Top Ten Art Video Sites – artmarketblog.com
The more information you have about artists and the art market, the better your chances of being a successful art investor. Below are my top ten sources for videos on art, artists and the art market which should help you on the path to art market enlightenment. Enjoy !!
New Art TV
Newarttv.com is produced by NewArtTV, Inc. a media and production company based in New York City with a focus on producing premium video content on contemporary art.
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions (vernissages) of exhibitions and events. Online, worldwide, on demand. VernissageTV provides insight to the social side of the art world. For you, Vernissage TV is talking with artists in a relaxed style.
Art Newspaper Digital Edition
Watch the new channel for the art world, bringing you interviews with collectors, curators, dealers, and artists as well as art market reports
Saatchi Online TV
FILMS OF ART OPENINGS, INTERVIEWS, ARTISTS’ STUDIOS, ART PERFORMANCES AND VIDEOS
Art in the 21st Century – PBS
Videos on this Web site are excerpted from feature length documentaries from the Art:21—Art in the Twenty-First Century television series.
Studio Visit (SV) is an online review of contemporary art. SV explores the work of important emerging and established artists, usually by documenting a studio visit and presenting a portfolio of new work. SV occasionally addresses related contemporary art subjects, events and issues.
Xalt TV Art Investment
xalt.tv’s Masterclass series of web-tv programmes provides an intelligent and informative insight into the world of successful art investment.
In the Saleroom, Gallery Talks, Interviews, Object Lessons, Inside Christie’s, Media Highlights
Sotheby’s Private View
Sotheby’s specialists bring along their passion and experience working with the world’s most valuable works of art as they lead personal video tours of upcoming auction highlights
2008 Biennale of Sydney Vodcasts
As Digital Media Partners, CNET Australia and the Biennale of Sydney will produce a series of vodcasts that give you special insight into the 2008 exhibition, artists and events of Revolutions – Forms That Turn.
**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications