Sedition has partnered with ArtTactic, London-based art market research and analytics firm, to sponsor prizes for the upcoming ArtTactic Forecaster auction quiz competition in May. Get the chance to win a digital limited edition by Damien Hirst, AES+F, Jenny Holzer, Mat Collishaw, Lawrence Weiner, Matt Pyke and Tracy Emin.
How it works
Sign up to ArtTactic Forecaster, pick an auction quiz ranging from range of collecting categories and mediums such as contemporary paintings and sculpture, photography, works on paper and prints. Each quiz has 5 lots which you have to predict the sale price using the slider indicating the price bracket you think the work will sell for. Your performance and results can be monitored through the Analytics section. Winners of the different categories will win the following prizes:
1. Overall winner – Damien Hirst, For Heaven’s Sake
2. Most improved player – Jenny Holzer, One-Liner
3. Modern and Contemporary Painting – Lawrence Weiner, The Sky Moves
4. Modern and Contemporary Sculpture – Tracey Emin, Love Is What You Want
5. Modern and Contemporary Photography – AES+F, Reincarnation
6. Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper – Matt Pyke, Transfiguration
7. Modern and Contemporary Prints – Mat Collishaw, Burning Flower
Follow ArtTactic on Sedition and find out more about the competition.
Don’t forget to listen to an interview with Sedition director, Rory Blain on the ArtTactic podcast discussing the digital art market.
About Art Tactic
ArtTactic Forecaster was started in May 2012 by Anders Petterson, the founder and MD of ArtTactic and Adam Green, ArtTactic’s podcast host when they decided to launch a Twitter competition on who could guess the auction price of Edvard Munch’s ‘Scream’, which finally sold at Sotheby’s for $120 million. The winner of the competition was only off by $1 million and the Twitter crowd average prediction came in at $123 million. The result spurred ArtTactic’s interest in the general art crowd’s ability to predict outcomes in an often non-transparent, seemingly unpredictable and secretive art market.
In June 2013, Anders launched the very first edition of ArtTactic Forecaster, a dynamic auction quiz game aimed at students he was teaching at Sotheby’s Institute at the time. The second edition of ArtTactic Forecaster launched in February 2014, and has now grown to a community of 500 active players (students, art enthusiasts and auction professionals) who regularly compete for a top spot in the league tables.
Join the fast growing community of art market forecasters and improve your rank, enhance your skills and broaden the knowledge about the value of art.Tags: anders petterson, art market, arttactic, competition, forecaster, rory blain