October 25, 2004 - ArtReview - POWER 100 – Who really runs the art world?
October 25, 2004

POWER 100 – Who really runs the art world?

POWER 100 - Who really runs the art world?


ArtReview, the international contemporary art magazine, will publish its annual Power 100 on 28 October 2004.

A list of the most powerful people in the art world, the Power 100 presents a comprehensive insight into who really controls the production and sale of art on a global scale. Now in its third year, the list is fast becoming a key event on the art-world calendar, eagerly anticipated by industry insiders and commentators alike.
The Power 100 is the most topical survey of its kind, assessing the activity of artists, architects, dealers, collectors, curators, philanthropists, art advisors, auctioneers, museum directors and publishers over the past 12 months. It aims to reflect the global reach of the art world, homing in on exciting developments from Shanghai to New York, Berlin to Tokyo, and is nominated by a panel of international experts. This year the list has been broadened to encompass important figures associated with modern art as well as contemporary.
The Power 100 is accompanied by essays on the meaning of power in the art world and on the power list of the future. There are also special features on the brightest emerging talents, the most fashionable art-world meeting places, the most head-turning and powerful art couples and the donors with the deepest pockets.
The Art Review Power 100 is published in the November issue, on sale 28 October
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