jewish Congress
Russian and Jewish art of the 20th century; contemporary Russian art




London
Real estate; Investments
Aramaic documents (353–324 B.C.); Art of the Islamic lands; enamels of the world since the 18th century; Hajj and the arts of pilgrimage (700–2000); Japanese art of the Meiji period; Japanese kimonos since the 18th century; Spanish damascened metalworks (1850–1900); Swedish textiles (1700–1900)




Eberdingen-Nussdorf, Germany
Real estate (Peter Klein Real Estate)
Contemporary painting and photography; Aboriginal art




New York and Dutchess County, New York
Investment management
Contemporary art




New York
Finance; Investments
Modern and contemporary art; 18th-century French decorative arts and French Art Deco furniture




France; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Finance; Investments
modern art




Poznań, Poland
Investments; Entrepreneur (Stary Browar Commerce, Art and Business Centre)
Postwar and contemporary Polish and international art




London
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art




Ibiza, Spain; Montreal
Creative ventures (Red Moon Group)
Contemporary art




New York and Westchester County, New York
Entertainment
Renaissance and Baroque painting and sculpture; 19th-century French and English painting




Toronto
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art




Hong Kong
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art, especially Warhol




Hong Kong
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art




New York and Wainscott, New York; Palm Beach, Florida; Paris; Washington, D.C.
Cosmetics (Estée Lauder Companies)
Antiquities; medieval art; arms and armor; Old Masters; 20th-century decorative arts; Austrian and German Expressionism; modern masters; postwar German and Italian art; contemporary art




New York
Cosmetics (Estée Lauder Companies)
Cubism




Glencoe, Illinois
Technology investor; philanthropy
Contemporary art




Miami Beach
Beverages , restaurants
Modern and contemporary art




Washington, D.C.
Law practice
Conceptual art




Hangzhou, China
Fashion (JNBY)
International contemporary art




New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art; feminist art




Los Angeles; Mexico City
Beverages (Grupo Jumex)
Contemporary art




Hangzhou, China
E-commerce (AliBaba)
Modern and contemporary art




Chiba City, Japan
Online retail
Contemporary art




Reggio Emilia, Italy
Fashion
Art informel; Arte Povera; transavanguardia; neo-Expressionism; New Geometry; conceptual art; contemporary art




Los Angeles
Retail (Guess)
Contemporary art




Key Biscayne, Florida
Real-estate development
Modern and contemporary art




Los Angeles
Actor
Chicano art




New York
Private equity
Modern and contemporary art




London; New York
Investment management
Modern and contemporary art




Aspen, Colorado; Marina del Rey, California
Investments; Real estate (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art, especially Abstract Expressionism and works on paper




Paris
Investment banking; Asset management
Modern and postwar art




New York
Finance
African American and African art




Philadelphia
Manufacturing
19th- and 20th-century American art




Moscow
Gas (Novatek)
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art




New York
Real estate
Postwar, Pop, and contemporary American and European art




New York
Publishing
Modern and contemporary art




St. Moritz, Switzerland
Shipping; Finance
Old Masters; Impressionism; modern and contemporary art




Rio de Janeiro
Investments; Real estate
Minimalist art; Brazilian art




Tokyo
Construction contracting, engineering, design
Contemporary art




Scarsdale, New York
Hedge fund management
Modern and contemporary art




Basel, Switzerland
Inheritance (pharmaceuticals)
Contemporary art




Berlin
Doctor of medicine
Contemporary art; Wunderkammer objects; stamps




Los Angeles
Technology; Finance; Investments
Modern and contemporary art; Ming furniture; African art




Brumadinho, Brazil
Mining
Contemporary art




São Paulo
Investment banking
Modern and contemporary Brazilian art




Palm Beach, Florida; Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Manufacturing
Postwar and contemporary art




New York
Finance
Modern and contemporary art




Lugano, Switzerland
Confectionery
Contemporary art




Aspen, Colorado; Palm Beach, Florida
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art




Paris
Luxury goods (Kering); Auctions (Christie’s)
Contemporary art




Columbus, Ohio; New York; Orlando, Florida
Real-estate development (The Pizzuti Companies)
Modern and contemporary art; design




Heidelberg, Germany
Software (SAP AG Software Company)
East German art; Impressionism




Milan
Fashion
Contemporary art




San Francisco
Hotels; Investments
Photography; modern and contemporary art




Chicago
Investments; Technology; Real estate development and management
Contemporary art




Sharjah, UAE
Inheritance; Entrepreneur
Modern and contemporary Arab art




Shanghai
Entertainment; Philanthropy (Tank Shanghai art center)
International contemporary art




Dallas
Investments
Postwar and contemporary American and European art; postwar Japanese and Korean art




New York; Potomac, Maryland
Tool industry
Modern and contemporary art




Washington, D.C.
Tool industry
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art




Turin, Italy
Industrial manufacturing; Renewable energy; Energy efficiency
Contemporary art




Vancouver, British Columbia
Real estate
Contemporary art




New York and Bridgehampton, New York; Palm Beach, Florida
Retail (Barnes & Noble)
Modern and contemporary art




Zurich
Publishing
Contemporary art; Russian avant-garde art




Atherton, California
Finance (KKR)
Contemporary art




New York and Southampton, New York
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art; contemporary photography




