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Friday, 22 May 2015 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, edtior at large of Art+Auction, joins us to recap last week's record-setting May Contemporary auctions in New York.  First, Judd focuses on the top end of the art market as he discusses the increasing presence of collectors from outside of the US and Europe who are trophy-hunting for blue chip artworks. Then, he compares this market boom to past heights, highlighting the significant differences in the makeup of today's marketplace. Lastly, Judd speculates why the younger artists that dominated headlines in recent auctions had a much smaller presence last week in New York.

  • Interviewee Judd Tully
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Auction Analysis, Market Commentary
  • Company Art+Auction
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Thursday, 12 March 2015 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Charlotte Burns, US News, Market and Business Editor at The Art Newspaper, returns to the podcast to recap Armory Week in New York City. In the recent past, the Armory Show began to take a backseat to some of the other art fairs in the world, but it has since made a resurgence as Charlotte explains its "quiet rehabilitation".  Then, Charlotte relays the type of art on view at the fair this year as well as what sold well. Also, she touches on the growing presence of Instagram within the art world and explains how different galleries and collectors are utilzing the platform. Finally, Charlotte tells us how confident the market remains despite some concern in the broader economy.

  • Interviewee Charlotte Burns
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Art Fairs, Market Commentary
  • Company The Art Newspaper
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Wednesday, 18 February 2015 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mary Lane, the Wall Street Journal's European art reporter, recaps last week's London Contemporary auctions with us. First, Mary shares how the market viewed the auctions and if they passed the first test of 2015. Then, she reveals to what extent the declining Euro impacted Europeans' activities in the sales as well as if non-European bidders utilized their stronger currencies. Also, with Gerhard Richter being the winner of the week, Mary summarizes his interesting market performance over the past two decades. Lastly, Mary answers if market participants are beginning to feel fatigue over the constantly rotation door of new, emerging artists to appear on the auction block.

  • Interviewee Mary Lane
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Auction Analysis, Market Commentary
  • Company The Wall Street Journal
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Tuesday, 10 February 2015 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, dealer, curator and writer Kenny Schachter returns to the studio to preview this week's Post-War and Contemporary auctions in London.  First, Kenny tells us how much buzz there is surrounding the upcoming sales, which will serve as the first market test in 2015. Then, he speculates the extent to which the falling Euro will impact not only who ends up buying art in these sales but also for the foreseeable future. Afterwards, Kenny breaks down artworks up for auction this week by Hurvin Anderson, Sterling Ruby, Gerhard Richter, Oscar Murillo, Ai Weiwei and Tauba Auerbach.

  • Interviewee Kenny Schachter
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Auction Analysis, Market Commentary
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Tuesday, 11 November 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, dealer, curator and writer Kenny Schachter joins us to preview this week's Contemporary auctions in New York. Kenny touches on topics including why the color red is so valuable in artworks, his interesting encounter with Oscar Murillo and the importance of quality gallery representation for young artists.  Also, Kenny previews specific lots in this week's sales, breaking down the works and predicting how they will do at auction, including works by: Julie Mehretu, Wade Guyton, Oscar Murillo, Christopher Wool, Jasper Johns, Gerhard Richter, Cy Twombly and Lucian Freud.

  • Interviewee Kenny Schachter
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Auction Analysis, Market Commentary
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Friday, 24 October 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Cristina Olteanu, CEO of Lavacow, the online auction house dedicated to emerging Eastern European art. First, Cristina tells us about Lavacow's unique online auction experience, in which users create avatars and personalize their participation in the sales. Then, she explains why they have focused on emerging Eastern European art as well as the potential for this sector of the market moving forward. Lastly, Cristina discusses some additional, fascinating features of their platform, including reduced buyer's premiums as well as shipping artworks directly from the consignor to the buyer.

