ArtReview divulga a lista das 100 pessoas mais influentes do mundo da arte em 2015

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A ArtReview divulgou sua lista das 100 personalidades mais importantes do mundo da arte em 2015: “The Power 100”.

Entre os brasileiros estão a galerista Luisa Strina, que subiu da 65ª para a 55ª, em comparação com o ano passado, o trio dono da galeria paulistana Mendes Wood DM (Pedro Mendes, Matthew Wood e Felipe Dmab) que subiu da 99ª para a 93ª, e o curador e diretor do MASP Adriano Pedrosa, que caiu da 93º para 96ª. O empresário e colecionador mineiro Bernardo Paz saiu da lista neste ano. Nenhum nome novo surgiu, e nenhum artista ou diretor de feira brasileiro faz parte da lista.

Quem lidera a lista é o casal de galeristas suíços Iwan e Manuela Wirth. O artista plástico chinês Ai Weiwei, que estava em 15º em 2014, toma o 2º lugar do galerista norte-americano David Zwirner, que agora está em 3º.

A queda mais brusca foi a da Sheika Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, do Qatar, patrocinadora oficial e presidenta do Qatar Museums Authority (QMA), que foi de 13º para 87º lugar.

A lista completa pode ser vista em: http://artreview.com/power_100/

1 – Iwan & Manuela Wirth – Major gallerists with spaces in Zürich, London, New York, Los Angeles and Somerset
2 – Ai Weiwei – Artist and social activist, prominent in reconnecting art with issues of social and cultural value
3 – David Zwirner – The head of a New York and London gallery empire with an impressive reputation and spaces to match
4 – Hans Ulrich Obrist & Julia Peyton-Jones – Directors of the Serpentine Galleries, with HUO as the initiator of numerous extracurricular international art projects and exhibitions
5 – Nicholas Serota – Director of Tate
6 – Larry Gagosian – Established gallerist with 13 venues worldwide putting on museum-quality exhibitions
7 – Glenn D. Lowry – Director Museum of Modern Art, New York
8 – Marina Abramovic – Performance-artist-turned-celebrity-inspirer-and-admirer
9 – Adam D. Weinberg – Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art
10 – Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev – Curator of the 2015 Istanbul Biennial, and the lauded Documenta 13
11- Wolfgang Tillmans – The most significant artist photographer working today
12 – Marian Goodman – Established gallerist with a roster of high-profile artists and spaces in New York, Paris and London
13 – Monika Sprüth e Philomene Magers – London, Berlin and soon-to-be LA-based gallerists committed to certain ideologies
14 – Jeff Koons – Omnipresent neoliberal Pop artist and ‘Balloon Dog’ millionaire
15 – Bernard Blisténe e Serge Lasvignes – Director and president of Centre Pompidou
16 – Adam Szymczyk – Artistic director of Documenta 14
17 – Okwui Enwezor – Curator of the Venice Biennale in 2015
18 – Hito Steyerl – Artist-as-theorist, theorist-as-artist
19 – Massimiliano Gioni – Ebullient director of the Trussardi Foundation and artistic director of New York’s New Museum
20 – Maja Hoffmann – Collector, patron, founder of LUMA Foundation
21 – Patricia Phelps de Cisneros – A collector and patron with peerless holdings of modern and contemporary Latin American art
22 – Beatrix Ruf – Director of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
23 – Marc & Arne Glimcher – Father-and-son partnership at the head of Pace, with galleries in New York, London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Menlo Park
24 – Gavin Brown – British-born gallerist now hopping between Harlem and Rome
25 – Marc Spiegler – Art Basel director
26 – Tim Blum e Jeff Poe – LA-based gallerists with New York and Tokyo branches
27 – Gerhard Richter – Still one of the most important painters of our times
28 – Eli & Edythe Broad – Super-collectors, super-patrons, founders of The Broad
29 – Pierre Huyghe – Cerebral conceptual artist
30 – Theaster Gates – The artist who does more outside the gallery than within
31- Michael Govan – Director of Los Angeles County Museum of Art
32 – Ryan Trecartin – American video artist for a hyper-mediated generation
33 – François Pinault – Collector and founder of the Pinault Collection, with works at the Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana in Venice
34 – Nicholas Logsdail, Alex Logsdail e Greg Hilty – Lisson gallery’s three directors, with spaces in London, Milan and, shortly, New York
35 – Jay Jopling – Founder of White Cube, the home of the YBAs, now with galleries in London and Hong Kong
36 – Sadie Coles – One of London’s most established and active gallerists with a roster of nearly 50 artists
37 – Isa Genzken – Mainstay artist and an enduring influence on younger generations
38 – Bernard Arnault – Collector and patron of art and creator of the Fondation Louis Vuitton
39 – Anton Vidokle, Julieta Aranda e Brian Kuan Wood – Founders of the e-flux website, and its various art projects
40 – Daniel Buchholz – Cologne- and now New York-based gallerist making careers
41 – Cindy Sherman – Stalwart of the Pictures Generation
42 – Rirkrit Tiravanija – Artist who favours relations over objects
43 – Dakis Joannou – Collector behind the nonprofit Athens institution the DESTE Foundation
44 – José Kuri e Mónica Manzutto – Founders of Kurimanzutto Gallery, Mexico City
