Meet Francis Reynolds, a philanthropist and passionate collector of Latin American and contemporary art.

An unforgettable visit at Francis green residence in the Jardim Botânico district of Rio De Janeiro with the overlook of Cristo Redentor statue.

Spanning over eighty years, the collection is mainly focused on abstraction, nature and humane figures. Ms. Reynolds has made her mission to support emerging and mid-career female artists identifying her collection as a “chorus of female voices”. The collection features some of the most prominent works by Latin American and International established contemporary artists, including Louise Bourgeois, Jesus Soto, Anselm Kiefer, Thomas Houseago, Hans Josephsohn, David Mach, Louise Bourgeois, Matthew Barney, Olafur Eliasson, Tarsila de Amaral and Lucas Arruda amongst others.

Frances Reynolds  is the Founder and President of the Fundación Arte Viva in Europe and Inclusartiz Institute in Brazil a non profit organization that promotes cultural initiatives, primarily focusing on a Residency Programs aim to promote cultural exchange. She sits on the Tate Latin American Acquisitions Committee, Tate Modern  as well as being a member of the Council at Serpentine Galleries.