Her Hint for Collecting Like an Artist: Use Instagram

THE NEW YORK TIMES
By Shivani Vora
Ms. Buckman’s wall, clockwise, from top left: a print by Tim Sidell (2014); a portrait by George Hurrell; a portrait of her daughter, Cleo, by thnwblk (2017); a drawing by Toyin Ojih Odutola (2015); art by Cleo; and a vintage image of Krishna and Radha.
The artist Zoë Buckman’s loft-cum-studio in Dumbo delivers a sensory overload of paintings, photography and sketches from around the world. Yet Ms. Buckman, born in London, has never thought of herself as a collector. “I’m someone who lives with the work of artists I’ve been lucky enough to know or trade with,” she said on a recent afternoon, as sunlight flooded through the oversized windows overlooking the Manhattan Bridge. Contemporary artists are her favorites. Pieces like these are interspersed with representations of Hindu gods that Ms. Buckman picked up on trips to India, and some art by her daughter, Cleo. [More]
The artist Zoë Buckman in her apartment, surrounded by part of her collection, including, clockwise from left, a print of Tupac Shakur by Albert Watson; Amy Winehouse from her album “Lioness”; and Ms. Buckman’s “Jemima” (2016).

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