Anderson Ranch adds new board members |

Anderson Ranch adds new board members

Anderson Ranch Arts Center recently added four members to its board of trustees.

The Snowmass Village announced in late December that Marianne Boesky, David Fuente, David Wasserman and Robin Zendell had joined the 18-member board.

Boesky has more than 20 years of experience as an international art gallerist, collector and advocate for the arts. Boesky’s eponymous Manhattan gallery promotes an experimental and ambitious program, launching the careers of artists such as Lisa Yuskavage, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara and Barnaby Furnas.

Chicago-bred David Fuente is the former chairman and CEO of Office Depot.

Realtor David Wasserman has since 1999 acted as a principal and fiduciary for institutional capital partners, including Starwood Capital and Vornado Realty Trust.

Zendell is a real estate entrepreneur, with experience in fine art, high fashion and luxury retail and Manhattan real estate. Before her success in the real estate world, Zendell worked as a curator for Manhattan galleries and foundations.

“We are delighted to welcome such accomplished and dynamic new members to Anderson Ranch’s board of trustees,” said ranch Executive Director Nancy Wilhelms. “Their experience, expertise and dedication to the arts ensure the ranch will continue to reach new heights as a leading contemporary arts institution.”

Anderson Ranch is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Events include a weeklong anniversary program in July.

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