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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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United States

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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.

Language:

English


Episodes

Art Market Journalist Scott Reyburn on the Red Chip Art Phenomenon

1/14/2021
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Scott Reyburn, art market journalist who frequently writes in The New York Times and The Art Newspaper, joins us to discuss the red chip art phenomenon, a new term he coined to describe the art by younger artists that have appeared at auction selling for staggering amounts. First, Scott tells us about the term he coined and the corresponding phenomenon happening at auction. Then, Scott identifies some of the noticeable differences between this...

Duration:00:23:28

The New York Times' Zachary Small on Increased Regulations in the Antiquities Market

1/8/2021
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Zachary Small, contributor at The New York Times, joins us to discuss looming increased regulations in the US antiquities market. First, Zachary tells us about the National Defense Authorization Act passed by US Congress which includes new regulations for the antiquities market. Then, he reveals how much push back there has been from the art trade, who generally prefer a more opaque marketplace. Also, Zachary shares if the extent of illicit...

Duration:00:13:04

Artnet's Nate Freeman Recaps the Art Market in 2020

12/17/2020
In this end of year episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Nate Freeman, Senior Art Business Reporter at Artnet. First, Nate shares his top storylines of the art market in 2020. Then, he identifies Avery Singer, Nicolas Party, Harold Ancart, Titus Kaphar, Simone Leigh, Amoako Boafo and Matthew Wong as the biggest artist market winners of the past year. Also, Nate reveals which segment of the market was the weakest this past year. Lastly, Nate shares a bold prediction for the art...

Duration:00:26:58

Katya Kazakina Recaps Last Week's Major Contemporary Auctions

12/10/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, art market reporter Katya Kazakina joins us to recap last week's major contemporary auctions. First, Katya discusses the incredible high prices achieved during the auctions by several younger and mid-career artists and why it has prompted talk of a bubble in the contemporary art market. Then, she touches on museums' interest in artists of color and female artists and how that is impacting demand for their work on the primary and secondary...

Duration:00:33:11

Behind The Report: Contemporary Art Market Confidence Report – Nov 2020

11/23/2020
In this edition of Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our latest Contemporary Art Market Confidence Report in which our findings reveal a v-shaped recovery in the art market.

Duration:00:02:44

The Baltimore Sun's Mary McCauley on the Baltimore Museum of Art's Deaccessioning Controversy

11/16/2020
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mary McCauley, arts report for The Baltimore Sun, joins us to discuss the Baltimore Museum of Art's controversial attempt to deaccession three paintings from the museum's permanent collection. First, Mary tells us about the paintings by Andy Warhol, Brice Marden and Clyfford Still and their history with the museum's collection. Then, she reveals what the museum's motivation was to sell the paintings and why they ultimately decided against it....

Duration:00:13:06

ArtAML's Susan J. Mumford on Anti-Money Laundering in the Art Market

11/9/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we chat with Susan J. Mumford, CEO and co-founder of ArtAML, a technology company that provides anti-money laundering checks and expertise for the art market. First, Susan explains what anti-money laundering is and details the new major AML regulation in Europe that is starting to impact the art world. Then, she walk us through how art transactions are changing as a result of the new regulations. Also, Susan explains how ArtAML's tools make it...

Duration:00:27:23

Journalist Reena Davi on the Lack of Innovation From Art Fairs

10/29/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Reena Davi, arts journalist and critic, joins us to discuss her recent article in CoBo Social about the lack of innovation in the art fair experience. First, Reena recaps the online art fair experience since the pandemic started and details how different fairs are approaching their online platforms. Then, she shares what motivated her to write an article on the lack of evolution of the art fair experience. Also, Reena explains why she believes...

Duration:00:17:49

Behind The Report: Then & Now: The YBAs

10/19/2020
In this edition of Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our brand new series of reports, Then & Now, that will explore how different artist groups or movements from the past are faring in today’s auction market. In this first edition of the series, we look at the group of Young British Artists (YBAs) who emerged during the 1990s and in particular, those artists that participated in the infamous Sensation exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in 1997. This includes Damien Hirst, Jenny...

Duration:00:04:15

The Drawing Center's Laura Hoptman on Managing a Museum During the Pandemic

10/12/2020
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Laura Hoptman, executive director at The Drawing Center, joins us to discuss how she has managed the museum throughout the pandemic. First, Laura introduces us to The Drawing Center, including the museum's history and mission. Then, she describes what it was like to have the museum close abruptly due to the pandemic and how she managed the museum throughout COVID. Also, Laura explains how the museum was able to continue to interact with...

