For such a down-to-earth guy, our guest Jim Hartley has had quite a glitzy career in the art biz. Jim, along with his partner (and past guest) Theron Kabrich, have […]
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It’s been a while but I’m back and comfortably settled in my usual corner booth at the ol’ art dealer bar. Having been away for a bit, there’s a lot […]
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To be a seasoned art dealer is to have taken some knocks over the years. There’s just no way around it. Stay in the business beyond the length of a […]
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Years ago I called Alex Salazar (this episode’s guest) to go over some increasingly complicated and continuously changing details pertaining to a show that we were working on together. One […]
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How about this for a show tease? An Andy Warhol painting changes the lives of a civil servant’s family forever, Dali’s pet ocelot gets out of control, and the chance […]
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From day one, it was a goal of the show to talk as many different types of art sellers as we could get on the mic—from art consultants working the […]
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As promised, we’ve returned with part two of our conversation with Heidi Leigh, owner of AFA Gallery in SOHO New York and Belcastel France. And if you liked part one, […]
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How about this for an interview starter? When this episode’s guest Richard Perry, the owner of Centaur Gallery in Las Vegas, first entered into the art business the company he […]
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As you know by Now, I love a good art dealer story. And our guest Heidi Leigh, the owner of AFA Gallery (Soho New York / Paris) has brought us […]
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The wait is over, and we are back with part II of my conversation with Bob Chase, president of Chase Art. And If you enjoyed part one as much as […]
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Nim Vaswani An Art Dealer By Any Other Name If the art world has its equivalent to an old-time tent revival it would the “Road Show Company.” Since 1997, Nim Vaswani and his devoted […]
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Are you ready for the first Art Dealer Show of the New Year? We are back with part II of my conversation with Thad Markham, the owner of Artifacts Gallery […]
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Many are calling 2016 a year of loss. If it was not a presidential candidate for you, it was at least Prince, Bowie and of course Leonard Cohen. As much […]
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I’ve alway been fond of the cautionary words from an unknown sage – “choose your profession before it chooses you.” These sobering words used to guid me as much as […]
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“I want to go to bed knowing somebody somewhere in the world is presenting a piece of art of ours.” – Bob Chase It’s easy to forget sometimes – heck, […]
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It’s our first October episode of the Art Dealer Show. Which means in keeping of my 1970’s understanding of programing, we have the obligatory scary story. At least one that […]
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We have a lot packed into an hour for you. Our guest the owner of Off The Wall Gallery in Houston – Mimi Sperber. Mimi has been cracking at the […]
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You can try to make a living doing what you love. Or you can try to love what makes you a living. This seems to be the two basic choices that we all face when seeking our fortune. In the case of our guest, Thad Markham it was a journey of trying it one way before saving his life by embracing the other.
Thad is the designer and publisher of Out Of The Bowl sculptures. He is also the owner of Artifacts Gallery in Cambria Ca, just due south of the tourist destination Hearst Castle in San...
Our guest on this episode of the Art Dealer Show is not an art dealer, gallery owner or even an art broker but she is, without a doubt, a notable player in the world of art sales.
Allison Zucker-Perelman is a publicist who has set the standard for promotion in the art business for the past decade. Along the way she has worked with a list of artists, galleries and publishers which amounts to a who’s who in the biz. Jane Seymour, Dr. Seuss (Chase Art), Peter Max, Tom Everhart, Beanie...
I’ve got a great episode of the Art Dealer Show podcast this time—so good we had to break it into two parts. My guest is Theron Kabrich, co-owner of one of the art world's more unique galleries—the San Francisco Art Exchange.
Theron is personally much more than just a unique art dealer who has squeezed several impressive lives into one career in the art world. He, along with his business partner Jim Hartley (who I hope to have on the show in the future), were the first people to give me a...