August 29, 2006 - ArtReview - POWER 100 HOW DO YOU DEFINE POWER IN ART?
August 29, 2006

POWER 100 HOW DO YOU DEFINE POWER IN ART?

POWER 100
HOW DO YOU DEFINE POWER IN ART?

Who was the highest bidder? What artists are driving the market? Which galleries and collectors dominate the sector?

ArtReviews Power 100 answers those questions. Now entering its fifth year, ArtReview Power 100, published each November, is one of the contemporary art worlds key cultural events. </p>
<p> Last year, the ArtReview Power 100 reached millions of people worldwide after being picked up by national and international media across the globe.

THE 2006 POWER 100

THE ART WORLDS EQUIVALENT TO THE FORBES 100 Reuters

In 2005, the ArtReview Power 100 received unprecedented global coverage, ensuring its status as an annual contemporary art event. To satisfy demand and interest, the 2006 ArtReview Power 100 will be much more expansive than in the past, including collector profiles, Q&As, articles on the balance of power in the art world by respected critics and writers and, naturally, compelling imagery throughout.

ArtReview will also reinforce the print edition with online virals, PR events and happenings. ArtReview Power 100 will enjoy an increase in its global distribution to ensure unprecedented coverage and to meet demand from the global contemporary art audience.
THE UNVEILING

This years ArtReview Power 100 will be the biggest yet more pages, more pictures and more features by respected critics on the balance of power in contemporary art. To ensure the most coverage and publicity, the Power 100 2006 will be unveiled during the Londons annual contemporary art week (12-16 October), precisely when the art worlds most prestigious patrons many of whom will be listed in the Power 100 – - are in town.
SILENT PANEL

A silent panel of respected writers, critics and curators spread across the globe will compile this years ArtReview Power 100. As such, the list will be more global than ever before, reflecting the increasing reach of the art trade and emerging capitals within it. The panellists are working from behind the scenes from a long-list of hundreds of potential candidates.
FEATURES

In addition to devoting space to each individual in the ArtReview Power 100, the November issue explores the nuances of power. Features include:
Five years Power in perspective:

Who made the biggest jumps? Where were the greatest shifts? And which people were able to sustain their power across every ArtReview Power 100?

Institutional Power in New York and London

The Rise of Foundations

The increasing importance of corporate sponsorship

Power in the digital age: Google and Flickr

2005 TOP 10
1. Damien Hirst, artist, Uk
2. Larry Gagosian, dealer/ gallerist US
3. Francois Pinault, owner of Christies /collector, France
4. Sir Nicholas Serota, Tate director, Uk
5. Glenn D Lowry MoMA director, US
6. Eli Broad, collector/philanthropist, US-LA
7. Sam Keller, Art Basel director, Switzerland
8. Iwan Wirth, dealer/gallerist, Hayser and Wirth, Switzerland
9. Bruce Nauman, artist US
10. David Zwirner, dealer/gallerist, US
2006 Power 100?

Find out – ArtReview November Issue

Art Review Power 100 on sale from news stands worldwide from 14 October

www.artreview.com

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