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"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"On the impact of Covid. Nineteen on the gallery sector was published this week by art, Basel and ups as any show and Anna. Brady report ourselves drop by an average of thirty six percent in the first half of twenty twenty forcing dealers to cut their staff by a third while to presented gallery closed permanently. That's likely to grow significantly as rent relief dries up and economies tip into recession but he's arguably art fairs that have been the traits biggest casualty and the new report written by the Economist Clam mcandrew cost down on their resurgence in twenty twenty one. The US President Donald Trump took off from the residents of the US Ambassador to France junior twenty visit the same trip or which he reported to cancel an appointment to visit. Fallen First World War Marines cooling dead soldiers, suckers and loses. According to a recent report by Bloomberg trump took a bust. Of Benjamin Franklin a set of silver figurines from the ambassadors story residents in Paris back to the White House without load to find the ambassador Jamie. And finally, Anna Brady to Gallery Hauser and wirth he's employing you inventors currently the Chief Executive of the London diplom- fortnum Mason as its first global chief executive vendors will be based in London and I've worked as he and his wife Manuela who now be free to focus on the results and relationships with the clients. You, read these stories and much more of the newspaper don't come on the APP. We'll be back after this. We cannot is sponsored by Christie's Christie's presents to exciting additions to its online auction calendar both now open forbidding. Browse works by Matisse Andy Warhol, show Michelle, year banks more imprint some multiples London editions price to three curated options devoted to the auto printmaking from the late nineteenth century to the Present Day Picasso Ceramics Christie's auction, of addition ceramic by Pepper Picasso ranging from stunning decorate t plates and bowls to more complex forms crafted by the artist. The refresh schedule compliments Christie's private sales bid by.
"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"With a leading artist, which we explore their work and their life through their cultural experiences. The historic living artists, they most admire the museums that they return to the books music and other media that inspire them the art that's pin to the studio wounds. As an art critic, I embrace all forms of contemporary art but I do have a particular soft spot for painting and so this first series of a brush with features, four interviews with painters, and in the first episode I speak to the Kenyan British artist Michael Teach? There isn't another artist I go. There isn't another autism paints like Goya that can do the things that he does which quite frankly should be terrible. Utterly convincing. He reflects on very difficult aspects of human nature the textures, the paint in those painting the it's just an incredibly daring way of using the staff unbelievable like there's something immense about being in the presence of that because you understand so much about somebody. So, join us on Apple PODCASTS spotify youtube or wherever you get your podcast for a brush with Michael Savage dropping on the fifth of August seed. Now. Museums have been steadily reopening over the past few weeks and given that this is the last episode of the present series of the weekend we thought we'd remind you about some of the exhibitions that have reopened or newly-opened with. Or us, team will talk about shows. They're a bit later but I, I was joined by Gareth Harris g contributing editor at the newspaper an Anna Brady our market editor to talk about UK and Europe. Anna and Gareth. Before we start talking about specific exhibitions, I'd just like to talk to you about your experiences so far of sort of going back into galleries and museums often rule this time. Where you haven't been able to tool. Gareth. How've you found going back into museums and these new one way systems and all these new mechanisms? It's been a pretty disconcerted actually I started to visit galleries coil time ago but four weeks ago. So I walked into Green Park and a one point I think I was being willing person on piccadilly. So that was scary. It felt quite apocalyptic..
"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"It's not a metric to compare against this. This is a fascinating question. Because when you look at the figures from two thousand eight two thousand nine when the market in inverted commas collapsed or had a serious downturn It bounced back very very quickly. Indeed and Within within a year or so and the reason for that was the central banks use quantitative easing and they took great financial fire hose and sprayed liquidity at The financial institutions and that very quickly inflated asset prices for example property equities and art and. So we that kick started the boom again now very little. That money actually trickled down into what we would recognize. As the real economy ended exaggerated financial inequality income inequality to to to really concerning degree. The big question hanging over this current crisis is how governments again to pay for their rescue patches if they take a more imaginative approach and raw the news of quantitative easing all go forbid tax cuts them income inequality would be reduced and actually paradoxically that that would put money into the market. What we're seeing though. The for example is a fascinating podcasting The philosopher a neuroscientist Sam Harris and Andrew Yang who is a the Democratic candidate for the presidency they discussed income inequality and the big choices facing America and of course if trump wins in December that it's their view that income inequality will really quite explode an already the rescue packages the devised by the US government. Most of that money vast majority is going to be corporations that will give wealthy collectors money and the whole thing could bounce back very very quickly indeed if on the other hand trump loses the election and Biden word to win then I think we'll social democratic and more more more and more spreads settlement whitens you That would interestingly back up the theory. That pandemics generally reduce income inequality. But I notice today in the Guardian that Thomas Pikachu who's ultra capital not twenty fifth century. He's unsure which way or go on a knife-edge edge where the income inequality will explode or that will be imaginative solutions. The settlement and money will be more evenly spread if the latter happens actually that will that will suppress prices in the art market. It's IT'S A it's a fascinating choice. One of the interesting questions will be if we get to a situation where there is a recovery to let say. There's a positive recovery things go better than expected to what extent digital will have an increased presence in the armory or whether it will go back to this kind of status quo. Before you know. We'll we'll be. We've learned a lot from that digital experience but actually this were better. What do so in other words. I suppose what question asking is. Do you feel we now. Face a future in which digital continues to grow and grow in the armory of auction houses and galleries or do you think there is a possibility where it just it retreats back to a relatively insignificant role in this. I think Swat what one fascinating element would be off as. I like a lot of people that you I'm sure looked to the the the the freeze jellab fat in one interesting aspect of it slightly jumping around is the to get into it. You had to have a VIP pass which I thought was very telling illustration of the exclusive in marginal nature of the art world Com ordinary people. Look at it but apparently you have to be. Vip TAP news around. I thought that was quite early. Anyway once you get into goes into the side and I think reaction slightly reflect. There was a good piece by Tim. Schneider who sort of side by side with a collective going through the fair interesting lack collector bought three pieces and they all been reserved beforehand. Roy What was interesting about is. I couldn't really tell the difference between this is an art fair and accurate. Gator Internet shopping site. I felt the time so I could I could. I have been buying a shed or rowing machine. Really didn't make that much difference an experience. It was just really really boring now. If you if you look at some of the viewing rooms the opping created there are some quite imagine it solutions coming up an occurred to me that the world is actually a small industry which is why big tech hasn't really gotten bold but it struck me if someone really got hold this ball and ran with it. Who is very savvy intensive terms of tech? They could go to the these Dealers several actually. Which is virtual fairs? Which aren't really fares I can do something more exciting. And it struck me. The the the the sort of dullness of these events is able the no the vents these virtual fares. I think they're very very vulnerable. And something very mentioned so much. More imaginative could be created and very quickly The EMINI if of freeze not balls could could slip away quite quickly and I think secondly I having spoken to de la's in spoken to to to people who are construct lease viewing rooms. I think dealers realizing that when they're well-designed they do drool people in and are very very effective at jumped to when we get round to it again going into a gallery and seeing the object in person and talking about it And so I I can see that this Refined and much more imaginative approach to tech will actually augment the physical live aspect of Cetinje got a life undulations Has a slightly positive intimate? Lost Exclusive Scott. Thank you very much. Thank you You can reach Ray writing for the art newspaper at the newspaper. Dot Com or on the APP a bit later. We'll hear from our art market. It is about the range of digital initiatives and we took to Rebecca Salter about Leeann spiel yet but first here are some of the top stories on the website this week. The British government's roadmap to easing lockdown. I delivered in a prerecorded television broadcast by Prime Minister. Boris Johnson on Sunday and followed up with a more detailed dossier on Monday suggests that British auction houses and galleries could open as early as the first of June trade associations announced that the government has agreed to recognize galleries and auction houses as nonessential retail and therefore part of a second phase of the easy of lockdown beginning on the first of June subject to infection rates falling of course however the case Department for Culture Media and Sport told our writers Anna Brady and any shore. The cultural organizations including museums will be considered as part of the third step of the process. So not open before the fourth of July you can hit more on this in a moment from Anna Brady. The Museum Manatt in New. York has reportedly become involved in the controversy over plans to demolish a government building in Oslo known for its concrete mules conceived by pepper Makassar. Gareth Harris writes that the y block is due to be demolished under government plans following a terrorist car bomb attack in twenty eleven but a letter from moma representatives including an Tamken curator of painting and sculpture. Ask the which politicians to reconsider the approved decision for demolition. The brutal is building designed by the Norwegian. Architect EARL INVICTA in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Two Murals designed by Picasso sandblasted onto its concrete walls. The fishermen on the building's facade and the -sego located in the lobby they would be salvaged and relocated undercard plan and finally Foto. London is sketching out a vision for a socially distance aren't fair and ensure rights. The organizers announced that they plan to the fair in early October to coincide with freeze and that the Fed is temporarily locating to grace in gardens is usually any somerset. House is occupied by the one fifty. Four African Art Fat Grazing Gardens is one of the largest private young gardens in London and would allow voter London to construct a tent. Large enough to adhere to social distancing rules fighter. London's CO founder. Michael Benson says. He's cautiously optimistic about his event happening. In the autumn you can read all these stories.
