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outubro 25, 2013

The ArtReview Power 100: Luisa Strina e Bernardo Paz são os brasileiros na lista

The ArtReview Power 100
Lista dos 100 mais influentes do mundo da arte contemporânea

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61
Luisa Strina
Um dos maiores e melhores canais para a arte brasileira (2012: 71)

Enquanto a maioria das vendas de galerias comerciais do Brasil ainda são domésticas, a receita das vendas de arte no exterior está em alta. Dramaticamente em alta: um aumento de US$ 18 milhões registrados em 2011 para US$ 27 milhões em 2012, de acordo com a ABACT, a associação de galerias brasileiras. Luisa Strina terá gerado uma boa parte disso através de seu espaço de mesmo nome. Equipamento mais antigo e venerado de São Paulo, a galeria vai para todas as grandes feiras (Strina está na comissão de seleção da Art Basel Miami Beach) e tem sido fundamental para desenvolver e apoiar as carreiras de tantos artistas que já estão, ou estão se tornando, nomes estelares fora da América Latina - incluindo a estrela da capa da edição de setembro da ArtReview, Fernanda Gomes. Com Alexandre da Cunha, Cildo Meireles e Pedro Reyes, também entre os artistas que a galeria representa, há um calendário constante de mostras em museus a serem também apoiados.

75
Bernardo Paz 80
Fundador de Inhotim, 2.000 hectares de arte e botânica no campo minerador brasileiro (2012: 80)

Cerca de 400.000 pessoas estão previstas para visitar Inhotim este ano. Nada mal para um parque de esculturas localizado a uma longa distância da cidade mais próxima. Com exceção de algumas instalações adquiridas, seu fundador, Bernardo Paz (Forbes estima que sua fortuna vale US$817 milhões), encomendou a maior parte dos trabalhos em exposição no parque de 2.000 hectares. Ele foi competentemente assistido por alguns potentes curadores: depois que Jochen Volz assumiu uma posição na Serpentine Gallery, em Londres, no ano passado, Paz foi capaz de convencer Eungie Joo a se mudar para a distante instituição do New Museum, em Nova York. Grandes instalações de site-specific de autoria de nomes como Olafur Eliasson, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Rivane Neuenschwander e Matthew Barney formam o acervo de Inhotim, alojados em pavilhões especialmente projetados. E está em expansão - Paz possui muito mais terra no estado de Minas Gerais do que o pedaço que o parque abrange atualmente.


The ArtReview Power 100
A ranked list of the contemporary artworld's most powerful figures

01 2012 11
Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani
Sponsor of major international projects and head of the Qatar Museums Authority (QMA)

02 2012 05
David Zwirner
Established international gallerist with a roster of the biggest selling artists and a impressive new exhibition building in New York

03 2012 04
Iwan Wirth
Established international gallerist with five venues in Zurich, London and New York, and new projects including a UK arts and education complex in Somerset

04 2012 02
Larry Gagosian
Established gallerist with 13 venues worldwide putting on museum quality exhibitions

05 2012 10
Hans Ulrich Obrist & Julia Peyton-Jones
Directors of the Serpentine Galleries, with Hans Ulrich Obrist also the initiator of numerous international art projects and exhibitions

06 2012 08
Nicholas Serota
Tate Director

07 2012 07
Beatrix Ruf
Director Kunsthalle Zurich and board member of organisations including the Ringier collection and Vienna’s MUMOK

08 2012 09
Glenn D. Lowry
Director Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York

09 2012 03
Ai Weiwei
Artist and social activist, prominent in reconnecting art with issues of social and cultural value

10 2012 19
Massimiliano Gioni
Artistic director of the 2013 Venice Biennale, director of the nomadic Trussardi Foundation and associate director of New York’s New Museum

11 2012 35
Marina Abramović
Performance artist turned celebrity inspirer and admirer, and successful crowdfunder for the Marina Abramović Institute

12 2012 14
Alain Seban & Alfred Pacquement
President and Director of Pompidou Centre, Paris

13 2012 13
Cindy Sherman
Photographic artist famous for using herself as a model to create a variety of characters

14 2012 18
Marian Goodman
Established gallerist with a roster of high profile artists and spaces in New York and Paris

15 2012 06
Gerhard Richter
Highest selling living artist who broke his own auction record in 2013 for a painting sold for $37m

16 2012 16
Marc Spiegler
Art Basel director

17 2012 17
Marc & Arne Glimcher
Father and son partnership in charge of Pace, with galleries in New York, London and Beijing

18 2012 15
Adam D. Weinberg
Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art

19 2012 21
François Pinault
Owner of the Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana in Venice, where works are shown from the Pinault Collection

20 2012 01
Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev
Curator of Documenta 13 in 2012

21 2012 12
Anton Vidokle, Julieta Aranda & Brian Kuan Wood/e-flux
Conduit for finding out what’s happening in the global artworld through email, publishing and exhibitions

22 2012 20
Jay Jopling
Founder of White Cube – 1990s home to Hirst and the YBA'S, now with galleries in London, Hong Kong and São Paulo

