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A Conversation with David Rockefeller and Agnes Gund
They’re bigger than life. As they walk arm in arm across the gallery floors at MoMA, people halt and stare. He’s a commanding figure with a famous face and regal posture; she radiates energy and exuberance as she greets security guards, administrative personnel, and curators by name. David Rockefeller and Agnes Gund are the lions of the Museum of Modern Art and of the art world.
Owners, The Umstead Hotel, Spa and Art Museum
When most people find something lacking in their city, few have the means to change it. Not so for Dr. Jim Goodnight, the CEO of SAS Institute, the world’s leading analytic software provider, and wife Ann Goodnight, who together built a five-star hotel in Cary, North Carolina and filled it with work by local and national artists.
Leading The Guggenheim To New Ground
He’s a visionary, although he won’t admit it. He teams up the best people, supports, encourages, guides, helps his members, and gives them all the credit for success. But the real driving force, the lord of leadership at the Guggenheim is Peter Lawson-Johnston. Grandson of the museum’s founder, Solomon R. Guggenheim, Lawson-Johnston is guardian of the Guggenheim family name.
Since opening up his chic Greene Street showroom in Soho 14 years ago, Murray Moss has endeavored to blur the line between fine art and design. His furnishings gallery—which recently opened a second location in Los Angeles—is anything but ordinary, encompassing creations that range from dashingly daring to delightfully bizarre.
Murray Moss doesn’t believe in arbitrary boundaries— least of all the one that is imagined to divide art from liv- ing. In his gallery space in New York and now at his newly opened location on Melrose Avenue, he has gathered a stable of international talents who combine craft-bench sensibility, intellectu- al rigor and high aesthetics to create furniture, jewelry and even housewares that are, without question, works of art.