"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"We cannot is brought to you in association with Christie's Christie's with leading auction since hundred sixty six private sales and eater and welcome to the weekend. Not I'm bending. This week would have been so good Giga Week. With a major auction of impressionist modern and contemporary of in New York. Of course they've been postponed. The architect is by not online instead. A An explosion of digital initiatives and online galleries or viewing rooms followed the cancellation of fairs and the closure of auction houses in galleries over recent months to the corona virus. So this week we're looking at the predations of going digital for the art market. Are People Buying Online? How effective of the online initiatives we talked to Scott Rayburn who writes on the art market for the New York Times newspaper and our art. Market Editors Anna Brady Carrigan take us through some of the initiatives including the experience of the viewing room for freeze New York. Which closes today Fifteenth May? Also this week immolated. Lonely work series exploring art behind closed doors in museums. Rebecca SORTA the president of the Royal Academy in London tells us about symmetry by leeann spill yet before that a reminder that you can read the newspaper anywhere any time with our iphone and IPAD APP. Visit the APP store search for the newspaper and then you can still the free app if you were a subscriber..
"anna brady" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"When I was talking about how taper athletic is reporting. That the Raiders Relying Anna. Brady with lying. I guess it was a mutual. And if you'd asked me look you have Mariota Galore and a couple of these other guys are Brady is probably still try ready. Just for the hell of it. But by the WAY GALORE. They threw a party in Philadelphia when he left because he will drop see flops. Ikat and tell him what the hell but two year fifty million excuse me every single penny of that fifty million guaranteed and there's a full no trade so brady can get even more money and incentives which is great for him but is this a good move for Tampa Bay to bring in arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history. And even if you say he's not I will not accept an argument that he's not top three all right. We'll get to that in a second. But we have a main man Charlie in Hell's kitchen in Manhattan Charlie. I know Manhattan after and we know how crowded it is there and everybody on the subway. And everybody's in each other's business that they're getting hit hard and I guess it's only GonNa get worse. What are you hearing about National Guard and crackdowns and all that stuff? Oh yeah that's the. That's the talk of the town. I mean we're at the epicenter now. I think that based on the numbers Cuomo has staley talk about eleven o'clock every morning and Yeah there's talk of that happening. They they want to enforce even further shutdown. Just starting they're starting to close down. Although national preserves parks has too many people. Aren't I mean people want to get out and hiking? They're encouraging solo activity but they it's just Obviously preserves outside of the city but Yeah no it's it's bad. It's I mean it's never you walk down the street. There's no it's a ghost town scary scary stuff. I mean what do you do? You just They had a time. I guess you know the time I was calling. I wanted to a couple of days ago I told you I scratched half my head over the witten signing I spent the other half over the apple signing have no hair left a scratch for the Nelson Aguilera signing so and I just saw today Ally apple got six million dollars for one year which totally between him getting six million in whitten. Getting four million. I mean couldn't. They have gotten something better for ten million dollars. Apply for I mean just WanNa throw numbers together. I mean I know it's all in a vacuum and you mentioned it last week and I completely agree if feels like this is a Mackenzie still the GM. They just listen All due respect to all these athletes this sounds like they just signed a bunch of players through it against the wall and see what sticks. I'm I'm sort of baffled by a lot of these signings. Eli Apple hitting six million. He Stinks. I mean you know what I'm saying. I'm not trying to say thanks. But he stinks. I mean he was. I mean you know being a giants fan. I'm saying Raider Diehard Raider Fan but being here in New York I've seen them. We watched a lot of his games. He's not that good an inconsistent last year. I think he was hurt. Part of the year for for the saints and just I. I don't understand that signing it. All and yeah. I know. They pushed for Chris. Harris and Jones who wound up. I think going to the dolphins but I mean he cut your losses and then you. It seems like they just went and not even. I don't know anyway. You have any what what. What are your thoughts about all these signings? I think that it's sort of like if you if there was no salary cap right and you're like you want chase the wooden yeah. Why not? What about the AIGA apple? Yeah you know he was once touted. But you're right that's ten million less than we have to pay other is when I look around and see all the signings that have come in. It's funny how this Guy Livingston Littleton might be the best one. I didn't realize that he's blocked five kicks in his career to if he can block one though it'd be nice but it just goes to show you how desperate the raiders are right now and the good news is is hopefully Jonathan. Abram comes back on a percent. I saw that karl-josef laughed. He went to Cleveland. And I I mean I know you small small in stature but a hard hitter probably got hurt because of his heavy hitting. I would've rather had him over each from Dallas. I mean about. He's I mean I just know. He Played For Dallas most special teams guy. They also got the name the O'Reilly O'Leary he's a tight end that the bills cut and he's Jack. Nicholas grandson so I mean if if it's a depth piece that's also got another tight end. I mean it's just it's just weird. How now these guys all get cut and they rip up their contracts who cares and that can happen. I mean I'm sure you lies. Apple's deal is not guaranteed right. I don't think so. No so. Yeah this is wrapping up. Yeah I just seems like they said they just signed I thought I suppose I don't know I was. I was looking forward to some More looked better signings. I mean like I said Whitney daylights million dollars. I think it could have done something better Jordan. Someone that could have been more productive Unless you know and now the raiders are in the Nevada state tax issue. I figure being appealing place for a lot of free agents but I duNno I duNno. Just baffled by the what they're doing so far but listen I I I thought may I got a great draft last year I'M GONNA have faith in him. I but Going forward and but we'll see all right like I well. Yeah we'll see if the the last year's draft was beginner's luck or he actually knows what he's done. Yeah you're absolutely right right and the draft is going to be done online or on Or a studio. Obviously I can't have the draft as snoop was meant to be but I read somewhere they're going to have like on Just in the studio or Yeah you're you know I'll I will get into that next. How about that all right? I'll be all right take care. Thanks for the call Charlie. I really appreciate Y'all get into that. We go to break get into that and by the way Do you want to call in on the progressive phone line? It's eight hundred eight seven eight play. Get your quote on Progressive Dot com today It you know. It's funny as I said some people say. Oh it's bad optics turnout when the the NFL is going like business as usual. And they're acting like you know everyone. People are hoarding surgical masks and hand sanitizer and toilet paper and these guys. Are you know Tom Brady is getting fifty million guaranteed? Are we supposed to not sign? Guys I don't I don't think there's anything evil or nefarious about it to me. It's evil to sell toilet paper for one hundred dollars role that that's evil when you try to capitalize on it but you want the NFL. Just pretend like it doesn't exist and people will say like. Oh I hate the people say oh. We need our sports news. It helps US escape. What's wrong with that? What's wrong with saying that we're supposed to act like that? You know look. Sports is a good sideline to our normal lives. You know the things we think that are depressing or whatever. And that's why I said you know I. I never thought I would say this as a kid. 'cause that's such a football pigskin head but to me baseball season's my favorite season. Because it's every damn day every day even if your team has an off day because of travel there a bunch of other teams that are playing and there's some sort of intrigue and the new series coming up so there's nothing wrong with the NFL doing their business. And I like talking about it and we'll talk about that draft as Charlie mentioned on the other side. I'm Rick Tuttle. Come over.