23 2012 22
Klaus Biesenbach
Director of MoMA PS1 and chief curator at large at The Museum of Modern Art New York

24 2012 25
RoseLee Goldberg
Founder and director of New York based visual art performance biennial, Performa

25 2012 27
Patricia Phelps de Cisneros
A patron, whose holdings of modern and contemporary Latin American art are unmatched in breadth, depth and quality

26 2012 33
Maja Hoffmann
Tate trustee, president of the Kunsthalle Zurich Foundation, on the board of the Palais de Tokyo, New York’s New Museum and Bard College

27 2012 23
Matthew Slotover & Amanda Sharp
Founders of the Frieze Art Fair

28 2012 26
Eli & Edythe Broad
Super collectors

29 2012 24
Barbara Gladstone
American gallerist with a wealth of omnipresent artists

30 2012 34
Tim Blum & Jeff Poe
Big draw gallerists on the LA scene

31 2012 28
Bernard Arnault
Luxury-goods magnate, collector and patron of art

32 2012 29
Nicholas Logsdail
Stalwart London gallerist

33 2012 38
Monika Sprüth & Philomene Magers
John Baldessari to Kraftwerk and Ryan Trecartin: these London and Berlin-based gallerists have it covered

34 2012 40
Gavin Brown
New York gallerist who does it his way

35 2012 46
Isa Genzken
Mainstay artist and an enduring influence on younger generations

36 2012 59
Steve McQueen
Artist turned film director

37 2012 36
Dakis Joannou
The life of Dakis: a Jeff Koons-design yacht, an art foundation and some famous friends.

38 2012 32
Victor Pinchuk
Ukrainian steel pipe magnate and art collector, founder of the Future Generation Art Prize

39 2007 44
Thomas Hirschhorn
A Swiss artist going public

40 2012 56
Theaster Gates
The poster boy for socially engaged art

41 2012 42
Rosemarie Trockel
Her who-says-I-can’t-do-this? approach makes her at once one of our most persuasive feminist artists

42 2012 30
Liam Gillick
Artist, writer, critic, teacher – and this year Gillick added movie star to his CV

43 2012 44
Agnes Gund
A pivot to New York society

44 2012 43
Wolfgang Tillmans
Seeing the world through the German artist's camera lens

45 2006 48
Pierre Huyghe
The new Duchampian

46 2012 39
Matthew Marks
Gallerist with a Chelsea space since the 1990s and an LA space since 2012

47 2012 48
Anne Pasternak
President and artistic director of Creative Time

48 2012 84
Sheikha Hoor Al-Qasimi
President of the Sharjah Art Foundation

49 2012 37
Udo Kittelmann
Director of Berlin’s State Museums

50 2012 74
Brett Gorvy
Chairman and International Head of Post-War and Contemporary Art, Christie's

51 2012 51
Toby Webster
The magician of the Glasgow miracle

52 2012 75
Tobias Meyer & Cheyenne Westphal
Sotheby's worldwide head of contemporary art and chairman of contemporary art Europe

53 2012 55
Michael Ringier
Collector and founder of JRP Ringier art publishing house

54 2012 69
Tino Sehgal
The artist who never makes a thing

55 2012 49
Sadie Coles
London gallerist with three spaces

56 2012 58
Jeff Koons
Balloon Dog millionaire

57 2009 40
Michael Govan
Head honcho at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

58 2012 62
Emmanuel Perrotin
Hong Kong, New York and Paris gallerist

59
Eva Presenhuber
Thoughtful Zurich-based gallerist

60 2012 50
Daniel Buchholz
Cologne-based gallerist making careers

61 2012 71
Luisa Strina
One of the biggest and best conduits to Brazilian art

62 2012 60
Takashi Murakami
Multi-role fufilling Japanese artist

63 2012 83
John Baldessari
Artist who is still cool after more than forty years in the business

64
Ryan Trecartin
Young American artist who has lept from YouTube to the museum under a critical acclaim

65 2012 67
Chang Tsong-zung
Gallerist building bridges between China and India

66 2010 38
Eugenio López
Collector and founder of the largest private museum in Latin America

67
Yayoi Kusama
Red, white, and instantly recognisable: the highest-earning living female artist

68 2012 86
Vasif Kortun
Curator spearheading the Turkish art scene

69
Hito Steyerl
Artist-as-theorist, theorist-as-artist

70 2012 63
Richard Chang
Collector of both Western and Asian art and also a key broker of ties between the two artistic communities

71 2012 66
Thaddaeus Ropac
The gallerist prince of Paris

72 2012 64
Tim Neuger & Burkhard Riemschneider
The gallerists behind Neugerriemschneider

73
Lars Nittve
Founding director of Tate Modern, now heading M+, Hong Kong

74 2012 73
José Kuri & Mónica Manzutto
Founders of Kurimanzutto, Mexico City

75 2012 80
Bernardo Paz
Founder of Inhotim, 2,000-hectares of art and botany in Brazilian mining country

