Understanding International Law in Art Business
Art business operates in a global environment. As the law is an essential tool for the successful conduct of the market, this course examines ways in which art businesses are legally constituted worldwide. For example, international art business contracts and how to form and manage them; international auction houses and salerooms and consumer protection legislation; international movement of artworks and the repatriation of those stolen or plundered; and intellectual property laws relating to art and artists, art business and its management. The course also addresses issues related to art as a creative endeavour, art as an article of commerce, and art as a significant cultural artifact. The course aims to provide students with a sound understanding and good working knowledge of the legal and business frameworks within which art business operates worldwide. A legal background is not required.
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June 17 – July 22, 2013: Summer Session
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