Duration:00:26:55

Sotheby's Michael Klein on the Art Market during the Covid-19 Pandemic

10/1/2020
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Michael Klein, head of Sotheby's Mei Moses, joins us to discuss how the art market is performing during the COVID-19 pandemic according to Sotheby's Mei Moses index. First, Michael familiarizes us with the history Mei Moses index and explains how it works. Then, he reveals that while total auction sales are down significantly during the pandemic, the art market is actually performing better than it did last year. Michael also explains why the...

Duration:00:20:52

BMW's Thomas Girst on Cultural Engagement and Corporate Philanthropy

9/25/2020
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast we chat with Thomas Girst, global head of BMW Group Cultural Engagement. First, Thomas discusses the history of BMW's extensive cultural engagement in the visual arts. Then, he shares how BMW Group Cultural Engagement has been impacted by the COVID pandemic. Also, Thomas reveals why we will unfortunately see less support of the visual arts from companies as a result of this crisis. Additionally, Thomas explains how he measures the success of...

Duration:00:19:13

Behind The Report: Artist Market Report George Condo

9/21/2020
In this edition of Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our Artist Market Report on George Condo in which we take a look at different aspects of his market and career including the term he coined Artificial Realism, his exhibition and institutional history, as well as an in-depth look at every aspect of his auction market.

Duration:00:04:20

Bank of America's Evan Beard updates us on the art lending space

9/14/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Evan Beard, National Art Service Executive at Bank of America Private Bank, updates us on the art lending space. First, Evan categorizes the different types of lenders in the art financing industry and reveals which bucket Bank of America Private Bank falls in. Then, Evan shares how the COVID-19 pandemic along with the associated economic swings have impacted art lending activities. Also, he explains why art financing is no longer a niche...

Duration:00:16:13

Behind The Report: RawFacts Online-Only Auction Review Jan-Aug 2020

9/10/2020
In this edition of Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our RawFacts Online-Only Auction Review in which we investigate online-only auction sale trends at Sotheby's, Christie's and Phillips during the COVID pandemic and how they compare to 2019.

Duration:00:03:39

Tomasz Imieliński and Jean-Paul Engelen on Phillips and Articker's partnership

8/17/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we chat with Tomasz Imieliński, founder and developer of Articker, a technology that aggregates open-source data on artists and artworks, providing unique insights into emerging market trends, and Jean-Paul Engelen, co-head of 20th Century and Contemporary Art and Global Chairman at Phillips. Last week it was announced that Articker and Phillips have formed an exclusive partnership so we wanted to have them on to chat about the tool and how...

Duration:00:27:30

Ronnie Pirovino and Lindsay Griffith on the intersection between urban art and contemporary art

8/5/2020
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we chat with Ronnie Pirovino, contemporary art collector, curator, appraiser and recognized as one of the early and most prolific collectors of KAWS' work and Lindsay Griffith, Head of Department for Prints & Multiples in New York at Christie's about the intersection between urban art and contemporary art as well as their co-curated upcoming auction Trespassing. First, Ronnie tells us about his collecting background and how he became one of...

Duration:00:36:34

Glass' Christian Huhnt on their catalogue raisonné startup

7/28/2020
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Christian Huhnt, co-founder of Glass, a tool that allows you to instantly look up catalogue raisonné information and the most recent auction results just by texting an image on WhatsApp. First, Christian walks us through the process of how Glass works. Then, he tells us about the robotic machines they use to digitize catalogue raisonnés, page by page. Also, Christian explains why it's so important as a matter of due diligence...

Duration:00:19:22

Artsy's Mike Steib on the online art space during the COVID pandemic

7/20/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Mike Steib, CEO of Artsy, the leading online platform for discovering, buying and selling fine art. First, Mike shares what happened on Artsy's platform during the pandemic, including how it impacted the behavior of collectors and galleries. Also, he reveals what specific actions the company took to help galleries during this difficult period. Then, Mike tells us what he thought of select galleries, such as David Zwirner Gallery,...

Duration:00:15:25

Christie's Rachael White on their upcoming Christie's ONE auction

7/1/2020
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we chat with Rachael White, a specialist at Christie's and also the Head of their Post-War & Contemporary Morning Sale in New York. Rachel joins us ahead of Christie's ONE auction taking place on July 10th. First, Rachael discusses how the auction house transitioned from live auctions to online auctions and private sales during the COVID pandemic. Then, she touches on the potential for online auctions in the future when live auctions return on...

Duration:00:24:05