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Kunstsammler – Top 200

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Das US-amerikanische Magazin artnews, welches es seit dem Jahr 1908 gibt, hat eine Liste der Top 200 der internationalen Kunstsammler benannt (Stand 2015) – Hier „Zitat“ – Quelle: artnews

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

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

Ricard Akagawa
São Paulo
Travel and real estate investments
18th-century Brazilian Baroque furniture and imaginaries; Caucasian Rugs; International contemporary art

Paul Allen
Seattle
Technology, real estate, and investments
Impressionism; Old Masters; modern and contemporary art

María Asunción Aramburuzabala
Mexico City
Beverages and 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

Hans Rasmus Astrup
Oslo
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

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

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

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

Neil G. Bluhm
Chicago
Real estate
Postwar and contemporary art

Karen and Christian Boros
Berlin
Advertising, communications, and publishing
Contemporary art

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

Udo Brandhorst
Munich
Insurance
Postwar and contemporary art

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

Edythe L. and Eli Broad
Los Angeles
Philanthropy (The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, The Broad Art Foundation, and The Broad Foundation)
Contemporary art

James Keith (JK) Brown and Eric Diefenbach
New York; Ridgefield, Connecticut
Investments and law
Contemporary art

Bettina and Donald L. Bryant Jr.
Saint Helena, California; St. Louis, Missouri
Winemaking (Bryant Family Vineyard) and insurance
American Masters of the 20th Century; German and Austrian Masters of the early 20th Century; Old Masters

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

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

Edouard Carmignac
Paris
Asset management
Contemporary art

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

Pierre Chen
Taipei
High-tech industry
Modern and contemporary art

Adrian Cheng
Hong Kong
Retail and real estate (K11 and New World Development)
Contemporary Chinese and global art

Halit Cingillioglu
Monaco
Banking
Impressionism; Modern, postwar, and contemporary art

Kemal Has Cingillioglu
London
Banking
Contemporary art

Ella Fontanals-Cisneros
Gstaad, Switzerland; Madrid; Miami
Investments, real estate, telecommunications, and 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

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Gustavo A. Cisneros
Caracas, Venezuela; Dominican Republic; New York
Media, entertainment, telecommunications, consumer products, and travel resorts
19th-century traveler artists to Latin America; Amazonian ethnographic objects; colonial art and objects from Latin America; Modern and contemporary Latin American art

Alexandra and Steven A. Cohen
Greenwich, Connecticut
Investments
Impressionism; modern and contemporary art

Cherryl and Frank Cohen
Cheshire, England
Home-improvement stores
Contemporary art; modern British art

Isabel and Agustín Coppel
Culiacán, Mexico
Retail
International art

Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz
Key Biscayne, Florida
Coca-Cola bottling in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
Contemporary art

Dimitris Daskalopoulos
Athens
Entrepreneur; financial services and investment company
Contemporary art

Tiqui Atencio Demirdjian
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

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

Leonardo DiCaprio
Los Angeles
Actor
Comics; Contemporary art; fossils; rare books; vintage movie posters

Glenn Dubin
New York
Asset management
Modern and contemporary art

George Economou
Athens
Investments and shipping (DryShips)
Modern, postwar, and contemporary art

Stefan T. Edlis and Gael Neeson
Aspen, Colorado; Chicago
Plastics manufacturing (retired)
Postwar and contemporary art

Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth
Helsinki
Construction and investments
Contemporary Scandinavian, European, and American art

Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg
Union, New Jersey
Retail (Bed Bath & Beyond)
Contemporary art

Rebecca and Martin Eisenberg
New York
Retail (Bed Bath & Beyond)
Contemporary art

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

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

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

Frank J. Fertitta III and Lorenzo Fertitta
Las Vegas
Casinos (Station Casinos) and professional fighting (Ultimate Fighting Championship)
Modern and contemporary art

Marilyn and Larry Fields
Chicago
Commodities
Contemporary art

Amanda and Glenn R. Fuhrman
New York
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art

