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POSTED ON JUNE 30, 2014 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,GALLERY

Online Legal Clinic on Fair Use and Appropriation Art

Uncomfortable about not knowing how copyright infringement can impact on your work, or is uncertainty preventing you from appropriating things you would like to transform? Stro­pheus Art Law is holding a two hour online legal clinic to help artists and[…]

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POSTED ON MAY 20, 2014 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

Art Fairs: Panel Discussion on May 27th at Sotheby’s Institute of Art

The Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association is holding a panel on the impacts and challenges – legal, ethical and business – of the rise of art fairs. Are brick and mortar art[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON ART FAIRS: PANEL DISCUSSION ON MAY 27TH AT SOTHEBY’S INSTITUTE OF ART

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 4, 2014 BY ADMIN IN WEBSITE INFO

Online Legal Services on Demand Anytime and Anywhere

As of February 2014, Stropheus Art Law has implemented an Online Client Meeting Platform requiring no client-side software installation. Clients access a meeting by using a unique URL. Even without this URL, clients can access their meeting by using the[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON ONLINE LEGAL SERVICES ON DEMAND ANYTIME AND ANYWHERE

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[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION REPORT ON COPYRIGHT AND FAIR USE

POSTED ON DECEMBER 26, 2013 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,DEALER,GALLERY

Decision: Calder Estate Lawsuit against Klaus Perls

Calder Estate Lawsuit dismissed by Judge Kornreich: “In other words, plaintiffs are attempting to litigate issues that necessarily stretch back decades without any personal knowledge or contemporaneous records, where nearly all of the people who had personal knowledge of the[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON DECISION: CALDER ESTATE LAWSUIT AGAINST KLAUS PERLS

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)

COMMENTS OFF ON CHRISTIE’S VALUATION REPORT TO DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS

POSTED ON DECEMBER 21, 2013 BY ADMIN IN UNCATEGORIZED

Cariou-v-Prince-Dist-Ct-Amicus-Brief-12-16-13: Transformative Use

“Defendants’ Approach to Determining Whether Prince’s So-Called ‘Minimal Alterations’ to the Five Paintings Were Transformative Use Would Permit Unfettered post hoc Rationalization of All Appropriation and Provides No Reasonable Limit on the Fair Use Defense” Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

COMMENTS OFF ON CARIOU-V-PRINCE-DIST-CT-AMICUS-BRIEF-12-16-13: TRANSFORMATIVE USE

POSTED ON DECEMBER 14, 2013 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

US Copyright Office on Artist Resale Rights: Full Text

Artist Resale Rights in the US? “In general, visual artists do not share in the long-term financial success of their works. […] Instead, the financial gains from the resale of their works inure primarily to third parties such as auction houses, collectors,[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON US COPYRIGHT OFFICE ON ARTIST RESALE RIGHTS: FULL TEXT

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 20, 2013 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST

Judge Block’s reasons for not saving 5Pointz.

“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[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON JUDGE BLOCK’S REASONS FOR NOT SAVING 5POINTZ.

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[…]

COMMENTS OFF ON DEACCESSIONING DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS REFUTED BY ATTORNEY GENERAL

POSTED ON JUNE 8, 2013 BY ADMIN IN ARTIST,COLLECTOR,DEALER,GALLERY

Alessandro Twombly enforces Fiduciary Duties against Fred Torres

In a harbinger of increasing fiduciary liability, Alessandro Twombly brings the full spectrum of fiduciary claims against Fred Torres. Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

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