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Rank #174 in Visual Arts category

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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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33 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

33 Ratings
Average Ratings
29
0
3
0
1

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

Thumbs up!

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

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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.

Rank #1: Judd Tully recaps the art market in 2018

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In this end of the year episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, veteran art market reporter, joins us to review the art market in 2018. First, Judd shares the top storylines of the year with us. Then, he identifies which artists were the biggest winners over the past 12 months. Also, Judd discusses how Instagram is impacting several facets of the art market. Finally, Judd reveals how market participants are feeling as head into 2019 and also gives us two bold predictions for the art market next year.

Dec 24 2018

24mins

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Rank #2: The New York Times' Robin Pogrebin on the increasing number of galleries closing in the US

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Robin Pogrebin, culture reporter for The New York Times, joins us to discuss the recent phenomenon of an increasing number of small and mid size galleries closing in the US. First, Robin identifies the major reasons why this trend is occurring at this time. Also, Robin speculates if this pattern is temporary or if a shift in the way art transactions occur is responsible. Then. she explains why social media hasn't helped small and mid size galleries as much as they anticipated. Lastly, Robin reveals what typically happens to artists represented by these now closed galleries.

Jun 28 2017

13mins

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Rank #3: Art + Auction's Judd Tully dissects last week's major NY auctions

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, editor at large of Art + Auction, joins us to recap last week's major post-war and contemporary sales in New York. First, Judd reveals the mood of the art market just ahead of the auctions, following the US election, and if it was similar to the summer auctions that occurred in London shortly after Brexit. Then, he highlights some of the key takeaways from the auction results and what it indicates for the health of the art market. Also, Judd touches on the sustainability of Adrian Ghenie's incredible market surge as well as why Phillips' sale last week was a "breakthrough" for the auction house.

Nov 23 2016

26mins

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Rank #4: The Art Newspaper's Margaret Carrigan on Frieze LA

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Margaret Carrigan, deputy art market editor at The Art Newspaper, joins us to recap the inaugural edition of Frieze LA. First, Margaret grades the success of the fair and tells us if there was a consensus among collectors and exhibitors as to how it went. Then, she reveals if collectors from NY, Europe and Asia attended the fair. She also touches on the quality of the art on view and the layout of the fair. Margaret also discusses the inaugural edition of Felix and how the hotel fair went. Finally, Margaret predicts what the future may look like for this fair week.

Feb 22 2019

23mins

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Rank #5: Arteia's Philippe Gellman on managing art collections

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast we chat with Philippe Gellman, founder and CEO of Arteia, a technology platform that functions as collection management, provenance tracking and a marketplace for buyers and sellers. First, Philippe shares his vision for Arteia and what its role can be in the art market. Then, he explains what differentiates his platform from others that already exist in the art market. Also, Philippe reveals how they plan on building a marketplace where buyers and sellers can transact directly. Lastly, Philippe clarifies why they are using an initial coin offering to raise funds for the company.

Jun 07 2019

16mins

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Rank #6: Clare McAndrew shares the takeaways from her Art Basel & UBS Global Art Market Report

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Clare McAndrew, founder of Arts Economics and author of the recently released Art Basel & UBS Global Art Market Report, joins us to discuss her findings from her report. First, Clare shares some of the major takeaways from the report and puts into context the art market's performance in 2016 versus previous years. Then, she explains the significance of the large disparity between auction sales which fell 26% last year and dealer sales which increased 3%. Also, Clare touches on the discrepancies between her numbers and those witnessed in the competing TEFAF art market report as well as China's current role in the global art market.

Apr 10 2017

16mins

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Rank #7: Bloomberg News' Katya Kazakina on the rush for Black Artists

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Katya Kazakina, art market report for Bloomberg News, joins us to discuss the important correction happening in the art world in which collectors and museums are increasingly focusing on collecting Black artists. First, Katya pinpoints how and when this correction began. Then, she discusses how important it has become for prominent museums to acquire Black artists for their collections and how successful they have been at this given the recent increase in prices for these artworks. After, Katya identifies some of the key Black artists being targeted by museums, including Mark Bradford, Sam Gilliam, David Hammons, Barkley Hendricks, Chris Ofili and others. Also, Katya talks about how this trend is translating at art galleries, where they are beginning to show and represent more younger black artists. Lastly, Katya speculates if this trend will be more long-lasting than others in the art market and she also highlights some Black artists who will be up for auction in next month's May auctions.

Apr 25 2018

17mins

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Rank #8: Rachel Pownall discusses her key findings in the TEFAF Art Market Report

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Rachel Pownall, author of the recently released TEFAF Art Market Report, joins us to discuss her findings from her report. First, Rachel discusses the significant shift in sales from auctions to the private market last year and why this occurred. Then, she speculates why the art market has remained stagnant while global equities are surging. Also, Rachel identifies trends over the past year relating to galleries, art fairs and the online art market.

Mar 27 2017

10mins

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Rank #9: ArtTactic's Anders Petterson shares his art market outlook for 2018

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Anders Petterson, founder and CEO of ArtTactic, joins us to share his insights on the art market in 2018 from ArtTactic's brand new report, Global Art Market Outlook 2018. First, Anders recaps the performance of the art market in 2017. Then, he describes the overall sentiment in the art market as we enter 2018 and how it varies based on price point. Also, he reveals how sentiment differs for the different major regions in the global art market.

Feb 07 2018

13mins

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Rank #10: Johannes Frohlich introduces us to his online startup Project Art

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Johannes Frohlich, co-founder and CEO of Project Art, joins us to talk about his online art startup. First, Johannes introduces us to Project Art, a crowd curated online art marketplace. Then, he explains how he thinks he can differentiate Project Art from competitors in the crowded art e-commerce industry. Also, Johannes touches on how they attract emerging artists to sell on their platform as well as their strategy for targeting collectors around the world.

Jun 01 2017

11mins

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Rank #11: Bloomberg News' Katya Kazakina reflects on the art market in 2016

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In this end of the year episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Katya Kazakina, art market reporter for Bloomberg News, reflects on the major events in the art market in 2016. First, Katya selects the contraction of the art market, in particular observed at auction, as the major headline of 2016. Then, she identifies Agnes Martin, Yayoi Kusama, Kerry James Marshall and Harold Ancart as artists who had the best 2016. Also, Katya details Instagram's increasing influence over the past year in terms of how artists are discovered and artworks are sold. Lastly, Katya shares with us how market participants are feeling about the state of the art market as we head into 2017.

Dec 26 2016

27mins

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Rank #12: AucArt's Natasha Arselan on selling early career contemporary art

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Natasha Arselan, founder and CEO of AucArt, a startup online auction house exclusively offering early career contemporary art. First, Natasha reveals how young the graduate artists are on the platform and how AucArt finds them. Then, she identifies the limited alternative sales channels for emerging artists. Also, Natasha tells us the diverse kind of buyers interested in contemporary art by early career artists and how receptive artists have been to selling their art on the platform.

May 02 2018

7mins

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Rank #13: Jessica Klein on blockchain and cryptocurrency in the art world

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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 art and more traditional contemporary art. After, Jessica explains how select galleries and auction houses are targeting the newly crypto wealthy. Lastly, she identifies some of the art world startups that are leveraging blockchain technology to try to address provenance issues.

Jul 17 2018

21mins

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Rank #14: Author Don Thompson on his latest art market book, The Orange Balloon Dog

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Don Thompson, economist and professor of marketing and strategy at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, joins us to discuss his brand new book, The Orange Balloon Dog: Bubbles, Turmoil and Avarice in the Contemporary Art Market. First, Don discusses the significance of Jeff Koons' Orange Balloon Dog, which appears in the title of his book, and why the sale of it exemplifies some of the key concepts in his book. Then, he discusses the idea of nudging, a behavioral science concept made famous by Richard Thaler, and how it manifests itself in the art market. Also, Don explains why he believes a bubble is brewing in the current contemporary art market. Lastly, Don speaks with us on the significance of the Leonardo da Vinci Salvator Mundi painting upcoming for auction this week in Christie's Post-War and Contemporary sale.

Nov 13 2017

17mins

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Rank #15: Vivienne Chow profiles a new generation of Chinese collectors

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Vivienne Chow, award-winning journalist and culture critic at Variety, QZ and the South China Morning Post, joins us to discuss her recent article profiling a new generation of Chinese collectors. First, Vivienne shares some of the common qualities among the young Chinese collectors she profiled and explains what is motivating them to travel outside of China to expand their art exposure and education. Then, she explains why auction houses have served as the primary arts educational tool for Chinese collectors and to what extent this is now changing. Lastly, Vivienne considers how the Chinese art scene will be impacted by collectors expanding their collecting habits to beyond Chinese artists.

Sep 12 2017

20mins

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Rank #16: The Fine Art Group's Freya Stewart on their art lending practice

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're here with Freya Stewart, CEO of art lending at The Fine Art Group, formerly The Fine Art Fund. First, Freya reveals why The Fine Art Group expanded into the art financing sector. Then, she shares some data regarding the level of lending at the firm. Also, Freya speculates why borrowing against your artwork still remains a niche product within the art world. Finally, she touches on their recent acquisition of Falcon Fine Art as well as predicts what the art financing space will look like in the future.

Jan 31 2019

27mins

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Rank #17: Artnome's Jason Bailey on data and the art market

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Jason Bailey, founder of Artnome, who has compiled the largest analytical database of artworks. First, we speak with Jason about how he leverages his database to explore art and data through a variety of projects. Then, he discusses the intersection of blockchain and art and what may serve as a catalyst to get artworks on the blockchain. Also, Jason explores how artists are using machine learning in their art. Lastly, Jason explains why he believes there is significant investment opportunity in female and minority artists.

Apr 08 2019

28mins

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Rank #18: The Wharton School's Jerry Wind on Sotheby's Going Private

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In this week's episode, we're joined by professor Jerry Wind, the Lauder Professor Emeritus and Professor of Marketing at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and co-author of Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts. First, we discuss the recent news of Sotheby's being purchased and transforming from a publicly traded auction house to a privately owned business. Jerry explains some of the ways being a public company may have been prohibitive for Sotheby's. Also, he shares how he envisions their business evolving. Further, Jerry tells us how Sotheby's and its rival Christie's may compete against each other now that both are private firms. Then, we discuss Jerry's new book, Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts and he identifies some of the most notable examples of when art played a role in resolving conflicts or building bridges among opposing groups.

Jul 24 2019

19mins

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Rank #19: Falcon Fine Art's Tim Hunter on the art financing space

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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we're joined by Dr Tim Hunter, vice president of Falcon Fine Art, an art financing firm. First, Tim walks us through how their clients obtain loans against their artworks. Then, he tells us about the type of collectors they target and the common reasons why they need capital from their artworks. Also, Tim explains how Falcon differentiates itself from competing art lenders and speculates on the future of the art financing space.

Aug 10 2017

11mins

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Rank #20: ART021's David Chau on the Chinese contemporary art market

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In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by David Chau, co-founder of ART021, a Shanghai contemporary art fair. First, David shares how exhibiting galleries and visiting collectors at the fair have evolved over the past 6 years. Then, he discusses different strategies employed by US and European galleries to target Chinese collectors. Also, David explains how US and European galleries without physical locations in China are having success there. Lastly, David identifies some of the common stereotypes that the global art world has about Chinese art collectors.

Feb 08 2019

20mins

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