Antoine de Galbert
Paris
Inheritance
Contemporary art; Primitive art

Christy and Bill Gautreaux
Kansas City, Missouri
Privately held non-bank holdings company
Contemporary art

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

Ingvild Goetz
Munich
Inheritance (mail-order retail)
Contemporary art

Noam Gottesman
New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

Laurence Graff
Gstaad, Switzerland
Jewelry
Modern and contemporary art

Kenneth C. Griffin
Chicago
Hedge fund
Post-Impressionism

Florence and Daniel Guerlain
Paris
Inheritance (perfume); philanthropy (Contemporary Drawing Prize)
Contemporary art, especially drawing

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

Nathalie and Charles de Gunzburg
New York
Investments
Postwar and contemporary art

Francesca von Habsburg
Vienna
Philanthropy (founder, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection and TBA21-Academy)
Contemporary art

Christine and Andrew Hall
Palm Beach, Florida
Investments
Contemporary art

Diane and Bruce Halle
Arizona
Tires (Discount Tire Company)
Latin American art; contemporary sculpture

Prince Hans-Adam II von und zu Liechtenstein
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Inheritance
Old Masters

Janine and J. Tomilson Hill
New York
Investment banking
Renaissance and Baroque bronzes; Old Masters; postwar and contemporary art

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

Maja Hoffmann
New York; Zurich
Inheritance (pharmaceuticals)
Contemporary art

Hong Ra-hee and Lee Kun-hee
Seoul
Electronics (Samsung)
Modern and contemporary international art; traditional and modern Korean art

Susan and Michael Hort
New Jersey; New York
Printing
Contemporary art

Alan Howard
London
Hedge fund
Impressionism; Modern art

Frank Huang
Taipei
Computer hardware
Chinese porcelain; Impressionist and modern painting

Dakis Joannou
Athens
Construction
Contemporary art

Edward “Ned” Johnson III
Boston
Finance (Fidelity Investments)
19th- and 20th-century American painting, furniture, and decorative arts; Asian art and ceramics

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

Nasser David Khalili
London
Real estate and investments
Aramaic documents (353–324 B.C.); enamels of the world (1700–1900); Hajj and the arts of pilgrimage (700–2000); Islamic art; Japanese art of the Meiji period; Japanese kimonos (1700–2000); Spanish damascened metalworks (1850–1900); Swedish textiles (1700–1900)

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

Jeanne and Michael L. Klein
Austin, Texas; Santa Fe
Oil and gas exploration and production
Postwar and contemporary art

Jill and Peter Kraus
New York and Dutchess County, New York
Investment management
Contemporary art

Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis
New York
Finance and investments
Modern and contemporary art; 18th-century French decorative arts and French Art Deco furniture

Ananda Krishnan
France; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Finance and investments
Modern art

Grażyna Kulczyk
Engadin, Switzerland
Investments; entrepreneur; philanthropy (Muzeum Susch)
Postwar and contemporary art, with an emphasis on women artists and conceptual and performance art

Pierre Lagrange
London
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art

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

Steven Latner and Michael Latner
Toronto
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art

Joseph Lau
Hong Kong
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art, especially Warhol

Thomas Lau
Hong Kong
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art

Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder
New York and Wainscott, New York; Palm Beach, Florida; Paris; Vienna; 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

Leonard A. Lauder
New York
Cosmetics (Estée Lauder Companies)
Cubism

Barbara Lee
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Investments
Contemporary art by women

Liz and Eric Lefkofsky
Glencoe, Illinois
Technology investor; philanthropy
Contemporary art

Barbara and Aaron Levine
Washington, D.C.
Law practice
Conceptual art

Margaret Munzer Loeb and Daniel S. Loeb
New York
Hedge fund
Postwar and contemporary art; feminist art

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

Jho Low
Hong Kong
Finance and investments
Impressionism; Modern and contemporary art

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

Maurice Marciano
Los Angeles
Retail (Guess)
Contemporary art

Martin Z. Margulies
Key Biscayne, Florida; New York
Real estate development
Modern and contemporary art

