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Press & Publications
- Hyperallergic, Centering Immigrant Artists, From Advising on Visa Applications to Responding to Xenophobia, by Dessane Lopez Cassell (April 21, 2020).
- Secrets of Art Magazine, Droit de Suite: Let’s Talk About Artists’ Resale Royalty Rights (March 2020). Irina Tarsis talks about the proposed American Royalties Too Act (ART Act).
- The Art Newspaper, Copyright Claim Scheme Has Fatal Flaws, by Daniel Grant (March 2020). Irina Tarsis addresses the proposed Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE Act).
- U.S. News & World Report, What Should Artists Include in a Contract?, by Elisa Shoenberger (February 4, 2020). Louise Carron explains how artists can protect themselves through contracts.
- Hyperallergic, Center for Art Law in New York Launches an Immigration Clinic for Visual Artists, by Hakim Bishara (January 10, 2020).
- Artnet News, It’s Harder Than Ever for Artists to Get Visas to the United States. But an Army of Volunteer Lawyers Wants to Help, by Caroline Goldstein (January 8, 2020).
- New York State Bar Association, Gold/Fox Non-Billable: Louise Carron (December 18, 2019). Louise Carron speaks on art law, the Center for Art Law’s work, and her path to the legal profession.
- The Global Art Market, Blockchain and the Art Market, Citi Private Bank Global Perspectives & Solutions, by Nanne Dekking and Louise Carron, pp. 13-20 (December 2019).
- Secrets of Art Magazine, Helping Artists to Navigate Legal Waters (December 10, 2019). Irina Tarsis addresses issues facing artists in today’s art market.
- New York State Bar Association Journal, Street Art: Is Copyright for ‘Losers©™’? A Comparative Perspective on the French and American Legal Approach to Street Art, by Louise Carron, pp. 34-40 (November 2019).
- Artsy, Despite Graffiti’s Global Popularity, Cities Still Criminalize It, by Elisa Shoenberger (July 18, 2019). Louise Carron outlines legal issues in graffiti and street art.
- The New Republic, How Graffiti Became Gentrified, by Daisy Alioto (June 19, 2019). Louise Carron outlines legal issues in graffiti and street art.
- Above the Law, New York’s Art Law Center Looks To Empower Creators, by Scott Alan Burroughs (June 12, 2019).
- Hyperallergic, Art Dealers Could Be Under More Financial Scrutiny with New US Bill, by Zachary Small (June 25, 2018). Irina Tarsis addresses the proposed US Bill on Anti-Money Laundering and its potential effects on the art market.
- Dumbo Is, Q & A: Irina Tarsis, Center for Art Law (Spring 2018).
- LexBlog, CSUSA Hosts VARA Panel During “5Pointz” Trial, by Katharine Haydock (December 7, 2017).
- Discover Magazine, We Should Toss That $450M da Vinci into a Particle Accelerator, by Carly Engelking (November 17, 2017).
- The Brooklyn Ink, Whose Wall Is It Anyway?, by Tess Orrick (October 23, 2017).
- ArtWatch International, REVIEW: CENTER FOR ART LAW EVENT “F FOR FAKE”, by Ruth Osborne (April 28, 2017).
- Holly Crawford, 7 Days: My Art Life, AC Books, 2017, pp. 131-38 (ISBN: 9781939901088). Irina Tarsis narrates seven days in the life of an art lawyer.
- New York Post, Brothers after Dead Dad’s Art Collection Sold Off by Stepmom, by Julia Marsch (January 6, 2016).
- Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP, Art Law: Judith Wallace Presents at the Center for Art Law (November 5, 2015).
- CBC News, Richard Prince, Instagram ‘ripoff artist,’ has own art appropriated, by Matt Kwong (June 9, 2015). Irina Tarsis addresses the fair use tests and comments on the irony of appropriating art from appropriation artists.
- Private Art Investment, Top Art Law Blogs – Lawyers Writing on Art, by Rebecca Hawkins (May 28, 2015).
- American University International Law Review, Resale Royalty Rights: A Comparative Discussion on Increased Moral Rights for Artists in America, by Alejandra Aramayo and Reema Taneja (February 2015).
- The Observer, A Knoedler Gallery Obituary, by Alexandra Peers (August 27, 2014).
- Art Law Report, Banksy and Vandalism, by Nicholas O’Donnell (October 18, 2013).