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28 March 2017

28 March 2017

A Museum of One’s Own


By Allan Schwartzman, co-founder of AAP & chairman of Sotheby's Global Fine Arts

Tokyo - I have been traveling for the past several weeks through the Middle East and Asia. The initial impetus for this trip was an invitation to speak in Doha about Inhotim, the museum in Minas Gerais, Brazil, which I conceived in 2003 with its patron, Bernardo Paz.  For those of you not familiar with Inhotim, it is a museum of contemporary art located in 5,000 acres of gardens, forests, farms, and mountains that is focused on the permanent display of major large-scale sculptures and single-artist pavilions by several generations of artists from Latin America, Europe, the United States and Asia. It is...

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28 March 2017

Connecting the Dots

Quirky Private Collections Can Seduce

By Max Hollein

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Joy in Its Abundance

Freedom and Control in the David Hockney Market

By Charlotte Burns

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Artoon

By Pablo Helguera

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The Power of the Pencil

By Fernanda Arruda

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Boiling Resentments and Restorative Visions

By Louisa Buck

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Big Blondes and an Unforgettable Elvis

By Nancy Magoon

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From Infinity, And Beyond

By Joe Dunning

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Art Agency, Partners is a bespoke art advisory firm founded in 2014, and built upon decades of combined experience, to provide counsel to many of the world's leading art collectors and institutions on collection assessment and development, estate planning, and innovative approaches to museum giving and growth.

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