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Art Insiders New York podcast offers behind-the-scenes conversations with fascinating people who are making an impact in the world of art, architecture & design in New York. The podcast is hosted by Anders Holst.

Art Insiders New York Podcast hosted by Anders Holst Anders Holst

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Art Insiders New York podcast offers behind-the-scenes conversations with fascinating people who are making an impact in the world of art, architecture & design in New York. The podcast is hosted by Anders Holst.

    FRANK GEHRY - Interview with Paul Goldberger

    FRANK GEHRY - Interview with Paul Goldberger

    Paul Goldberger began his career at The New York Times, where, in 1984, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his Distinguished Criticism in architecture. In this inspiring interview, Paul tells us the story behind his biography “Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry,” about one of the world’s most iconic architects. He also comments on his latest book “Ballpark: Baseball in the American City”, and his next project about the neighborhood of Dumbo as well as offering his critique of the Hudson Yards project. Paul Goldberger sits in a Frank Gehry’s Wiggle Side Chair. Photo credit: Michael Lionstar. (add 10 downloads to the number of downloads indicated below to get the correct number of total downloads to date) 

    • 52 min.
    OPEN HOUSE NEW YORK - Interview with Gregory Wessner, Executive Director

    OPEN HOUSE NEW YORK - Interview with Gregory Wessner, Executive Director

    Gregory Wessner is the Executive Director of Open House New York (OHNY), an organization with a mission to provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve those city structures. OHNY just completed its 17th annual Open House New York weekend held on October 18th to the 20th, with 80,000 visitors in 283 sites and a total of 1,350 tours. In this interview Gregory tells the inspiring story of OHNY’s important role as an exercise in democracy, in citizenship and in creating a deeper sense of what it means to be a New Yorker! 
     

    • 41 min.
    THE HIGH LINE - Interview with Co-Founder Robert Hammond

    THE HIGH LINE - Interview with Co-Founder Robert Hammond

    Robert Hammond is, together with Joshua David, the co-founder of the Friends of the High Line, the entity that maintains, operates and creates programs for the High Line in partnership with the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation. In this interview, Robert tells a thriller-like story with the many twist and turns that arose in protecting, preserving and reinventing the former southern viaduct section of the New York Central Railroad, known as the West Side Line, into one of the most successful public attractions in New York City. Photo by Liz Ligon courtesy of Friends of the High Line.
     

    • 43 min.
    NAVIGATING THE DIGITAL LANDSCAPE - Interview with Bob Greenberg, founder of R/GA

    NAVIGATING THE DIGITAL LANDSCAPE - Interview with Bob Greenberg, founder of R/GA

    Bob Greenberg is the founder & Executive Chairman of R/GA, an international innovation consultancy headquartered in New York. Bob has been a pioneer in the advertising and communications industry for nearly four decades. 
    In this interview Bob gives us insights into what it’s like to be at the epicenter of the ever-changing digital landscape, his vision for the company and the groundbreaking design of the new headquarters at Hudson Yards. Bob also delves into his passion for collecting outsider art and his recently curated Bob Greenberg Selects collection at the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (add 83 downloads to the number of downloads indicated below to get the correct number of total downloads to date) 
     

    • 52 min.
    FOTOGRAFISKA NEW YORK - Interview with Co-founder Jan Broman

    FOTOGRAFISKA NEW YORK - Interview with Co-founder Jan Broman

    Jan Broman is one of the founders of a new museum for photography Fotografiska New York, which will open its doors to the public at the Church Mission House in New York on December 14, 2019. Jan Broman tells the inspiring stories of the many moving parts that went into building a new museum with a clear vision and values that, like its Swedish predecessor Fotografiska Stockholm  - with about 170 exhibitions including David LaChapelle, Annie Leibowitz, Albert Watson, Sally Mann, Zanele Muholi, Cooper & Gorfer, Ren Hang, Irwing Penn to name a few - aims to provoke global conversations around important topics through photography. (This interview is from 2018).
     

    • 39 min.
    JOEL SILVER’S TRAFFIC STAND, HIDDEN SUBWAY STATION, THE GENIUS OF HARRY BERTOIA AND OTHER STORIES - Interview with Jim Elkind, founder of Lost City Arts

    JOEL SILVER’S TRAFFIC STAND, HIDDEN SUBWAY STATION, THE GENIUS OF HARRY BERTOIA AND OTHER STORIES - Interview with Jim Elkind, founder of Lost City Arts

    Jim Elkind is one of New York’s legendary art collectors of 20thcentury fine art and design. In this interview Jim takes us back to the beginning of his career and shares stories of discovery and adventure over the years, with a great deal of warmth and humor.
    In the 80’s he founded Lost City Arts to preserve decorative architectural artifacts that lined the facades of buildings in Manhattan. He is widely recognized as the leading authority on the work of Harry Bertoia, who has become the subject of exponentially growing interest in recent years. At the end of this fascinating interview, you will have opportunity to enjoy the sound of some of Harry Bertoia’s Sonambient sculptures!
     

    • 47 min.

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