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Sunday, 16 February 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Marc Masurovsky, historian and co-founder of the Holocaust Art Restitution Project, returns to the podcast to share his insight on the infamous Gurlitt Nazi looted case developing in Germany and Austria. First, Marc shares his initial reaction to the story as well as what he has heard in regard to the latest developments on this story. Then, given the intense scrutiny Germany has come under for the handling of this investigation, Marc explains how this public spotlight will eventually lead to positive developments in the future for restitution cases. Also, Marc puts the Gurlitt incident in perspective with other restitution cases over the past few decades, claiming it is one of the most significant cases in recent history.

  • Interviewee Marc Masurovsky
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Market Commentary
  • Company Holocaust Art Restitution Project
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Monday, 23 December 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Sean Moriarty, CEO of Saatchi Online, one of the largest online art sites. First, Sean talks about the online model Saatchi Online utilizes and how it differentiates itself from the other players in the increasingly popular online art marketplace. Also, he touches on how things are progressing thus far with their  new art advisory service available to their online clients willing to spend a minimum of only $2,500 of art on their site. Lastly, Sean identifies a few key obstacles that still remain for the online art market in order for it to reach its full potential.

  • Interviewee Sean Moriarty
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses, Online Art Markets
  • Company Saatchi Online
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Friday, 13 December 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Patrick van der Vorst, founder of valuemystuff.com, joins us to talk about his online appraisal company. First, Patrick walks us through the simple process of having your work valued online by one of their many specialists. After having spent several years at Sotheby's, Patrick drew on his experiences at the auction house to realize there is substantial demand for online appraisals, with valuemystuff.com averaging between 200-300 appraisals per day. Also, he touches on his client base and how it differs from that of an auction house, while also alerting us to some of their new services they offer their customers beyond simply appraisals. 

  • Interviewee Patrick van der Vorst
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses
  • Company Value My Stuff
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Saturday, 09 November 2013 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're here with, Christiane Herzhauser, senior vice president of corporate communications at Auctionata, the online auction house. First, Christiane talks about what differentiates Auctionata, an exclusively online auction house, from the other key players in the online art marketplace. Then, she tells us about the Egon Schiele watercolor sold at Auctionata this summer for an online record 1.8 mil Euros and explains why moving forward they will be able to successfully convince sellers of high-value lots to sell with Auctionata instead of a more traditional auction house. Christiane also touches on the diverse group of bidders they have been able to attract and previews Auctionata's major auctions remaining this year.

  • Interviewee Christiane Herzhauser
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses, Online Art Markets
  • Company Auctionata
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Sunday, 27 October 2013 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mark Rappolt, editor of ArtReview, joins us to discuss their recently released Art World Power 100 rankings for 2013. First, Mark reveals that Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, the head of the Qatar Museums Authority, own this year's top spot and explains why she is worthy of this ranking. From a broader perspective, Mark identifies the most noticeable power shift within the art world reflected in his rankings. Also, he touches on some of the notable new entrants to this year's list and details the increasing presence of non-US and European figures on the list.

  • Interviewee Mark Rappolt
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Art Research, Market Commentary
  • Company ArtReview
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Wednesday, 25 September 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Alvaro Portela, founder and CEO of Triitme, an online design store and magazine.  First, Alvaro tells us about Triitme and what the word design means to him. Then, he discusses the surge in recent interest in design as well as the expansion of the online design market. Also, Alvaro touches on the crossover between design and art collectors.

  • Interviewee Alvaro Portela
  • Market/Sector Design
  • Topic Online Art Markets
  • Company Triitme
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Sunday, 15 September 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, attorney Pierre Valentin speaks with us about several of the legal components of art financing. First, Pierre breaks down the current state of the industry, detailing the different types of lenders in the US & Europe. Then, he lists some of the obstacles Asia faces as art financing begins to expand in this region. Also, Pierre touches on what due diligence is standard for lenders and touches on some of the key differences between art lending in the US and Europe.    

  • Interviewee Pierre Valentin
  • Market/Sector Art Finance
  • Topic Art Lending
  • Company Constantine Cannon
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Friday, 06 September 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Ted Ferer, director of the Artist Rights Society, returns to the podcast to update us on implementing resale royalties for artists in the US. Ted updates us on two interesting developments occurring within the US, one focused on the constitutionality of California's Resale Royalty Act and the other is on the possibility of introducing a resale royalty on a federal level, throughout the US. Then, he discusses the impact advances in social media and technology have had on artists and their rights on their artworks. Lastly, Ted takes us behind the scenes detailing some of the components that go into ad campaigns when they utilize artists' artworks.

  • Interviewee Ted Feder
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Collection Management, Market Commentary
  • Company Artist Rights Society
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Saturday, 10 August 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Moti Shniberg, co-founder and chairman of the Artist Pension Trust, joins us to discuss the news that the trust will shortly begin selling some of their artworks for the first time. Moti provides us with details as to how the selling will occur as well as the motivation behind deciding to initiate letting go of some of the works in the trust. Also, he dissects the current environment in the art world that makes it so challenging for artists to realize long-term financial security.

  • Interviewee Moti Shniberg
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Art Investment
  • Company Artist Pension Trust
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Friday, 02 August 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with, Henrik Kanekrans, founder of Artworks, a Swedish-based business that focuses on the intersection between the arts and business from around the world. First, Henrik tells us about his recently launched quarterly publication, "Artworks", focused on the relationship between art and business in Nordic Countries. Also, he describes how different this relationship is versus in the United States and the United Kingdom. Henrick then describes the current art scene in Scandinavia and how much it has developed over the past five years. Lastly, shares his efforts focused on the concept of developing the position of chief arts officer at businesses in Sweden.

  • Interviewee Henrik Kanekrans
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Art Research, Market Commentary
  • Company Artworks
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Thursday, 11 July 2013 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Bernadine Bröcker, director of Vastari, an online platform focused on optimizing communcation between collectors and curators/museums. First, Bernadine discusses a current art world dilemma, in which museums have difficulty locating artworks for upcoming exhibitions, while collectors also have no medium to make their artworks available to museums for shows. Then, she discusses the process in which collectors can upload their works onto the site, how museum curators peruse artworks on the online platform and ultimately how these two can connect. Also, Bernadine tells us how both museum curators and collectors have responded thus far to Vastari.

  • Interviewee Bernadine Brocker
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Collection Management, Online Art Businesses
  • Company Vastari
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