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Tinder for Art: Artfinder

Art Market, State of the Art Podcast, The Latest By December 14, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , No Comments

In this episode State of the Art explores the future of online art sales with Artfinder, one of Vango Studio’s partners. As one of the top sites to find art online, Artfinder’s mission is simple: to allow artists to make a living from their art, and to allow art lovers to enjoy works in their home according to their budget….

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The Art of Auctions: Invaluable

Art Market, State of the Art Podcast, The Latest By November 28, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , No Comments

State of the Art sat down with Invaluable CEO Rob Weisberg to get past the velvet rope into the world of art auctions. After revolutionizing the e-commerce of Domino’s pizza and Zipcar, Rob turned to Invaluable as a new challenge.  An award-winning entrepreneur, he spoke with Ethan about how data is changing the game for new buyers, the future of…

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Where Art & Design Meet Science: Modsy

Art Market, State of the Art Podcast, The Latest By November 28, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , No Comments

  In the latest episode, State of the Art talks to Shanna Tellerman, founder & CEO of Modsy. Using 3D and augmented reality (AR) renders of spaces, Modsy allows people to visualize design ideas in their own home. This visualization helps users to make aesthetic decisions while simultaneously broadening their understanding of design through stylistic recommendations. Shanna’s background in fine…

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The Art of Selling Out: The Most Famous Artist

Art Market, State of the Art Podcast, The Latest By November 16, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , No Comments

The Most Famous Artist. If you’re active on social media, chances are you’ve come across at least one of Matty Mo’s provocative and socially-focused projects. Vango podcast State of the Art sat down with Matty Mo to hear about how he came to be The Most Famous Artist, how his former career in marketing shapes his art practice, and what he…

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The Netflix of Art: Meural

Art Market, State of the Art Podcast, The Latest By November 16, 2017 Tags: , , , No Comments

  State of the Art sat down with Vlad Vukicevic of Meural. For those of us who aren’t familiar with Meural yet, it has been described as the “Netflix of art.” A beautiful digital canvas that allows users to access tens of thousands of works of art created by diverse sources including emerging local artists, old masters, and your own…

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Fine Art for the People: Twyla

Art Market, State of the Art Podcast, The Latest By November 16, 2017 Tags: , , , , No Comments

Brian Sharples of Twyla sat down with State of the Art’s Ethan Appleby to discuss bringing fine art to the people. Former Homeaway CEO Brian Sharples now heads the Austin-based start-up Twyla, which creates limited edition fine art prints using cutting edge technology to scan and reproduce artworks at a price point that enables the artworks to be enjoyed by…

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Art & Tech: The conversations we should be having

Art Market, The Latest By September 7, 2017 Tags: , , , No Comments

  Last week, I went to an Art & Tech panel titled “Driving radical change – How fast are startups transforming the art industry” sponsored by Open Austria in San Francisco. It touted : “While startups and innovators have been rapidly changing all aspects of our life, the world of arts and culture with its long-standing traditions and stable, publicly…

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How we can work together to change the art industry

Art Market By August 24, 2017 Tags: , , , , No Comments

Last month I wrote a blog series in response to the Hiscox report, analyzing how the online art world (galleries, online marketplaces, collectors) had done the past year and what the path forward was (hint: I told them to wake up). I also identified one glaring hole in the report: They forgot to talk about the artist point of view, which…

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