The International Art Law Conference will bring together a wide variety of participants such as art law and art market experts, collectors, auction houses, art dealers, museum professionals, business lawyers, and other interested participants to discuss current legal issues revolving around the art market. The objective of the conference is to gain behind-the-scenes insights into issues currently being discussed among experts in their respective fields and to enable the participants to discuss such issues from a legal angle.
- Key Note: The current state of the Art Market by Jennifer Zatorski, President | Christie’s North and South America
- Panel 1: Artists’ and Collectors’ Estates – legacy or issue?
- Panel 2: Due Diligence – do provenances matter more than ever?
- Panel 3: Art & Tech – does the art world finally go digital?
- Wrap-up and Closing Remarks: by Libralex
The program will be followed by a Networking Drinks Reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Rebecca Attree, M.A. (Cantab) Mediator and Solicitor | Founder and Principal | Attree & Co, London
Richard Benefield, Independent Consultant | Former Director of the David Hockney Foundation
Louise Carron, Executive Director | Center for Art Law
Monica Dugot, International Director of Restitution | Christie’s New York
Jack Flam, President and CEO | Dedalus Foundation
Julie Gratz, digital artist
Katharina Garbers-von Boehm, Partner | Büsing Müffelmann & Theye
Donald Hamburg, Partner | Golenbock Eiseman Assor Bell & Peskoe LLP
Richard Landau, | M20 Associates, LLC
Jennifer Mass, President | Scientific Analysis of Fine Art, LLC
Lindsay Moroney, COO | Artory
Lynn Rother, Senior Provenance Specialist | The Museum of Modern Art
Christine J. Vincent, Project Director | The Aspen Institute, Artist-Endowed Foundation Initiative (AEFI)
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