Protecting the Past is the Key to the Future: Rights of Archaeological Heritage Stakeholders and Social Justice We are inviting you to participate in the 28th Annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists to be held in Budapest, Hungary, 31 August - 3 September 2022. Please submit your papers to the session of the Community of the Illicit Trade in Cultural Material till 10 February 2022.
The two sides of a coin. A write-up on Artists’ Resale Rights What are the Artists’ Resale Rights, whether they really gain an objective of fairness and what is the current status of acceptance of ARR regulation throughout the world - all these questions in a new article in the Art Law section
Use of works made to be located permanently in public places Selfies have become an integral part of our lives. We want to fix the moment and ourselves in it. However, it should be taken into account that there are restrictions for dissemination of selfies, even if we have made a photo in a public place, on a street, in a museum or in a park. What should we do if there is a copyrighted work on our photo - a monument, building or a painting? Are we allowed to download it to our personal Facebook album? Here are the answers by the Turība University professor, Dr.iur. Ingrīda Veikša
What if da Vinci had destroyed his Mona Lisa? Legal and philosophical issues around destroying works of art. Are you allowed to destroy what you have created? It this most extreme feature of property ownership applicable to what is yours from the moment of creation or acquisition? The article below is meant to initiate a discussion on the topic. Please read about the most well-known cases of destruction (or the last minute rescue) and share your opinion on what are the legal and philosophical issues related to it*