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Movers & Shakers: Eric Spirtas
Art Business

Movers & Shakers: Eric Spirtas

Photo by Ryan Hanlon, Route Three Films A jack-of-all-trades, Eric Spirtas brings more than 30 years of industrial contracting experience to bid, demolish and redevelop some of the best-known...

Judicial Follies: Here comes Mickey
Art Law

Judicial Follies: Here comes Mickey

Back in 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case upholding a law Congress passed in 1998 that had quickly been renamed the “Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act.” The name change...

Art and arbitration
Art Law

Art and arbitration

Rieu Kim The author is a senior foreign attorney in Barun Law LLC, Seoul, Korea. He advises clients on corporate matters and represents clients in arbitration cases. If I had to recommend a film to...

Is Creating Art Hard Work?
Art Business

Is Creating Art Hard Work?

I’ve long been fascinated by the mind of the artist. I wonder what makes artists tick and what drives them to create. As a gallery owner, I get to interact with artists on a regular basis. I...

Warhol Foundation fights with Fair Use
Art Law

Warhol Foundation fights with Fair Use

A New York judge has thrown out a copyright lawsuit, after celebrity photographer, Lynn Goldsmith , claimed Andy Warhol unlawfully created artworks by using her photo of pop star, Prince, from 1981...

Art and arbitration
Art Law

Art and arbitration

Rieu Kim The author is a senior foreign attorney in Barun Law LLC, Seoul, Korea. He advises clients on corporate matters and represents clients in arbitration cases. If I had to recommend a film to...

Across The Block
Fine Art

Across The Block

Historical science and mathematical works turned out competitive and historic bidding this week. A first edition of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection sold...