Oliver Miro – Vortic

Oliver Miro – Vortic

26 December 2023

While in Miami for the fairs, our Adam Green had an opportunity to host a live podcast at Untitled Art during the opening hours of the fair. He was in conversation with Oliver Miro, who is from Victoria Miro Gallery and also is the founder of Vortic, an art led platform that aims to create a connected, collaborative conversation around immersive 3D, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) exhibitions from the world’s leading galleries and institutions. During the conversation, Adam chatted with Oliver about the Vortic platform, trends in how art is being consumed and shared digitally. as well as what the future may look like for exhibitions, art fairs and other events as a result of technological innovations.


Yue Minjun – Artist

20 August 2023

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we speak with artist Yue Minjun about the recent release of his first NFT, on LiveArt’s platform. First, Yue reveals why he decided to release an NFT. Then, he explains the differences in the process of making an NFT versus a more traditional artwork. Also, Yue shares why an important aspect of making an NFT was introducing his art to a younger generation of art collectors and enthusiasts. After, he gives his thoughts on the current NFT space and where he thinks it is headed in the future. Lastly, Yue answers if he will make more NFTs in the future.


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.

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.


Zachary Small – The New York Times

7 November 2022

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we speak with Zachary Small, reporter at The New York Times. First, Zachary identifies some of the major museums that are suddenly embracing NFTs and how they are doing so. Then, he elaborates on some of the reasons why we are suddenly seeing museums involved with this medium. Also, Zachary explains how the rise and fall of the NFT market has impacted how museums are working with digital artist as well as if museums finally providing a level of curatorial support may stabilize the market. Lastly, he speculates on what percentage of museums will embrace this medium over the next several years.

Simon de Pury – de PURY

14 July 2022

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast we speak with Simon de Pury, founder of de PURY, about the announcement of their new series of curated auctions in which artists receive the proceeds from the auction. First, Simon shares the concept behind this new auction series and how it came about. Then, he speculates why we are at a point now where artists are more inclined to embrace auctions after it being such a taboo arena for them for so many years. Also, Simon reflects on how long he has been contemplating artists’ exclusion from the auction process and how they can be more involved. After, he reveals what conversations were like with artists who wanted to participate and why some chose not to do so.


Edouard Gouin – Convelio

5 May 2022

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast we chat with Edouard Gouin, co-founder and CEO of Convelio, about the art shipping industry. First, Edouard tells us how Convelio fits within the art shipping landscape. Then, he details how they are innovating in an otherwise antiquated space. Also, Edouard identifies Covid and the war in Ukraine as the two primary reasons for substantially increased shipping costs over the past year. Further, he shares to what extent the art shipping industry is focused on shipping in a more environmentally friendly manner. Lastly, Edouard offers us some shipping advice and identifies some common mistakes to avoid.

Audrey Ou – TRLab

19 April 2022

In this week’s episode of the podcast, we’re joined by Audrey Ou, co-founder and CEO of TRLab, a creative production studio and NFT sale platform focused on fine art. First, Audrey tells us more about TRLab and how it fits into the NFT space. Then, she shares to what extent the NFT and traditional art spaces have already crossed over and how much potential there is for this in the future. Also, Audrey comments on the saturation of the nascent NFT industry and what it will take for products to succeed in the long-run. Lastly, she discusses the educational and curatorial void in the NFT world and how TRLab is trying to fill that.

Jamie Bennett and Jan Serwart – Larry’s List and NAMAC

21 January 2022

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Jamie Bennett, head of social media and partnerships at Larry’s List, an art market knowledge company, and Jan Serwart, founder of NAMAC, a quantitative art market research company, join us to discuss their Art Collector Instagram Attention Report. First, Jamie and Jan tell us why all of the interactions on Instagram between users is important information that can be extracted to provide insights on what is going on in the art market. Then, they explain how exactly they assessed how much attention artists were receiving on Instagram. After, Jamie and Jan reveal who were the top attention receiving artists in their report. Also, they shared some key differences in attention artists received by geography.