10 mar. 2010

¿Quién compra arte?

Hace una semana os hablé del arte y su mercado, pero realmente en tiempos de crisis, ¿quién compra arte?

La revista de arte 'ARTnews' hizo pública hace un tiempo la lista anual de los 200 mayores coleccionistas de arte del 2009.

Entre ellos hay cuatro españoles, y la mayoría se dedican al mundo de las inversiones, lo cual no me gusta mucho, porque desgraciadamente en la mayoría de los casos, compran arte como inversión no como satisfacción :( (aunque esto ya lo ilustró suficientemente el post de la semana pasada)


El listado de estos coleccionistas es: (Nombre. Localidad. Disciplinas que coleccionan)

  1. Juan Abelló. Madrid, España. Spanish Old Masters; modern and contemporary art, especially Spanish.
  2. Roman Abramovich.London and Moscow. Modern art.
  3. Barbara and Ted Alfond. Weston, Massachusetts; Vail, Colorado. American art and furniture.
  4. Paul Allen. Seattle. Impressionism; Old Masters; Pop art; tribal art.
  5. Plácido Arango. Madrid and El Escorial, Spain. Old Masters; primitive Spanish painting; modern and contemporary art; Chinese ceramics.
  6. Hélène and Bernard Arnault. Paris. Contemporary art.
  7. Hans Rasmus Astrup. Oslo. Contemporary art.
  8. Maria Baibakova and Oleg Baybakov. Moscow. Contemporary art.
  9. Monique and Jean Paul Barbier-Mueller. Geneva. Tribal art; pre-Columbian art; modern and contemporary art.
  10. Cristina and Thomas W. Bechtler-Lanfranconi. Zurich. Contemporary art; ­photography.
  11. Leonora and Jimmy Belilty. Caracas, Venezuela; Paris. Pre-Columbian art; African art; contemporary art; photography.
  12. Maria and William Bell Jr. Los Angeles. Modern and contemporary art.
  13. Debra and Leon Black. New York. Old Masters; Impressionism; modern painting; Chinese sculpture; contemporary art .
  14. Neil G. Bluhm. Chicago. Contemporary art.
  15. Christian Boros. Berlin and Wuppertal, Germany. Contemporary art.
  16. Frances Bowes. San Francisco and Sonoma, California; New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  17. Irma and Norman Braman. Miami. Modern and contemporary art, especially American.
  18. Udo Brandhorst. Cologne, Germany. Contemporary art.
  19. Peter M. Brant. Greenwich, Connecticut. Contemporary art.
  20. Edythe L. and Eli Broad. Los Angeles. Contemporary art.
  21. Donald L. Bryant Jr. Saint Louis; New York. Abstract Expressionism, especially de Kooning; contemporary art.
  22. Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy. Sharon, Connecticut; Aspen, Colorado; New York. Contemporary art.
  23. Frieder Burda. Baden-Baden, Germany. Modern and contemporary art, especially German Expressionism.
  24. Monique and Max Burger. Hong Kong. Post-1980s art.
  25. Peggy and Ralph Burnet. Wayzata, Minnesota. Contemporary British art, especially YBAs.
  26. Joop van Caldenborgh. Wassenaar, the Netherlands. Modern and contemporary art, especially Conceptual; photography; sculpture.
  27. Mickey Cartin. New York; Delray Beach, Florida. Early Netherlandish painting; 20th-century painting; emerging artists; illuminated manuscripts.
  28. Ella Fontanals Cisneros. Miami; Madrid; Gstaad. Contemporary art; geometric abstraction from Latin America.
  29. Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Gustavo A. Cisneros. Caracas, Venezuela; New York. Modern and contemporary Latin American, European, and North American art; Amazo­nian ethnographic objects.
  30. Cherryl and Frank Cohen. Manchester, England. Modern British and contemporary art.
  31. Eileen and Michael Cohen. New York. Contemporary art, especially video.
  32. Steven A. Cohen. Greenwich, Connecticut. Impressionism; modern and contemporary art.
  33. Marijke and Willem Cordia. New York; Switzerland. 20th-century and contemporary painting, drawings, and sculpture.
  34. Eduardo Costantini. Buenos Aires. Contemporary art.
  35. Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz. Key Biscayne, Florida. Contemporary art.
