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Art & Law

Edited by: Bert Demarsin, Eltjo J.H. Schrage, Bernard Tilleman, Alain L. Verbeke

ISBN13: 9781841138190
Published: December 2008
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: Belgium
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



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The essays in this book arise from a course of lectures and seminars given at the Catholic University of Louvain by a group of leading Belgian and Dutch art law experts. Ranging widely across a diverse terrain, these essays provide a unique resource and perspective on problems old and new confronting those interested in the relationship between art and law.

Unusually for a work of legal scholarship the book is attractively illustrated, thus lending greater force to essays which are both analytical and exploratory. The topics covered extend from preservation of archaeological heritage across droit de suite, artistic freedom, erotic art, art in time of war, the moral rights of artists and much more, to provide a uniquely provoking and subtle investigation of this area of law. The book is a co-publication with the Belgian publishers Die Keure and Mercatorfonds.

Subjects:
Art and Cultural Heritage Law
Contents:
Foreward
Part 1: Art, Society and the Law
1. Introduction
2. Deconstructing Individual Authorship
Part 2: The Artist and his Artistic Creation
3. WARNING! You'll be Shocked
4. The Social Statuts of the Artist
5. Art and Social Security
6. Digital Preservation of the Cultural Record in Archives
7. The Payer Determines, or Does He?
8. Does the Moral Right of the Author Extend to the Destruction of His Work
9. The Moral Right of Jeff Koons
10. One Year and Millions of Euros Later
Part 3: The Artwork and Its Preservation
11. The Protection of the Archeological heritage: The US and Belgium Compared
12, UNESCO's Convention on Cultural Diversity and WTO Law
13. The Art of war: Protecting Art in War
14. Law, Art and the Ecclesiatical heritage
Part 4: The Artwork and Its Circulation
15. Inheritance and Art
16. Private Property Rights in Cultural Objects
17. The Contract Between an Artist and a Gallery under Western European Law
18. Contracts and performance: Managing Museums
19. Great Expectations and Bitter Disappointments: A Comparative Legal Study into Problems of Authenticity and Mistake in the Art Trade;
Part 6: List of Authors
Part 7: Photographic Credits