ArtReview’s Power 100 issue out now

Featuring the ranking of the most influential people in the artworld, plus the year in art (and in the real world), reports from Mexico City, Dublin, London and São Paulo and more

The November 2019 issue of ArtReview, featuring the annual Power 100, is out now

ArtReview’s 18th edition of the Power 100 list is the magazine’s annual ranking of the international contemporary artworld’s 100 most influential people


The Power 100 list

The ranked list of this year's most influential people in the contemporary artworld, with profiles of each entry, including an extended profile of this year’s no.1: MoMA’s director Glenn Lowry

The Year in Art (and in the Real World)

ArtReview looks back on the headlines that marked the (art)world this past year

The Power 100 in Numbers

A breakdown of the numbers making up the Power 100 list

Tales of four cities

Gaby Cepeda writes from Mexico City, where culture feels under attack; Philomena Epps finds London in a spirit of disruption; in São Paulo, Silas Martí ponders a country in need for new heroes; while Declan Long is energised by Dublin’s restlessness.


Our columnists including Jonathan T.D. Neil on the songs and visions of Terry Allen and Patrick Langley on the melancholy soundtrack of Brexit Britain; Martin Herbert picks ten shows to see this month; and Jonas Lipps gives a rare interview to Ross Simonini… 

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