Friday, October 30, 2020
 

Contemporary Art & Law: Recent Controversies and Legal Developments


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I’m very happy to announce that I will be giving a lecture presentation tomorrow for the Arts Counsel Texas, in Dallas. This event was organized by my good friend, Meg Friess, and is generously hosted by the firm of Thompson & Knight.

If you’re in Dallas, I’d love to see you. All info on event here.

 

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  • TJ

    Good Evening!
    I would have truly wanted to attend this lecture but as I am based in India, I was unable to do so. I was hoping if there is an article written by you on the subject of Contemporary Art and Law or if there was a way to access your presentation or the video of you presenting the same? I would truly appreciate your support regarding the same. Thank you

     
     
     
  • Hi TJ,
    Thank you for your interest. Here is a link to some of my writings on art & law.

    http://artlawoffice.com/2013/05/writings-sergio-munoz-sarmiento-art-law/

    I also have a forthcoming law review article (June 2014) that I will add to this list. Warm regards, and stay in touch. -sms

     
     
     
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