10 Best Art Crime Podcasts

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Art Crime Podcasts

Here are 10 Best Art Crime Podcasts worth listening to in 2024

1. The Art of Crime

The Art of Crime The Art of Crime is a history podcast about the unlikely collisions between true crime and the arts. We take painstaking research and craft it into compelling stories that teach you about society and culture. Each new season covers a different theme. Season 2 is titled 'Assassins.' It profiles artists who have committed, attempted, or at least been implicated in an assassination. Subjects include John Wilkes Booth, Adolf Hitler, Nero, Andy Warhol, and Leon Trotsky. Also check out Season 1, 'The Unusual Suspects: Artists Accused of Being Jack the Ripper.'
Podcast airwavemedia.com
Twitter Followers 79Instagram Followers 287 Frequency 1 episode / week Avg Length 42 min Listen on Apple Spotify YouTube Get Email Contact Get Influential Podcasters ContactsGet access to 100k active Podcasters, Influencers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the categories of Podcasters you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share active Podcasters list with verified email contacts in an Excel or CSV format.

2. Stealing Superman

Stealing Superman It was the most unlikely art heist of all time. Join some improbable detectives and one determined comic book dealer as they investigate the mysterious theft of the most important comic in the world ... a comic stolen from Nicolas Cage.
Podcast iheart.com
Frequency 2 episodes / quarter Avg Length 36 min Get Email Contact

3. Empty Frames

Empty Frames Season 1 is about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist: In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt.
Podcast spreaker.com
Host Empty Frames
Apple Rating 3.6 / 5Facebook Followers 234Twitter Followers 1.3KInstagram Followers 598 Frequency 2 episodes / year Avg Length 61 min Listen on Apple YouTube Get Email Contact

4. Roasting the Rich

Roasting the Rich Love true crime but are tired of hearing about violence and murder? Tune in to Roasting the Rich to explore the world of white-collar crime and enjoy some light-hearted laughter at the expense of the wealthy. From fraud and embezzlement to identity theft and art forgeries, this podcast covers everything you could ever want to know about crimes committed by the stupidly rich. New episodes every other Wednesday!
Podcast podcasters.spotify.com
Host Amber Cozad
Apple Rating 5 / 5Facebook Followers 8Instagram Followers 88 Listen on Apple Spotify Get Email Contact

5. Crimes Against Art

Crimes Against Art Edge of the Crowd's podcast about the crimes that people commit to art and use art to commit. Join hosts Isobel and Michelle as they delve into the wide world of frauds, forgeries, money laundering and bad taste.
Podcast podcasters.spotify.com
Twitter Followers 29Instagram Followers 254 Listen on Apple Spotify YouTube Get Email Contact

6. Dynamite Doug

Dynamite Doug You can listen to the full series, ad-free, by subscribing to the Brazen channel on the Apple Podcasts app. Just visit apple.co/dynamitedougFor 50 years, Douglas Latchford was the world's premier expert on Cambodian art, supplying priceless statues to Western museums and rich collectors. But his fame masked a dirty secret. Douglas had colluded with the Khmer Rouge, a genocidal regime, to loot Cambodia's entire cultural heritage. As the country descended into bloodshed, Douglas stole almost everything. A network of art world cronies were on hand to help him sell these blood statues, including a senior curator at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. When a band of art sleuths get on their case, Douglas and his co-conspirators mount a rearguard action to save themselves. This is a story the art world doesn't want told. Unlike the Elgin Marbles, and other brewing controversies over stolen art, our story isn't ancient history. This tale is happening now.www.dynamitedoug.com
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Host Brazen
Twitter Followers 139Instagram Followers 1.6K Frequency 1 episode / quarter Avg Length 28 min Get Email Contact

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