"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"He's he's actually true that it's doomed to the corona virus shopped on. And they said well would really. I mean it's more that The two hundred and fifty water taxis who normally Roar up and down the canals in Venison. Not doing that much to take them. That cost eighty years to go from eighty. You know just around the block as it were and that means that the silt isn't being being being Turned up So that that you could say. His dude indirectly corona virus. The main reason why why why the water is clear. Is that these. The light is already very bright but it's still winter and so the tiny algae which the warmer weather calls to develop and suspended in the water haven't yet developed And that does is. It gives the water in Venice. It's kind of wonderful green. Opaque Green Surgeon. Green Look Just how that's completely seasonals. Got Nothing to do with Corona Virus It's not corona. The water is polluted. It's not not particularly polluted action so to return to the to the horrific an issue itself and at the moment in the UK. A there are lots of discussions about waves of the virus. You in Italy right in the heart of what appears to be the absolute worst of a wave. It is a you in Italy. They saying that it might come back again or is it yours everything to do with firefighting and dealing with the horror of the current moment. I honestly don't understand. What is it all because it seems to me that if we get to the third of April could be people. Were still about to get it. We all got on the side of April and start hugging each other again drinking in bars. And then the people who get it and they in fact they will start again. I I think I think you'd better better not paying attention. What I'm saying because I really don't know what I'm talking about but I get the feeling that most people don't really quite understand. Except possibly some vase facilitated virologists and they don't seem to agree among themselves now one of the things that's delighted people and amazed people given what's going on is is been seeing these spontaneous cultural events happening between the two in the flats. Have you experienced any of that Anna? Oh God I from one of my semi illicit walks and I came around corner and in the Squire on one side. There was a saxophonist and on the other. There's trumpeter and they were in dialogue with each other playing Billie holiday song it was absolutely it was it. It may cry but the same time we want to shout with George because They hit APPs to determine that they will get into to communicate and in a physical way not just online and people have been doing it all over the country it was originally a range as a kind of flash mall but they keep doing it. People go when they start singing and they they they put a loudspeaker often play. The Italian astronauts very loudly and on Sunday the Archbishop About Your said all the churches which ring their bells very loudly for accord for an hour just to break the silence and make us feel joined up as a community. So they're all a you know despite everything. There are hints that people are finding the connection to community that they perhaps haven't had for some time though that's what people are saying. There's a nice it will drake going around of You know a mom saying while the penalty well. I'm spending enough time with my family. You know that quite nice people. We're discovering each other. New Ways will be stay. Well thank you so much for talking to us. Thank you Ben. Bit later. We'll be hearing from Lisa movies in Shanghai but I hear a few of the top stories on our website the krona virus inevitably continues to dominate the newspapers. Reporting this week. It was out of the freeze. New York art fair has been canceled. Meanwhile museums and galleries across the UK slowly announce their closures the last of the national museums in London to shut its doors. Was the National Gallery whose long-planned Artemisia Genta Leschi exhibition due to open in April was also postponed indefinitely? National says it will go ahead at some point in the future. Meanwhile the art Basel Hong Kong Fair opened at least online and you can read a moment by moment account of the VIP viewing rooms experienced by art market editor. Anna Brady of your newspaper Dot Com beyond the corona virus crisis. Three paintings including a major work by Anthony Van dyck stolen from University of Oxford Gallery last weekend. Works by Salvator. Rosa Anabolic Recchi was stolen alongside van. Dyck's soldier on Horseback from Christ Church Picture Gallery on the fourteenth of March. You read only stores and find a wealth recommendations Virgil eltek submissions. Other focus and much more at the art.
"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Hello and welcome to the art newspaper curse. I'm Ben Luke. Thanks for listening in this first episode of Twenty Twenty. We're going to look at the year ahead I in the market and then in exhibitions Sion's before we begin. Just a reminder that you can sign up for a free monthly newsletter art market. I go to the art newspaper. Dot Com and click on the link at the top right of the page next newsletter will drop into your inbox on the thirtieth of January. Now delighted that the people behind that newsletter a here to talk about the year ahead in the art market. We the Anna Brady. Who's our art market editor? Hello Anna hallet them. And I'll deputy art market editor Margaret Carrigan. WHO's normally based in New York? But his here in London high. So let's let's begin. It is much easier to review the year in market as you did. Anna lost podcast Then to predict what's going to happen in the market but there are some clear themes that we can identify for. Let's talk about this ongoing and increasingly prominent issue which is how the art market responding to green shoes and to its massive carbon footprint. Do you WanNa give that yeah. I think it's really interesting because it's something we weren't even really talking about. I would say and say two thousand seventeen and the kind of mainstream in coverage of the art market and ready the large commercial galleries. I think ray just lost year. They actually started having to respond to these questions quite seriously and having to really think what. They're doing to try and redress balanced. Because as we all know flying to God knows how many Faz all over the world and taking a lot of wax them creates a huge carbon footprint as it would with any large event So I think a lot of them. It's starting to think about what they can do to scale back on that but for me it still feels like that still paying lip service to as and they're having to shave that they're thinking about is but you know mark glimpse of Pay Scotteri. He told us that whilst thinking about it he's base. He stopped flying. They won't stop going to these fares because they still the need to be there in person in his opinion. So I kinda wonder whether we're GONNA start seeing more of this sort of carbon offsetting so these galleries can afford T- T.. May well to stop throwing money at the problem. And paying sort of maybe making a thing of of paying large sums and two gay towards a Offsetting some of that launch cost rather than really changing much. In the way they did a slide from at an easing pay a copson nor easing much plastic. Nick Yeah I agree I think we you know a couple years ago. We started seeing a lot of artists making work responding to the climate crisis. And now I feel it can be really cynical. All their whole lot of people in the art trade that realizing that they want to represent these artists and keep their artists. Happy are like Oh yes. We're very concerned about this as well. But like like Anna said it is to a certain extent Just how the art market is bill. I honestly just play devil's advocate. The Art World in the art trade specifically are very small in in in the broader scheme of things and I think what what we are need to be talking about more is the industries st that kind of fuel the art trade which are the major money making industries that have the big carbon footprints. So I think what's going to be difficult for the art trade to overcome if they they really do want to take you know. Climate issues seriously. Is that their client base. Are The people buying the yachts taking the private jets. All these things like you can't change your clients necessarily Sahadi respond to that in real time and meet them where they are in different ways. This is Rudy fessing to what extent can can gallery Dictate terms to its client base. I mean are there any previous instances where you're conscious that Galleries would take. They can ethical lead in certain issues. I think thinking Conradi I think is kind of. I think it's quite interesting with the world because it's it's really it's it's quite left leaning. We like to think of left-leaning and a lot of these galleries trying to appeal the huge amount of talk about how to appeal to millennials because surveys began this huge wealth transfer So they need to be appealing. So worthy millennials. Well like Maggie and I really with a lot more cats and they need to be appealing to us in terms of what they're what the outwardly say but they might be left leaning ideologically but they're really quite rightly capital. Capitalism dependent hadn't as well so I don't think they can dictate terms or ethical values to their top end clubs. I I agree agree with that but then I also just want to offer an anecdote too. I think you were with me when we were in art. Basel last year We were at this party. A Golden Party and his artists told me that he had walked to Basel from somewhere in Austria because he was trying to reduce his carbon footprint. I I am so embarrassed to say that I laughed at him because I thought he was joking. And then he's like no no no no really I I did and I was like Oh crap we need to take like this. This is really going to change. Like he's doing got there as I'm part of the worst part of it because I was laughing I mean surely the the key factor in this is if we are to imagine a future world in which there are fewer flights being taken and fewer works being shipped the online provision needs to become more prominent right and is there any sense in which galleries are doing more online to as a kind of means of becoming more ecologically minded. Yeah I mean this this. This rise of the kind of online virtual viewing