Patrick Majerus’ love for collecting all began when he was a child and had a fasciation for collecting stamps and “bandes dessinées”.
Germany’s largest coffee entrepreneur shares his collection of all things coffee.
Lynn del Sol is a collector that doesn’t follow the rules.
In January 2011 Australian collector and philanthropist David Walsh opened up Australia’s largest private museum: the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona).
When avid art and book collectors Samara Walbohm and Joe Shlesinger decided to share their collection with the public, they founded Scrap Metal, a privately funded exhibition space in Toronto.
London’s Zabludowicz Collection showcases their recent presentation of the collection featuring works by Sara Cwynar, Elad Lassry, Natalie Czech, Richard Prince and Cindy Sherman.
Italian curator and art critic Dores Sacquegna’s interest in collecting began in 1996 when she was still studying for her degree in Contemporary Art.
“Our exhibition space does not aim to be an oasis.”
Thirty one years ago, at the age of twenty one, Theran born collector Ramin Salsali started to collect art and hasn’t stopped since.
In Brumadinho, Brazil, in a forest area remnant of the Atlantic Rain Forest and Brazilian savanna, lies a magical collection of contemporary art.
A storehouse of stories from a collector with a constant quest to find hidden masterpieces.
Opening on the eve of the now infamous 2016 US elections, “The Power and The Glory” set out to examine the tension between an artist’s desire to shine and their desire to exist.
An exhibition from the Berlin-based collector Christian Kaspar Schwarm, featuring work from the art collective, Slavs and Tatars.
Located in the four-story karaoke bar Shanghai Night, in the southwest part of the city, lives a uniquely displayed collection of both Chinese and international art.
Featuring works from the FMCCA’s new exhibition “Non-Aligned Modernity” which showcases works from Croatia’s Marinko Sudac Collection.
Exploring how the organization of photographs into systematic sequences or typologies has affected modern visual culture.