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Wall Street bigs emerge as key art collectors

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What do you do with all that money? If you're Leon Black of Apollo Advisors, or Steven Cohen of SAC Capital, or Henry Kravis of KKR, you buy lots of art -- pricey art at that. The New York Post notes data from ARTnews that makes clear that Wall Street executives remain big collectors. Cohen raised brows recently when he forked over $8 million for a 14-foot Tiger shark preserved in formaldehyde. The Post notes he has been an aggressive accumulator of impressionist and modern works.

> Here's the New York Post article.