Donald B. Marron
New York
Private equity
Modern and contemporary art

David Martinez
London; New York
Investment management
Modern and contemporary art

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

Dimitri Mavrommatis
Paris
Investment banking and asset management
Modern and postwar art

Raymond J. McGuire and Crystal McCrary
New York
Finance
African-American and African art

John S. Middleton
Philadelphia
Manufacturing
19th- and 20th-century American art

Leonid Mikhelson
Moscow
Gas (Novatek)
Modern and contemporary art

Nina and Frank Moore
New York
Neurosurgery
Art of the last 20 years

Catriona and Simon Mordant
Italy; New York; Sydney
Investments
Global contemporary art

Victoria and Samuel I. Newhouse Jr.
New York
Publishing
Modern and contemporary art

Philip S. Niarchos
Saint Moritz, Switzerland
Shipping and finance
Impressionism; Modern and contemporary art; Old Masters

Genny and Selmo Nissenbaum
Rio de Janeiro
Investments and real estate
Minimalist art; Brazilian art

Takeo Obayashi
Tokyo
Construction contracting, engineering, and design
Contemporary art

Daniel Och
Scarsdale, New York
Hedge fund management
Modern and contemporary art

Maja Oeri
Basel, Switzerland
Inheritance (pharmaceuticals)
Contemporary art

Thomas Olbricht
Berlin
Doctor of medicine
19th-century art; contemporary art; Wunderkammer objects; stamps

Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo
Naples, Florida
Investment fund
Dutch and Flemish Old Masters painting

Michael Ovitz
Los Angeles
Technology, finance, and investments
Modern and contemporary art; Ming furniture; African art

Bernardo Paz
Brumadinho, Brazil
Mining
Contemporary art

Andrea and José Olympio Pereira
São Paulo
Investment banking
Modern and contemporary Brazilian art

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

Ronald O. Perelman
New York
Finance
Modern and contemporary art

Lisa and Richard Perry
New York
Fashion and investments
Color Field; Minimalist art; Pop art

Amy and John Phelan
Aspen, Colorado; Palm Beach, Florida
Investments (MSD Capital)
Contemporary art

François Pinault
Paris
Luxury goods (Kering) and auctions (Christie’s)
Contemporary art

Victor Pinchuk
Kiev, Ukraine
Investment Advisory group (EastOne Group)
Contemporary art

Sabine and Hasso Plattner
Heidelberg, Germany
Software (SAP AG Software Company)
East German art; Impressionism

Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli
Milan
Fashion
Contemporary art

Véronique and Louis-Antoine Prat
Paris
Inheritance (manufacturing)
17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century French drawings

Lisa and John Pritzker
San Francisco
Hotels; Investments
Photography; modern and contemporary art

Penny Pritzker and Bryan Traubert
Chicago
Investments, technology, and real estate development and management
Contemporary art

Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi
Sharjah, UAE
Inheritance; Entrepreneur
Modern and contemporary Arab art

Qiao Zhibing
Shanghai
Entertainment; nonprofit organization (Tank Shanghai art center)
International contemporary art

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

Emily and Mitchell Rales
New York; Potomac, Maryland
Global science and technology
Modern and contemporary art

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

Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
Turin, Italy
Industrial manufacturing, renewable energy, and energy efficiency
Contemporary art

Bob Rennie
Vancouver, British Columbia
Real estate
Contemporary art

Louise and Leonard Riggio
New York and Bridgehampton, New York
Retail (Barnes & Noble)
Modern and contemporary art

Ellen and Michael Ringier
Zurich
Publishing
Contemporary art; Russian avant-garde art

Linnea Conrad Roberts and George Roberts
Atherton, California
Finance (KKR)
Contemporary art

Aby J. Rosen
New York and Southampton, New York
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art; contemporary photography

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

Eric de Rothschild
Paris and Pauillac, France
Banking
Modern and contemporary art; Old Masters

Rubell Family
Miami
Real estate and hotels
Contemporary art

Betty and Isaac Rudman
Dominican Republic
Imports and manufacturing (home appliances)
Latin American art; numismatics; pre-Columbian art

