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Jason Bailey is the founder of Artnome.com which is one of the best information source on art and technology. Artnome is the ultimate destination to understand the art world and the art market when they are associated with the words digital, data, blockchain, crypto, generative and artificial intelligence. In this first part, Jason will walk us through these notions to understand AI Art, Generative Art and Crypto Art. https://www.artnome.com/ (https://www.artnome.com/) https://www.instagram.com/artnome/ (https://www.instagram.com/artnome/) Jason’s article - Can Machine Learning Predict the Price of Art at Auction? : https://hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/1vdc2z91/release/1 (https://hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/1vdc2z91/release/1) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) Recorded on May 10th 2020 #JasonBailey #Art #ArtGoesOn
Paul Becker is an Australian entrepreneur, CEO and founder of Art Money, a FinTech startup that empowers people to buy art over time and interest free. This startup recently closed a successful series A funding round that will help its global expansion. Art Money’s buy now, pay later service had a double digit growth in sales in 2020 ; Paul Becker will explain how and why. You will learn about cultural differences regarding money, and the future of art purchase in a post Covid era. Paul Becker : https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-becker-3823b512/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-becker-3823b512/)  https://twitter.com/_Paul_Becker_ (https://twitter.com/_Paul_Becker_)  Art Money : https://www.artmoney.com/ (https://www.artmoney.com/)  Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform :https://linktr.ee/artgoeson ( https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests!https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson ( https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) Watch artists interviews on our Youtube Channel : http://bit.ly/2h7qx0P (http://bit.ly/2h7qx0P) #PaulBecker #ArtMoney #ArtGoesON
Tyler Green is an American art critic, historian and writer. He hosts one of the most popular art podcast in USA and beyond, The Modern Art notes, where he receives since 2011 some of the best artists, critics and historians. Nearly cumulating 500 hundred episodes he shares his incredible experience and knowledge on art in America, American museums and the value of writing on art today. Tyler Green : https://tylergreenbooks.com/ (https://tylergreenbooks.com/)  The Modern Art Notes : https://manpodcast.com/ (https://manpodcast.com/)  Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform :https://linktr.ee/artgoeson ( https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests!https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson ( https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson)
At the crossroads of the East and the West, Rithika Merchant’s work reflects her journey as a global citizen. After growing up in Bombay, she left to study in New York and graduated from Parsons in 2008. Her work is inspired by Indian tribal art and miniature Mogul paintings especially by the way these different fragments are woven to form a complete picture. In her work, she uses these old narratives in a more contemporary context. Nature also plays a central role in Merchant’s work, which is emphasized by the use of organic and unsaturated color forms. She uses watercolour and collage, is inspired by botanical drawings and popular art of the seventeenth century, while using iconic symbols and images of different cultures, to try to understand the diaspora, and memory. In this episode we will talk about her lockdown in India far from her husband and home in Barcelona. You will learn about her process and how she collaborated with Natacha Ramsay to design a range of clothes and accessories for the fashion brand Chloé. Rithika Merchant : http://www.rithikamerchant.com/ (http://www.rithikamerchant.com/)  Rithika Merchant on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/rithikamerchant/ (https://www.instagram.com/rithikamerchant/)   Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson)  and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson)   https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/RithikaMerchant/ (#RithikaMerchant) https://www.instagram.com/Watercolor (#Watercolor) https://www.instagram.com/Drawing (#Drawing) https://www.instagram.com/IndianArt (#IndianArt) https://www.instagram.com/IndianContemporaryArt (#IndianContemporaryArt) https://www.instagram.com/Chloe (#Chloe) https://www.instagram.com/NatachaRamsay (#NatachaRamsay) https://www.instagram.com/NatachaRamsayChloe (#NatachaRamsayChloe) https://www.instagram.com/RithikaMerchantChloe (#RithikaMerchantChloe) https://www.instagram.com/GalerieLJ (#GalerieLJ) https://www.instagram.com/Tarqmumbai (#Tarqmumbai) https://www.instagram.com/TribalArt (#TribalArt) https://www.instagram.com/Organic (#Organic) https://www.instagram.com/Nature (#Nature)https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/waoc/ ( #waoc) https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/w_a_o_c/ (#w_a_o_c) https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/weareourchoices/ (#WeAreOurChoices) https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/art/ (#Art) https://www.instagram.com/ContemporaryArt (#ContemporaryArt) https://www.instagram.com/ArtGoesON (#ArtGoesON) https://www.instagram.com/AskAGO (#AskAGO)
Alexa Miller is a former artist that through various life experiences studied human resilience and uncertainty management. She founded Arts Practica, a consulting company that teaches art observation to healthcare practitioners. She taught at the Harvard Medical School where doctors to be and even the faculty learned how to enhance their diagnosis abilities. Alexa Miller’s workshops push forward clinical training and provide a new perspective on the benefits of art in medicine. Arts Practica : https://www.artspractica.com/ (https://www.artspractica.com/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #AlexaMiller #ArtsPractica #ArtGoesOn #AskArtGoesOn
