London magazine ArtReview /// The Contemporary Art World’s 100 Most Powerful Figures

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London magazine ArtReview is back with this year’s list of the world’s 100 most powerful figures in contemporary art. Topping this year’s list is Tate Director Nicholas Serota who moved up five places from number six. International gallerists David Zwirner and Iwan Wirth, meanwhile, kept their positions at 2 and 3 respectively. Other familiar faces now appear in the top 10 including performance artist Marina Abramovic and controversial artist Jeff Koons who moved up an impressive 49 spots to number 7 from 56. Cindy Sherman rounds out the top 10 having moved up three spots from number 13. Check out the top 10 below and head over to for more information and statistics.

1. Nicholas Serota
2. David Zwirner
3. Iwan Wirth
4. Glenn D Lowry
5. Marina Abramović
6. Hans Ulrich Obrist & Julia Peyton-Jones
7. Jeff Koons
8. Larry Gagosian
9. Marian Goodman
10. Cindy Sherman

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  1. jeff is up there

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