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Technological Advancements and the Parthenon Marbles: the Potential Role of 3D Printing in the Greek Claim Against the British Museum

By Ilaria Bortot The Parthenon was built in the 5th century on the hill of the Acropolis in Athens in honor of the goddess Athena...

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Pre & Post VARA: A Study of the Protection of Public Art

Image Caption: “Dondi 1979 (IRT express train)” by JJ & Special K is licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0 By Tokunbo Fashanu and Julianne Schmidt. What kind...

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A Case of Forgeries at the Herbert Hoover

Image taken of Sadigh Gallery courtesy of Manhattan District Attorney's Office By Alexis Redshaw On Monday, April 8, 2019, less than a week before the...

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Art Law Conference 2022

"Say Art Law!" by Sofia Tomilenko/Софія Томіленко @tsofiako. About the Event Location: New York Law School (NYLS) NYC and Online DATE: Thursday, July 28, 20...

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Dynamic Policies of Deaccessioning and Disposal in American Museums

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Case Review: Cassirer et. al. v. Thyssen Bornemisza Collection Foundation (2022)

by Anissa Patel Overview Since 1993, Rue Saint-Honoré, après-midi, effet de pluie[1], an oil painting by the French impressionist master Camille Pissarro has been hanging...

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Legacy and Lawsuits: An Overview of the Robert Indiana Estate Court Battles

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Case Review: Republic of Turkey v. Christie’s Inc. (2021)

By Kelsey Clifford On September 7, 2021, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed an action brought by the...

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Artist Feature Series: In Conversation with Steven J. Oscherwitz

Steven Oscherwitz, Untitled (2010) “Artists cannot be artists without being thinkers. I am, if anything, a thinker first, then an artist.” Steven Oscherwitz, Statement of...

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“The Rosa Parks of NAGPRA”

Used with permission, University of Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist By Alexis Redshaw In 1971, Maria Pearson (Running Moccasins) would learn shocking information from...

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