In the Press
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 100 of the world’s most prominent art collectors, her expertise has reached new heights
Review of Could Have Should Have Would Have
For Art Sake Book Inside the Homes of Art Dealers touring the art filled homes of gallerists and dealers. It is like a hand coloured atlas or a lavish birding - guide hinting at the riches of a larger experience without nudging the reader off the couch... Passion for art and design is clear throughout the book & Atencio Demirdjian makes the case that collectors can be adventurous decorators as well!
Wall Street Journal
Review of For Art's Sake Inside the Homes of Art Dealers
A testament to her fidelity, the collector was granted access into the little or never-before-seen homes of art world titans like Gavin Brown, Sean Kelly, Dominique Lévy, Paula Cooper, Jeffrey Deitch, Iwan and Manuela Wirth, and Xavier Hufkens and Pierre Marie Giraud. Locations range from Barbara Gladstone’s four-story Chelsea townhouse to Almine Rech’s Brussels villa and Iwan and Manuela Wirth’s “home away from home” in the Scottish Highlands
Review of For Art's Sake Inside the Homes of the Art Dealers
Tiqui Atencio Demirdjian is a collector of Modern and Contemporary Art and Twentieth-Century Design. Since 2005, she has been an Ex-Officio Trustee of the Guggenheim Museum and Chair of its International Director's Council. In 2003, she founded the Tate's Latin American Acquisition Committee and has been its Chair since then. She is the author of Could Have, Would Have, Should Have: Inside the World of the Art Collector and, soon to be on the bookshelves, For Art's Sake: Inside the Homes of Art Dealers.