Palm Beach, Florida; Washington, D.C.
Author; U.S. Secretary of Commerce
Surrealism; modern and contemporary art, especially Chinese and Vietnamese




Miami
Real estate; Hotels
Contemporary art




Dominican Republic
Imports; Manufacturing (home appliances)
Latin American art; numismatics; pre-Columbian art




Moscow
Fertilizer
19th- and 20th-century painting




New York; São Paulo
Banking
Old Masters; Impressionism




Geneva
Inheritance
19th- and 20th-century art




Beirut
Retail luxury stores; Philanthropy (Aïshti Foundation)
Contemporary art




Dhaka, Bangladesh
Conglomerate interests (Golden Harvest Group and Gulf International Finance Limited); philanthropy (Samdani Art Foundation and Dhaka Art Summit)
Modern and contemporary South Asian and international art; antique silver; design




Haarlem, the Netherlands
Corporate-law practice
Dutch art; sculpture; contemporary American and European art




New York; Washington, D.C.
Energy
Washington, D.C.: late 19th-century art focused on Nabi; New York: contemporary art




Houston; Santa Fe, New Mexico
Investments
Modern and contemporary art; works on paper




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




Seattle
Beverages (Starbucks Coffee Company); Philanthropy (Schultz Family Foundation)
Contemporary art




Woodside, California
U.S. investment firm
Modern and contemporary art




Birmingham, Michigan
Law practice
Old Masters; European and American 19th-century and early 20th-century prints




Mauensee, Switzerland
Media
Contemporary art, especially Chinese




London
Retail (Monsoon)
Contemporary art




Great Falls, Virginia
Internet education
Modern and contemporary art




Los Angeles
Tool industry
New York School; contemporary art




New York
Real estate
Contemporary art




São Paulo
Textiles (Vicunha Textil)
Modern and contemporary art




New York and Mount Kisco, New York
Investment firm
Classical antiquities; modern art, especially drawings; Peruvian feathered textiles




Aspen, Colorado; Dallas
Investments
Contemporary art




San Francisco and Napa Valley, California
Psychology (retired); Law (retired); Private investments
Contemporary art




Berlin and Düsseldorf, Germany
Industry (automotive supplier)
Contemporary art, especially time-based media




Rancho Santa Fe, California
Private real-estate investments (M.C. Strauss Company)
Contemporary art




Darmstadt, Germany
real estate, financial assets, private equity
German abstract postwar art; contemporary German painting




New York
Private money management
Contemporary art




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




Berlin; Los Angeles
Publishing
Contemporary art, especially American, German, and British




Jakarta, Indonesia; Shanghai
Philanthropy (Yuz Foundation and Yuz Museum)
International contemporary art, especially Chinese and Western




Doha, Qatar
Inheritance
Modern and contemporary art




Doha, Qatar; London; New York
Inheritance; Investments (Qatar Investment Authority)
Postwar and contemporary art




Toronto
Media
Old Masters, modern and contemporary art




Los Angeles; New York
Film production (Escape Artists Productions); Professional football (New York Giants)
Modern and contemporary art




Arosa, Switzerland; Vienna
Business consulting
Minimalism and conceptual art




Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Luxury homes (Toll Brothers)
French Impressionism; American art




Palm Beach, Florida; Rydal, Pennsylvania
Luxury homes (Toll Brothers)
Elizabethan and Jacobean painting; Impressionism; post-Impressionism; 20th-century sculpture and painting; American art




Naples, Florida
Investment fund
Dutch and Flemish Old Masters painting




Brussels
Real estate; Construction
Contemporary art




Buenos Aires
Pharmaceuticals
International modern and contemporary art, especially Argentine




Vienna
Philanthropy (founder and chairwoman, TBA21)
Contemporary art




Fort Worth, Texas
Inheritance (Walmart)
American art; contemporary art




Beijing
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art




Shanghai
Investments
Chinese art, scrolls, and porcelain; contemporary international art, including Chinese, Asian, European, and American




Beijing
Film production (Huayi Brothers Media)
modern art




Laupheim, Germany
Industry (fuel technology)
Postwar and contemporary art, especially Abstract Expressionism, Zero, and Pop




New York
Fashion (Chanel)
Modern and contemporary art; Asian art




Columbus, Ohio
Retail (L brands)
Modern European art; contemporary American art




Niedernhall, Germany; Salzburg, Austria
Industry (hardware)
Medieval art; Wunderkammer objects, especially ivory carvings, nautilus cups, and decorative tankards and boxes; postwar and contemporary art




Las Vegas
Hotels, casinos
Modern and contemporary art




Las Vegas
Casino resorts
Modern and contemporary art




Tokyo
Fashion retailing (Uniqlo)
Modern and contemporary art




Beijing
Automobile dealerships
Modern and contemporary Chinese art




London
Technology; Real estate
Contemporary art




Segera, Kenya
Investments
Contemporary African art and international art of the African diaspora




Chicago
Investments
Modern and contemporary art, particularly Surrealism




London; Moscow; New York
Inheritance; Philanthropy (Garage Museum of Contemporary Art)
Postwar and contemporary art