room that some of the galleries like Google and Houser houser wild. I think there hasn't been yeah severe doing these virtual being rooms online during fairs. I didn't know that that has anything to do with cutting back on a carbon footprint. I think it's just another south platform. So let's talk about a major fair. That's coming up on the rails which is freeze Los Angeles where where do we see freeze fitting into the ecosystem of the fares. Maggie and what is it doing in order A to propel itself up onto that higher echelon of I think freeze is a really interesting case. Study Right now because obviously there over the past several years. There's there's been a lot of resistance to the traditional fair model a lot of galleries saying that. It's it's not sustainable financially and wanting to find alternatives to that I don't know that freeze has drastically moved the needle on that In fact is open. You know freeze. La last year as second edition What we're seeing this year here though is They are trying to think build it into more of a entertainment slash media slash event Platform form a lot of that has to do with you. Know their new ownership stake which is endeavor based in L. A.. And working in meat across media things like that so that seems a logical move for them as they move forward but then with that comes new new kind of terms and It's a different playing field in LA. And I think we're seeing that mirrored especially this year with their crackdown on exhibitors exhibiting across fares. Generally there's been this kind of turn in a blind eye thing to galleries that want to participate in more than one fair. You see this at freeze London UC mini galleries participating in different fares across the city. Because there's so many going on you saw especially in New York last year where I think about ten percent of all freeze exhibitors were also exhibiting at tough off New York And then all of a sudden there is zero overlap in between Felix the other upstart fair in La and A lot of that has to do with freeze kind of saying look we WANNA take over this market. We've got a plan to do it. Here's how we got to do it. You gotta be you gotTa be on side with us to that end. Ah there are a lot of larger art. Basel is one of them. That does kind of keep a watch on and does ask galleries to refrain from participating in other fares but there are a lot of fairs that still do not ask that or if galleries do they just kind of like let it lie or maybe have like a backseat conversation. Later on me like you know if you can again again So I think it's really interesting the IT. It's so kind of clearly marked this time around what that means for freeze going forward is I think they're going to try. And you really take a a stronger. Lead within L. A. and further is that market professionalize is because it is still is a small kind of community artists and and dealer is Globally speaking but it has a lot of ways an interest behind it that I think that It's a smart move for freeze but it could. It actually proved difficult for exhibitors especially local ones. When I mean the question that comes to my mind is isn't freeze assuming that that it has a a sort of well of trust from its dealers in order to be able to begin enforcing this interesting in terms of the power balance? I think I think there's always a sort of slightly strain sort of power dynamic between fair organiser and exhibitor particularly when these galleries a really powerful that really debate as well. And there's a bit of a tussle. I was sent between them. So four fair to be outwardly telling mix it's exhibitors what to do is interesting and also I'll say what was the question about whether he was declined for not fair as well you know. Are they all the galleries their clients or visitors that clients and in this case of the galleries client. You'll sort of telling your client what they can't really do but it's interesting you do i. Do you want with results as well. Whether you from assistant sort of perspective you see the hand of Endeavour much more clearly when it comes to freeze the need in New York. London like I feel like that's endeavors fair. So it's their local market right saying the the game this sort of pulling rank a bit more in La. Absolutely okay. And I think it actually for me. I think it is really interesting to watch because I as I said more galleries fight against the traditional fair model if they they are able to leverage this into a more multi disciplinary platform especially as there's been a lot of attention also paid to Oh experiential artworks and performance and they're blending that with film. They haven't new filmmaker award this year as well for freeze. La I think we're seeing this diversification in what it means to the present art to a large audience through what their business plan and I. I'm kind of curious to see what happens. I'm intrigued by that. Because these he's automatically forums for selling out it's a trade fair. So what does that experience you more experience you. Experience that diversification of media actually do do for the galleries for the clans is more about showing off what they do then than selling these days is that is that is that the argument that fares shifting. What they're actually full? Let's tough question I would say. I think that we're trying to figure out what exactly it's doing That's the real time question mm-hmm overall I am. This is purely my opinion but I think it's just kind of mirroring other major retail detail kind of Branding strategies especially these here in fashion and whatnot like just doing the big pop up event that draws people that gets people involved solved then you can kind of sell a bunch off the back end of that as far as I say it's like the flip side to the online the growth of online as well. You have to provide something thing to make it worthwhile to take your flights to go and see these fast as well and yes they are trade fairs but they never liked to admit that eight fast but these are trade fairs in central purposes still to sell off because they caused a hell of a lot of money to do as well so people need to sell things but for for the past decade eight also because such competition machine these fares and also because of people like us because of journalists..
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"Because certainly in France and they haven't gotten in Paris this particular haven't got the same active art school population even got the same kind of situation against it. Even though our students now being bedecked bedecked with fees there still is a much livelier kind of grassroots arts. In London I would argue. Think say this more obstacles here also going to talk about how difficult it is to be an artist now compared compared with the ninety s because it really is I mean just. The practical sums is much harder nevertheless. It seems like it's even more expensive in Paris. I think it's incredibly expensive. Very hard to be self employed. The taxes are very high Rents are very high. It interesting to to be frank that Germany has never made it easier or done more to stimulate simulated thought market. That's the one. I never never understand Jeremy. It should be winning. I really do mystery. I mean going back right the UK in terms of our market afterwards. Some people are saying that brexit could present an opportunity for us to oversee strike as you say depends on what we do attacks but also in terms of you know. I'll trade deals with other countries as well and at the moment according to eight. H E all sales of art and antiques and easy to taxation your body in the UK Yup zero in two thousand eighteen their fingers with it we sold to save a two hundred million pounds. Sounds worth t the EU but we sold four point nine billion to an outside the EU and the US and Asia are massive markets. When it comes comes through to art and antiques culturally ideologically? I think it goes against much of the art world as well speaking out against it but unfortunately from my personal view might be that it could benefit the market if they face strike positive deals. Yeah and if there isn't a hard border because if it's a very hard boarder thing that would be a disaster for the middle and smaller galleries with us. The things that the middle together and gets already these doctors Who are not? We're talking very much at the high end. And it's not than they'll be narrow Soviets as we've seen they're very nimble they can maneuver themselves into being in the best place and they can afford to but it stays UK ideas he deal You know in the Middle Market is whether an author antics. They're having a really really tough time because they're all say sending to the people trying to sell to the people who really feeling feeling the pinch to now so for them and again we talked about the distance between this little very top-end and the Middle Lawson. It's another the reason why that they need. And even more okay. Well we're GONNA take a quick break and we'll be back talking more about the year in review of this in January bottoms. The recent opening of its new offices in downtown San Francisco by stating excelling exhibition trail. 