45 – Thomas Hirschhorn – Swiss artist going public
46 – Barbara Gladstone – American gallerist with spaces in New York and Brussels
47 – Thelma Golden – Director of the Studio Museum in Harlem
48 – Sheikha Hoor Al-Qasimi – President of the Sharjah Art Foundation
49 – Matthew Slotover e Amanda Sharp – Founders of the Frieze Art Fairs
50 – Toby Webster e Andrew Hamilton – Founders of the Modern Institute Gallery and Glaswegian networkers
51 – Steve McQueen – Artist-turned-film-director-turned-artist
52 – Emmanuel Perrotin – Hong Kong, New York and Paris gallerist
53 – Yayoi Kusama – Red, white and instantly recognisable: the highest-earning living female artist
54 – Liam Gillick – Artist, writer, critic, teacher
55 – Luisa Strina – One of the biggest and best conduits to Brazilian art
56 – Zhang Wei e Hu Fang – Founders of the multidisciplinary Vitamin Creative Space, based in Guangzhou and Beijing
57 – RoseLee Goldberg – Founder and director of New York-based performance biennial Performa
58 – Anselm Franke – A master of the essay-exhibition: rich, sprawling topographies of imagery, research and speculation
59 – Christopher Wool – Postconceptualist painter whose influence can increasingly be seen on a younger generation of artists
60 – Udo Kittelmann – Director of Berlin’s Nationalgalerie
61 – Miuccia Prada – Collector and fashion empress
62 – Klaus Biesenbach – Director of MoMA PS1 and MoMA chief curator at large
63 – Richard Chang – Collector of both Western and Asian art and also a key broker of ties between the two artistic communities
64 – Olafur Eliasson – Socially and environmentally responsible Danish-Icelandic artist and bringer of sunshine
65 – Matthew Marks – Gallerist with spaces in Chelsea and LA
66 – Eugenio López – Collector and founder of the largest private museum in Latin America
67 – Luc Tuymans – Influential painter and increasingly influential curator
68 – Eva Presenhuber – Zürich-based gallerist with a packed international schedule and a roster of artists that includes the established and the new
69 – Mario Cristiani, Lorenzo Fiaschi e Maurizio Rigillo – Trio behind Galleria Continua, with spaces in the Tuscan town of San Gimignano, Les Moulins west of Paris, Beijing and now Havana
70 – Tom Eccles – Executive director at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard
71 – Claire Hsu – Cofounder of Asia Art Archive
72 – Massimo De Carlo – Italian gallerist with spaces in Milan and London
73 – Koyo Kouoh – Founding artistic director of Raw Material Company, Dakar and champion of art from Senegal and its neighbours
74 – Christine Tohme – Director of the Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts
75 – Graham Harman – Object-oriented philosopher
76 – Adrian Cheng – Hong Kong collector and head of K11 Art Foundation with a mission to raise the profile of emerging Chinese art
77 – Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo – Collector and networker and founder of Turin’s Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
78 – Tim Neuger e Burkhard Riemschneider – The gallerists behind Berlin’s understated but heavy-hitting Neugerriemschneider
79 – Esther Schipper – Berlin-based gallerist and crucial force in shaping Berlin’s evolving art scene
80 – Akram Zaatari – Artist exploring images through archival research and history
81 – William Kentridge – Artist whose powerfully political animation, sculpture and drawing also extends into performance and opera
82 – Hyun-Sook Lee – Seoul-based gallerist and champion of South Korean and international contemporary art
83 – Trevor Paglen – Artist-investigator blending art, journalism, geography and science
84 – Thaddaeus Ropac – Paris and Salzburg gallerist
85 – Philippe Pirotte – Rector of Frankfurt’s Städelschule art school
86 – Bose Krishnamachari e Riyas Komu – Artist-founders of India’s Kochi-Murziris Biennale
87 – Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani – Head of the Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) and sister of the Emir
88 – Sunjung Kim – Curator of international projects and exhibitions and founder of the Seoul based SAMUSO
89 – Rick Lowe – ‘Social Sculpture’ pioneer
90 – Yuko Hasegawa – Chief curator at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
91 – Philip Tinari – Director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art
92 – Charles Esche – Van Abbemuseum director and stalwart of the biennial circuit
93 – Felipe Dmab, Pedro Mendes e Matthew Wood – Brazilian threesome at the head of São Paulo’s Mendes Wood DM gallery
94 – Carter Cleveland – Computer science student turned Artsy chief
95 – Stefan Simchowitz – Collector-adviser-dealer and ‘Patron-Satan’ of young artists
96 – Adriano Pedrosa – Artistic director of Museu de Arte de São Paulo and prominent curatorial for Brazil abroad
97 – Dasha Zhukova – Founder of Moscow’s private art foundation the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture
98 – Nadia e Rajeeb Samdani – Building an art scene in Bangladesh through the Dhaka Art Summit
99 – Eugene Tan – Director of the National Art Gallery, Singapore
100 – Delfina Entrecanales – Patron of artists from Latin America and the MENASA region

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