The Art Law Foundation aims to promote and coordinate, on a national and international level, the work and research on the most topical questions related to art and cultural heritage law.
The Foundation also supports the activities of the academic Art-Law Centre.
This second edition of 2017 brings together several contributions written by our members in Switzerland and abroad. Among others, it examines The new anti-money laundering legislation applicable in the UK, the return of the Roman sarcophagus and the question whether a bilateral agreement between Switzerland and Turkey would have facilitated the return, the use of blockain... View Article
We are delighted to share with you The Responsible Art Market (RAM)’s latest project: The Art Transaction Due Diligence Toolkit which is open for public consultation until 30 November 2017. The Toolkit comprises the following documents which you can access in the link below: Due Diligence Checklist Red Flag List Due Diligence Explanatory Notes Consultation Process We invite you to participate... View Article
On 5 December, the Cercle Menus Plaisirs invites ALF members to a conference on contemporary art and its economic mechanisms. This event will take place at Xippas Gallery in Geneva.
The Art-Law Centre (CDA), the Art Law Foundation (ALF) and the Geneva Association of Business Law (AGDA) are pleased to announce that they will jointly organise an event on The Artwork in Motion: Services, Import, Export & the Free Ports The art market continues to grow and internationalize. Thus, transactions in the art market generally... View Article