An introduction to art crimes: Neal Caffrey might be sexy, but art crimes aren’t Art crimes is the third largest criminal enterprise in the world, after drugs and weapons. These crimes are different in their nature, regulation and foreseen liability. Our return author Maria Boicova-Wynants lifts the veil on the topic in her new article.
Art disputes and ADR by Mr.Massimo Sterpi, a Partner and a Head of the Art Law Department of Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Capelli & Partners Italy has one of the most prominent art histories in the world, strong cultural patrimony rules and highly developed sector of art lawyers. ArtLaw.club had an honour to talk to Mr.Massimo Sterpi, a partner and the Head of the Art Law Department of a leading international law firm Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Capelli & Partners of Rome, Italy.
Yours might have been yours, but now it is mine: Appropriation artists and the shady area of copyright Appropriation art can be tracked back to the beginning of the 20th century, but its bloom accounts for in the 1980s and later years when the artists started to reproduce the preexisting works as their own. Appropriation art raises many legal questions, such as authenticity, authorship and originality. Read a bit about these issues in the article of Maria Boicova-Wynants*