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The Bigger Picture Podcast
50 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
London Art Week Special: Madeleine Perridge - Kallos Gallery
While Madeline Perridge's love for antiquity would start with bedtime stories, these ancient worlds, myths and legends would lead her down a road to the art world, her eventual destination. Leaving her academic studies for the world of work, Maddy's breaking into the art world was to prove difficult with her lucky break coming almost a year and a half later. Once head of the antiquities department at Bonham's, today the director of Kallos Gallery, Maddy shares how dog eared determination and gut instinct have played a fundetmental role.Presented by Arcarta, the anti-fraud and customer due diligence network for the art world, the Bigger Picture presents a special series of episodes in partnership with London Art Week. A showcase of the best that the art market has to offer, we take an inside look at the galleries participating and the stories behind the people that shape them.
126 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
London Art Week Special: Johnny Van Haeften
After numerous failed applications to work in the picture department at Christies, the newly married Johny Van Haeften and his wife Sarah open their gallery on Old Bond Street with no contacts, no knowledge, funding or experience.. While today, the name Van Haeften and Dutch Old Masters are inseparable. Johny shares the 52 year story that unfolded which for him started on a much, much smaller scale with a life long love for art in miniature…Presented by Arcarta, the anti-fraud and customer due diligence network for the art world, the Bigger Picture presents a special series of episodes in partnership with London Art Week. A showcase of the best that the art market has to offer, we take an inside look at the galleries participating and the stories behind the people that shape them.
57 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Michael Goedhuis - Michael Goedhuis Gallery
In a career spanning half a decade, you’d be forgiven in assuming what one could achieve in half a century would be significant given the time invested. However for Michael Goedhuis, getting started in the business of art at 30, within 12 years Michael would become the Director of the oldest commercial gallery in the world, establish records brokering some of the most significant deals before going on to create, create new markets and discover culturally and historically important collections and become the subject of a film. Michael’s career is a fascinating 50 year art-world adventure. You can follow and subscribe to The Bigger Picture wherever you get your podcasts. To learn more about this episode or to reach out to us, please visit arcarta.com.
71 minutes | Dec 11, 2020
London Art Week Special: Angelika Arnoldi-Livie and Bruce Livie - Arnoldi-Livie
For almost half a century, Arnoldi-Livie has been dealing in European paintings, drawings and sculpture having placed numerous important works in major international museums and exhibits at TEFAF, Salon du Dessin and participates in London Art Week. Run by husband and wife team Bruce and Angelika, neither had visions or grand ideas of dealing in art were it not for their paths crossing as Art History students on a rainy November day in Munich in 1968.
55 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
London Art Week Special: Hervé Aaron - Didier Aaron Gallery
With an illustrious history, founded in 1923 - and now in its 3rd generation - Didier Aaron exhibits at TEFAF, Fine Arts Paris, Frieze and the Salon du Dessin and participates in London Art Week. Focusing on French art from the 16th to 19th centuries, the gallery has placed works in institutions such as the National Gallery, the MET and numerous principal museums of France. 20 years ago, the gallery would go on to negotiate the sale of one of the most important old master works by Titian to the Getty Museum for more than 50 million dollars. With galleries in New York, London and Paris, today the business is overseen by Didier’s son and president Hervé who has been continuing the family legacy.
46 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
London Art Week Special: Mireille Mosler - Mireille Mosler New York
As a child growing up in Amsterdam, Mireille Mosler preferred to wait in the car on family outings to museums and galleries. When it came to choosing a career however, she knew she wanted to be an art dealer in America but not before figuring out how to get there. Stepping off a plane in 1992 for an internship with Christie’s, it was her first sale of a painting that would become the lifeline enabling her to stay and pursue her dream of dealing art in New York City.Presented by Arcarta, the anti-fraud and customer due diligence network for the art world, the Bigger Picture presents a special series of episodes in partnership with London Art Week. A showcase of the best that the art market has to offer, we take an inside look at the galleries participating and the stories behind the people that shape them.
