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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Art Business Today: 20 Key Topics

Edited by: Jos Hackforth-Jones, Iain Robertson

ISBN13: 9781848220911
Published: October 2016
Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £20.00

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Art Business Today: 20 Key Topics is an accessible and comprehensive companion to the business of art written by leading experts in the field, many of them based at Sotheby's Institute of Art.

It is an essential reference book for students in the areas of art business, arts management, the creative and cultural industries, art history, and general business and management. The key topics covered range from larger-scale questions about the globalisation, funding, and ethics of the art market, to entries more focussed on art objects themselves, such as connoisseurship, authenticity and conservation.

Providing an up--to-date entree to the processes, structures, trends and peculiarities of the global art business, this book will fascinate all those unfamiliar with its opaque practices and traditions.

Art and Cultural Heritage Law
1. The Bigger Picture: Globalisation of the Art Market, by Iain Robertson
Ethics, by David Bellingham and Tom Christopherson
Public Funding and the Art Market, by Derrick Chong
2. Art Markets: Art-market Sectors, by David Bellingham
Contemporary Photography Market, by Jeffrey Boloten
Design Art and its Markets, by Lis Darby
Emerging Markets for Art, by Iain Robertson
3. Art-Business Relationships: Artist-dealer Relationship, by Derrick Chong
Collector-dealer Relationship, by Derrick Chong
4. Objects: Connoisseurship, by Jos Hackforth-Jones
Authenticity, by Jos Hackforth-Jones
Fakes, Forgeries and Thefts, by Gareth Fletcher
Conservation and the Market, by Yasmin Amaratunga
5. Art and Law: Rights of Artists, by Tom Christopherson
Due Diligence, by Tom Christopherson
6. Buying & Selling: Auction Process, by David Bellingham
Art Fairs, by Iain Robertson
Online Sales, by Marios Samdanis
7. Collecting and Collectors: Art as Investment, by Iain Robertson
Private Museums and the Art Market, by Melanie Gerlis