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7 Art Gallery Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

Do you enjoy listening to podcasts? Do you find yourself looking for a new podcast to listen to? If so, then you will want to try out these 7 Art Gallery Podcasts You Should Be Listening To. These podcasts are hosted by art gallery owners and curators who discuss topics related to the world of art. Topics include the latest in contemporary arts as well as insightful interviews with respected artists from around the world. Whether it be learning about what is going on at local galleries or hearing from those making an impact on the international stage, these podcasts have something for everyone interested in art and creativity.

1. Talk Art

This podcast hosted by Russell Tovey and Robert Diament discusses many different aspects of the industry from both points of view—gallerists and artists alike—and provide great insight for listeners who are looking to get into the field themselves or just want to know more about how galleries operate on a day-to-day basis. 

The two hosts also make sure that each guest’s experience at their respective galleries is highlighted, which provides an interesting perspective on how these spaces differ from one another.

2. The Jealous Curator Podcast

The Jealous Curator debuted in 2009 as a platform for host Danielle Krysa to display art that made her envious. She was envious of the work, lives, success, and studios of other artists. Because she wasn’t producing art, she felt like she’d never get any of it! She began a blog to memorialize the work she enjoyed, but more importantly, she wanted to find a method to turn her envy into something positive, namely adoration and inspiration, and it did!

The Jealous Curator Podcast is all about art. The show features interviews with people working in the arts industry, looking at what it means to be an artist or curator today and where they see their roles within contemporary culture. This podcast provides insight into the world of art galleries – who works there, how do they work together, etc. It’s great for those interested in these topics!

3. The Modern Arts Notes

The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a one-hour weekly interview show. While the program is usually filmed in a studio, live audiences have been recorded at almost a dozen American art museums, including the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Nasher Sculpture Center, the Paul Getty Museum, and the Baltimore Museum of Art Since 2011, new episodes of the podcast have been published every Thursday.

4. The Conversation Art Podcast

The Conversation Art Podcast delves into the realm of modern art through interviews with a diverse group of people from the center to the periphery and back again. The show sheds light on what goes on behind the scenes, whether at a studio, a gallery, or backstage, via candid and sharp dialogues. Artists, industry experts, and students all get a behind-the-scenes look at these often enigmatic workings.

5. Hyperallergic

This art podcast features in-depth conversations with the world’s leading artists, critics, curators, and gallerists. Hosted by Hyperallergic editor Hrag Vartanian, each episode is lively and engaging—a “must listen” for anyone interested in contemporary art or culture

What makes this podcast interesting? They will keep you caught up on all things related to arts around the globe. With featured guests from galleries across the country and abroad, as well as renowned artist interviews that are not to be missed, this art podcast is constantly fresh, new, and exciting.

6. The Week in Art

For those interested in the art world, The Week In Art Podcast has been a staple for brand new and seasoned collectors. The show’s panel talks about what is happening now in the market as well as which collections are rising or falling, who is buying what, and why they’ve decided to purchase that particular artist or work of art. They also discuss upcoming auctions around the world where people can find that perfect piece to add to their collection.

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7. 99% Invisible Podcast

The “99% Invisible” podcast is hosted by Roman Mars. It started in 2010 and has since won many awards, including the 2015 Peabody Award for broadcast journalism. The show features topics related to design – often focusing on architecture or urban planning issues. 

Each episode explores a topic using storytelling techniques and includes several research sources as notes at the end of each episode’s transcript which can be found on their website. Episodes are roughly 15 minutes long and tend not to focus on trends within art galleries themselves, but rather delve into stories surrounding them: either what it takes to become an artist receiving residency inside one and how they’re designed.

Art is notoriously difficult to talk about, let alone understand. Luckily for us, there are plenty of podcasts that can help fill in the gaps and teach us more about this captivating world. If you’re looking for a good art-related podcast but don’t know where to start, here are 7 great ones we recommend! Call our team today if these sound like something you might be interested in – they will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Which audio resources do you use when exploring new topics?

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