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The ArtTactic Podcast, the leading podcast on the art market, covers a wide range of topics from art investment to general topics about the global art market industry. Each episode features an in-depth interview with a key art market figure.

The ArtTactic Podcast, the leading podcast on the art market, covers a wide range of topics from art investment to general topics about the global art market industry. Each episode features an in-depth interview with a key art market figure.
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The ArtTactic Podcast, the leading podcast on the art market, covers a wide range of topics from art investment to general topics about the global art market industry. Each episode features an in-depth interview with a key art market figure.

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English


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ArtReview's Marc Rappolt reviews their Power 100 annual rankings

12/3/2018
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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Marc Rappolt, editor-in-chief of ArtReview, joins us to review their recently published Power 100 ranking, listing the year's most influential people in the contemporary art world. First, we discuss the #metoo movement's place in the top 5 of this year's list and how it is infiltrating the art world. Then, we breakdown David Zwirner's rise to number 1 on the list as well as Larry Gagosian's fall to 22. Also, Marc lists some important trends on...

Duration:00:13:34

Ben Stein on his new book Museum of Street Art: East Village

11/26/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Ben Stein, author of the new book Museum of Street Art: East Village. First, Ben shares the history of street art and graffiti. Then, he explains how and why he systematically photographed the street art in the East Village over 14 straight hours to capture a snapshot of the “exhibit”. Also, Ben describes the East Village's history with street art and how it differs from other neighborhoods in New York City. Additionally, Ben...

Duration:00:24:14

Artsy's Nate Freeman recaps last week's contemporary auctions

11/20/2018
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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Nate Freeman, art market report for Artsy, joins us to recap last week's New York contemporary auctions. First, Nate touches on David Hockney becoming the most expensive living artist with his $90.3 million sale of his Portrait of an Artist. Then, he discusses why we saw softening at the top of the market and strength in the middle market. Also, Nate breaks down the surging prices for undervalued African American artists and Kaws. Lastly, he...

Duration:00:15:33

Everledger's Leanne Kemp on blockchain in the art world

11/12/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, first host Adam Green talks about the origins of the ArtTactic Podcast and what motivated him to launch it in 2009. Then, he speaks with Leanne Kemp, founder and CEO of Everledger, a technology company that uses blockchain technology to track the provenance of diamonds and other valuable items. Leanne talks about the history of Everledger and discusses its success bringing a blockchain platform to the diamond industry. Then, she reveals what...

Duration:00:19:57

Ronnie Pirovino on collecting Kaws and his upcoming Kaws toy sale at Heritage Auctions

11/5/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Ronnie Pirovino, who is recognized as one of the most prolific collectors of Kaws' work, joins us ahead of Heritage Auctions' The Toy Collection of Ronnie K. Pirovino sale on November 7th, featuring 118 lots containing Kaws toys from Ronnie's personal collection. First, Ronnie tells us why he started collecting Kaws' work in the early 2000s, well before there was the hype for his art that we see today. Also, he explains how he amassed such a...

Duration:00:32:53

Vastari's Bernadine Brocker on recent museum trends

10/29/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Bernadine Brocker, founder and CEO of Vastari, a company that connects curators, collectors, producers and venues for exhibition loans and tours, joins us to discuss findings from their recently published reports on museum trends in the art world.

Duration:00:19:26

Hedges Projects' Jim Hedges on Outsider Art

10/16/2018
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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Jim Hedges, of Hedges Projects, joins us to discuss Outsider Art, art made by self-taught artists. First, Jim explains what art qualifies as Outsider Art and describes how it looks aesthetically. Then, he details how Outsider Art artists started being recognized even though they operated outside of the art establishment. Also, Jim discusses how the market for Outsider Art has evolved over the past few years.

Duration:00:17:21

The Daily Telegraph's Colin Gleadell recaps last week's major contemporary auctions

10/9/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Colin Gleadell, art market columnist for The Daily Telegraph and art market reporter for Artnet, joins us to discuss last week's major London contemporary auctions at Christie's, Sotheby's and Phillips. First, Colin recounts what it was like to be in Sotheby's salesroom when Banksy's Balloon with Girl self-destructed. Then, he speculates if Banksy was at the sale and if Sotheby's was aware of the ploy. Also, Colin breaks down the auctions at...

Duration:00:31:40

LiveAuctioneers' Phil Michaelson on bidding in auctions online

10/3/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Phil Michaelson, CEO of LiveAuctioneers, joins us to discuss online bidding in the art market. First, Phil discusses LiveAuctioneers' online bidding platform and how they partner with auction houses to enable bidders to bid live in realtime in sales. Then, he discusses how online bidding as a sales channel is trending compared to absentee bids, telephone bids and in-person bidding. Also, Phil touches on the importance of an auction house's...