  36. Dimitris Daskalopoulos. Athens. Contemporary art.
  37. Hélène and Michel Alexandre David-Weill. Paris and Cap d’Antibes, France; New York. 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century French painting.
  38. Beth Rudin DeWoody. New York and Southampton, New York; West Palm Beach, Florida. Modern and contemporary art.
  39. Ulla Dreyfus-Best. Binningen and Gstaad, Switzerland. Old Masters, especially Mannerism; Symbolism; Surrealism; contemporary art.
  40. Stefan T. Edlis and H. Gael Neeson. Chicago; Aspen, Colorado. Contemporary art.
  41. Agnes and Karlheinz Essl. Vienna and Klosterneuburg, Austria. Contemporary art, especially Austrian painting.
  42. Harald Falckenberg. Hamburg, Germany. Contemporary German and American art.
  43. Frank J. Fertitta III and Lorenzo Fertitta. Las Vegas. Modern and contemporary art.
  44. Daniel Filipacchi. Paris; New York. Modern art, especially Surrealism.
  45. Doris and Donald Fisher. San Francisco. Contemporary art, especially German and American.
  46. Aaron I. Fleischman. Washington, D.C. Modern and contemporary art.
  47. Maxine and Stuart Frankel. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Minimalism; abstract art.
  48. Anna and Josef Froehlich. Stuttgart, Germany. Contemporary art, especially German and American artists.
  49. Glenn R. Fuhrman. New York. Contemporary art.
  50. Soichiro Fukutake. Okayama, Japan. Impressionism; contemporary art.
  51. Antoine de Galbert. Paris. Primitive art; contemporary art.
  52. Danielle and David Ganek. New York. Contemporary art and photography.
  53. Garza Sada family. Monterrey, Mexico. Contemporary art; 20th-century Mexican art.
  54. Ingvild Goetz. Munich. Contemporary art.
  55. Carol and Arthur Goldberg. New York. Contemporary art.
  56. Giuliano Gori. Pistoia, Italy. Modern and contemporary art, especially Conceptual; sculpture.
  57. Geraldine and Noam Gottesman. London. Contemporary art.
  58. Laurence Graff. Switzerland. Contemporary art.
  59. Esther Grether. Basel, Switzerland. Modern and contemporary art.
  60. Anne and Kenneth C. Griffin. Chicago. Impressionism; Post-Impressionism.
  61. Agnes Gund. New York; Peninsula, Ohio; Kent, Connecticut. Contemporary art; African art; Chinese art.
  62. Francesca von Habsburg. Vienna. Contemporary art.
  63. Christine and Andrew Hall. Westport, Connecticut. Contemporary art, especially German.
  64. Diane and Bruce Halle. Arizona; Colorado; Mexico. Latin American art; contemporary sculpture.
  65. Princess Marie and Prince Hans-Adam II. Vaduz, Liechtenstein. Old Masters.
  66. Elizabeth and Richard Hedreen. Seattle. Modern and contemporary art.
  67. Ydessa Hendeles. Toronto. Contemporary art; photography.
  68. Annick and Anton Herbert. Ghent, Belgium. Contemporary art, especially Conceptual, Minimalism, and arte povera.
  69. Donald Hess. Bolligen-Bern, Switzerland. Contemporary art.
  70. Marieluise Hessel. Jackson, Wyoming. Contemporary art.
  71. Ronnie and Samuel Heyman. New York; Palm Beach, Florida; Greens Farms, Connecticut. Modern and contemporary art, especially Miró, Léger, Gorky, Giacometti, and Dubuffet.
