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POSTED ON MARCH 28, 2017 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

Now and Forever: Making Your Life’s Work Sustainable

In the first of a series, Stropheus trusts and estates member Peter Arcese looks at the increasingly important question of how to guarantee that an artist’s accomplishments remain viable and sustainable for the life of the work itself.   Peter[…]

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POSTED ON JANUARY 3, 2016 BY RICHARD LEHUN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

Interview: Ed Winkleman

  Selling Contemporary Art: How to Navigate the Evolving Market Hi, I’m Richard Lehun. I’m here with Ed Winkleman at Bruce Silverstein’s Chelsea Gallery. Ed has just released his follow up to his best seller, How To Start And Run[…]

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POSTED ON JULY 14, 2015 BY ADMIN IN ART LAW UPDATES,ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

Art Advis­ing 2.0 : Ver­tigo & Accountability – Part II

The rise of the art advi­sor tracks the glob­al­iza­tion of art busi­ness. Art advi­sors act as a bridge to new classes of col­lec­tors, but the role is often not clearly defined. Gal­lerists, deal­ers, art fairs and col­lec­tors encounter a het­ero­ge­neous[…]

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POSTED ON MAY 30, 2015 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

Art Advis­ing 2.0 : Ver­tigo & Accountability – Part I

The rise of the art advi­sor tracks the glob­al­iza­tion of art busi­ness. Art advi­sors act as a bridge to new classes of col­lec­tors, but the role is often not clearly defined. Gal­lerists, deal­ers, art fairs and col­lec­tors encounter a het­ero­ge­neous[…]

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POSTED ON NOVEMBER 18, 2014 BY JUDITH PROWDA IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

15 Minutes on Mediation of Arts related Disputes

Mediation is a creative and powerful dispute resolution process that has become increasingly common in the arts context. This is not surprising, in light of the unique characteristics of mediation. It is the only resolution process whereby the parties remain[…]

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POSTED ON OCTOBER 10, 2014 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

The Rise of NYC Art Fairs – NYSBA Event – Part 2

Are brick and mortar art galleries the loss leaders in an art world, potentially spiraling beyond viable limits? More than ninety art fairs now define the rhythm of globalized art business. This development has profoundly altered the relationships amongst artists,[…]

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POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

The Rise of NYC Art Fairs – NYSBA Event – Part 1

Are brick and mortar art galleries the loss leaders in an art world, potentially spiraling beyond viable limits? More than ninety art fairs now define the rhythm of globalized art business. This development has profoundly altered the relationships amongst artists,[…]

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POSTED ON MAY 5, 2014 BY JUDITH PROWDA IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

15 Minutes on Copyright for Visual Artists & Gallerists

One of the most difficult challenges for courts today is drawing the line between legal appropriation and copyright infringement. This is especially important in today’s digital environment, where the possibilities for artists to appropriate have increased dramatically in recent years.[…]

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POSTED ON FEBRUARY 3, 2014 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,DEALER,GALLERY,MUSEUM

College Art Association Report on Copyright and Fair Use

The College Art Association (with a membership of 13 000 practitioners) is the principal professional association in the United States for practitioners and scholars of art, art history, and art criticism. Members consists of  academics, professors, and graduate students who study and/or teach[…]

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POSTED ON DECEMBER 22, 2013 BY ADMIN IN MUSEUM

Christie’s Valuation Report to Detroit Institute of Arts

Christie’s values 1,741 pieces at the Detroit Institute of Arts at between $454,277,995-866,997,240. Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

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POSTED ON JUNE 16, 2013 BY ADMIN IN MUSEUM

Deaccessioning Detroit Institute of Arts Refuted by Attorney General

Detroit’s emergency manager Kevyn Orr’s deaccession plans at the Detroit Institute of Arts are at the centre of the continuing struggles related to the value of artworks and the economic plight of the institutions that hold them. A national survey conducted in 2012 by the American[…]

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