Art Transactions Afternoon Seminar

Posted on: December 2, 2017 by

This afternoon seminar is being offered by the Institute of Art & Law (IAL) with gracious support from Hunters Solicitors. It will focus on transactions involving artworks and other cultural objects. What should buyers and sellers of art always look out for? What laws govern art transactions in the UK? What contractual terms should be included in sale agreements for works of art? And what do you do if it all goes wrong and a dispute arises? These questions and more will be answered during this one-of-a-kind seminar.

Overview

This IAL afternoon seminar on 24 January 2018, with gracious support from Hunters Solicitors, will focus on transactions involving artworks and other cultural objects. What should buyers and sellers of art look out for? What laws govern art transactions in the UK? What contractual terms should be included in sale agreements for works of art? And what do you do if it all goes wrong and a dispute arises? These questions and more will be answered during this one-of-a-kind seminar.

The event will be eligible for 3 CPD points.

Venue: Swedenborg Society, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London

Date/Time: 24th January 2018 from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm, followed by a drinks reception

Cost to attend: £144 (incl. VAT) – 50% off for IAL members (and UKRG members)

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Programme

 

Time Topic Speaker(s)
1.30 Registration
2.00 Welcome and introduction to proceedings Hetty Gleave, Hunters

Alexander Herman, IAL

2.10 Top 10 tips for buying and selling art Gregor Kleinknecht, Hunters

 

2.30 Art market transactions: statutory framework and key cases Miriam Goldby, Queen Mary, University of London

Emily Gould, IAL

3.15 Useful terms in art contracts Petra Warrington, Hunters
3.45 Break
4.15 Contract disputes in the art world and how to resolve them Hetty Gleave, Hunters

Luke Harris, 5 Stone Buildings

5.00 Art market transactions Aidan Meller, Aidan Meller Galleries
5:30 Drinks reception