Anne Bruder – Anne Bruder Art

22 February 2018

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Anne Bruder, founder of Anne Bruder Art, a New York-based art advisory firm specializing in contemporary art. First, Anne shares with us how she helps new collectors figure out what kind of art they like and want to have in their collections. Then, she reveals how often her clients consider the investment component of a potential acquisition and what advise she gives her clients who ask about art as an investment. Also, Anne explains the best strategy for collectors who are trying to get in the front of a gallery waiting list for a hot artist. Lastly, Anne lists some emerging artists she’s currently excited about and advising her clients to consider for their collections.


Anders Petterson – ArtTactic

7 February 2018

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Anders Petterson, founder and CEO of ArtTactic, joins us to share his insights on the art market in 2018 from ArtTactic’s brand new report, Global Art Market Outlook 2018. First, Anders recaps the performance of the art market in 2017. Then, he describes the overall sentiment in the art market as we enter 2018 and how it varies based on price point. Also, he reveals how sentiment differs for the different major regions in the global art market.


Asher Edelman – Artemus

25 January 2018

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we’re joined by Asher Edelman, a founding member and CEO of Artemus, an art financing and leasing company. First, Asher explains the concept of their sale-leaseback program and how it works. Then, he shares some compelling reasons as to why it’s a preferable route for individuals over simply obtaining loans against your artworks. Also, Asher discusses the current landscape of the art financing space, including where Artemus sits relative to their competitors. Lastly, Asher speculates where the art market may be heading in 2018.


Georgina Adam – Dark Side of the Boom: The Excesses of the Art Market in the 21st Century

17 January 2018

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Georgina Adam, contributor at the Financial Times and art market editor-at-large of The Art Newspaper, joins us to chat about some of the key topics in her brand new book, Dark Side of the Boom: The Excesses of the Art Market in the 21st Century. First, Georgina identifies how prevalent certain shady aspects of the art market are, such as fakes, tax avoidance, money laundering, etc. Then, she discusses the secretive nature of freeports and what it was like to walk through Le Freeport in Luxembourg. Also, Georgina dissects the greatest example of speculation during the last boom, the Zombie Formalist movement, and where the artists, galleries and collectors are today. Lastly, Georgina reveals the most interesting legal dispute in the art market today and she tells us to what extent greater regulation should be introduced in the marketplace.


Mary Buschman – ARIS Title Insurance

9 January 2018

In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mary Buschman, president of ARIS Title Insurance, joins us to discuss the growing art title insurance space. First, Mary explains what art title insurance is and why it’s important to purchase it. Then, Mary walks us through what typically occurs if someone else claims to own the title of an artwork you own. Also, she tells us how art title insurance would have played a factor in some of the recent cases in which dealers deceived clients by selling an artwork to multiple people. Finally, Mary discusses how the globalization of the art market has increased art title risk and shares with us trends regarding the rate at which art title insurance is being purchased by collectors.


Judd Tully

23 December 2017

In this week’s special end of the year episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, veteran art market reporter, joins us to reflect on some of the major events in the art market over the past year. First, Judd identifies some of the top moments from 2017, including the $450 million da Vinci sale at Christie’s, the increasing role of guarantees at auctions and the rise of Phillips auction house. Then, he declares some of the artists who were the biggest winners in 2017, such as Wolfgang Tillmans, Peter Doig, Mark Grotjahn and Sigmar Polke. Also, Judd tells us what aspects of the art market he will be following closely next year as well as sharing his bold prediction for the art market in 2018.


Nate Freeman – ARTnews

16 December 2017

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Nate Freeman, senior staff writer at ARTnews, joins us to recap Art Basel Miami Beach. First, Nate shares with us some of the most common activities on people’s Miami agendas this year including museums, fairs, galleries and parties. Then, Nate tells us what the consensus was on the fair this year and how it compared to previous editions. Also, he reveals the most talked about booths at Art Basel this year as well as how much political themed art was on display. Lastly, Nate tells us which artists were spotted at the fair, ranging from an artist selling their own art in their gallery’s booth to an artist who hid in their hotel room for 48 hours straight.


Ksenia Podoynitsyna – InArt

8 December 2017

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Ksenia Podoynitsyna, founder of InArt, specializing in the analytics of the Russian contemporary art market. First, Ksenia recaps the performance of the Russian contemporary art market over the past decade and where it stands today. Then, Ksenia shares the impact of sanctions against Russia and more broadly political tensions between Russia and other countries on the Russian contemporary art market. Lastly, she identifies some of the key analytics that suggest that the Russian contemporary art market is rebounding.


ArtReview – Mark Rappolt

29 November 2017

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Mark Rappolt, editor-in-chief of ArtReview, joins us to review their annual Power 100 list, a guide to the 100 most powerful figures in contemporary art. First, Mark reveals Hito Steyerl, Pierre Huyghe and Donna Haraway as the top 3 on this year’s list and details why they are worthy of that ranking. Then, Mark identifies Gavin Brown as the gallery that surged the most in terms of influence over the past year. Also, he explains why artists have the most momentum at the moment in terms of increasing influence and he shares the extent to which Instagram is a factor in shaping the standing of certain individuals in the contemporary art world.


Katya Kazakina – Bloomberg News

22 November 2017

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Katya Kazakina, art market reporter for Bloomberg News, joins us to recap last week’s major auctions in New York. First, Katya dissects the sale of Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi, which sold for $450 million at Christie’s, including expectations leading up to the sale and certain critics calling into question the authenticity of the artwork, and then what it was like to be in the auction room during the sale of the work as well as art market insiders’ initial responses to the sale. Then, Katya identifies several reasons why the market is feeling optimistic after the buoyant auctions, including the increased presence of Asian collectors participating in the sales. Also, she discusses that while abstract art created by emerging artists performed very well over the past few years at auction, we are seeing an increasing number of figurative artworks by emerging artists doing well at auction, including Shara Hughes, Kon Trubkovich, Katherine Bernhardt, Lesley Vance and Nicole Eisenman.