76 2012 72
Claire Hsu
Cofounder of Asia Art Archive

77 2012 79
Massimo De Carlo
Established Milanese gallerist, establishing himself in London

78
Städelschule
The Frankfurt school

79 2012 76
Budi Tek
Chinese-Indonesian collector, founder of the Yuz Foundation

80
Bard College
Art School, Annandale-on-Hudson

81
Quentin Meillassoux, Graham Harman, Ray Brassier & Iain Hamilton Grant / Speculative Realism
Philosophical movement rethinking assumptions about the relationship of the subject to the world

82
Mark Leckey
The artist whose technological enquiries into the the nature of objects have had a powerful influence on a younger generation of digital natives

83
Zeng Fanzhi
Currently China's highest-selling artist, with plans for his own museum showcasing Western and Chinese figurative art

84 2012 70
Christian & Karen Boros
Collectors who curate and show their works in a converted concrete bunker, also involved in publishing and artfair VIP programming

85 2012 82
Mario Cristiani, Lorenzo Fiaschi, Maurizio Rigillo
Trio behind Galleria Continua, with a trio of spaces, one each in the Tuscan town of San Gimignano, west of Paris, and in Beijing

86 2012 85
Dasha Zhukova
Founder of Moscow's private art foundation the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture

87 2010 56
Nicolas Bourriaud
Cofounder of the Palais de Tokyo and father of the omnipresent relational aesthetics movement

88 2012 97
Victoria Miro
Established London gallerist with major international artists and gallery spaces in East London and Mayfair

89
Sean Kelly
New York gallery making an impact with a crowd-pleasing programme and a focus on live and durational art

90 2012 91
Franco Noero & Pierpaolo Falone
Turin-based gallerists with a talent for combining national and international artists, and commerce and credibility

91
Zhang Wei/Vitamin Creative Space
Cofounder of the multidisciplinary Vitamin Creative Space, based in Guangzhou and Beijing

92
Anselm Franke
A master of the essay-exhibition: rich, sprawling topographies of imagery, research and speculation

93
Forrest Nash
Blogfounder whose site, which posts images of, rather than text about, exhibitions, has well over one million page views a month

94
Sunjung Kim
Curator of international projects and exhibitions and founder of the Seoul based SAMUSO: Space for Contemporary Art

95
Eugene Tan
Director of the National Art Gallery, Singapore, and stage setter for Singapore’s potential emergence as a Southeast Asian arts hub

96 2012 94
Maureen Paley
Longstanding East London gallerist showing major international artists alongside the new and lesser known

97 2012 95
Mera, Don, Jennifer & Jason Rubell
Owners of one of the largest private contemporary art collections, with children (Jennifer and Jason) who have art careers of their own

98
El Anatsui
Sculptor and teacher whose shimmering curtains made of thousands of throwaway metal objects have seen an upsurge in demand and value

99
Jennifer Flay
Director of the increasingly important and internationally focused FIAC Art Fair in Paris

100
Eko Nugroho
Star artist on the Indonesian art scene, with an international profile, and whose work is embedded in both local traditions and global culture

61
Luisa Strina
One of the biggest and best conduits to Brazilian art (2012: 71)

While the majority of sales for Brazil’s commercial galleries are still domestic, income from selling art abroad is on the up. Rather dramatically on the up: an increase from $18 million registered in 2011 to $27m in 2012, according to ABACT, the Brazilian gallery association. Luisa Strina will have generated a good chunk of that through her eponymous space. Sao Paulo’s oldest and most venerated outfit, the gallery goes to all the major fairs (Strina is on the selection committee for Art Basel Miami Beach) and has been instrumental in developing and supporting the careers of so many artists that are now, or are becoming, stellar names outside Latin America - including the cover star of the September issue of A rtRevz'ew, Fernanda Gomes. With Alexandre da Cunha, Cildo Meireles and Pedro Reyes also among the artists the gallery represents, there is a constant calendar of museum shows to offer support, too.

75
Bernardo Paz 80
Founder of Inhotim, 2,000-hectares of art and botany in Brazilian mining country (2012: 80)

Some 400,000 people are predicted to visit Inhotim this year. Not bad for a sculpture park located a long drive from the nearest city. But then Inhotim is a one-off. Aside from a few viewing-room purchases, its founder, Bernardo Paz (who Forbes estimates is worth $817 million), has commissioned most of the work on display at the 2,000-hectare park. He’s been ably assisted by some high-powered curators: after Jochen Volz took a position at London’s Serpentine Gallery last year, Paz was able to get Eungie Joo to move to the remote institution from the New Museum in New York. Large site-specific installations authored by the likes of Olafur Eliasson, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Rivane Neuenschwander and Matthew Barney are Inhotim’s stock in trade, housed in specially designed pavilions. And it’s expanding – Paz owns a lot more land in the state of Minas Gerais than the bit the park currently covers.

FONTE: http://artreview.com/power_100/

Posted by Patricia Canetti at 4:30 PM