Art Review Power 100 | Who are the nine newcomers to join the list?

Felwine Sarr and Bénédicte Savoy
For 17 years, Art Review's annual Power 100 has been listing the 100 most influential people in the international art world.


This year, the list is headed up by Glenn D. Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, which recently reopened after a $450 million expansion and renovation. He is joined on the podium by artist Nan Goldin and gallerists Iwan & Manuela Wirth.


The new entries are:


— 6th: Felwine Sarr and Bénédicte Savoy | Academics arguing the case for decolonising Western museum collections


— 10th: ruangrupa | Jakarta-based artist collective taking charge of the next Documenta


— 19th: Decolonize This Place | New York activist group putting art-world power structures in the spotlight


— 61st: Elizabeth Ann Macgregor | Dynamic director of Australia's leading contemporary art museum


— 81st: Brook Andrew | Australian artist and curator of next Biennial of Sydney


— 92nd: Lucia Pietrouisti | Live programmes curator at London's Serpentine Galleries


— 95th: Ho Tzu Nyen | Multidisciplinary artist weaving fictions out of Asia's histories


Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s 2016 Earshot, an installation encompassing sound, photographic prints, and a video, which investigates the killing of two Palestinian teenagers in the West Bank.Source: Mor Charpentier



— 98th: Lawrence Abu Hamdan | Artist as political investigator


— 100th: David Kordansky | Rising Los Angeles gallerist


Find the whole list here.