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Anna Brady me Jay Morris and Louisa Buck Doc and we're going to begin this section but talking about probably the most shocking heritage story of the year which I'll take us back to the fifteenth of April and about seven pm pm here in the UK. twitter feed started filling up with images of not to dom on fire Jane. You'll memories evening. Well I think I was actually in the pub and I remember looking at my phone and this point you couldn't see the flames. You could just see all this black smoke and when you put the sound on you could just hear all these people just going. Oh Aw all around us and you realize because it's just some little feigned. How many people must be there No I mean I mean initially I guess you think Oh it's the roof but maybe we may be the rest of it will stand but very quickly. They started to say that it might not be saved. And the idea that Notre Dame could fall is truly shocking the heart and soul of the Paris and also you kind of funk but they must be able to put it out surely put out reservoir mentally complex addressing. This kind of situation is I do want to say that does seem to me. Always when some historic building is being refurbished. This is when it happens. One thinks you know Glasgow art school. It was how its final touches put on the bill does also still in there. And I'm thinking of Landon on that. The state we had eighteen inches eight to him and sorry again. The builders were in it was being refurbished. Battersea Arts Center not an always seems to be when when this refurbishing work going on. I mean there must be some kind of lesson to be learned please. You building projects at museums across the world sort of holding their breath about this. Yes that that you knew that I suppose one of the things that really interests me about this subject is it's not new sorts of other interesting aspects of heritage and all in the sense that there was a battle of the billionaires is really quickly to from Jay Newton it was it was sort of pissing contest between the major donors to this project should should we talk about out to our great private museum in that Tain. Yeah exactly what it was like wasn't terrace. I forget which way round it was but one one day one one is two hundred billion years the next probably two hundred million years. I mean I have no idea if these bills have one does wonder But yeah I mean sudden there. Was this great sort sort of outpouring of of people who are going to fund this project. I mean I think I think the the problem of course is that we're still not sure. Are we about whether or not I mean if there was this great sort of sense of joy that oh it's going to stand its gain to stand but now when not really say shore are we so so I think the Jewish very much house on what this might eventually o'clock I mean do we have any evidence that rebuilding in the form of pastiches. w-works Jane. Well it's constant debate isn't it. I mean we saw it in many places faces across Europe and you can understand why you can understand why Dresden why they wanted to rebuild dressed looking like Dresden will saw the same Many cities across Europe Webb Sixty in Germany web cities were police. Parts of cities were recreated in the way they had been. I think it was a bit of discussion about some more successful than others. It's done dont I mean surely not too dumb it's been so well-documented so meticulously documented. It would make sense to restore it to pretty much as it was before before it went up in flames as they did Glasgow School Lavar because there are clinic architectural gems and there's a sense in the context for the poor bits of survived. If there's some sort of a strange postmodern sort of riff on it all starts look a bit scary indeed immediately dated so I would say meticulously restored to its previous state. Yeah I think agree. Take an almost human character as well. I think that that was kind of dumb. is almost like this offer. But it's almost like watching a grandmother burning down at. I think it was. It was interesting that the response wants knee outpouring of grief about it was very much because people see it as a as a source of human. Yeah and fifteen hundred years or so more of people worshiping there. It's not it's it's not something too lightly give up indeed is. It was a rare moment on twitter where there was a general consensus about something being one thing or another without within a few hours. People were saying boy. Don't people care about people as much as care about this building in Paris but that's another story 'em let's move onto a wall. Is it as good a new story as it's being presented rented. I'm going to talk about the very much greater prominence of women artists in museums. Now I think that's been an arguable thing that we've seen certainly in London. This Zia for instance and seems to be a global phenomenon and the crescendo has been gathering. I mean it was last year it was. I mean the deal was seen in by two great shows the Hill of Clinton at the the The GUGGENHEIM fantastic Swedish. Visionary Artists Pioneering Abstractions but very strange or Cain work the highest. Attendance wants figures ever And then any Alba's at tate modern again you know. She was overshadowed by her by her bow. Bow House husband not allowed not allowed to join. The painting. School became a textile. Hello artists instead resoundingly successful show again packing in many many people and then into the whole year then we had really Krosno living color at the Barbican. A fantastic picture overshadowed by Jackson pollock. And then you res- actually. She was as good. I would say actually roll. The better artists isn't Jackson. pollock menu respects. Dora Maar overshadowed by. Picasso's has some not such great artists Picasso but nonetheless. A fantastic surrealist photographer. I mean I could go on. And then of course the wonderful wonderful show of bridget riley the hey she's going to There was also Elizabeth Peyton at the National Portrait Gallery with with the historical collections. As well a great show Cindy Sherman. I mean many many great female email Alta shows and moving on into the into into next year. The Role Academy is going to have more shows by women than by men. Hit catching up to do on that front. So there is. He's very much. The sense of institutions museums Titan are making a real concerted effort only t t to really build up the female collections. Baltimore Museum of Art. She said in two hundred twenty twenty. They're only going to acquire works out as they are still I think except quite a lot of male padden style. Donations from rich donors so institution. Things are going well but when one looks across lose the market when artists leaving art schools Mount Mount of female students graduating then go onto become practicing artists the representation of the galleries salaries. It's a very different story. So let's get. Let's dig down into that to that very different story than because there was a there was important survey published early this year off Ornette and in other words which which in a sense gave the lie to this perception of greater prominence for women in in certainly in terms of US museums. Liam's Jane. Yeah I think they. They found the eleven percent. They they survey twenty six major museums. And they found that eleven percent of acquisitions and fourteen percent of Solo relationships had been devoted to women artists. I presume they've taken group shows. I'm guessing out of the must've done taken. Shays out of that figure. But they also said the peak in terms of acquisitions was in two thousand ten. Now I think acquisitions is a bit of a tricky one because as we've just touched on because artists now so expensive. The vast majority of art comes in by gifts Not by museums spending their own money or it comes in with the we see museums gaming around the offense out fast with their patrons but to quite a large extent..
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"Thanks thanks for. Listening is our review. The year show will try and make sense of another crazy year in the art world. andled around to do that. I'm joined by Anna Brady era market editor. Hallo Anna Halley and by J Morris Former editor of the newspaper now one of our editors at large hello and Louisa Buck are contemporary correspondent. Hallo I thought we begin by talking about a subject who's actually been moved moving on in the last couple of days which is the idea of colonial restitution particularly relating to France. Jane you've been following this story. Yeah yeah well I space. The latest news is that the French Minister of Culture has reaffirmed that they will return twenty-six objects to Benin. I think in time for the new museum. That's being planned. Which I think is planned for twenty twenty one But this is a back on the back of a big report that came out. Last year it was commissioned at the behest of President Macron. We Might WanNa talk about that because it is quite interesting that data. We'd be quite so happy here. If Boris Johnson started commissioning reports on behalf of British museums and indeed they all happy in France either But but basically a very important report was commissioned this is the Savoy Saul reports this this time last year we did a big pot on it looks. Fanfare was in yes absolutely and it had a very strong recommendation of the return of colonial era objects now for those who are new to this subject newish to this subject. This has been a kind of running sore for twenty years. I would say good fifteen years ago. There was a big flurry around it in the UK that sort of came to nothing well not entirely nothing movement was made on human remains particularly But less so on art objects so so basically this report recommended very large scale restitution probably most controversially. It recommended that museums have to prove that they hold hold objects lawfully which is not the standard that's required for Nazi loot so it's gone from one extreme in a way to another. which is there's always been an issue? Wi- why is Nazi loot treated like this but colonial era wars and massacres and punitive raids and so forth. Why they treated it differently so the the academics have done this report? And basically said the presumption should be that museums have to prove the ship and they should return everything however this requires a change in the French law just as it would do here and it would do in most other European countries unsurprisingly. The French parliament doesn't look like that keen to pass ost this law and there is no doubt that there will be opposition while the opposition amongst many French museums. Nevertheless I think it's fair to say stay on this group. May well agree. But it's fair to say I think the tide is turning. I think they're all classes of objects held in our museums that it is incredibly hard to defend an IT rather ill behoves museums to defend and I would expect to see some movement and I think it was very significant that harmless Dogo the German director of the humble symbol for him. which is opening hopefully impelling next year? He's already said that. We all got to expect restitutions from Germany. The Dutch are very busy. Organizing A and it looks like they will start sending things back And I'm as I say. Apart from this twenty six I would expect to see further restitutions out of France. The question is what's going to happen here. Come you see the spectrum elegant coming out of the ether. Yeah I mean it's an interesting one. That one doesn't because it's never quite got. I think the kind of visceral problems of forehand of seemed to be the kind of precursor to the ASS conversations. Yes and