The AFC Supplement to ArtINFO’s Power 100: Auction Power Hair
If you’re on Art and Auction’s Power 100 list, you live by extremes. Whether you emit auction power, design power, collector power, personality power, dealer power, power to watch, traditional power, player power, or patron power, you share only one characteristic with your fellow listees: distinction. So what other traits can be used to enhance your mystique? Power hair.
Alex Rotter won Art + Auction's Auction Power list, too. Not hard to see why.
Since her 2010 Tino Sehgal show, Nancy Spector has become known for curating Guggenheim installations which "shatter expectations". So does a sexy bowl cut. A-plus.
Bonus points to Andrea Rosen for opting for platinum, reasons unbeknownst. A glimmering beacon? A wise judge? Diva? It works.
Simple. Elegant. Powerful. Angela Choon.
This hair gained international notoriety on Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn on WANGA– although, promises ArtINFO, it's still on the rise.
Fuck gel. NADA's Heather Hubbs's just-rolled-out-of-bed do indicates that she's not trying to hard. List? Heather Hubbs don't need no list. Heather Hubbs might have just won the list.
Don't let this pageboy fool you. Lawrence Benenson owns a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln.
Brazilian mining magnate and art patron Bernando Paz has a penchant for the picturesque. And the comb-back. Whoosh.
Nobody does business-with-a-fun-side quite like British art empire heir Jonathan Green.
Bald top and beard down below; a bold choice, Theaster Gates.
Matthew Slotover and Amanda Sharp, the indomitable hair stylings of Frieze New York
Billionaire hair, Wilbur Ross
BONUS: Hair to Watch
This hair's visibility has skyrocketed since making its way onto Pearl Lam.
Keep an eye out for the hair on Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev. Because, you know...watch out.
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