47 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
London Art Week Special: Lowell Libson - Libson & Yarker
Picture Specialist at a major auction house, managing director of one of London’s most significant Old Master dealerships, numerous important previously undiscovered works by John Constable, Joseph Wright and a groundbreaking exhibition of British landscapes by Gainsborough - are a selection of some of the highlights of Lowell Libson’s art dealing career spanning more than 40 years. Today, a trustee of Gainsborough House and Director of Libson & Yarker - with his business partner Jonny - Lowell recounts his formative years while offering a highly personal and unique perspective into his passion for British art. Presented by Arcarta, The Bigger Picture presents a special series of podcasts in partnership with London Art Week. A showcase of the best that the art market has to offer, we take an inside look at the galleries participating and the stories behind the people that shape them.
50 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
London Art Week Special: Philip Mould - Philip Mould & Company
Starting out - without the money to buy works by great artists - if Philip Mould couldn’t afford work by Gainsborough or Van Dyck he would find one. Some 30 years later, this single-minded focus and unique approach - born out of necessity and fuelled by passion - has seen Philip become synonymous with ‘sleepers’: the discovery of lost or unknown works of art. Today from the gallery in Pall Mall - and through the BBC series Fake or Fortune - the art dealing broadcaster and his team - delight in sharing the ‘big stories’ about important works that captivates an art loving public.
32 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
London Art Week Special: Jill Newhouse - Jill Newhouse Gallery
In 1878, Mortimer Newhouse opened his gallery in St Louis, Setting in motion a series of events that would see the generations that follow dealing in art.Despite this legacy and family ties, running the gallery would never be an option for Jill Newhouse as the fate of the Newhouse legacy looked uncertain in the 70’s, in-spite of tradition - and expectation - Jill would go on to found her eponymous gallery and establish the Newhouse name as one of the leading dealers of master drawings. Presented by arcarta, The Bigger Picture presents a special series of podcasts in partnership with London Art Week. A showcase of the best the art market has to offer, we take an inside look at the galleries participating and the stories behind the people that shape them.
30 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
Virginia Damtsa - VirginiaVisualArts
Trained as a ballet dancer and today an Art dealer and artists agent, it was through her great uncle that Virginia would sell her first painting at 16 and set in motion a series of events that would see her future in the art world. Starting out running a gallery from her flat without a plan, Virginia would go on to reinvent the gallery experience. Fusing theatrics, and unique immersive experiences, it would be as Riflemaker Gallery that she would go on to create exhibitions like no other while catching the attention of a particularly significant collector.
68 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Lélia Pissarro & David Stern - Stern Pissarro Gallery
Since 1964, Stern Pissarro Gallery has been recognised Internationally as one of the foremost experts in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art and takes its name from the husband and wife team who run the gallery: David Stern and Lélia Pissarro. David: the son of an Art Dealer, Lélia - uniquely - the 4th generation of what is believed to be the largest dynasty of painters in Western Art and is the great granddaughter of the founder of the French Impressionist movement: Camille Pissarro.
49 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Daniel Crouch - Crouch Rare Books
In August this year, Daniel Crouch Rare Books celebrated its 10th anniversary. Starting out as a Saturday boy at an antique map and print shop in Oxford at 16, Daniel and his business partner Nick would cross paths at Bonhams and go on to become the only dealers in the world specialising in atlases. While Daniel’s photographic memory has helped him find the things others failed to see, it’s evident that maps viewed as works of art are indeed difficult to miss.
27 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Maggie Williams - Alon Zakaim Fine Art
In this episode, we hear how Artist and Head of Research and Design at Alon Zakaim Fine Art in Mayfair - Maggie Williams is busy tearing pages from - and re-writing the Iliad - for her most recent work and shares that - for her - appeal in art has a lot to do with seeing the beauty in ‘ugly’.To learn more about this episode, please visit The Bigger Picture
57 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Robert Bowman - Bowman Sculpture
Founded by Robert Bowman in 1993, today Bowman Sculpture is synonymous with one name in particular: Rodin. Raised on a farm, starting out as a receptionist and rising through the ranks to become the Director of European Works of Art at Sotheby’s, to then leave at the height of his career to open his own gallery, Robert’s story is inspiring and evidence that with enough persistence, patience and passion an art world outsider can become a significant voice.To learn more about this episode, visit The Bigger Picture
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