Register now for our podcast webinar The Art Newspaper Live: Art in Your Ears

The Art Newspaper Podcasts host Ben Luke (right) will be in conversation with the art podcast Talk Art hosts Russell Tovey (left) and Robert Diament (centre)

How can we present a highly visual field such as art on a mostly audio platform like a podcast? How do different kinds of people—artists, collectors, curators, critics—bring works of art to life? And how have art podcasts changed during the Covid-19 pandemic, when most public collections have remained behind closed doors and the number of listeners looking for cultural content online started to surge? Join us to find out the answers during “Art in Your Ears”, a live online event organised by The Art Newspaper on 13 August.

We bring together the hosts of two hugely popular art podcasts—the actor Russell Tovey and the gallerist Robert Diament from Talk Art, and our very own Ben Luke, who hosts The Art Newspaper's The Week in Art, sponsored by Christie'sto discuss their favourite guests and topics, from celebrity collectors to art world politics.

Art in Your Ears, Thursday, 13 August, 5pm BST, 12pm EDT, 9am PDT. This streaming event is free to attend on The Art Newspapers YouTube channel. Sign up for a reminder HERE.

The Art Newspaper podcasts

The Art Newspaper Podcasts

The Art Newspaper launched its first podcast, The Week in Art (formerly The Art Newspaper Weekly), in 2017. Every Friday, our host, Ben Luke, dives into the art world's biggest headlines, reviews key exhibitions and discusses the most pressing issues affecting the sphere of culture, alongside The Art Newspaper's international correspondents, industry experts and leading artists. The latest season examines the surge of staff cuts at museums, the effect of Hong Kong's new national security law on its art scene, and what to do about problematic statues, among other subjects.

On 5 August, The Art Newspaper is launching a new podcast—A brush with…based on our regular print interview series in which Ben Luke asks artists and curators who they admire most, which museums they return to, and which books, music and other media they take in. The first season of episodes, released each Wednesday, features four interviews with painters, starting with the Kenyan-British artist Michael Armitage.

Ben Luke is the Review editor at The Art Newspaper, an art critic at the Evening Standard and has wriRead More – Source

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