ART DEALER SHOW – podcast

About and for the people who sell art.

022 Everything I Needed to Know About Art Dealing I Learned in Kindergarten – Guest Alex Salazar Pt 2.

It’s been a while but I’m back and comfortably settled in my usual corner booth at the ol’ art dealer bar. Having been away for a bit, there’s a lot […]

021 Are Millennials Not Buying Art, Or Just Not From You? – Guest Ruth-Ann Thorn Pt 1

To be a seasoned art dealer is to have taken some knocks over the years. There’s just no way around it. Stay in the business beyond the length of a […]

020 Selling Art Off of a Gym’s Wall? – Guest Alexander Salazar

Years ago I called Alex Salazar (this episode’s guest) to go over some increasingly complicated and continuously changing details pertaining to a show that we were working on together. One […]

019 What in the Gallery Is Telling Them Not to Buy from You? – Guest Richard Perry, Part II

How about this for a show tease? An Andy Warhol painting changes the lives of a civil servant’s family forever, Dali’s pet ocelot gets out of control, and the chance […]

018 “I Demand Complete Loyalty” from the Collector – Guest Dewey Graff

From day one, it was a goal of the show to talk as many different types of art sellers as we could get on the mic—from art consultants working the […]

014 Bob Chase Pt II – Is Old School The Only School?

The wait is over, and we are back with part II of my conversation with Bob Chase, president of Chase Art. And If you enjoyed part one as much as […]

013 Nim Vaswani – An Art Dealer By Any Other Name

Nim Vaswani An Art Dealer By Any Other Name If the art world has its equivalent to an old-time tent revival it would the “Road Show Company.” Since 1997, Nim Vaswani and his devoted […]

012 Art gallery owner Thad Markham Pt II: Why killing to join a gang is like selling art?

Are you ready for the first Art Dealer Show of the New Year? We are back with part II of my conversation with Thad Markham, the owner of Artifacts Gallery […]

011 Bridgette Mayer: A Personal Tale Of Survival and Redemption

Many are calling 2016 a year of loss. If it was not a presidential candidate for you, it was at least Prince, Bowie and of course Leonard Cohen. As much […]

Tony Pernicone – An Odyssey in the Art Business.

I’ve alway been fond of the cautionary words from an unknown sage – “choose your profession before it chooses you.” These sobering words used to guid me as much as […]