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Aggregator for resources and articles on the subject of law and the arts.

By Madhulika Murali. What do art and fascism have in common? More than one might think, as Mary M. Lane details in her thorough exploration ..read more

By Sophie Chung. Pulitzer-winning novelist Pearl S. Buck once said, “If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday.” Dr ..read more
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By Sophie Chung. In 2019, billionaire Harry Macklowe’s “ugly divorce” put the spotlight on his $700 million art collection and raised ..read more

By Yuchen Xie. “I know of no notable female forgers in the history of forgery.” Noah Charney, The Art of Forgery: The Minds, Motives ..read more

By Madhulika Murali. As of 2019, 5% of the world’s population resides on the territory of the United States.[1] However, the US prison ..read more

By Angela Dimery. Having practiced in multinational law firms in London, before crossing over into the art business as General Counsel at ..read more

By Yuchen Xie. On January 30th, 2020, the Center for Art law will launch its Visual Artists’ Immigration Clinic. Since our 2017 ..read more

By Irina Tarsis. I’d sit alone and watch … ~ Queen, “Radio Ga Ga” (1984)[1] Have you heard “Yes, we have no bananas today”? It ..read more

By Madhulika Murali. Two years after the 2017 “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, including the terror ..read more

By Angela Dimery and Louise Carron. New York is the reigning capital of art law, and this Fall confirmed that there are many places to be ..read more

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