Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

You’ve Been Served


Remember the Twilight Zone episode entitled “To Serve Man“? Center for Art Law believes that there is no one right recipe to enjoy a movie with legal twists or connection.

You’ve Been Served is our recurring program with a dinner and a movie dedicated to or inspired by films (feature and documentary) somehow associated with law and the arts. What’s cooking and guess who is coming to dinner next?

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Upcoming Evenings

Stay tuned!

Past Events

November 8th, 2018Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery (2014), at the Brooklyn Law School.

October 25th, 2018The Price of Everything (2018), at the Quad Cinema.

May 22nd, 2018Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child (2010), at the AC Institute.

October 25, 2017The Rape of Europa (2006), at the Brooklyn Law School.

June 22nd, 2017Legs: A Big Issue in a Small Town (2016), at the AC Institute.

April 20th, 2017F For Fake (1973), at the Brooklyn Law School.

December 13th, 2016Exit Through The Gift Shop (2010), at the AC Institute.

June 21st, 2016The Destruction of Memory (2015), at the Anthology Film Archives.

March 23rd, 2016Herb and Dorothy (2008), at the Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School.

March 8th, 2016Finding Vivian Maier (2013), at the NYU Law School.

February 3rd, 2016 – Gerhard Richter – Painting (2011), at the Brooklyn Law School.

April 13th, 2015 – Woman in Gold (2015), at the theatre.

March 13th, 2015Art and Craft (2014), at the NYU Law School.

February 16th, 2015Big Eyes (2014), at the theatre.

March 3rd, 2014 – Portrait of Wally (2014), at the theatre.

February 13, 2014 – Monuments Men (2014), at the theatre.

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