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Julian Robertson’s art becomes permanent fixture in Auckland

A clutch of Picassos, Cézanne, and other masterpieces originally belonging to the billionaire philanthropist will be seen in a new exhibition opening this week at Auckland Art Gallery.

WATCH: Auckland Art Gallery director Kirsten Lacy speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Tue, 06 Feb 2024

Former hedge fund billionaire and philanthropist Julian Robertson and his wife Josie Robertson collected some of the world’s most famous art during their many decades together, works the couple loved so much they referred to them as their “painted children”.

In 2019, just three years before he

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