Rob Suss’s longtime love of art and his three decades as a collector are crystallized in the Franks-Suss Collection—a 1,000-piece-strong collection representing a mix of artists from dynamic, emerging markets and the UK—which Suss built with Simon Franks and curators Eli Zagury and Tamar Arnon over the past decade. Additionally, Suss is a dedicated investor, with expertise backed by a 21-year career in finance.
Suss is deeply involved with the Royal Academy of the Arts, serving as a trustee of the institution, and as a chair of both its patron committee and its schools’ yearly auction and dinner. His passion for art (evidenced by his well curated Instagram account) lives in tandem with his passion for philanthropy, as he sits on the advisory board of Global Angels and is a trustee of J.K. Rowling’s endeavor Lumos—both charity organizations that work to aid and empower disadvantaged children.
In advance of London’s Art15
fair, Suss browsed through Artsy’s fair preview to select the six works that he’s most drawn to—perhaps, we suspect, you’ll soon find them in the Franks-Suss Collection.