Monday, June 27, 2016
 

Art Law

Posts Tagged ‘Art Law’

Art World Responds to Brexit

How Much Control Do Artists Have Over a Work After It’s Sold?

New York Times Settles Copyright Case Over Thumbnail Images

Knoedler Fiasco Hasn’t Really Scared Many

Are Native American Pottery Designs Copyrightable?

Review: Taryn Simon, Paperwork and the Will of the Capital

Museums’ Image Rights Policies: Cumbersome, Confusing

 
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