Interesting Post by the Center for Art Law on Street Art and Provenance
According to The New York Times and CNN: Federal officials announced that they know the identities of thieves from the Gardner Art Theft. Also: an op-ed piece discussing the new findings As mentioned in our recent entry, the FBI is now using this website to collect information and locate the lost artworks. Of note: the FBIContinue reading “Big Developments in Gardner Art Theft Case”
Forbes fills us in on a recent Tax Court decision that shifts the valuation game for the Estate of James Elkins.
Amy Adler – Emily Kempin Professor of Law at N.Y.U – chats with Bombsite about artists’ rights and the impact of conceptual art on the law.
FBI Turns to Internet to solve $500 Million Gardner Heist – CNET It was the largest property crim in US history, one shrouded in mystery for 23 years. Now the FBI is turning to cyberspace as it trumpets a breakthrough in the case. When Art Finance Bets Goes Bad: The Downside of Third Party GuaranteesContinue reading “Art Law Articles of Interest”