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Lygia Clark Estate No Longer Authenticating Due to Family Feud

Lygia Clark’s estate, The World of Lygia Clark, has stopped authenticating her work after one of Clark’s sons, Eduardo, filed a court complaint accusing his brother Alvaro of unlawfully seizing works during the…
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Was Philadelphia’s Erasure of Cosby Mural Illegal?

Nicholas O’Donnell explains, Few things have brought consensus recently more than the revulsion over the allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, a Philadelphia native.  Yet in a desire to distance itself from Cosby, the…
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Gerhard Richter Disowns Early Works From West German Period

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Now Accepting Applications for the 2016 Art & Law Program

Applications for the 2016 Art & Law Program are now being accepted.  Deadline for applications:  October 19, 2015 Going on its 7th year, The Program seeks qualified, open-minded and self-motivated individuals with…
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Only a Few Left: The First Ever Limited Edition Art & Law T-Shirt

There are still some left. The very first–and official–Art & Law “original, no borders, no rules, NYC” t-shirt is out. This t-shirt is original, limited edition (only 50 printed) and comes with its very own certificate…
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Panel: The Artist’s Resale Right at Artist’s Space, NYC

You heard right. And here’s the quite awesome lineup of speakers: Dr. Theodore Feder and Janet Hicks of the Artists Rights Society, Maxwell Graham, Hans Haacke, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, R. H. Quaytman, and Justice…
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Artists, Copyright Office Wants to Know: What Is the Market Value of Your Work?

As strange as it sounds the past few years have been an interesting time at the United States Copyright Office. Following a 2013 report in favor of a federal Artists Resale Right, Rep. Jerrold Nadler has in 2014 and 2015…
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