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Artist Legacy and Estate Planning Capsule

Artist Foundation and Estate Leaders Capsule Series: On Legacies and Futures -- How can Artists Think about the Future? Artist endowed foundations and artist estates are a growing part of the ecology of the arts. This four part seminar brings together leaders of artist-endowed foundations and estates to share ideas and think together about artists and their futures. The events in this series occured as follows: Part 1: Yayoi Shionoiri- Copyright Strategies for Estates Chris Burden (1946-2015) was an American artist who worked in a variety of mediums including performance, sculpture, and installation. While well known for his performance that subjected his body to potential or act

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