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Best Frieze podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Frieze podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The ArtTactic Podcast, the leading podcast on the art market, covers a wide range of topics from art investment to general topics about the global art market industry. Each episode features an in-depth interview with a key art market figure.
 
What About? is a podcast about ideas, words and magazines by WeTransfer Studios and magCulture. Magazines are built on stories, and every story starts off as a spark. This series looks at those sparks and the stories they become. Each episode features a short interview with the editor and a full reading of some of the world’s best magazine writing. WeTransfer is the easiest way to send big files around the world. Unleash your creative ideas.
 
A well-designed building is much more than the sum of its parts. That’s particularly true of the National Building Museum. The magnificient brick structure we occupy is not only our home; it’s also a case study of achievement in the building arts. Use this podcast to tour the Museum and learn more about its structure. Printed maps and supplements are available at the Museum’s information desk . Learn more about the Museum and where to find us in Washington, D.C. at http://www.nbm.org
 
On these video pages, the emphasis is on dynamic visual possibilities in active language systems --possibilities that arise from interactions and associations between sights, sounds, and textures, on multiple scales in multiple locations. These visual experiments in poetry are Video POAMS (products of acts of making) that explore what happens when the visual is allowed to extend beyond visible text, and when the page is not required to be paper (though it may still exist that way). The Limit ...
 
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In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Margaret Carrigan, deputy art market editor at The Art Newspaper, joins us to help recap and dissect the art fair week in LA, which included Frieze and Felix. First, Margaret identifies some of the major differences in the Los Angeles art fair week between this year and last year's inaugural edition.…
 
Paula Benson says she is “a nightmare to watch a film with.” That’s because she’s always pausing the screen to check the decor, ponder who designed the furnishings and where to get them. She turned that habit into the web site Filmandfurniture.com. At this year’s Modernism Week she told a rapt crowd about sleuthing to get the story behind, for exam…
 
Why Julia Louis-Dreyfus wanted to produce and co-star in "Downhill"; a guide to South Korean films now that "Parasite" has captured your imagination; "What The Constitution Means To Me" makes you think ; "Don't F--- With Cats" is true crime with a message....about true crime.By KPCC 89.3 | Southern California Public Radio
 
Adee Roberson moved to Los Angeles a few years ago. We talk about her connection with the city and its tradition of experimental black artists and spirituality. In the show she presents Awolowo Road, a wall piece made in Nigeria. To be more precise in Awolowo Road in Lagos. She describes her stay in the sprawling city, the feeling of becoming a par…
 
Color is the most relevant ingredient in Chelsea Boxwell’s work. She takes fondly about the similarities between house paint and shiny pink fabrics she finds around the warehouses in The L.A. Fashion District. Painting is an act, and she paints without a conception in mind. The concept of the painting comes after. Equally, the installation of her w…
 
We all see things differently, but Heather Day filters color in a particular way. Quite late in life she found out that she has synesthesia. She works intuitively, often pushing paint around and recalls an obsession with color from an early age. Over the years her studio and paintings have grown larger. From pastels on paper, via wider brushes on c…
 
Ladan Sedighi creates works that gives a sense of pleasure and excitement, inviting the audience to interact with their reflection in delightful shiny surfaces. Moving around the artwork feels like being inside of a piece of jewelry, the colors changing and expanding in correspondence with the light in the room. We speak about how California has in…
 
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Mills Moran, owner of Moran Moran and founder of Felix, which occurs Feb 13-16 at The Hollywood Roosevelt. First, Mills describes the uniqueness of Felix compared to a typical art fair, in particular being held in a hotel. Then, he shares some of the major changes coming to the fair i…
 
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Christina Binkley, a freelance journalist who writes about the business of culture, joins us to discuss the growing sneaker market and how and why major auction houses are targeting it. First, Christina reveals how big the sneaker market is at the moment and how collectors currently buy and sell snea…
 
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by Mike Steib, CEO of Artsy, the online platform for collecting and discovering art. Previously CEO of XO Group, the parent company of The Knot, Mike shares with us a few of the most surprising things he discovered about the art market and the online art space. Then, Mike reveals some in…
 
In this week's episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, we're joined by freelance journalist Deirdra Funcheon, who wrote an article in the Washington Post magazine detailing Purvis Young's career and the conflict surrounding his estate. First, Deirdra introduces us to Purvis' career and explains why he is considered an outsider artist. Then, she identifie…
 
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