of course I mean it may do I mean the LVN slash Parthenon Marbles. Apple's depending on where you sit on the argument Doesn't really go away. I mean this kind of a market us back to this as well which I don't know if you've been following Anna but the it looks it's like Europe is bringing in increasingly strict regulation on objects including African objects that potentially loot now while that doesn't directly Klay Affect museums as it gets tighter and tighter and tighter around ought dealers to prove that they're objects aren't looted. It's going to make an even greater contrast trust between what's held in museums. What's allowed to be freely traded? You mean on this. The new E U Legislation about the import license. Yes way you have to sort of prove we've come from somewhere that's a conflict saying yes as well that you have to be able to prove how effort country and have paper trail yes. She's a lot of antiques. Antiques do not have a paper trail for two hundred years ago and they left exactly and this is again. It's it's doing something rather similar. which is I if my understanding which is it starting to put more more onus on the people who hold the objects or trade the objects to show that they have them lawfully yes? How quickly do we think that museums of moving? You'll miss. Was I think one of the things. I've perceived as a non expert in this field and just dipping in here in a is that there are certain museum people who seem quite active. Who seem to? Actually she want to deal with this issue and others who were sort of always very complex you know. There's this legislation to pass their these rules. The museum has what's your perception combat. How quickly and how much they actually grasping the nettle? I think there's probably a lot of museum staff who think that object should be returned. I certainly think in the UK a lot of local authority museums. They usually speak with the convenience of not actually holding many of these objects Once you get to the level of the big museums that hold the object Jack. So we're talking the British Museum which took in K Brownlee with talking the metropolitan in New York. We're talking Berlin. Were talking Liden Drake's museum so forth in the Netherlands museums colonial past or museums. Like the Matt that we're rich enough to go and buy a lot of these objects Trustees and senior staff there I think are actually quite resistant to think a generational thing as well because the Russian curator more keen to hang onto stuff that they've lovingly curated. Not so it it it word about the it could be and I think also that was very interesting. When Absa Sweep left the British Museum she was one of the trustees one of the reasons she gave? Everyone focused on B.. But actually actually one of the reasons she gave was the British Museum stance on restitution and as we've mentioned in previous discussions. This did seem to take the British Museum Trustees by surprise and I I do wonder if that's to do with the fact that most of them are lost them in their sixties seventies and so forth and come from particular generation that was generally anti return. Todd all so it is a product of a sort of nationalism abroad or identity politics. I think quite a lot of us now. Beginning to think that this is more a question of sort of justice really. Yeah and it's interesting to be the subject of generations. The idea that there are different attitudes across generations. Something that taps into another subject that we wanted to discuss which is sponsorship The support of individuals museums. Because it seems to me this is an area where that is absolutely the case. Let's take EP sponsorship. It seems to me that there is a very strong ground. Swell among the people who are likely to be very big supporters of extinction rebellion for instance and veteran Berg who are actively wanting fossil fuel sponsorship out of museums but there is an old guard that is actively at the moment supporting them. Not even such no. God I mean just in hunt the. VNA's putting he's toes in about sackler not be but you know there is a sense of some people feeling that is a good artist. Great Good to art scene public public. Money's is dwindling. Private money has found all monies dirty up to a point but I think now in the current climate particularly with the whole issue around environmental emergency and global global warming the it's very hard to justify the BP sponsorship and people say go go go. Protested don't protest against the organizations that sponsor Ashley will offset. That didn't say yes he did but then that was. That was a few years ago. I do think the debate has really moved on. I think the the anti is being up to the with the extinction. Rebellion demonstrations business. Everyone's consciousness the weather changing. We'll much more aware of it. I think that the I mean this this question. Isn't it always about at what point does taking money from sauce X.. Six start to dent your reputation seriously dental reputation. It's hard I think to see that. BP will say San Clemente doesn't then to museums reputation. I mean and I do feel sorry for the museum sometimes. It is difficult to raise large sums of money off anyone at the moment. Corporate sponsorship has been generally difficult for quite right long time and yeah but I think that it's it doesn't look great to have pre K.. Protesters in the middle of museums on these kind of subjects. When the Oughta what is start to protest the interesting thing about cycler I mean now we all know about purdue Pharma and an Oxycontin and nears? It's a massive scandal but you know non goldens. Pin Dan prescription diction intervention. Now her organization that she set up their demonstrations the fact that it was predominantly artists. They did very good. Visually arresting demonstrations in the GUGGENHEIM. I'm sure how to major effect in Guggenheim withdrawing that that support is sponsorship. I mean lying down having a dine in Vienna and sculpturing round blood-soaked dollar bills. Let's see what it does with the Vienna do once. The artists ought to protest likewise also the artis protesting with a B P R hume making electoral petition of eminent artists against BP sponsorship National Portrait Gallery Sponsorship to be Portrait Award yet. satiny attracted more attention. I N PG national portrait career quite trying to let not just with our because they've got the major refurbishment taking place. But I mean it is difficult. You're quite right Jane. I mean you know it's very well everybody's get on their high horses. Woman looks at many many of the names of many of the gallery doors. Even the recent ones dig into their share portfolio. I wouldn't really want to look too closely and I think the arguments that the counter narrative of course is that it's not. Don't just the trustees I mean I asked a number of museum directors. This only the Science Museum said that they had surveyed some of their their visitors There is limited wanted evidence that the vast majority visitors up all those tool so there is a feeling among some the museum. Well that this is a small noisy minority now now obviously if you're dealing with contemporary art and contemporary artists. I think it is difficult to be putting on shows where people are talking about inequality climate change issues. He's like that and then taking sponsors like BP. But I mean. I can see some museums deciding that. That isn't such a big issue for them. I think in the contempt amongst the contemporary art museums. Extremely difficult I think again. It's it's it's the whole profile thing. I mean the organization be not be was certainly part of why why they're all royal. Shakespeare Company decided not be ship because they got fed up with these people bobbing up every performance and making protests. And I think it is very problematic when when these do things thrown into people's faces and good thing to I would say yeah I think also there's greater organization and we had somebody from culture on stained on the podcast long ago. Who just worth and she was she? She spoke very very interesting that you talked about the visual representations that they have at least protests this is not a random group of young people making a big noise is. He's a very large college gatherings of people with with very powerful conviction and tremendous organization and also they are in touch with stakeholders. They are absolutely in touch touch with the artist. Gary humes letter came through culture unstained consultancy took to advise people to how to protest. And I think also you know. We live in Instagram Selfie Selfie Age and you next billions big pink boat coach class climate. Emergency a woman walking in to the Turbine Hall in a in a tough across coat living gross coat on a white horse in the turbine who was a massively arresting image now of course as deep proper issues and well argued statistics an X Y and Z. But the fact you have these amazing using images in this kind of mobilization I think is really crucial. There's all sorts of ethical issues that are emerging in across the world with the issue in the. US is much more around around around. Individuals worn candidates the most famous example. The Whitney Museum Jane How do you think that works in terms of anybody being able to effect change because some individuals birthdays companies is more difficult to sort of locate targets. Anyway I'm not sure I mean. I think America's sharing the Tam activists when they're organized stowe quite able to locate wherever they choose because most of the super wealthy some details not everything by any stretch. You know details of where. The bulk of their wealth. Wealth comes is to some extent known. And I think what we've seen in New York particularly And it's a question about whether it's going to transfer here And and to other places saqlain would suggest that it might if people continue to organize in this way but New York has shown that I it was candice. He ends a company cool safari land which manufactures security objects. So it's It's tear gas handcuffs rubber bullets things like that. We're not saying it's an arms manufacturer on your fracture like say Raytheon is Obey systems are obviously arms. My arms manufacturers Anyway so he was targeted this year. That was the big stories very much of this year. But there's a long list of trustees reffing Stephen Tanenbaum Moma's well so you've got the sense again. Also again of artists..
