“Although the works have now been destroyed—and the Court wished it had the power to preserve them—plaintiffs would be hard-pressed to contend that no amount of money would compensate them for their paintings; and VARA—which makes no distinction between temporary and permanent works[…]
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Yiğit Uçtum presents a pithy summary of things you need to know about starting a non profit gallery.
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POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 BY RICHARD LEHUN IN ARTIST
In this post I am going to be talking about survival as an artist in 2014 – Five main points that you should have in your mind as you develop a sustainable career.
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POSTED ON AUGUST 7, 2013 BY JUDITH PROWDA IN ARTIST,DEALER,GALLERY
Redacted excerpt from her forthcoming book, "Visual Arts and the Law: A Handbook for Professionals" with permission of the publisher Lund Humphries
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POSTED ON JUNE 16, 2013 BY RICHARD LEHUN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY
For many emerging artists, the invoicing of direct or studio sales is a hastily filled out form (if there is any invoice at all). This is not as good an idea as it seems. In the absence of a more[…]
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In a harbinger of increasing fiduciary liability, Alessandro Twombly brings the full spectrum of fiduciary claims against Fred Torres. Likes(0)Dislikes(0)