The outspoken art collector Adam Lindemann is opening a gallery at 980 Madison Avenue, on May 9. It’s an open secret that a lot of New York art collections look identical, but Lindemann says his new gallery will not, he hopes, “show what’s expected.” What is expected? we asked.
Damien Hirst “He’s now almost 10 percent of the art market, so you’d have to see Spots. It’s de rigueur for the Park Avenue apartment.” Photo: Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images
Cindy Sherman “You’d want to be politically correct, so you can’t have all men. Maybe this or a Lisa Yuskavage.” Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York and ” 2012 Cindy Sherman
Mickalene Thomas “I’d put it in the hallway, because the collector had just picked it up on a whim.” Photo: Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
Marilyn Minter “I’d finish with that for today’s typical contemporary collector’s apartment.” Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Salon 94