Top 10 Most Read Collector Interviews on Larry’s List in 2018

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In the past year, we continued our dedicated efforts in connecting with art collectors around the globe, from Casablanca to Hong Kong, from Singapore to Vienna, and from Los Angeles to Bangkok, as we illustrated their various wonderful journeys in collecting contemporary art. We are excited to present you our list of the most read interviews in 2018…

 

Klimt’s Landscape Has a Special Place in My Home
Heidi Goëss-Horten, Vienna, Austria

Heidi Goëss-Horten. Courtesy of Heidi Horten Collection.

 

An Artwork Is Not a Gold Bar
Lorenzo Perini-Natali, Milan, Italy

Michael Kagan, Young, 2018, and Will Boone, HOME, 2016. Courtesy of Lorenzo Perini-Natali.

 

Acting and Art: It’s All an Expression of the Self
Russell Tovey, London, United Kingdom
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My Art Collection As My Children
Christina HeeKyung Kang, Seoul, Korea
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We Are Trying Not to Have “Horror Vacui” at Home
Kristian Roland Larsen, Aarhus, Denmark

Courtesy of Kristian Roland Larsen.

 

China Is the Way, and I Am the Way
David Chau, Shanghai, China
David Chua

 

Did You Expect These Artworks in the Thai Star’s Private Playground
Kong Karoon Sosothikul, Bangkok, Thailand
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Capturing the Zeitgeist
Wiyu Wahono, Jakarta, Indonesia

Wiyu Wahono in front of an audio-visual installation by Ryoji Ikeda. Photo: Wowo Wahono. Courtesy of Wiyu Wahono.

 

From Naples to Utopia: Why Togetherness Is Not Only a Theory
Francesco Taurisano, Naples, Italy
Theo-Mario Coppola & Francesco  Taurisano 3

 

A New Landmark in Shanghai Orchestrated by Jenny Jinyuan Wang
Jenny Jinyuan Wang, Shanghai, China

Jenny Jinyuan Wang. Courtesy of Fosun Foundation.

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