  72. Janine and J. Tomilson Hill. New York. Postwar American and European art; Renaissance bronzes.
  73. Damien Hirst. London and Devon, England; Mexico. Modern and contemporary art.
  74. Marguerite Hoffman. Dallas. Postwar American and European art; Chinese monochromes.
  75. Erika Hoffmann. Berlin. Contemporary art.
  76. Susan and Michael Hort. New York. Contemporary art.
  77. Frank Huang. Taipei, Taiwan. Chinese porcelain; Impressionist and modern painting.
  78. Dakis Joannou. Athens. Contemporary art.
  79. Edward C. Johnson III. Boston. 19th- and 20th-century paintings and furniture.
  80. Ingrid and Hugo Jung. Aachen, Germany. Postwar and contemporary art.
  81. Nasser David Khalili. London. Islamic art; Swedish textiles; Spanish metalwork; Japanese art of the Meiji period; ­enamels.
  82. Kim Chang-Il. Cheonan, South Korea. Contemporary art.
  83. Jeanne and Michael L. Klein. Austin, Texas; Santa Fe. Postwar and contemporary art.
  84. Uli Knecht. Stuttgart, Germany. Contemporary art, especially Pop and German.
  85. Alicia Koplowitz. Madrid. Old Masters; modern art.
  86. Pamela and Richard Kramlich. San Francisco. Contemporary art, especially video and film.
  87. Jill and Peter Kraus. New York. Contemporary art.
  88. Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis. New York; Vail and Meeker, Colorado; Bal Harbour, Florida. Old Master drawing and painting; Impressionism; 20th-century art; French furniture.
  89. Barbara and Jon Landau. New York. Old Master painting and sculpture; pre-Impressionist 19th-century painting.
  90. Emily Fisher Landau. New York; Palm Beach, Florida. Contemporary American art.
  91. Joseph Lau. Hong Kong. Modern and contemporary art, especially Warhol.
  92. Evelyn and Leonard Lauder. New York; Aspen, Colorado. Modern art, especially Cubism.
  93. Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder. New York and Wainscott, New York; Washington, D.C.; Palm Beach, Florida; Paris. Late 19th- and early 20th-century art, especially German and Austrian; decorative art; medieval art; arms and armor.
  94. Barbara Lee. Cambridge, Massachusetts. Contemporary art by women.
  95. Thomas H. Lee and Ann Tenenbaum. New York and East Hampton, New York; Lincoln, Massachusetts. Modern and contemporary art.
  96. Anneliese and Gerhard Lenz. Söll, Austria. Contemporary European art.
  97. Elizabeth and Rudolf Leopold. Vienna. German and Austrian Expressionism, especially Schiele.
  98. Joseph Lewis. Nassau, Bahamas. Impressionism; modern art.
  99. Mimi and Filiep Libeert. Courtrai, Belgium. Modern and contemporary art.
  100. Adam Lindemann and Amalia Dayan. New York. Contemporary art; African art; 20th-century design.
  101. Andrew Lloyd Webber. London and Berkshire, England; New York. 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century British and American painting, especially Pre-Raphaelite; German Expressionism.
  102. Margaret and Daniel S. Loeb. New York and East Hampton, New York; Miami. Postwar and contemporary art.
  103. Eugenio López Alonso. Mexico City; Los Angeles. Contemporary art.
  104. Paula and Peter H. Lunder. Florida. American Impressionism and modernism.
  105. Ninah and Michael Lynne. New York. Contemporary art.
  106. Linda and Harry Macklowe. New York. Contemporary art.
  107. Susan and John Magnier. County Tipperary, Ireland; Geneva; Marbella, Spain. 18th-century British painting; 20th-century Irish art; equestrian art; modern art.
  108. Nancy and Robert Magoon. Aspen, Colorado. Contemporary art.
  109. Sherry and Joel Mallin. New York and Pound Ridge, New York. Modern and contemporary art, especially sculpture.
  110. Martin Z. Margulies. Key Biscayne, Florida. Modern and contemporary art; photography.
  111. Anne and John Marion. Fort Worth; Santa Fe; Palm Springs, California. 17th- and 18th-century European art; modern and contemporary art; Taos art.
  112. Donald B. Marron. New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  113. David Martinez. London; New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  114. Dinos Martinos. Piraeus, Greece. Antiquities; modern and contemporary art; icons.
  115. Susan and Larry Marx. Aspen, Colorado; Marina del Rey, California. Postwar and contemporary art, especially Abstract Expressionism and works on paper.
