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.
Jointly organized by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and the University of Geneva’s Art Law Centre, this international conference will focus on the digitization of museum collections. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the digitization movement that has been carried out for several years within museums and which aims, among other things, to meet museums’ objectives of research, conservation, continuation... View Article
The ALF is pleased to support a new training course launched by !fage (Fondation pour la formation des adultes) aimed at obtaining a “Certificat du marché de l’art moderne et contemporain” (Certificate in the modern and contemporary art market) As part of this new training course, a conference on the theme “Financiarisation, dematerialisation: current and future... View Article
Money Laundering, Sanctions and Corporate Transparency: Risks and Solutions for the U.S. Art Market in 2020 and Beyond
The Responsible Art Market New York Regional Committee is organising its second event as a two-part webinar series on legal and regulatory issues faced by the U.S. art market. The two panels will discuss recent developments, highlight relevant updates to last year’s in-person conference at Columbia Law School and present new thinking on how to... View Article
The ALF organizes jointly with the Art-Law Centre its annual conference on the Swiss copyright reform. Copyright protects artists and gives them the right to decide whether, when and how their work can be used. In Switzerland, the Copyright Act has just been modernized to adapt to the digital age. This reform affect users, archives,... View Article