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 latest volume of the Art Law Magazine comprises articles written by our members from Switzerland and abroad on AML laws in the UK and Switzerland affecting the art market, art investment contracts in Belgium, the third RAM conference and an update on Swiss art and cultural heritage law: The Application of Anti-Money Laundering Regulatory... View Article
The latest volume of the Art Law Magazine comprises articles written by our members from Switzerland and abroad on copyright and multiple authors, art & blockchain, recent changes in Russian law and an update on Swiss art and cultural heritage law: Droit d’auteur : la pluralité d’auteurs d’une seule oeuvre – Arnaud Parreaux Art &... View Article
The annual conference of the Art Law Foundation (ALF) and the Centre for Art Law (CDA), organised in partnership with the Centre for Philanthropy of the University of Geneva will focus on the topic of philanthropy and art. More precisely, this conference will be divided into four themes: art philanthropists, philanthropic structures, art foundations and museums.
Christie's invites ALF members to a workshop on the "Art of Jewels". The workshop will be led by Marie-Cécile Cisamolo, Jewelry Specialist at Christie’s, and Diane de Cerjat, Business development and events manager.