After nearly getting submerged by the flash floods of Tropical Storm Ella Emhoff, Amir makes it to the recording studio and the boys recount their 4th of July adventure, which included a visit to a National Historic Site, Hudson Valley hijinks, and a day of snacking. Later, they try to unpack art nouveau but end up putting it back in the box. Meanwhile, Przemek starts relying on that body and talks about his new wet ’n’ wild abstract paintings.
Więcej odcinków z kanału "Thots on Art"
1:22:30We’re back, and we made it in time for the juiciest art world story in years! Tune in for predatory purchases, fake buyers, actual receipts, litigation, thirst, and questionable sartorial choices in this very special episode! And in our World Famous Hot Topics segment, we discuss Woody Allen’s daughter working in the art world, market bubbles, and more!
Thots on ’21
1:21:22Blessed and energized by the release of Emily in Paris season 2, we’re ready to go into 2022 in high gear! But first, we take a look at some of the art world controversies of 2021, including Hunter Biden’s paintings, the constantly speculated obsolescence of art fairs, art world scammers, art restitution, museum vaccine mandates, and more!
And Just Like Thots
1:14:47And just like that… we’re back and we made it past the previous episode! In one of our most thot provoking episodes yet, we discuss the new West Side Story, the Sex and the City reboot, House of Gucci, and take a look at some questionable writing on Oscar Murillo and O’Flaherty’s.
The Rogaine Experience
1:14:32It’s time to make the Sufganyot! Whip that Menorah out, because another Festival of Slights is here. After a brief hiatus, the th0ts are back and as clueless as ever, especially when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Diane Keaton, Tick Tick Boom, and more. Meanwhile, Amir takes art newbies to MoMA for the first time, leading to much-expected results.
We’ll Triennial Anything Once
1:10:48The change.org petition worked, you raised your voices, and we’re back on the air! The th0ts discuss the virtues of studio sales, the thematic threads running through the just-opened New Museum Triennial, German corporate welfare, Zalando fashion, and more! Meanwhile, after making it out alive from a 6 hour long opera, Amir reports back on the comings and goings of the rabid Wagnerites of Lincoln Center.
1:04:10Following a growing national trend, we’re throwing in the towel and quitting art! Is this our last broadcast as artists? The th0ts also discuss the exploding prices of artists they’ve never heard of, the alleged art forgeries allegedly committed by Christian Rosa, and receive a live report from Paris’ hottest badly dressed art ho party!
Art Basel - from UBS to IBS / with Artnet News’ Kate Brown
52:14Fire up that fondue pot and change those fonts to Helvetica, because a very special guest has popped in fresh off the runway from Switzerland! Artnet News Europe Editor, Kate Brown, joins us to share her impressions of Art Basel, the changes happening at pandemic-era art fairs, her favorite works and exhibitions, market trends, and more!
Breaking Fast w/ Rachel Libeskind
1:14:44Our special guest, Rachel Libeskind, joins us to discuss her new exhibition at New Release, growing up in Berlin and New York, ball sizes, brises, ghost spirits, and more. We also roll out the beige carpet and break down some lows and more lows of this year’s Met Gala.
Art Fair Exposé
1:11:51Just in time for the High Holidays, Amir returns stateside and hits the ground running! The th0ts chat about a major controversial comedy event, the Ghani family cash web, the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and our favorite juiced-up collector. Meanwhile, a myriad of alienating art fairs opens in New York, and we dissect the Autumn '21 trends (spoiler alert: they're bleak!)
Amir in Berlin
56:26After a two-year hiatus, Amir makes it back to Berlin and tries to live his best Emily life, only to be met with scowls around every corner. But being the rays of light that they are, the th0ts turn lemons into limoncello and rumspringa around town, snacking their way around some public art sites, catching up with friends old and new, and they create the penny pincher’s guide to viewing the Alexander Calder show at the newly reopened Neue Nationalgalerie.