Art Antiquity and Law: 2017 Annual Subscription


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The April 2017 issue of Art Antiquity and Law has been released and includes articles on the role of trusts in cultural property claims, the restitution of art collections, treating human remains as heritage and the links between law and other artistic pursuits. Two useful case notes, one on art dealer agency relationships and the other on gifts and bankruptcy, are also included.

The July 2017 issue will be focused on Brexit and its potential impact on art law.

Volume XXII Issues 1-4 contain the following:

Issue I Articles

The Role of Trusts in Cultural Property Claims
| Luke Harris

The Kaumheimer Case: Requisition, Restitution and Dispersion of a Collection of Porcelain Art from the 1930s to the Present Day | Giovanni Dellantonio

Human Remains as Heritage: Categorisation, Legislation and Protection | Christopher Frerking and Heather Gill-Frerking

Identities of Lawyers in Opera and Real Life: A Dialogue between the World of Law and the World of Opera | Inger Høedt-Rasmussen

Issue I Case Notes

New York Courts’ Goldilocks Complex: the Porridge of Factors Comprising Agency Relationships in Art Transactions Schulhof v. Jacobs| Megan E. Noh

Gifts and Bankruptcy Wood v. Lowe | Katharine Mason

Issue II  Art & Brexit

| Uma Suthersanen

Outside the Debate: The Potential Impact of Brexit for Cultural Heritage in the UK | Kristin Hausler and Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott

Brexit, Art Loans and Contracts Left in Limbo
| Geoffrey Bennett

Tackling Art Crime and Obtaining Restitution of Cultural Property Post-Brexit
| Tony Baumgartner

The Rise of Negotiation (ADR) in Restitution, Return and Repatriation of Cultural Property: Moral Pressure and Power Pressure | Folarin Shyllon

Art Disputes and their Resolution through ADR: A Matter of Creativity Rather than of Brexit Implications | Debbie De Girolamo

Art Disputes and Procedural Matters Post-Brexit
| Hetty Gleave

Copyright in Photographs of Paintings: the UK Approach, the Impact of European Jurisprudence and the Prospects in a Post-Brexit World | Emily Gould and Alexander Herman

Property and Culture: A Case Study on Orphan Works
| Uma Suthersanen

Issue III Articles

Whose Cultural Heritage?
Crimean Treasures at the Crossroads of Politics, Law and Ethics | Evelien Campfens

Art-Secured Lending and Related Considerations: An Overview of the Canadian Legal Framework| Elisa Durante

Shifting Legal Roles in /dealings with Artwork as Collateral: An Australian Perspective | Sheelagh McCracken and Greg Tolhurst

China’s New Law on Art Auctions
| Hui Zhong

UK Ratification of the Hague Convention
| Emily Gould

Protecting Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Con ict:
New Challenges and Recent Developments in the Context of UNESCO | Artemis Papathanassiou

The Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery Act A Sea Change in US Law of Restitution | Nicholas M. O’Donnell

Issue III Case Notes

Planning Decisions and the Impact on Monuments and Listed Buildings R (on the application of Williams) v. Powys County Council | Katharine Mason

Issue IV Articles & Case Notes (Oct-Dec 2017) pending

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