loader from loading.io

The Conversation Art Podcast

A podcast that goes behind the scenes and between the lines of the contemporary art worlds, through conversations with artists, dealers, curators, and collectors--based in Los Angeles, but reaching nationally and internationally.

info_outline Epis.329: Ben Davis on the Ordinary World Record Egg, what to do when Apple co-opts your artwork, and where high art meets immersive art 10/01/2022
info_outline Epis.328: Ben Davis, National Art Critic for Artnet News and author most recently of Art in the After-Culture 09/17/2022
info_outline Epis.327: Val Zavala on the Extinction Circle, Death Cafes and the New 10 Commandments for Future Generations 09/03/2022
info_outline Epis.326- NYC art appraiser David Shapiro: from valuing a work of art to shifting from his own art career 08/20/2022
info_outline Immersive art installations: who visits them, why, and where they're headed...with Kate Sharkey, painter and a 'host' at ARTECHOUSE 08/06/2022
info_outline Epis.#324- Maria Brito, her path from emerging singer to corporate lawyer to art advisor; and how she scored a Banksy for a client 07/23/2022
info_outline Epis. 323, Dave Kinsey: post-graffiti, post-illustration, post-skate art, and the BLK/MRKT gallery scene in the early-to-mid-2000s 07/09/2022
info_outline Episode 322- Profound effects on the art market, ‘Rich-Kid’ art, and a painting of a polar bear 06/27/2022
info_outline Epis. 321: Working as an artist's assistant, learning to pay attention, and dedication to the process- James Griffith, part 2 06/11/2022
info_outline Epis. 320: James Griffith, L.A.-based painter, on painting with tar, and re-building his home, studio, and outdoor amphitheater- part 1 of 2 05/28/2022
info_outline Epis. 319: Sarah Thibault, S.F.-based artist, on residency hopping, conversing with ghosts, and being the last artist in San Francisco (or so it seems) 05/14/2022
info_outline Epis. 318: Andrew Russeth- art writer formerly in New York, now living in Seoul, South Korea 04/30/2022
info_outline Epis. 317: museums’ Invisible Labor, and how exhibition rooms are suspensions of common sense- Fernando Dominguez Rubio, part 3 04/16/2022
info_outline Epis. 316: Why MoMA goes to great lengths to recreate what's dying or only existing in the past- Fernando Dominguez Rubio, part 2 04/02/2022
info_outline Epis. 315: What goes on behind the scenes of a museum (specifically MoMA), and why it matters, with Fernando Dominguez Rubio, author of Still Life: Ecologies of the Modern Imagination at the Art Museum, part 1 03/19/2022
info_outline Epis. 314: Oligarch Shortage, SuperBlue Indictment, and the Cinema of Transgression: the Guest-Less Episode courtesy OLD NEWS 03/07/2022
info_outline Epis.313: Sam Francis- king of desire, 02/19/2022
info_outline Epis.312: Writer Gabrielle Selz on Sam Francis, an abstract painter who broke all the rules 02/05/2022
info_outline Epis. 311: Sydney Croskery, part 2 of 2- 01/22/2022
info_outline Epis.310: Sydney Croskery, Los Angeles artist 01/08/2022
info_outline Epis.309: Running a gallery, creating community, 12/25/2021
info_outline Epis.308: Yoshino of Artist Decoded (the podcast), part 1 of 2 12/13/2021
info_outline Epis.307: a Spanish painter (Antonio Murado) goes to New York City- 11/26/2021
info_outline Episode 306: Collector disconnect, enjoying without owning, and 11/13/2021
info_outline The challenge of describing contemporary art (even for a writer): 10/30/2021
info_outline Epis.304: Virtual Cafe w/special guest Rose Bricetti 10/16/2021
info_outline Epis.303: Status Signals, and risking a Lower Status 10/02/2021
info_outline Epis 302: Hannah Wohl, part 3- 09/18/2021
info_outline Epis. 301- Bound by Creativity, pt 2 with Hannah Wohl 09/04/2021
info_outline Episode 300- Hannah Wohl on her book Bound by Creativity: part 1 08/21/2021
 
share