This year, the gallery is hosting an exclusive dinner with Germano Celant and Sylvester Stallone, but good luck wrangling an invite. Leonardo Di Caprio There is no doubt in our minds that actor and art collector Leonardo Di Caprio will make an appearance at Basel—likely playing it incognito underneath his signature cap and sunglasses.The real question, of course, is whether his model girlfriend Kelly Rohrbach (who is rumored to be his fiance! You may recall that last year, the 41-year-old actor was said to have left a post-Basel shindig with 20 women.splits time between New York and her hometown of Miami, and we’re betting she knows just where the party is at during the city’s biggest week.If it’s great art you seek, she can help with that as well: she’s the daughter of mega-collector Marty Margulies, who is known for providing exclusive tours of his storied collection, which includes work by Joan Miró, Willem de Kooning, and Donald Judd, to name just a few. Isabelle Gmurzynska Bscher The scion of the Zurich-based Galerie Gmurzynska is a stylishly-dressed fixture on the Art Basel in Miami Beach social scene.Maybe it’s his coterie of famous friends, or that steely German stare? Theaster Gates Theaster Gates has been everywhere this year, from his native Chicago, where he’s created a new arts center in an abandoned bank, to the recent Hirshhorn Museum gala in New York, where his performance was the highlight of the evening. Zaha Hadid Star architect Zaha Hadid has the kind of cool composure we envy, despite a constant roster of major projects—for example, that beleaguered Tokyo Olympic stadium project. Earlier this year, she walked out of an interview with BBC when questioned about the safety of migrant workers building her Qatar stadium. Lady Gaga Okay, so Gaga seems a little less intimidating now that we’ve watched her shed tears, but that doesn’t mean that the pop superstar isn’t the coolest, most glamorous person in pretty much any room she walks in to.
Plus, the street artist has been everywhere this year: collaborating with Robert De Niro, protesting for #Black Lives Matter, and working alongside fellow It-boy artist Daniel Arsham at the Tribeca Film Festival. Magnus Resch German author, art market expert, and Larry’s List co-founder Magnus Resch is another name you’ve likely seen everywhere this year.In addition to his acclaimed work as a visual artist, he also operates Badlands Unlimited, an indie art publishing company.What’s more, he’s got an in with uber-collector Dakis Joannou, who displayed work by Chan this year at his DESTE Foundation Projectspace Slaughterhouse on the Greek island of Hydra, where he holds an exclusive gathering every summer. Many say to use only one summon, but using both Amnesiac Lapp and Slave Knight Gael is an amazing combination because they heal themselves constantly, and draw aggro so the player can have huge windows to do damage.If the player is adament about using only one, or is doing better with just one for some reason, it is better to choose Lapp as he does similar damage to Gael, but takes more damage easier than Gael does.Just look for a gorgeous, 5’10 brunette with impressive knowledge of art and a pack of collectors eating out of the palm of her hand. Nadine Johnson Chic PR maven Nadine Johnson and her team maintain accounts with many of the week’s most formidable power players, and if there’s anyone who knows what’s up behind closed doors and inside sequestered VIP rooms, it’s her. Larry Gagosian Larry Gagosian is a man who needs no introduction, particularly at an event like Art Basel.