Mary McCauley – The Baltimore Sun

Mary McCauley ArtTactic Podcast

Mary McCauley – The Baltimore Sun

16 November 2020

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mary McCauley, arts report for The Baltimore Sun, joins us to discuss the Baltimore Museum of Art’s controversial attempt to deaccession three paintings from the museum’s permanent collection. First, Mary tells us about the paintings by Andy Warhol, Brice Marden and Clyfford Still and their history with the museum’s collection. Then, she reveals what the museum’s motivation was to sell the paintings and why they ultimately decided against it. Also, she speculates why the museum received such intense scrutiny while other museums haven’t. Lastly, Mary tells us how the residents of Baltimore felt about the museum’s controversial decision.

UBS art collection

Stephen McCoubrey and Johan Jervoe – UBS

14 January 2016
In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Stephen McCoubrey, Curator for the UBS art collection, and Johan Jervoe, group chief marketing officer at UBS

First, Stephen McCoubrey and Johan Jervoe discuss UBS’ strategy as to what and how they acquire artworks for the UBS Art Collection. Then, they reveal the extent of the relationship between UBS employees and the company’s art collection. Also, Stephen and Johan share some of the major benefits of UBS sponsoring Art Basel. Lastly, they explain the motivation behind their recent commissioned photographs by Annie Leibovitz.

Jordan Schnitzer – Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation

17 March 2015

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.