Tuesday, October 27, 2020


Posts Tagged ‘art’

“The attitude, often unarticulated but persistent, that art is being bought in a context of appreciation for its intrinsic and aesthetic merit, may perpetuate reluctance to regulate the art market. Wrongly.”

Financial Innovation, Tax Law, and the Making of the Contemporary Art Market

Top 13 Art Law Disputes of 2019

On Harald Szeemann, grandfather of art curators

Exhibition about censorship is…censored

Ai Weiwei triumphs over corporate “impunity”

Revisiting: Interview with Tom Lawson, Dean of CalArts School of Art


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