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"WFAN WFAN FM New York Saleh kind of back on the fan eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six okay a lot to get to hear it even gets the rest of we twelve we did the giants and jets will do that with plenty of time to get the bonus our the bonus on our is is in the books here I just got a text from from one web he said something about Yankee underwear eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six although picture there is not Anthony Reaver always get back to the calls Jeff is in Fairview with Jeff our our good Jeff or you will tipped off about this boat fumbled going now it should be three hall of fame quarterbacks in the playoffs so it will all pay Marion and Tom Brady and he probably should be paying man into thousand line this show green don't get hurt I think of the brokerage on the second half of the second plate and I feel if we win that I still if each show green the garlic we win that game when we go on to beat your letters falcons easily will better you guys in one thousand among what what years this is all around two thousand nine when you're just for for the call from Shawn green broken ribs in the second half second quite affect me out I believe this show green the falcons warning that civil what do you mean one million one of five professional ball for the reminder time none of the falcons made the Super Bowl in a couple years ago we lost to the patriots because I know that I'm not a virgin in your they will road to ever live no no no no no fifty one ninety eight maybe thinking about with the jets could play the falcons in this who bought out at night yeah yeah that was at five but that was a good okay but anyway well I'm tired of it which is what do you think the Victor cosplay that killed the jets in two thousand eleven what I did which is what stop all formal they're losing intimate or gave him well when you were bad but we have a twenty six we whatever was twenty almost a hundred percent wars and it matters as a matter of fact yeah I think the D. both formal is highly like over blown I never thought I was really and thanks for the call I never thought it was really I mean I was kind of it joking before too mystical radio dot com rewind and check it out well what time is that maybe two o'clock I know I was we won twenty we did that he's I'm forgetting Tom flying here anyway just go back because of the whole show and you'll find it somewhere in there I was just joking around doing a parody about you know JFK a November twenty second slash font formal November twenty second I honestly don't think that that play was a big as big a deal is everybody makes it seem I mean it was an old we play don't get me wrong but they make always the worst player ever in the NFL and the jets got their rear ends kicked that day anyway who cares angels try to make a play slip ran the offense of linemen it happens the board fumble the ball for my my right I'm sick of even hearing that term so I'm with you I do think it's overblown if you ask me which is a bigger all blunder the **** fumble or blowing a twenty to three lead late third quarter of a Super Bowl on anything at the answer that I mean obviously it's the Superbowl dogs in Ronkonkoma what's up Doug okay is there any chance of this writer meant when he said Gina stand alone Adam like only the first time that our guys because he really is the only sure first ballot guide this year I mean the next stop is out I'm so sorry on all and body a break you went on who has eight hundred on the I. seasons and no one ever think Sam I think he's close but not the first time and she is a stand alone he's he's not talking about he's talking about he voted only for Derek Jeter not the first time you guys his ballot on his two thousand twenty ballot hall of fame ballot Anthony reaper of Newsday voted only for Derek Jeter because he believe Jeter deserves to be alone and he's quite in all I know is the best at his position he was not the best at any one thing he was just so very good and everything he should be unanimous but he is a need to be the only guy on there there are all the whole I don't think in the end that in as many days yeah that'd be anonymous because so many votes are made public and people don't want to be embarrassed and maybe I mean maybe you're right about that thanks for the call dog will it's I mean it's happening now now that it's happened with Rivera there is some thought process out there that may be the writers who for years and wanted Amin forcefully but for years and want to make anybody unanimous maybe now that Rivera was the first ever unanimous guy now and maybe others will follow suit okay will not that big of a deal once you broke the mold but the idea that a guy who voted for nine people last year nine all the ballots different but still be voted for nine people last year is now only voting for one this year some of them have to be the same I mean I gotta find out specifically who the nine more a year ago and I know the ballots later this year I I disagree with you about Soriano Anna Brady why don't they give those guys all saves you could look at a breeze numbers he's called era Bobby Bray is not a whole thing I'm sorry just watching him you could tell I think you can make an argument a good argument for Scott Rolen I think showing is a sure fire hall of fame I don't think this gal is as I mentioned how do you make an argument for Walker I wouldn't voted for him I think Wagner is I mean we're leaving out Manny Ramirez because clearly the PD stuff how much of a factor was that with him I think you can make arguments for certain guys on here Jeff can Jeter we know where we know we should be unanimous but the only guy on the ballot that's their stuff to take Sainte Iago was in Kearney was up San Diego thank you so much well listen I want to play baseball my life I don't understand what people talk about previous stuff I put in my in my opinion Bon bons he's the best player ever server that I saw in my life agreed gold and I don't understand how society the I mean in my view I think everybody Bertha because people like to judge so much this guy was a complete player I mean everything I was good at everything like the older closely or when a bother it would you want a player to handle himself right they move like global well it was not like a player that you press the weight comma people have to stop us they're all these were I could use all I mean it is a little bit about I understand all these writers you know very well that it take over the world from these people and make the band both the players into the hole for a change yeah I mean what the fans old for the all star game a sandy I'll go and thanks for the call I want the fans over the also game I will say though that baseball should crackdown and you guys in there that can be taken seriously I'm looking at it now eight the reverse this guy I mean we were in a maybe a nice guy I don't know him personally so I feel a little bit bad picking on him but he deserves it after his car to bonds climb means a voted for Edgar so obviously Edgar got in you have to give me a minute here because this pop ups keep coming up I have to keep refreshing Mussina had eight Ebola for Pat it he voted for Clemens Amir is Marianna this scale these these older guys you voted for last year all these guys they're storm about this year's so what happened there's this exact one on a pop up here so the same guy into the river of Newsday the same guy that said he only wants Derek Jeter only gonna open Arjuna because he deserves to stand alone his own day that ballot one one guy Derek Jeter what to do thousand twenty about his vality your go bonds Clemens Edgar who's in we see news in that it there is showing the scale six of the nine guys you voted for last year six are on the ballot so he chose to know he voted for six guys last year full frame the same guys on the ballot this year a year later and easily holding for one and Derek Jeter leave those six that you put on there last year all that's criminal I mean stay all the whole families are they nobody's debating Jeter should be unanimous all family all agreement there but he needs to be all alone you bought it I mean you voted for six other guys last year and now you're not looking for a home Tom in north Brunswick without Tom okay if somebody's writer is they just want I just want to get the name that's all I just want to they are laughter not know what they're doing well I mean you know what you eat you know always ride several years ago and I know a lot of people think he is by Carlos Delgado you look as curry had monster years the at a tremendous anything he didn't get five percent of what which is shocking Indian get five percent of the vote now I don't yeah I'm not I'm waiters years I mean it's unbelievable how good he was but I don't know they targeted steroids are but I I'm sure someone that maybe some yeah but I mean like the media the media like him yeah but anyway real quick guide you know I guess not you go on the World Series any sign Chasen Shreve cheese how have you heard anything or they got affection ball R. why you're gonna be another another god I just sent it saying the right thing but number two one I I believe Tom that they will look to address the bull pen and thank you for the call of the minutes of the time talking about the Mets signing Chasen Shreve to a minor league deal former Yankee Chasen Shreve that's not the move that they need in the bull pen here's the big concern I do think though at least an arm in the bull pen maybe two and they're still trying to figure out how they're going to do that are they gonna keep Lugo there or move or the rotation and enable panel they got to figure out how they're going to build the rest of the team will money's left over all those different things obviously still thought process here but here's the biggest factor that you need to know it sounds like they are relying heavily on both Theresa Millia and it would be as for bounce back years and D. as as the clothes and I think that that's a huge mistake I don't think that either of those guys are going to be what they thought they would be prior to last year eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six more calls on the other side salad out on the fan do you still go.
"anna brady" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Like family environment, and let's with their kids and everything it would be good. If all of us could live that kind of family life. The museum reopened today with free admission the gravesite will open to the public tomorrow at Texas AM, Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD police in Anna say the suspect in a shooting. We told you about yesterday has been taken into custody, then got him in Kansas City, Missouri. Twenty-year-old a Benito Gutierrez was taken into custody without incident. Police say he suspected of shooting Twenty-three-year-old Gavin Radi in the Avery point. Subdivision of Anna Brady has undergone surgery is now listed in good condition. So we all hate getting those annoying robo calls. So the state of Texas has joined an effort to stop them. We can more on that from Carolis Kristen myself. The attorney general Ken Paxton is working with other attorneys general from forty states as they review the technology currently being used to fight these robo calls. The group is working to learn more about methods of reducing the unwanted calls and they'll determine what recommendation should then be made to the FCC. Paxton says robo calls are a nuisance and an invasion of privacy. Kristen Wisel NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Jury could decide later today if a former southlake swim coach is guilty of negligence and the Browning death of a student that former Carroll ISD, swim Dutch, Tracy and boy, charged with abandonment and endangering a child by criminal negligence in the death of thirteen-year-old e Lisa Rami? She drowned during swim practice in June of two thousand sixteen prosecutors used surveillance video they say shows Boyd was not properly supervising ceramic to ensure her safety several other swim coaches testified four Boyd is saying that Browning was a tragic accident and not negligence of North Texas, cities or..
