The Art Law Review

January 6, 2023The Law Reviews

Lawrence Kaye and Howard Spiegler are the editors of the innovative third edition of The Art Law Review, in which leading practitioners from around the world detail key developments in their respective countries pertaining to the field of art law. Lawrence and Howard, along with counsel Yael M. Weitz and Gabrielle C. Wilson, contributed a chapter providing an overview of art law in the United States.

The review contains substantive chapters that present current and significant issues in important areas of art law:

a. recent developments in the art market;
b. art authentication;
c. art and technology;
d. moral rights; and
e. cultural heritage disputes.

The chapters that follow discuss recent art law developments in 19 key countries. Each country's chapter gives a review of hot topics, trends and noteworthy cases and transactions during the past year, then examines in greater depth specific developments in the following areas: art disputes, fakes, forgeries and authentication, art transactions, artists' rights, and trusts and foundations, and offers insights for the future.

For more information about The Art Law Review or to order a copy, which we recommend for the bookshelf of anyone involved in the art market, please click here