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Navigating Divorce as an Artist: Your Former Spouse May Have an Interest in your Art

From the Editors: For those interested in the mechanics of splitting marital property of non artists, read our article "good Art Ungly Divorce." By Nikki...

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Commodified Objects or Prism for Human Condition? Opinion on Artworks & Their Context

By Dr. Gary Bagnall. In creating, curating, transacting or regulating artworks, differentiation of specific objects or processes as artworks is integral. A work is often...

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Guerrilla Hacking the Art World: Legal Issues in Unsanctioned Augmented Reality in Museums and Public Art

By Tyler Heneghan As technology advances, time spent on smartphones and tablets only increases. Museums and artists take note, and with the help of readily...

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It’s Not That Easy: Artist Resale Royalty Rights and The ART Act

By Laurel Wickersham Salisbury. The discussion of droit de suite, or resale royalty rights for visual artists, across the globe continues to be of interest...

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Macklowe v. Macklowe: History and Impact of one Divorce upon the Legal Landscape

By Elizabeth Doty. On March 12, 2020, spectators of the art world far and wide learned of the court-ordered liquidation of the once-in-a-generation art collection...

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Lifting the Veil: What are the due diligence requirements for the Art Market in the United States?

By: Blake Konkol In the modern era, art is increasingly viewed as an asset class. The growing trend of utilizing non-fungible goods for pecuniary benefit...

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Artist Feature Series: In Conversation with John M. Carnright

By Atreya Mathur “Poetry and art- it was a great interaction. That is something I will always value. One of the key parts of art,...

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Luxury Freeports and Crime: What are the Risks?

By Kenza Tahri Since Boris Johnson’s 2019 inaugural speech citing freeports as a central component of the now-former prime minister’s post-Brexit economic revitalization policy[1], freeports...

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Art Market Compliance As Seen From Switzerland

By Anna Brouver No News – Good news? There is nothing surprising about the fact that the art market gets more and more regulated. The...

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Artist Feature Series: Artist Profile – Martha Szabo

Martha Szabo, Model, Art Students League, circa (1990) (top left); Martha Szabo, Model, Art Students League, (1991) (top right); Martha Szabo, Model, Art Students League,...

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