Anders Petterson – ArtForecaster

Anders Petterson – ArtForecaster

9 May 2017

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Anders Petterson, founder and managing director of ArtTactic, joins us to share some of the forecasts from ArtForecaster, ArtTactic’s forecasting game in which competitors predict what prices artworks will sell for at auction. First, Anders shares a brief overview of ArtForecaster and what motivates individuals to continue to participate in these art auction forecasting competitions. Then, Anders discusses four important artworks for sale in the May post-war and contemporary sales by Damien Hirst, Rudolf Stingel, Peter Doig and Mark Grotjahn as well as what forecasters believe they will sell for ahead of the auctions. Lastly, Anders provides us with some perspective on this auction season by comparing it to previous seasons.

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Anders Petterson – ArtTactic

29 January 2017
In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Anders Petterson

Anders Petterson | is founder and managing director of ArtTactic, speaks with us about ArtTactic’s inaugural edition of our South Asian Art Market Report. The report is now available to download for free. First, Anders provides us with some background on the report and why ArtTactic is launching its inaugural edition now. Then, he shares some of the key findings from the report.  Also, Anders tells us whats next in regard to ArtTactic research reports coming out in the near future.

Anders Petterson

Anders Petterson – ArtTactic

31 August 2016
In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast

Anders Petterson, founder of ArtTactic, joins us to discuss ArtTactic’s upcoming seminar. “How to Research Your Art Business Idea”. This is a 3-evening course occurring from September 12-14 in London.  Considering that we interview so many art entrepreneurs on the podcast, we thought you would enjoy hearing a preview of our seminar.  The course focuses on assisting art entrepreneurs with their business ideas.  First, Anders explains why ArtTactic is hosting the seminar at this time.  He cites the many ways in which the art industry is changing.  This includes the increasing entrepreneurship outside of the transaction based business models.  The increase in the industry’s size is addressed.  Equally the maturation of art as an asset class and the increasing development of technology, social media and e-commerce are addressed.  Then, Anders details what the course aims to achieve.   He also addresses what an aspiring or existing art entrepreneur can learn over the three evenings.


We have recently launched an online course based on this seminar series.

Richard Polsky

Richard Polsky – Richard Polsky Art Authentication

17 August 2016
In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast

Richard Polsky, author, dealer and founder of Richard Polsky Art Authentication returns to the podcast to update us on his authentication business as well as discuss some recent happenings in the art world.

Richard updates as to how the authentication service is going thus far.  It was launched last October and focused exclusively on authenticating Andy Warhol artworks.

Richard reveals that he has expanded his authentication business to include Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring.   He shares some of the key factors he considers when trying to authenticate their artworks.  Meanwhile, while the original authentication services for Warhol, Basquiat and Haring are now defunct he explores why in large part this is due to costly litigation.

Richard clarifies why he believes he will be able to avoid such costs. He also reveals to what extent he has communicated with these respective artists’ estates regarding his authentication business.

Lastly, Richard shares his thoughts on the current state of the art market. Finally, Anders reacts to the breaking news regarding Alec Baldwin, Mary Boone and Ross Bleckner.

ArtTactic Forecaster Tutorial

24 October 2014

Welcome to ArtTactic Forecaster – a new addictive art world competition. ArtTactic Forecaster is an auction quiz game that earns you points and player rankings based on the accuracy of your predictions for art coming up for sale in ‘live’ auctions. Join a rapidly growing global community of players, consisting of art professionals, collectors, art enthusiasts and students. In the next few minutes I will take you through some of the key features of the game.

ArtTactic visits Frieze Art Fair

16 October 2012

In this video episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we visit the Frieze Art Fair and explore both the inaugural Frieze Masters as well as Frieze Art Fair. While US and European based galleries represented 40% of the exhibitors present at Frieze Art Fair this year, galleries from emerging art markets continued to have an increasingly significant presence at the fair.  We spoke with the directors of three galleries focused on contemporary art from emerging contemporary art markets to get their perspectives on how their respective markets are performing: Russia with Mike Ovcharenko of Regina Gallery, United Arab Emirates with Laila Binbrek of The Third Line and India with Mortimer Chatterjee of Chatterjee & Lal Gallery.


This video edition is presented by Petya Kukularova.

US and Europe Art Market Confidence Survey – June 2012 Video Preview

28 June 2012

In this video episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we preview our June 2012 US and Europe Art Market Confidence Survey. The overall Contemporary Art Market Confidence Indicator came in at 48 down from 56, a decrease of 8.6% since January 2012. The latest results from the ArtTactic US & European Art Market Confidence survey this month show that respondents continue to feel confident about the post-war and contemporary art market, although the economic crisis in Europe and slowing Asian economies have started to weigh in negatively on the general art market sentiment.

Chinese Art Market Confidence Survey – May 2012 Video Preview

18 May 2012

In this video episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we preview our May 2012 Chinese Art Market Confidence Survey. Confidence in the Chinese Contemporary art market drops 6% as market growth comes off the boil. The confidence in the Chinese Contemporary art market has been increasing since ArtTactic launched its first Chinese survey in February 2009. However, recent findings could suggest that the market is slowing down after 3 years of rapid growth.

Indian Art Market Confidence Survey – May 2012 Video Preview

16 May 2012

In this video episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we preview our May 2012 Indian Art Market Confidence Survey. The overall ArtTactic Indian Art Market Confidence Indicator is marginally down by 2% from October 2011. The confidence in the Indian economy has increased from 28 to 45, off-setting a 9% decrease in confidence for the Modern Indian art market, and a 24% drop for the Contemporary Indian market.