The Responsible Art Market (RAM) initiative has launched a survey on its current project: guidelines for experts authenticating works of fine art. Together with the survey, RAM shared a draft version of the guidelines which will be presented at its upcoming annual conference on 31 January 2020 in Geneva. See the consultation draft of the guidelines here. Access the survey here. The deadline to complete the survey is 12 noon Friday 22 November 2019.
I am thrilled to announce that the University of Geneva Law Faculty will offer a new semester course on "Cultural Philanthropy and Law" ("La philanthropie culturelle et le droit") which I will teach starting in Spring 2020. The Course will be open to the public and to students of the faculties of law and arts. Several experts in this field will be guest lecturers, including Professor Marc-André Renold (University of Geneva), Professor Xavier Oberson (University of Geneva), At
Today, the Serpentine Galleries together with Guest Work Agency convened a Legal Lab summit on art, technology and law in London as part of the new research and development platform of the Serpentine. Key thinkers and doers in the area of art, tech and law were invited, including artists, developers, technologists, curators, lawyers, legal designers and legal academics. It was an absolute privilege to be a part of the Legal Lab support network. More information on the Serpent