Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Art Law

Posts Tagged ‘Art Law’

“Merry Christmas to all the attorneys.”

Ford Foundation president on museum protesters’ demands for ethical purity

Roberta Smith on San Francisco’s Disputed George Washington Murals

“I came back with a firm understanding that Arnautoff was really not a person who was trying to venerate George Washington—or rather that he made a picture that venerated George Washington, but from the standpoint of a serious critique.”

Remember that Cady Noland lawsuit?

“For seasoned collectors, guarantees used to be a sure way to get a good deal.”

Site specific or permanent?


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