Marian Goodman is one of the world’s most powerful art dealers. The diminutive, soft-spoken “gallerist”, in the business for 35 years, keeps the world’s great museums filled with works from her stable. According to many who’ve worked with her, the key to Goodman’s success is her emphasis on art rather than money. She prefers to place works where they will get most exposure, rather than where they will fetch the best price. Take a look at this Web gallery to see some of the art Goodman has shown over the years, and read about her in Blake Gopnik's article in Newsweek.