What’s the market like for emerging artists today, and has it gotten better or worse? And what can smaller artists do to better take ownership over their own work? These are some of the important questions raised during Artsy’s fascinating hour of experiential radio, hosted by Artsy’s Associate Editor Isaac Kaplan, with Deputy Editor Alexander Forbes, Head of Special Projects Elena Soboleva, and Senior Editor Tess Thackara. Also, as an extra-long version of their regular podcast, the discussion explores the difficult road to success, whether a more challenging environment for artists might actually be a good thing for art as a whole, and the ways artists can legally defend themselves against plagiarism. Guests include Mark I. Peroff, Partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP and graphic designer and artist Adam J. Kurtz.
Produced by: Scott Newman
Design By: Ray Marrero
ON AIR Intro by: Rich Awn
photography by: Alexa Hoyer
Live sound by: Brian Ashburn Davis
Audio Editing By: Carlos Fonseca