Murakami the new
Ask him, and
Kanye’s main man will have one of his assistants get right
back to you.
Glamour be damned, Ann Ziff is reluctantly stepping out of the wings and taking center stage at the Met Opera.
Feeding everyone from power players to the poor, culinary star Mario Batali’s kept both feet in the kitchen while turning himself into a brand name.
When she’s not busy filling her own walls, Lynda Resnick is decorating the $45 million wing she and her husband built at LACMA.
Agnes Gund did something crazy: She never bought art to make money. She bought it to give away.
Inside the frenetic life of super-curator Hans Ulrich Obrist.
He’s been called the world’s most successful art collector— now David Nahmad is sharing his treasure trove of
Picassos and Monets with the public.
The art world’s international man of mystery, Samuel Keller.
Boston’s Barbara Lee wants to see more women represented in the world’s top galleries—and one sitting behind the desk in the Oval Office.
When Christie’s dispatched thirtysomething Matthew Stephenson to lead its Moscow office, the venerable auction house was betting on a sure thing.
Photographer Nadav Kander has shot everyone from Brad Pitt to Desmond Tutu, but it was his post-inaugural portrait series of the Obama White House that put him on the international map.
Dennis Scholl’s been crisscrossing the country to make the arts a local priority.
Experimental artist Yaacov Agam has taken his work from the deserts of the Middle East to the halls of Paris to the markets of Taipei—but his opus may be his work for children.
Our Top 100 Art Collectors issue continues the trend of marrying young collectors with the old—for every stalwart fixture such as Britain’s Sainsbury family or Charles Saatchi, there is a fresh faced Adam Sender or a David Ganek to complement them.
Calendar of gallery shows.