Photo: patrickmcmullan.com. The couple recently purchased The Hunting Party by Rosa Loy and Neo Rauch, and they are always adding to their collection of works by Laurie Simmons, a shared favorite. Among her causes, too, is one that might groom the next generation of aspiring artists and collectors: Studio in a School, which she founded in the ’70s and which teaches art in under-resourced New York City schools. addCss('https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.7.0/css/font-awesome.min.css'); As reported to the New York Times, Low is said by a source close to him to buy “pictures over $20 million, $30 million, $40 million.”, Susan and Leonard Feinstein link.type = 'text/css'; } else { Awards & Achievements. Florence and Daniel Guerlain checkCookies(); Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin purchases 3 Carlton Gardens in London for $122 million. The $125 million gift he gave to the Museum of Science and Industry (soon to be the Kenneth C. Griffin Museum of Science and Industry) makes it clear that while Griffin now spends some of his time in New York, Florida and London, the Windy City still maintains a huge place in his heart and for his philanthropic activities. //hide form fields and show thank-you message Mandy and Cliff Einstein Featured artists from Boros’s personal collection of some 700 works include contemporary stars like Elmgreen & Dragset, Sarah Lucas, and Rirkrit Tiravanija, classics like Olafur Eliasson (a Boros favorite, with 30 works in his collection), Franz Ackermann, Wolfgang Tillmans, Ed Ruscha, Damien Hirst, and Terence Koh, and even members of a new generation of Berlin-based artists, including Thea Djordjadze, Alicja Kwade, Klara Lidén, Michael Sailstorfer, and Danh Vo. It is known that private dealers can get higher prices than auctioneers. Richard Chang. Together with his friends and fellow Texan super-collectors the Rachofskys, the Falconers opened the Warehouse in 2012, in part to accommodate works that were too large for the Faulconer’s private home. if (generalSettings.loadFontAwesome) { }) Real-estate magnate Guttman’s collecting bug started when he would take his dog on walks in Washington, D.C., and check out the furniture in his neighbors’ houses—a practice which soon grew to include a penchant for buying everything from dressers, sofas, chairs, cabinets, and tables crafted by British and American folk artists to contemporary paintings and photographs. + '<\/style>' } Ginevra Elkann } + '