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"We have wrought youth throughout the day here on KRLD police in Anna now say the suspect in an early morning shooting has been captured in Kansas City, Missouri. Twenty year old Benito Gutierrez taken into custody without incident. Police say he's suspected of shooting Twenty-three-year-old Gavin Brady in the Avery point. Subdivision of Anna Brady has undergone surgery and is now listed in good condition. Scientists believe they finally figured out the domino effect that led to the largest mass extinction in the history of earth. It's known as the great dying at wiped out ninety percent of the sea life and more than two thirds of the species on land two hundred fifty million years ago. A new study out today in the journal science surmises that massive volcanic eruptions lead ocean temperatures to rise by about twenty degrees. That sucked all the oxygen out of the seawater which killed most of the marine life, and what the marine life gone a lot of creatures on land vanished as well. Researchers in Australia claim they've developed a test that can detect the presence of cancer cells in the body in just ten minutes. Dr Lynne, Lipton filled chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society here in Atlanta says not so fast in reality. It's it's got a long way to go until we can use as a cancer detection test. Researchers say this cheap and simple test uses a color changing fluid to reveal the presence of malignant cells anywhere in the body Lipton filled says detecting cancer early is key Sabrina Cupet for CBS news Atlanta, more news for medicine. Your apple watch can outlet. You know, if you have an abnormal heart rhythm, that's among a couple of previously announced. Features launched today by apple the heartbeat monitor is available on all apple watch models. There's also a new EKG feature. But that one is only on the newest apple watch the series four. So all approved by the FDA, but apple is stressing. It's watch cannot detect a heart attack. KRLD news time seven twenty four. And it's time to check your money stocks were mixed at the end of a very volatile thirsty session. The Dow Jones industrials fell seventy nine points or a third of a percent twenty four thousand nine forty seven. The NASDAQ gained twenty nine points or four tenths percent the s and p five hundred closed four points or a tenth of a percent lower. There was positive earnings news from the tech sector after the market closed broadcom's adjusted profit topped forecasts private firms continued to increase their workforce's though the pace of hiring last month was smaller than expected ADP says one hundred seventy nine thousand private sector jobs were added in November. There were fewer new faces on the unemployment lines last week the Labor Department counted two hundred thirty one thousand initial applications for benefits four thousand fewer than the prior week mortgage..
"anna brady" Discussed on WTMA
"Wonder if there isn't some sort of symbolism there the two of them live in the same town and if the coaches the third man out when it comes to this because that elajez the third man out it definitely in this however the coaches the most important person in this particular scenario and cramped smart enough to know that yeah i raised by night anna brady's an athlete brady has always been coup of radio brady has gotten creepy in the last couple of years how some they he's he's taste taken up with this this guy that is supposedly a health guru who has infiltrated his mind and uh has been hanging around a locker room of influencing other players who is the guy and i know i forgot his name off the top of my head i try not as a patriots fan i try not to think about him so you mean weightier the of a guy in the law decried the guy i mean in a brady brady you know suddenly brady playing at forty he he he's doing it with the some type of a special mixture of hot foods and i don't know i it's the coming cultlike it's becoming um it's a little bit over the top so and and and here's the thing what happens with quarterbacks and big superstars and sports is they don't know when to quit and you've got go a check is thinking about the future of the team and they had this hot backup quarterback road i the name of jimmy garoppolo andrew word is is that brady wanted him out because britain wants to hang around and other five years which is almost impossible sabella check is look into the future and they wound up trading the guy uh craft reportedly got in craft loves brady like a son he is which is not a good.
"anna brady" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Wonder if there isn't some sort of symbolism there the two of them live in the same town and if the coaches a third man out when it comes to this cause but alledges the third man out it in this however the coaches the most important person in this particular scenario and cramped smart enough to know that yeah i raised by night anna brady's an athlete brady has always been cool the radio brady has gotten creepy in the last couple of years house on um by he's he's taste taken up with this this guy that is supposedly a health guru who has infiltrated his mind and has been hanging around a locker room of influencing other players who is the guy and i know that i i forgot his name off the top of my head there uh i try not as a patriots fan i try not to think about him so you mean more eighty you're the bad guy in the water guy the guy i mean in a a brady brady you know suddenly brady playing at forty eight he's doing it with the some type of a special mixture of hot smooth i don't know i it's becoming coatlike it's becoming um uh it's a little bit over the top so uh and and and here's the thing what happens with quarterbacks uh and and big superstars and sports is they don't know when to quit angie guy the go a check is thinking about the future of the team and they had this hot backup quarterback by the name of jimmy garoppolo andrey word is his that brady wanted him out because greater wants to hang around another five years which is almost impossible sabella check is look into the future and they wound up trading the guide uh craft reportedly got in craft loves brady lycra son yes uh which is not a good idea in.
"anna brady" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The remax professional tournament ngo let wyoming 72 dickey three over campbell county standard north dakota girls basketball westbound go cheyenne pete's fog north by 75 55 red river over bellies city 62 to forty nine at red river and bismarck st mary's sixty to forty six the victory there over bismarck high in north dakota boys hockey grafton and forego north no update on them at this point still zero zero there fargo south and red river at the end of the first period its fungal south up a one did up on red river obama's apprising score there so far the grand forks teams obviously very good employees hockey in grand forks central and fog with daily at the end of the first tied up zero two zero that's gonna do it for our fair fairly independent mortgage halftime shown time for the second half your form fargo selfless foregoing left to right in the bruins going right to left the packers will start off with possession on the near a sign with callan johnson johnson's the top the keeper becker who drive on the left side the lane the left hand that one is partially tipped by anna brady and basie gets the rebound carlsson across half court now as cars into the near wing for emery buyer that hands right back dallas carlsson announced to addi wagner wegener to the buyer skip past back to waiting to going on a break you screeches open for three fires and good good way to start the second half air for addi wagner what the threepoint field goal westbound go across escort into the corner for fema back on top of the key gallon johnson won through one's own your early on for the bruins i passed back to the corner to hands up greatest fame and at ones on a balanced turnover four west forego go had seven in the first now that's obviously the first year and a half number two waiger with the ball now later to the near wing and the hands emery buyer backed out to wagner when you're pass over the top look for abassi nights catch down low she's blocked them i appears what the swat bottlers at abounds villas stay with the bruins sixteen on the shot clock.
"anna brady" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Thanks. You could reap induce look at history, used. Now to Miami buzzed puzzle, Miami Beach fit, I could do Wednesday, and we took the chance to speak to the art market specialist jumped tally about his impressions of the fair. I am Anna Brady their debt T case as should the army's faith I'm in Miami for the sixteen th edition of up Basel in Miami Beach, which is one of three at Basel fast debated to modern contemporary art. I'm here with all contribute, longtime, mock reported job Totti. How does it compares previous editions? Ubuntu. Of, uh. I think it's you know, it holds of Well, I think the It's a very sophisticated machine, the art Basel Enterprise and very professional and Galeries half to sort of stand on their heads to get into art Basel, and there's a lot of competition and the constant sort of having their programmes approved. And so I think it stands up. Well, One collector told me yesterday that he felt that the fair was, you know as good it as it's ever Ben and said, it's really turning into an excellent fare. From his point of view and it American collector well-known one. And he pointed out that he wouldn't have said that ten years ago about art Basel, Miami Beach, The fails fitting fat leader behalf TPP day yesterday. What said sitting at the South, the fifth.
"anna brady" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Playoffs and brady trump crazy another another that i heard the other day arod written a playoff 31 touchdown interception ratio were on anna brady who to what i saw that always blocked by a good i know that manning uh you know yet exceptional members regular it may be at lower dna the post if they're really worth f adult like eighty eighty six lodge appreciate the call of it they i hear that problem with manning of you go back through his game lodge right if you go through it he had some amazing games like first round second round of the playoffs and apply us and then he would have done and the closer he got to a super bowl at times the worse you apply and i'm not saying that he was he was awful but obviously he was far from awful under saying to be the best of all time you have to suitable he didn't play well in either of those who were bowls are either of those run to the super bowl i think that is is somewhat significant he you know like you could make the case that he has a lotta dirk at him you know a lot of first round axis which is absolutely true and i think dirksen amazing dirk super underrated but if somebody said amine the vits he's a top five player i would throw those first round exits back in their face it's all about contacts write it all relative to sort of power review in this thing dirk as a top probably thirty player of all time and and that is something that matters it means something but nobody saying nervous giza a top five player they say that all the time about peyton manning he's an amazing quarterback we've we have brazilians out yesterday and he talked about like arriens new immediately when he was is when uses his coach has coordinator when manning came as as a yeah young guy and he knew the playbook inside out like manning worked at his craft really talented obviously came from a quarterback father evac this was this was what i wanna what's his get this bruce arriens talk about i asked him here on the show yesterday when dejan no manning was the real deal either that was the day we drafted i mean we we drafted.