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ArtTactic

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Rank #157 in Visual Arts category

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Visual Arts
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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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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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42 Ratings
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Great stuff!

By bgreen232323 - Feb 19 2019
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Great podcast for beginning collectors or people just looking to learn more about the art markets

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By LupePrado - Apr 07 2017
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Best podcast on the art market hands down!

iTunes Ratings

42 Ratings
Average Ratings
35
2
3
1
1

Great stuff!

By bgreen232323 - Feb 19 2019
Read more
Great podcast for beginning collectors or people just looking to learn more about the art markets

Thumbs up!

By LupePrado - Apr 07 2017
Read more
Best podcast on the art market hands down!
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ArtTactic

Latest release on Aug 05, 2020

All 188 episodes from oldest to newest

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

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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 the most widely recognized collectors of KAWS' work. Then, Lindsay, explains why it is the right time for Christie's to embrace the urban art collecting category with this sale with Ronnie. Also, Ronnie discusses the significant number of urban art collectors who have expanded their collecting interests to these more mainstream contemporary artists and why this evolution is occurring now. Further, Lindsay, reveals to what extent her regular clients are showing interest in this collecting category. Finally, they share a few of their favorite works in the sale which occurs from August 5-19.

Aug 05 2020

36mins

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Glass' Christian Huhnt on their catalogue raisonné startup

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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 for those in the art world to search artworks in catalogue raisonnés before buying or selling an artwork. Lastly, Christian shares exactly what artwork details are revealed in a catalogue raisonné.

Jul 28 2020

19mins

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

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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, establishing online platforms that hosted other galleries' exhibitions. Additionally, he answers if we really witnessed a transformation of the online art space during the pandemic.

Jul 20 2020

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

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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 a regular basis. Further, Rachael details the resiliency of the art market and the extent to which it was impacted by the pandemic. Also, Rachael helps us preview Christie's ONE, including what the auction experience will be like, if the quality of the material was impacted by the pandemic and what are a few of her favorite lots in the sale.

Jul 01 2020

24mins

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Behind The Report: Artist Market Report Rashid Johnson

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In this edition of Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our Artist Market Report on Rashid Johnson in which we take a look at different aspects of his market and career including the meaning behind his conceptual and figurative art, experts’ market confidence, exhibition and institutional history, as well as an in-depth look at every aspect of his auction market.

Jun 22 2020

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Hill Art Foundation's Astrid Hill on establishing a foundation in NYC

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we are joined by Astrid Hill, vice president and curator of emerging artists at the Hill Art Foundation. First, Astrid tells us about the history of her family's collection and what motivated them to establish the foundation in 2019. Then, she shares with us what the foundation been doing while being closed during the COVID pandemic and how the foundation is approaching reopening. Also, she discusses how young collectors are growing the online art marketplace.

Jun 18 2020

22mins

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Behind The Report: Wet Paint 2015 – 2019

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In the inaugural edition of our podcast series Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our Wet Paint 2015 - 2019, in which we deep-dive into more than 2,700 lots that were offered at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips within 3 years or less of their creation date, hence the title ‘wet paint’. Adam discusses the highlights from the report and shares his personal commentary on flipping artworks at auction and its impact on an artist's career and a collector's relationship with the artist's galleries.

Jun 11 2020

6mins

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Pari Dust's Pari Ehsan on the intersection between art, fashion and design

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we chat with Pari Ehsan, founder and creative director of Pari Dust, an online platform focused on the intersection between art, fashion and design. First, Pari tells us about Pari Dust's platform and her journey to found the company. Then, she explains why she is focused on art, fashion and design. Also, she shares stories from over the years from her interactions with art galleries, both positive and negative. Finally, Pari offers advice on how to successfully engage with your social media audience.

Jun 09 2020

17mins

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ArtTactic's Anders Petterson on declining art market confidence

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by our founder Anders Petterson, to discuss our brand new Contemporary Art Market Confidence Report. First, Anders share the history and background of ArtTactic's Art Market Confidence Report. Then, he shares some of the key findings from the report including an 85% decline in market confidence since our previous report in September 2019. On a more uplifting note, Anders and Adam discuss some of the positive developments that have occurred in the art world over the past few months during the pandemic.

May 29 2020

29mins

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Frieze's Loring Randolph on Frieze New York's online art fair

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Loring Randolph, director of Frieze in New York, joins us to recap this past week's online version of Frieze New York. First, Loring shares galleries' reactions when it was announced the fair would shift online. Then, she tells us why the online platform will continue to be utilized by the fair in the future. Also, Lorin reports on the level of sales at this year's fair. Further, she touches on the artist gender filter, tells us if they will add a feature in the future to enable visitors and galleries to interact during the online fair and provides an update on Frieze London.

May 20 2020

16mins

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