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POSTED ON JUNE 6, 2020 BY ADMIN IN ART LAW UPDATES,DEALER,GALLERY

Gallery Responses to Covid-19 Crisis

Litigation counsel Ron Adelman covers everything that gallerists need to know about responding to the Covid-19 crisis.     My name is Ronald Adelman. I am a New York art lawyer. I have been representing people in the art world[…]

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POSTED ON MARCH 3, 2020 BY ADMIN IN ART LAW UPDATES,ARTIST,DEALER,GALLERY

Artist Visas: A Comprehensive Guide for Artists and Gallerists

Immigration attorney Rebecca Lenetsky covers everything that artists and gallerists need to know about artist visas to the US.   Intro My name is Rebecca Lenetsky. I’m a New York-based immigration lawyer who works with creatives in the fine arts,[…]

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POSTED ON DECEMBER 25, 2018 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

Break on Through (From the Outside) Part I

In Part I of this panel discussion on the rise of Outsider Art held at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Andrew Edlin, CEO of the Outsider Art Fair, provides historical context, after which Edward Gómez, senior editor of Raw Vision, will[…]

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POSTED ON APRIL 1, 2018 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

The Rise of Outsider Art

Sotheby's Institute of Art and Stropheus present an evening with insiders and experts on the flourishing of Outsider Art and the specific challenges of outsider artists and their immediate support circle.

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POSTED ON MARCH 6, 2017 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

End of Brick-and-Mortar: An Epilogue with Gallerists David Dixon, Michael Foley, and Sasha Wolf

Gallerists David Dixon, Michael Foley, and Sasha Wolf respond to the crisis of the brick-and-mortar gallery model by analyzing new business models. Further background on this discussion can be found in the event recordings of Nicole Klagsbrun and Jay Gorney,[…]

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POSTED ON DECEMBER 27, 2016 BY ADMIN IN DEALER,GALLERY

End of Brick and Mortar: Part II

In Part II of this panel discussion on post Brick-and-Mortar experiences held at Christie’s Education New York, Josh Baer provides historical contextualization and market insight, after which Richard Lehun will present on the legal challenges created by hybrid art business[…]

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POSTED ON NOVEMBER 29, 2016 BY ADMIN IN DEALER,GALLERY

End of Brick and Mortar: Part I

Gallerists are under unprecedented market pressures leading many to move on from the gallery convention. In Part I of this panel discussion on post Brick-and-Mortar experiences held at Christie’s Education New York, Nicole Klagsbrun and Jay Gorney present on alternative[…]

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POSTED ON AUGUST 5, 2016 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

Letting Go of Brick-and-Mortar at Christie’s Education

Letting Go of Brick-and-Mortar explores gallery practice beyond the physical space.

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POSTED ON MAY 6, 2016 BY RICHARD LEHUN IN ARTIST,DEALER,GALLERY

Martin Shell: Commercial Leases in the Art Context

Commercial Leases in the Art Context: Survival Guide

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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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