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The latest and fourth issue of the magazine “Arterritory Conversations With Collectors”, features fourteen conversations with the following influential art collectors from around the world: Robert M. Rubin, Erika Hoffmann-Koenige, Noemi Givon, Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Al Shands, Candida Gertler, Amos Schocken, Timo Miettinen, Galila Barzilaï Hollander, Vilius Kavaliauskas, Patricia Vergez, Andrew and Christine Hall, and Bernar Venet.

As each issue has brought into the open new aspects of collecting as a passion, in the last one, a common thread turned out to be responsibility and the desire to share. Much like Bernar Venet, other figures covered in “Arterritory Conversations with Collectors, Vol 4” also partake in this generosity: American collector Al Shands has bequeathed his collection to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville upon his passing; Erika and Rolf Hoffmann open the doors of Sammlung Hoffmann to the public once a week; Berlin-based Timo Miettinen has designed his Salon Dahlmann as a publicly accessible cultural space; Patricia and Juan Verges have fashioned the tours of their collection (which is located in a one-time ink factory in Buenos Aires) as emotional experiences that they themselves guide; while the art spaces of Galila Barzilaï Hollander and Frederic de Goldschmidt in Brussels are still under construction. 

ARCHIVE: A photo-report from the presentation of the fourth issue of “Arterritory Conversations with Collectors”

“Arterritory Conversations with Collectors” is an annual publication created by the art and culture publishing house

The publication is a compilation of interviews with art collectors from all parts of the world, with the aim of introducing the public to the most important and prestigious art collections, as well as demonstrating that art can become a meaningful part of everyone’s life. The project documents relevant conversations on the situation of art today, as well as on the possible paths of future development in the art world, thereby popularizing the art scene and garnering interest from as large a part of society as possible.

“Arterritory Conversations with Collectors, Vol 3”
“Arterritory Conversations with Collectors Vol 2”
“Arterritory Conversations with Collectors Vol 1”

The first issue of “Arterritory Conversations with Collectors” came out in 2014, and a total of 47 interviews with the world’s leading and most influential art collectors have been published in the series. The magazine provides not only a look into these extraordinary assemblages of art, but also down-to-earth exchanges on how art and the collecting of art has changed the lives and world views of each specific individual. It is a periodical iteration of the fact that art can become an intrinsic part of anyone’s life.