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Modern Art Collectors

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Modern Art Collectors

Modern Art Collectors

Modern Art Collectors

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"Wrapped Walk Ways." (Project for Loose Park, Kansas City, 1978) National Gallery of Art, Gift of Dorothy and Herbert Vogel, trustees. Wolfgang Volz hide caption

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Grant Hill is an NBA All Star, a former NCAA great, a U.S. Olympic gold medallist and a serious art collector. So is Steve Martin, Madonna, Cheech Marin and many other celebrities. Hill and NPR's Neal Conan discuss who's collecting art these days.

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Grant Hill, six-time NBA All Star for the Orlando Magic and serious collector of African-American Art. His collection is on a seven-city tour.

Judd Tully, editor-at-large at Art and Auction Magazine

Herbert and Dorothy Vogel, contemporary art collectors

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