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 the social-justice organization the Emerson Collective and widow of Steve Jobs; Elizabeth and Phillip Chun, the 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

  • Big-Hearted
    In Los Angeles, Jane and Marc Nathanson’s starry nights

  • Amant-Garde
    Lonti Ebers goes to work on new residency
    programs for Brooklyn and Tuscany

  • See-Worthy
    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

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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.



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