Jeff Lawson – Untitled Art

Jeff Lawson – Untitled Art

26 November 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Jeff Lawson, founder of Untitled Art, ahead of their annual Miami fair. First, Jeff tells us about when he established Untitled Art and shares how much the Miami art scene has changed since then. After, he discusses how Untitled fits into the Miami art fair ecosystem. Also, Jeff speculates why there has been a surge of interest in emerging artists over the last few years. Additionally, he reveals how the fair’s exhibitors are feeling heading into the final test of the art market in 2023. Jeff also responds to NADA Miami changing the starting date of their fair this year to the same day as Untitled. Lastly, he previews this year’s iteration of Untitled.


Nicole Berry – The Armory Show

5 September 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we preview The Armory Show with its executive director, Nicole Berry. First, Nicole discusses the fair’s recent move from the piers to the Javits Center and how it has impacted the fair experience. Then, she explains how another major change, moving the fair to September to coincide with the fall art world opening, has also benefitted the fair. Also, Nicole shares how exhibiting galleries are feeling about the art market as we head into the fair. Lastly, Nicole reacts to the major news of Frieze Art Fair acquiring The Armory Show.


Suzanne Siano – Modern Art Conservation

27 July 2023

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we chat with Suzanne Siano, founder of Modern Art Conservation, a New York art conservation studio. First, Suzanne identifies some of the primary services she offers her clients. Then, she discusses how COVID-19 impacted the art conservation industry. Also, she explains how technological innovation is being implemented into conservation techniques. After, she offers advice to collectors regarding the most common mistakes collectors make that can lead to conservation issues. Lastly, she shares some tips for artists to ensure their artworks don’t produce conservation issues for their collectors down the road.


Panel Discussion on Examining the Digital Revolution of the Art World

10 July 2023

In this week’s special episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we share a recording of a recent panel discussion in collaboration with Cultural Communications,  moderated by our founder, Anders Petterson, titled Luxury Insights: What’s hot and what’s not on the blockchain? Examining the digital revolution of the art world, and beyond. The panelists included Claudia Schurch (Christie’s), Sian Rodway (MDR x Tech), Bernadine Bröcker Wieder (Arcual), Alex Estorick (Right Click Save).


Harold Eytan – Particle

9 June 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we’re joined by Harold Eytan, CEO of Particle, a fractional ownership fine art company. First, Harold explains what Particle is and how the idea was conceived. Then, he walks us through how a customer buys artwork on their platform. After, Harold discusses how Particle distinguishes itself from other fractional ownership companies. Additionally, he identifies Particle’s target audience and answers if they don’t mind not physically living with the artwork they partly own. Later, Harold reveals the voting system utilized by owners to decide if and when artworks are sold. Lastly, he shares more details about their upcoming release of an H.R. Giger sculpture.

Rosie Allan – Sophie Macpherson Ltd

3 May 2023

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Rosie Allan, managing director of Sophie Macpherson Ltd, to recap their brand new SML Art Market Salary Report, focused on the job market in the art world. First, Rosie shares why they produced the report as well as some of its key findings. Then, she identifies some of the ways increased wage transparency may impact the art market. After, Rosie reveals how the job market is performing considering both the broader economic uncertainty as well as substantial gallery expansion over the past few years.

Natasha Degen – Fashion Institute of Technology

26 April 2023

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Natasha Degen, chair of art market studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology and author of the new book, Merchants of Style: Art and Fashion After Warhol. First, Natasha tells us about her new book and what prompted her to want to explore this topic in detail. Then, she shares with us the history of artists embracing fashion and the fashion industry. Also, Natasha identifies some of the most common types of artist collaborations with fashion brands. After, she reveals why luxury brands are so eager to align themselves with contemporary art. Additionally, Natasha explains why the Met Gala has become such an important event in the fashion world. Lastly, she speculates why so many luxury brand flagships are designed by architects who first made their name in the art world.

Nina Plowman and Charlotte Heath-Bullock – Cultural Comms

19 April 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we chat with Nina Plowman and Charlotte Heath-Bullock, co-founders of Cultural Comms, an award winning PR firm based in London focused on the art world and other cultural sectors. First, we discuss what a PR firm does within the art world. And then, Nina and Charlotte explain how the art world is unique, from a PR perspective, compared to other more mainstream industries. Also, they identify trends in the PR space that are impacting how brands are communicating their messages to clients. After, Nina and Charlotte reveal some of the art world topics that are on their clients’ minds. And lastly, they discuss the Luxury Insights Report: Blockchain, NFTs and the Future of Collectibles that they published with ArtTactic.


James Cope – AND NOW

13 March 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we’re joined by James Cope, owner of AND NOW, a contemporary art gallery based in Dallas, Texas, and founder of the Dallas Invitational, a brand new art fair launching next month in Dallas. First, James tells us how the idea originated to establish a fair in Dallas. Then, he explains what visitor can expect at the inaugural edition located in the Fairmont Hotel. Also, James discusses the mix of galleries he invited to participate in the inaugural fair and why he landed on these galleries. After, James details some of the main reasons for the increasing buzz about Dallas’ art scene. Lastly, James lets us know if he is thinking about expanding the size of the fair next year.

Tim Schneider – Artnet News

2 March 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Tim Schneider, art business editor at Artnet News and author of The Gray Market, joins us to discuss ChatGPT’s impact on the art world. First, Tim explains what ChatGPT is, how it works and how one uses it. Then, he shares some examples of how ChatGPT today can easily be implemented within the art world. Also, Tim reveals how artists may leverage ChatGPT to enhance their careers. After, he states what the art world’s response has been thus far. Lastly, he predicts the extent to which the art world will embrace ChatGPT over the next several years.