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Monday, 06 July 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Elizabeth Glassman, CEO of the Terra Foundation for American art, a foundation dedicated to supporting the study and presentation of historical American art worldwide. First, Elizabeth shares with us the history of the foundation and details some of the activities it does to promote American art. Then, she describes the increasing interest for American art outside of the United States. Also, Elizabeth gives us her thoughts on the rising number of private art foundations and offers some advice to them as the CEO of an existing one.

  • Interviewee Elizabeth Glassman
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Collection Management
  • Company Terra Foundation
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Wednesday, 03 June 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by fine artist Robert Williams, widely considered the godfather of the low brow and pop surrealist art movement. First, Robert takes us through his career as an artist considered to be an outsider to the art establishment, beginning in art school as one of the only students who didn't want to paint in abstract expressionism style to his first gallery show at Tony Shafrazi Gallery.  Then, Robert tells us what is was like when he first achieved commercial success as an artist and how he maintained his creative and artistic integrity throughout that process. Lastly, Robert shares some advice for aspiring fine artists.    

  • Interviewee Robert Williams
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Market Commentary
  • Company Fine Artist
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Saturday, 30 May 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Exhibition A's founder, Bill Powers, and director, Olivia Smith, join us in a three-way podcast to talk about Exhibition A, an online platform that sells exclusive limited editions of artworks by prominent contemporary artists such as Joe Bradley, Nate Lowman, Chris Succo and others. First, Bill talks about his motivation to launch an art eCommerce site that actually works directly with the artists. Then, Olivia walks us through the process, from beginning to end, of getting an artist to create a print exclusively for the site. Also, we ask Bill if he is targeting and attracting a certain type of collector by offering low price points for works by artists who are extremely in demand. Lastly, Olivia shares how Instagram has helped Exhibition A as they have grown and become a more popular site.

  • Interviewee Olivia Smith & Bill Powers
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses, Online Art Markets
  • Company Exhibition A
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Friday, 08 May 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Sophie Macpherson, founder of Sophie Macpherson Ltd, the leading recruitment agency for jobs in the global art market, returns to the podcast. First, Sophie tells us about a new component of her business, helping galleries locate new properties in London for their art spaces. Then, she reveals some trends in property within London, including if galleries are moving into larger, oversized spaces or downsizing to more intimate locations as well as what areas in London are attracting emerging galleries.  Lastly, Sophie discusses some of the most fascinating trends in the art jobs market over the past year or two.

  • Interviewee Sophie Macpherson
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Market Commentary
  • Company Sophie Macpherson - Sophie Macpherson Ltd
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Wednesday, 01 April 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Annika Erikson, founder and CEO of Articheck, a digital platform for condition reports. First, Annika talks about the antiquated condition report process that presently exists within the art world. Then, she discusses how Articheck significantly expedites the time in which it takes to generate a condition report for an artwork. Also, Annika explains why her growing client base includes not only museums but also art galleries, collectors and auction houses.

  • Interviewee Annika Erikson
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses
  • Company Articheck
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Thursday, 26 March 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we speak with Adam Fields, founder of the recently launched Arta, an online fine art shipping marketplace. With the globalization of the art market as well as so many new participants joining the marketplace, shipping has become an increasingly important component of the art market and Adam explains how Arta fits in. Then, Adam explains how users can utilize the platform to generate multiple shipping quotes in an Expedia-like experience. Also, he shares with us what it was like pitching the concept to traditional art shippers and how receptive they are to this new technology. 

  • Interviewee Adam Fields
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses
  • Company Arta
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Tuesday, 17 March 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we're joined by prominent art collector Jordan Schnitzer. The Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation loans artworks from its permanent collection to museums around the country and some of his iconic contemporary prints will be on display in an upcoming exhibition titled "Andy Warhol to Kara Walker: Picturing the Iconic" at the Art Museum of Sonoma County from April 12th to May 25th. In the podcast, Jordan first shares with us why he's so committed to sharing prints from his collection with other museums and institutions. Then, he tells us to what extent he has witnessed recent technologies impacting printmaking and if it has factored into the proliferation of contemporary art prints. Also, Jordan compares the current state of the contemporary print market to where it was when he first began collecting and explains why the print market is a great area to focus on for beginning collectors.  

  • Interviewee Jordan Schnitzer
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
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Sunday, 22 February 2015 00:00

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Chris Marinello, CEO of Art Recovery Group, joins us to discuss the fascinating topic of art theft.  First, Chris walks us through how Art Recovery can help an individual or group who has had an artwork stolen, from searching the marketplace to try to locate the work to negotiating a resolution based on the strength of the claim. Then, he speculates if art thefts are occurring more or less frequently than in previous decades. Lastly, Chris tells us about their newly developed database, Art Claim, and how the art world can utilize it to do due diligence to make sure there are no title issues before acquiring an artwork.

  • Interviewee Chris Marinello
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Art Research
  • Company Art Recovery Group
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Tuesday, 27 January 2015 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Bernadine Brocker, CEO of Vastari, returns to the podcast to update us on the growth of her company, focused on connecting collectors and museum curators for exhibitions. First, Bernadine shares some of the most recent success stories in which she was able to connect collectors and museum curators with an artwork ending up in a museum show. Then, she discusses how the company has grown since we originally had her on the podcast a few years ago, including the introduction of a new product enabling museums to more easily communicate regarding potential multi-location museum shows.  Lastly, Bernadine identifies some of the challenges the three-year old company faces moving forward.



  • Interviewee Bernadine Brocker
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Collection Management, Online Art Businesses
  • Company Vastari
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Wednesday, 14 January 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Pierre Naquin, founder of A&F Markets and editor of the new book, Art and Taxation for the Global Collector, joins us to talk about his new book. First, Pierre discusses some of the key differences in taxes related to art held in different, prominent countries in the world. Then, he touches on a number of key topics related to taxes and the art market, including why collectors and art professionals are finalliy utilizing freeports to a great extent as well as which countries impose the most and the least taxes on art collectors.

  • Interviewee Pierre Naquin
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Company A&F Markets
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Wednesday, 26 November 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mark Lurie, founder and CEO of Lofty, an online art marketplace, joins us to talk about the company as well as the broader art e-commerce industry. First, Mark explains how Lofty works and why it is focused on the middle of the art market, between $500-$50,000, "the most underserved part of the market". Then, he tells us why he believes not only is the online art marketplace not crowded, but it is in fact the least crowded ecommerce category on the internet. Lastly, Mark talks about his experiences in raising capital for Lofty and elaborates on how investors view the online art market.

  • Interviewee Mark Lurie
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses, Online Art Markets
  • Company Lofty
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