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Could Have, Would Have, Should Have: Inside the World of the Art Collector Hardcover – November 29, 2016
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Based on interviews with nearly 100 fellow collectors... [Could Have, Would Have, Should Have is] all about the mystery of collecting and the fascination it exerts over high-stakes players who can afford to get hooked. (Introspective Magazine)
Taking an essential look at the landscape of collecting...Atencio has done nearly 100 interviews with artists, collectors, and financiers to shape this guide…[which] explores the “whys” and “hows” of art collecting. (Artdesk)
Offering a frank and honest first-hand account of a world that is usually strictly confidential, Atencio speaks with major names like Eli Broad, Peter Brant, Stefan Edlis, Adam Lindemann and Anita Zabludowicz to ask all of the questions you wish you could answer, but never could. (BMW Art Guide)
Tiqui Atencio, known for her collection of Latin American, modern, and contemporary art, has long established herself as a distinguished figure in the art world. But now that she’s interviewed over 80 of the world’s most prominent art collectors, her expertise has reached new heights. (Casey Lesser Artsy)
The book is an entertaining insider’s guide to the thought processes of more than 80 of the world’s top collectors. Being a highly regarded collector herself, Ms. Atencio has been able to coax some candid responses from major names like Eli Broad, Peter Brant, Stefan Edlis, Adam Lindemann and Anita Zabludowicz, art-loving 0.1 percenters whose buying and selling habits…are usually cloaked in confidentiality. (Scott Reyburn The New York Times)
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It could have, should have, and would have been a much more interesting book had it focused on the other 99% percent of art collectors (i.e. people who are not multimillionaires), not just those whose are filthy rich, serve on museum boards, and fly in private jets to all the major art fairs and auctions.