Claire Morgan is an artist born in Belfast and currently living in Newcastle. She is known for her sculpture made with taxidermy and plastic crumbs but also for her watercolor and more recently paintings. From her studio at home, she shares with us how she dealt with the lockdown and how it affected her creative process. Her work gives importance to nature, death and time ; in the interview Claire Morgan talks about how she sees the world currently through her artist lens. She also talks about this crisis as an opportunity to experiment and accelerate an artwork's evolution. This episode will allow you to deep dive into a beautiful artist’s mind. Claire Morgan : http://claire-morgan.co.uk/ (http://claire-morgan.co.uk/) https://www.instagram.com/clairemorganstudio/ (https://www.instagram.com/clairemorganstudio/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson)
Charlotte Dutoit is an entrepreneur and curator, founder of JustKids a company that collaborates with artists (Street artists like Shepard Fairey, D*Face, Vhils, Felipe Pantone, ROA.... but also contemporary artists like Frank Stella) to make public art , curate festivals like Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas. Charlotte Dutoit also connects brands with artists for successful collaborations. In this episode we will discuss how a company that makes outdoor exhibitions can deal with the pandemic situation. What is it to be a woman entrepreneur and how urban art or street art can be more inclusive. We also try to clear the debate about the use of art by brands and artists integrity. JustKids : https://justkids.art/ (https://justkids.art/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson)
The Thai visual artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul is better known as a director. Considered the most brilliant of his generation in his country, he is internationally recognized after winning multiple awards including the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film festival in 2010. We discover here how, born to two doctors in a small city ​​in northern Thailand, he was able to find his way. He explains why, wanting first to become a veterinarian, he studied architecture before becoming the artist and filmmaker we know today. Apichatpong Weerasethakul shares also the doubts in his career, even after winning the Jury Prize in the Cannes Film Festival. He then explains how he came to video art, which ultimately took more volume than cinema. He ends by giving advices on how to find his way as an artist. Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #ApichatpongWeerasethakul
For 25 years, Cornell DeWitt has been at the forefront of connecting audiences and art. Since co-founding one of the first online art galleries in 1995, he has also owned and operated an eponymous gallery in New York, acted as director of Yvon Lambert gallery in New York, curated exhibitions and advised private collectors. His senior leadership roles have included director of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in Miami and New York, Vice President of Business Development at Artnet, and Vice President, Strategic Partnerships at Collectrium, a Christie's company. Among his current projects, Cornell DeWitt is the Publisher and Co-founder of Daily Plinth – the first platform dedicated to discovering and promoting video content produced by the art world, and Acting Managing Director of Bower Blue – a digital strategy and content production agency for the visual arts. In this episode we will talk about the art market, art fairs and galleries under the lockdown and the role of digital or viewing rooms in this situation. He will share his love for art and precisely Jasper John’s American Flag. Daily Plinth : http://dailyplinth.com/ (http://dailyplinth.com/) Bower Blue : https://bowerblue.co/ (https://bowerblue.co/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #CornellDeWitt #Art #artgoeson
Todd Hido is an American photographer known for his pictures of suburban landscapes taken during solitary, long drives. He also produced interior photos and portraits using a wide range of pros and amateur cameras. His style is summed up in one of his famous quotes “I shoot like a documentarian, but I print like a painter.”
His photographs are in the permanent collections of the Getty, the Whitney Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, New York amongst many more. We’ll discuss here about his creative process under lockdown and his experience with the situation. Moreover he Todd Hido will talk about his vision of photography and today’s society using the examples of Walker Evans or Dorothea Lange. http://www.toddhido.com/ (http://www.toddhido.com/) https://www.instagram.com/toddhido_/ (https://www.instagram.com/toddhido_/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) Recorded on May 28th 2020 #ToddHido #Art #artgoeson #Photography #Photographer #Photo
Jason Bailey is the founder of Artnome.com which is one of the best information source on art and technology. Artnome is the ultimate destination to understand the art world and the art market when they are associated with the words digital, data, blockchain, crypto, generative and artificial intelligence. In the second part, we’ll try to have a look at it from the point of view of the artist, the market and the audience. https://www.artnome.com/ (https://www.artnome.com/) https://www.instagram.com/artnome/ (https://www.instagram.com/artnome/) Jason’s article - Can Machine Learning Predict the Price of Art at Auction? : https://hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/1vdc2z91/release/1 (https://hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/1vdc2z91/release/1) Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) Recorded on May 10th 2020 JasonBailey #Art #ArtGoesOn