  116. Frances G. and James W. McGlothlin. Austin, Texas; Naples, Florida; Bristol, Virginia. 19th- and early 20th-century American art, especially American Impressionism.
  117. Henry S. McNeil. Philadelphia. Contemporary art, especially Minimalism.
  118. Gabrielle and Werner Merzbacher. Zurich. 20th-century art, especially Fauvism and German Expressionism.
  119. Julie and Edward J. Minskoff. New York. Postwar, Pop, and contemporary American and European art.
  120. Peter Moores. London and Wigan, England. 15th- to 20th-century European art; archaic Chinese bronzes; contemporary British art.
  121. Hubert Neumann. New York. Contemporary art, especially young artists.
  122. Victoria and Samuel I. Newhouse Jr. New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  123. Philip S. Niarchos. Paris; London; Saint Moritz, Switzerland. Old Masters; Impressionism; modern and contemporary art.
  124. Peter Norton. Santa Monica, California; New York. Contemporary art.
  125. Maja Oeri and Hans U. Bodenmann. Basel, Switzerland. Contemporary art.
  126. Thomas Olbricht. Essen, Germany. Modern and contemporary art.
  127. George Ortiz. Vandoeuvres, Switzerland; Paris. Antiquities; tribal art; 15th-century Italian art; 18th-century European art.
  128. Judy and Michael Ovitz. Los Angeles. Contemporary art; Ming furniture; modern painting; African art.
  129. Giovanna and Giuseppe Panza di Biumo. Milan; Massagno, Switzerland. Postwar and contemporary art.
  130. Mary and John Pappajohn. Des Moines, Iowa; New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  131. Bernardo Paz. Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Contemporary art.
  132. Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman. Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Postwar and contemporary art.
  133. Amy and John Phelan. New York; Aspen, Colorado. Contemporary art.
  134. François Pinault. Paris. Contemporary art.
  135. Victor Pinchuk. Kiev, Ukraine. Contemporary art.
  136. Ron Pizzuti. Columbus, Ohio; Orlando, Florida; New York. Modern and contemporary art and design.
  137. Elizabeth and Harvey Plotnick. Chicago. Old Master prints; Islamic ceramics.
  138. Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli. Milan. Contemporary art.
  139. Véronique and Louis-Antoine Prat. Paris. 17th- and 18th-century French drawings.
  140. Lisa S. and John A. Pritzker. San Francisco. Photography.
  141. Penny Pritzker. Chicago. Contemporary art.
  142. Emily Pulitzer. Saint Louis. Cubism; Post-Impressionism; Abstract Expressionism.
  143. Cindy and Howard Rachofsky. Dallas. Contemporary art.
  144. Mitchell Rales. Potomac, Maryland; New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  145. Steven Rales. Washington, D.C. Impressionism; modern and contemporary art.
  146. Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Turin, Italy. Contemporary art.
  147. Louise and Leonard Riggio. New York and Bridgehampton, New York. Contemporary art.
  148. Ellen and Michael Ringier. Zurich. Contemporary art; Russian avant-garde art.
  149. Sharon and Jay Rockefeller. Washington, D.C. 19th- and early 20th-century American art, especially American Impressionism; ­modern and contemporary American art.
  150. Inge Rodenstock. Grünewald, Germany. Contemporary German, American, and British art.
  151. Deedie and Rusty Rose. Dallas. Contemporary German, American, and South American art.
  152. Aby J. Rosen. New York and Southampton, New York. Modern and contemporary art; contemporary photography.
  153. Eric de Rothschild. Paris and Pauillac, France. Old Masters; modern and contemporary art.
  154. Mera and Donald Rubell. Miami; New York. Contemporary art.
  155. Betty and Isaac Rudman. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; North Miami Beach. Latin American art; rare coins.
  156. Charles Saatchi. London. Contemporary art, especially British.
  157. Lily Safra. London. 19th- and 20th-century art.
  158. Sainsbury family. London. Impressionism; modern and contemporary art.
  159. Ida and Piet Sanders. Schiedam, the Netherlands. Modern and contemporary art, especially sculpture; African art.
  160. Jeannette and Martijn Sanders. Amsterdam. Post-1980s American and European art.
  161. Marieke and Pieter Sanders Jr. Aerdenhout, the Netherlands. Dutch art; sculpture; contemporary American and European art.