Duration:00:15:07

Artemus' Asher Edelman on the current state of the art market

9/24/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Asher Edelman, founding member and CEO of Artemus, an art financing and leasing company, joins us to catch-up on the latest activities in the art financing space as well as discuss the current state of the art market. First, Asher reveals the increased lending activity at Artemus and speculates why he believes the art world is more receptive to art financing than it was previously. With the art market starting up again with art fairs, auctions...

Duration:00:14:24

Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott recaps the Monterey classic car auctions

9/17/2018
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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Hannah Elliott, staff writer at Bloomberg News covering the luxury sector, joins us to recap the Monterey classic car auctions, the biggest event of the year in the classic car market. First, Hannah tells us about the headline grabbing 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for $48.4 million, the highest price ever for a car at auction. Hannah shares the history of the car and why it set an auction record. Then, she sets the scene for us in Monterey,...

Duration:00:16:56

Iain Robertson on emerging art markets in his new book, New Art, New Markets

9/11/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Dr Iain Robertson, head of art business at the Sotheby's Institute of Art in London, joins us to discuss his new book, New Art, New Market, exploring several emerging contemporary art markets. First, Iain explains why he decided to write the book now and identifies which geographies he explores in the book. Then, he tells us which markets he is feeling most bullish about and which ones have him most concerned. Also, Iain discusses the extent...

Duration:00:13:59

Pi-eX's Christine Bourron on financial instruments for the art world

8/29/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Christine Bourron, CEO of Pi-eX, a firm that offers financial instruments based on art in the art market. First, Christine introduces us to contract on future sales, a product that enables sellers to pre-sell a percentage of their artwork to investors in advance of their artwork heading to auction. Then, Christine argues why this is a superior product to traditional third party guarantees offered by auction houses. Also, she...

Duration:00:18:19

Masterworks' Scott Lynn on trading shares of artworks

8/16/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Scott Lynn, founder of Masterworks, a startup that allows investors to buy and trade in shares of artworks. First, as an active collector, Scott tells us what motivated him to launch a company that provides others with the opportunity to have fractional ownership in artworks. Then, he walks us through how Masterworks works, including how they acquire their artworks for the platform and how individuals can purchase and trade...

Duration:00:08:14

Artnet's Rachel Corbett on decreasing gallery attendance

8/1/2018
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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Rachel Corbett, deputy editor at Artnet News, joins us to discuss the alarming trend of decreasing gallery attendance. First, Rachel explains the extent to which visitor attendance is declining at art galleries. Then, she identifies some of the primary reasons why this is occurring. Also, Rachel reveals the measures galleries are taking to reverse this trend. Lastly, she speculates on what the future may look like for brick-and-mortar...

Duration:00:14:38

Jessica Klein on blockchain and cryptocurrency in the art world

7/17/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Jessica Klein, freelance journalist, joins us to discuss her recent article in The Outline on the art world, cryptocurrency and blockchain. First, Jessica identifies a few notable artists currently incorporating blockchain technology and cryptocurrency in their art in different ways, such as Kevin Abosch, Cryptograffiti and Sarah Meyohas. Then, she tells us if there is any crossover between the collectors of this blockchain and cryptocurrency...

Duration:00:21:03

ValueMyStuff's Patrick van der Vorst updates us on the appraisals market

6/28/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Patrick van der Vorst, CEO of ValueMyStuff, an online appraisal company, joins us to update us on the appraisals market. First, Patrick tells us about his experiences at Sotheby's and what inspired him to found Value My Stuff in 2009. Then, he identifies some of the major changes in the appraisals space since we last had him on the podcast five years ago. Then, Patrick reveals how many of the appraisals generated at ValueMyStuff are by...

Duration:00:10:32

Judd Tully recaps last week's edition of Art Basel

6/20/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, veteran art market reporter, joins us to recap last week's edition of Art Basel. First, Judd comments on the trend seen in recent years in which several galleries are bringing high-value artworks at a level previously unseen at the fair. Then, Judd reveals if the recent and overdue commercial growth for African American and female artists continued at the fair. Also, he touches on some of the interesting topics discussed amongst...

Duration:00:23:15

ArtTactic's Anders Petterson and MutualArt's Zohar Elhanani on data and transparency

6/14/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Anders Petterson, founder and managing director of ArtTactic, and Zohar Elhanani, CEO of MutualArt, join us to discuss the importance of data and transparency in the art market. First, Anders reflects on his experiences in the art market over the past two decades and describes the level of increased access to data and market transparency since then. After, Zohar, having a diverse background with significant experience outside of the art world,...

Duration:00:25:00

Bill Charron And Megan Noh on the launch of the Court of Arbitration for Art

6/4/2018
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Bill Charron, partner at Pryor Cashman, and Megan Noh, partner at Cahill Cossu Noh & Robinson join us to discuss the establishment of the Court of Arbitration for Art, a specialized arbitration and mediation tribunal dedicated to resolving art law disputes. First, Bill shares with us the motivation behind founding the Court of Arbitration for Art and why the existing courts are not an ideal place to solve art disputes. Then, Megan walks us...

Duration:00:20:55