A momentous publication that opens the doors to the Donald B. Marron Collection and celebrates the collector's enduring legacy
Over six decades, American financier and entrepreneur Don Marron acquired more than 300 modern and contemporary masterworks. This stunning volume pays homage to Marron
as one of the most visionary and avid collectors of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, as well as a pioneer of corporate collections. Impeccably reproduced illustrations of the works-by artists from Willem de Kooning and Lucian Freud to Agnes Martin and Cindy Sherman-are accompanied by archival materials and family photographs. An introduction by Arne Glimcher, founder and chairman of Pace Gallery, and illuminating essays by Glenn D. Lowry, Director of the Museum of Modern Art, Larry Gagosian, founder of Gagosian, Bill Acquavella, president of Acquavella Galleries, and Don's son William Marron tell the story of a truly visionary collector.