Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

From Analog To Digital

The rise of digital collections and virtual reality exhibits is an exciting new art frontier that brings with it many legal and business implications for collectors and art law attorneys. What questions should collectors consider when acquiring art for physical and digital collections? What legal and business issues are relevant for collectors and private museums that are digitizing their physical collections? What role does intellectual property law play and what types of contract provisions might be relevant for virtual reality exhibitions and digital video installations?  Join us for an art law program with Sylvain Levy, art collector and co-founder of the DSL Collection Virtual R

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