Mastering Art Law, Second Edition
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This work tracks all art law casebooks. It deals with the rights and responsibilities of artists and collectors in areas such as freedom of expression, copyright, moral rights, and tax. It treats commercial dealings in art, such as authentication or ownership of the work (including litigation problems), and commercial relationships between artists, collectors, dealers, auction houses and financiers, as well as legal problems of museums. Preservation of art in war is discussed, as well as its movement across national boundaries and historic preservation, the ownership of artifacts found on land or underwater, and Native American items.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||9781531019044, 1531019048, 9781531019051, 1531019056|