Archive for the 'artlaw' tag

$6.75M moral rights ruling upheld

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Why do private museums suddenly close?

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What comes to mind when you think of the art world and the Coronavirus? Contracts

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“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.”

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‘Mall of America? Kardashian residence?’ Prof fired for joking

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“but more than anything he feels that his actions were in some way justifiable.”

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French court upholds infringement ruling against Koons and Pompidou

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