Agnès b. is a stylist who started her brand in the 70’s with subtle, chic and casual clothes ; timeless pieces like the snap cardigan that became a classic. With the success of her company she multiplied initiatives in the art world, opening an art gallery La Galerie du Jour, publishing art books, producing movies. She is also a philanthropist who supports artists but also many social causes (AIDS, Fondation Abbé Pierre, Tara…). Over the years, Agnès b. has assembled a major contemporary art collection now comprising nearly 5,000 pieces (Jean-Michel Basquiat, Warhol, Gilbert and George, Nan Goldin, Harmony Korine, Ryan McGinley…). She has opened her foundation La FAB (La Fondation Agnès b.) in 2020 that gathers together her art collection, la galerie du jour and la librairie du jour. Agnès b. is is constantly in touch with the international art scene, especially in the fields of the visual arts, cinema, music, live performance and publishing. https://la-fab.com/ (https://la-fab.com/) https://www.instagram.com/la_fab_officiel/ (https://www.instagram.com/la_fab_officiel/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) Recorded on May 18th 2020 Photo credit : Kazou Ohishi #Agnesb #LaFab #FondationAgnesb #Art #ArtGoesOn
With a bottle-feeded generation with mainstream culture, bombarded with clips, ads, magazines and blockbusters, the artist Eric Yahnker rushes into the breach without a net and without complex. Ace of the pencil, he draws 2 meters high lampoons that jeopardizes religion, politics, icons and symbols of today’s America with a stunning realism. Provocateur (or genuine) and without restraint, he was animator for the South Park movie after graduating from Cal Arts and has done the animation for the Seinfeld DVDs bonus. Trained in a school of journalism, he worships cartoonists like Paul Conrad, Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning, but also cites Woody Allen and Mel Brooks as references. His works offer a double reading, from the simple visual impact of its giant drawings to their meaning and look on American society. Whatever our perception as long as we see his works as he defines himself “political, stubborn, absurd, sarcastic, cerebral, perverted, jack-ass with a heart of golden testicles.” https://ericyahnker.me/ (https://ericyahnker.me/) https://www.instagram.com/ericyahnker/ (https://www.instagram.com/ericyahnker/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #EricYahnker #Art #ArtGoesOn
Alain Servais is a contemporary art collector based in Belgium. He started his collection in the 90’s with photographs by Nan Goldin or Andres Serrano. He is known for attending numerous art fairs and for defending independent art galleries. Now The Servais Family Collection features several hundred works from international artists working in a variety of mediums, including digital art, and with one notable distinction, there are no paintings. As an entrepreneur in banking and finance, Alain Servais is also an accurate observer of the art market and a very active commentator of the art world through articles and social networks. Alain Servais Twitter account : https://twitter.com/aservais1 (https://twitter.com/aservais1) Alain's article : http://sfaq.us/2014/11/art-in-the-shadow-of-art-market-industrialization-moving-toward-a-sustainable-ecosystem/ (http://sfaq.us/2014/11/art-in-the-shadow-of-art-market-industrialization-moving-toward-a-sustainable-ecosystem/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #AlainServais #Art #AskAGO #ArtGoesON
Rajendra Roy is the Chief Curator of Film at the MoMa, he worked on exhibitions such as Wim Wenders, Tim Burton, Bruce LaBruce, Mike Nichols, and was a jury member or in the selection committee of numerous festivals such as Sundance, SXSW and the Berlin film festival. The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film has one of the strongest international collections of motion pictures in the world, totaling more than 30,000 films between the permanent and study collections. (Films by artists like Fernand Léger, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Andy Warhol.) MoMA’s Department of Film comprehensive streaming list to indulge any cinephile’s needs : https://www.moma.org/magazine/articles/296 (https://www.moma.org/magazine/articles/296) MoMA Department of Film on Youtube : https://bit.ly/3gEg1Z9 (https://bit.ly/3gEg1Z9) Rajendra’s tips on how to keep discovering while at home: https://aframe.oscars.org/features/a-dispatch-from-the-covid-19-epicenter (https://aframe.oscars.org/features/a-dispatch-from-the-covid-19-epicenter) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #RajendraRoy #MuseumOfModernArt #MoMAVirtualViews #Art #AskAGO #ArtGoes
Damian Elwes is a British painter born in 1960 who lives in L.A. From a family of famous portrait painters, his grandfather being Queen Elizabeth’s favourite, he studied in Harvard because he was good at maths but learned playwriting. In the early 1980s, Elwes moved to New York, where he met Keith Haring who encouraged him to start painting, and became an early exponent of graffiti. From 1992–2000, Damian Elwes lived in southern Colombia in a house that he built overlooking a rainforest. There he created four vast, interactive paintings which viewers can walk around inside. His work now focuses on re-creating the studios of famous artists (Picasso, Matisse, Yayoi Kusama, Alex Katz, Keith Haring, Basquiat) through his deep research in documentation and historical records. https://www.damianelwes.com/ (https://www.damianelwes.com/) https://www.instagram.com/damianelwes/ (https://www.instagram.com/damianelwes/) Subscribe to the podcast on you favorite platform : https://linktr.ee/artgoeson (https://linktr.ee/artgoeson) and Follow our instagram account and ask questions to upcoming guests! https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson (https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson) #DamianElwes #Art #AskAGO #ArtGoesON
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Created by
Ourchoices.co
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Started
May 27th, 2020
Latest Episode
Jan 10th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
16
Avg. Episode Length
28 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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