  162. Fayez Sarofim. Houston. Coptic sculpture; Old Masters; 19th-century art; American Impressionism; modern and contemporary art.
  163. Louisa Stude Sarofim. Houston; Santa Fe. Modern and contemporary art and works on paper.
  164. Tatsumi Sato. Hiroshima, Japan. Contemporary art; primitive art.
  165. Denise and Andrew M. Saul. New York and Katonah, New York. Modern and contemporary art, especially postwar American; Chinese bronzes.
  166. Ute and Rudolf Scharpff. Stuttgart, Germany. Contemporary art, especially American and German.
  167. Chara Schreyer. San Francisco. Modern and contemporary art and photography.
  168. Helen and Charles Schwab. San Francisco and Atherton, California. Modern and contemporary art.
  169. Marianne and Alan Schwartz. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Old Masters; modern prints.
  170. Lenore and Adam Sender. New York. Contemporary art.
  171. Mary and Jon Shirley. Medina, Washington; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Modern and contemporary art.
  172. Uli Sigg. Mauensee, Switzerland. Contemporary art, especially Chinese.
  173. Lila and Gilbert B. Silverman. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Fluxus and Conceptual art.
  174. Peter Simon. London. Contemporary art.
  175. Carlos Slim Helú. Mexico City. Old Masters; pre-Columbian and colonial Mexican art; modern art, especially Rodin.
  176. Eric Smidt. Los Angeles. New York School and ­contemporary art.
  177. Jerry I. Speyer and Katherine G. Farley. New York. Contemporary art.
  178. Blema and Arnold Steinberg. Montreal; New York. Modern and contemporary art.
  179. Judy and Michael H. Steinhardt. New York and Mount Kisco, New York. Classical antiquities; modern art, especially drawings; Judaica; Peruvian feathered textiles.
  180. Gayle and Paul Stoffel. Dallas; Palm Springs, California; Aspen, Colorado. Contemporary art.
  181. Norah and Norman Stone. San Francisco and Napa Valley, California. Contemporary art.
  182. Iris and Matthew Strauss. Rancho Sante Fe, California. Second-generation postwar and contemporary art.
  183. Beth Swofford. New York; Los Angeles. Contemporary art.
  184. Lisa and Steve Tananbaum. Purchase, New York; Palm Beach, Florida. Postwar and contemporary art.
  185. Toby and Joey Tanenbaum. Toronto; Sarasota, Florida. African art; naive art.
  186. Benedikt Taschen. Cologne, Germany. Contemporary art, especially American and German.
  187. Sheikh Saud bin Mohammad bin Ali al-Thani. Doha, Qatar; London. Antiquities; Old Masters; rare books; photography; Islamic art; contemporary art.
  188. David Thomson. Toronto. Old Masters; modern and contemporary art.
  189. Robbi and Bruce E. Toll. Rydal, Pennsylvania. Elizabethan and Jacobean painting; Impressionism; Post-Impressionism.
  190. Ruth and William True. Seattle. Contemporary art.
  191. Myriam and Guy Ullens. Verbier, Switzerland; Ohain, Belgium. Contemporary Chinese art.
  192. Dean Valentine. Beverly Hills, California. Contemporary art.
  193. José Luis Várez Fisa. Madrid. Antiquities; Old Masters; modern and contemporary Spanish art.
  194. Alice Walton. Fort Worth. American art.
  195. Alain Wertheimer. Paris; New York. Modern art.
  196. Abigail and Leslie H. Wexner. Columbus, Ohio. Modern and contemporary art; British sporting pictures.
  197. Reba and Dave Williams. New York; Greenwich, Connecticut. American prints.
  198. Reinhold Würth. Niedernhall, Germany. Modern and contemporary art.
  199. Stephen A. Wynn. Incline Village, Nevada; New York. French Impressionism; modern and contemporary art.
  200. Anita and Poju Zabludowicz. London. Contemporary art.

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