John Wiley – Hagerty

John Wiley – Hagerty

30 August 2022

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, John Wiley, manager of valuation analytics at Hagerty, an American automotive lifestyle and membership company, helps us recap the record setting Monterey classic car auctions. First, John shares if the record shattering $469 million auctions was a surprising result. Then, he reveals who is fueling this robust market at these price levels. Additionally, John identifies some of the most noteworthy results, some surprises and potential areas of weakness in the market moving forward.

Adam Green and Anders Petterson – Mailbag Podcast Episode

2 August 2022

In this week’s special mailbag podcast episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, ArtTactic’s Adam Green and Anders Petterson answer questions from listeners focused on the art market’s surge during the pandemic, what happens during a recession, the rise and fall of NFTs, fractional ownership and more.

Richard Polsky – Richard Polsky Art Authentication

28 April 2022

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Richard Polsky, author, dealer and founder of Richard Polsky Art Authentication as he helps us preview Andy Warhol’s Shot Sage Blue Marilyn which is up for auction at Christie’s with a $200 million pre-sale estimate. First, Richard explains why the Marilyn Monroe 40 inch portrait is so important not only in Warhol’s practice but also in Post-War Art in general. Then, he shares the story behind how it became known as a “Shot” painting. Also, Richard identifies some potential buyers of this masterpiece. After, he gives us more details on the seller of the painting and lastly Richard predicts what it will ultimately sell for at auction.

Jamie Yu – Poly Auction

9 December 2021

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Jamie Yu, head of modern and contemporary art at Poly Auction, the leading auction house in China, to chat about the Chinese art market. First, Jamie tells us a little bit about Poly Auction and how it fits within the Chinese art market. Then, she identifies some of the most significant ways the Chinese art market has evolved over the past decade. Also, Jamie touches on Chinese art collectors pursuing emerging artists, especially at auction. Further, Jamie touches on social media, private museums and foundations, and some of the misconceptions about the Chinese art market.

 

Judd Tully – Independent Arts Journalist

24 November 2021

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, independent arts journalist, helps us recap the major November contemporary auctions. First, Judd tells us about how the Macklowe sale, that earned almost $700 million, came to be and how the provenance impacted the sales results. Then, he compares the strength of the current contemporary art market to previous periods. Also, Judd tells us if insiders had positive feelings following the sales or if there is concern of a looming bubble.

Chris Ivy – Heritage Auctions

13 August 2021

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Chris Ivy, director of sports collectibles at Heritage Auctions, about the surging sports collectibles market. First, Chris tells us what items fall into the sports collectibles category. Then, he explains why the market fell in popularity after the proliferation of the internet and why it is experience a resurgence. Also, Chris reveals why sports grading services adds much needed liquidity to the sports cards market. Further, he shares how NFTs have infiltrated the sports collectibles market. Lastly, Chris identifies a few exciting items featured in an ongoing auction at Heritage.

Kelly Crow – The Wall Street Journal

22 July 2021

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast we chat with Kelly Crow, art market reporter for The Wall Street Journal, about how the art world is coming out of the pandemic. First, Kelly discusses shifts in tastes for certain contemporary artists and types of artworks during the pandemic. Then, she touches on the softening of several established artists including Jeff Koons. Additionally, Kelly reveals to what extent the mainstream art world is embracing NFTs. Finally, Kelly tells us how the auction market is doing relative to before and during the pandemic as well as how much Asian millennial buyers have to do with it.

Behind The Report: NextGen Artist Monitor Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

30 January 2021

In this edition of Behind The Report, Adam Green previews our NextGen Artist Monitor report on Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, in which we take a look at different aspects of her market and career including her lengthy institutional support as well as her market.

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