Dmitry Rybolovlev
Moscow
Fertilizer
19th- and 20th-century painting

Charles Saatchi
London
Advertising
International contemporary art

Joseph Safra
New York; São Paulo
Banking
Old Masters; Impressionism

Lily Safra
Geneva
Inheritance
19th- and 20th-century art

Sainsbury Family
London
Supermarkets
Impressionism; Modern and contemporary art; world art

Elham and Tony Salamé
Beirut
Retail luxury stores; philanthropy (Aïshti Foundation)
Contemporary art

Nadia and Rajeeb Samdani
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

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

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

Fayez Sarofim
Houston
Investment counseling
19th-century American art; Coptic art; Modern and contemporary art; Old Masters

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

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

Christiane Schaufler-Münch and Peter Schaufler
Sindelfingen, Germany
Industry (refrigeration compressors)
Postwar and contemporary art

Chara Schreyer
Los Angeles; San Francisco
Philanthropy; Real estate
Modern and contemporary art, photography, and sculpture

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

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

Uli Sigg
Mauensee, Switzerland
Media
Contemporary art, especially Chinese

Peter Simon
London
Retail (Monsoon)
Contemporary art

Elizabeth and Frederick Singer
Great Falls, Virginia
Internet education
Modern and contemporary art

Carlos Slim Helú
Mexico City
Telecommunications, finance, and retail
modern art, especially Rodin; Old Masters; pre-Columbian and colonial Mexican art

Eric Smidt
Los Angeles
Tool industry
New York School; contemporary art

Jerry I. Speyer and Katherine G. Farley
New York
Real estate
Contemporary art

Susana and Ricardo Steinbruch
São Paulo
Textiles (Vicunha Textil)
Modern and contemporary art

Judy and Michael H. Steinhardt
New York and Mount Kisco, New York
Investment firm
Classical antiquities; modern art, especially drawings; Peruvian feathered textiles

Gayle and Paul Stoffel
Aspen, Colorado; Dallas
Investments
Contemporary art

Norah and Norman Stone
San Francisco and Napa Valley, California
Psychology (retired), law (retired), and private investments
Contemporary art

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

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

Sylvia and Ulrich Ströher
Darmstadt, Germany
Real estate, financial assets, and private equity
German abstract postwar art; contemporary German painting

Suh Kyung-Bae
Seoul
Cosmetics (AmorePacific)
Contemporary Korean and international art; Traditional Korean art

Brett and Daniel S. Sundheim
New York
Private money management
Contemporary art

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

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

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

Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani
Doha, Qatar; London; New York
Inheritance and investments (Qatar Investment Authority)
Postwar and contemporary art

Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani
Doha, Qatar
Inheritance
Modern and contemporary art

David Thomson
Toronto
Media
Modern and contemporary art; Old Masters

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

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

Myriam and Guy Ullens
Verbier, Switzerland
Private equity and food industry
Contemporary Chinese art

Dean Valentine
Beverly Hills, California
Media entrepreneur
Contemporary art

Walter Vanhaerents
Brussels
Real estate and construction; nonprofit organization (Vanhaerents Art Collection)
Contemporary art

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

Wang Jianlin
Beijing
Real estate
Modern and contemporary art

Wang Wei and Liu Yiqian
Shanghai
Investments
Chinese art, scrolls, and porcelain; contemporary international art, including Chinese, Asian, European, and American

Wang Zhongjun
Beijing
Film production (Huayi Brothers Media)
Modern art

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

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

Abigail and Leslie H. Wexner
Columbus, Ohio
Retail (L brands)
Modern European art; contemporary American art

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

Elaine Wynn
Las Vegas
Hotels and casinos
Modern and contemporary art

Stephen A. Wynn
Las Vegas
Casino resorts
Modern and contemporary art

Tadashi Yanai
Tokyo
Fashion retailing (Uniqlo)
Modern and contemporary art

Yang Bin
Beijing
Automobile dealerships
Modern and contemporary art

Anita and Poju Zabludowicz
London
Technology and real estate
Contemporary art

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

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