  • Interviewee Cristina Olteanu
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Online Art Businesses, Online Art Markets
  • Company Lavacow
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Thursday, 23 October 2014 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Melanie Gerlis, art market editor at The Art Newspaper, joins us to recap Frieze week in London. First, Melanie discusses the plethora of galleries at this year's Frieze art fair who transformed their booths from the typical white wall spaces to unique settings to exhibit their artworks. Then, she touches on the art flipping phenomenon, specifically explaining the relationship between these buyers and galleries as well as how this dynamic has transformed as many emerging artists' values continue to rise. Lastly, Melanie shares some of her takeaways from the major contemporary auctions that occurred during Frieze week.

  • Year of Birth 1850
  • Nationality Afghan
  • Average Price Range ($) < $10,000
  • Market Confidence Low
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Sunday, 13 July 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mary Lane, European art market reporter for The Wall Street Journal, joins us to recap last week's London Post-War & Contemporary auctions. First, Mary identifies a trend in the marketplace that was manifested during the sales, in which collectors are more focused on acquiring artworks by younger, millenial artists, rather than lesser quality works by blue-chip artists, and explains why the marketplace reacted to this trend in a positive manner. Then, she discusses how artists, galleries, auction houses and collectors are responding to the recent phenomenon in which several born post-1980 artists are appearing at auction. Lastly, Mary details some of the major reasons why young artists are now appearing at auction at a rate far greater than in the past.    

  • Interviewee Mary Lane
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Auction Analysis, Market Commentary
  • Company The Wall Street Journal
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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Nazy Vassegh, CEO of Masterpiece London, joins us to recap this year's edition of the fair. First, Nazy tells us about the unique visitor experience at Masterpiece London as rather than focusing on a single artistic movement, the fair features a variety of objects, including art, antiques, design and jewellery. Then, she elaborates on the cross-collecting that occurs at the fair as a result of the plethora of artworks and objects available for sale. Also, Nazy highlights some of the noteworthy sales from the fair as well as which categires cumulatively performed well.

  • Interviewee Nazy Vassegh
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Art Fairs
  • Company Masterpiece London
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Friday, 27 June 2014 00:00

In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, art dealer, writer and curator, Kenny Schachter, returns to the podcast to preview the upcoming Post-War & Contemporary auctions in London. Specifically, Kenny shares his thoughts as well as his predictions for six lots upcoming at auction which are also featured in our ArtTactic Forecaster game, in which contestants play for free, predicting auction prices for artworks coming up for sale. Kenny examines and shares his prediction for Gerhard Richter's Abstraktes Bild (Lot 12) in Sotheby's Evening Sale, Christopher Wool's Untitled (Lot 32) in Christie's Evening Sale, Richard Prince's Untitled (Four Women With Hats) (Lot 75) in Christie's Evening Sale, David Ostrowski's F (Gee Vaucher) (Lot 1) in Phillips' Evening Sale, Wade Guyton's Untitled (Lot 5) in Phillips' Evening Sale and Lucien Smith's Boys Don't Cry (Lot 4) in Phillips' Evening Sale. Lastly, Kenny touches on the significant price differential for young artists in the primary market versus the secondary market and tells us if he were advising a client, when he would and when he wouldn't recommend bidding on artworks by these young artists at auction.  

  • Interviewee Kenny Schachter
  • Market/Sector US & Europe
  • Topic Auction Analysis, Market Commentary
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Wednesday, 04 June 2014 00:00

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Catherine Edelman, founder of Catherine Edelman Gallery, a prominent, Chicago-based photography gallery, joins us to recap a few recent photography fairs as well as discuss trends occurring in the broader photography market. First, Catherine gives us a sense of the pulse of the photography market at the moment based on her recent experiences exhibiting at the AIPAD photography show and Paris Photo LA. Then, she identifies some of the visual trends she has witnessed recently from contemporary photographers, most notably the mixing of mediums from younger photographers, specifically, photography with paintings, sculpture and video. Also, Catherine interestingly discusses what she calls the "Gursky Effect", in which the mainstream success and appeal of photographers such as Cindy Sherman, Andreas Gursky and Thomas Struth have had a positive impact on the broader photography market.

  • Interviewee Catherine Edelman
  • Market/Sector Photography
  • Topic Art Fairs, Market Commentary
  • Company Catherine Edelman Gallery
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