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.
The Art Law Magazine’s fourth edition has just been published (December 2016). This publication deals with highly tropical issues, such as : the case involving Mr and Mrs Le Guennec relating to their possession of 271 works of art by Picasso which they had stored during 40 years in their garage, the profession of the art expert, Tax aspects of... View Article
Further to the Art talk the ALF held at the art fair artgeneve last year, the Executive Masters Programme in Art Market Studies made a video to record the discussion between Nicolas Galley and Anne Laure Bandle. They discuss the legal aspects of appropriation art and its impact on the art market. Watch the video... View Article
Building an art market for the future: Guidelines for Countering Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Threats
Issues linked to lack of transparency and authenticity are undermining trust and credibility in the art market. At the same time the legal and regulatory framework within which art businesses are required to operate is evolving and becoming increasingly complex. The Art Law Foundation & The Art-Law Centre of the University of Geneva together with other partners, have launched... View Article
The University Milano-Bicocca organises a conference which will take place on 28-29 November 2016 in Milan and focus on Artists’ Archives and Estates. This conference is organised with the support of the Art Law Foundation, the Brera Academy of Arts, the New Academy of Arts of Milan and AitArt (Italian Association of Artists’ Archives), ICOM... View Article