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In the podcast episodes "Exploring the art market" Maria Boicova-Wynants (IP Lawyer, Mediator and Business writer) discusses fascinating legal, financial and technological issues related to art. Each episode explores one particular topic in 10 to 15 minutes.

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In the podcast episodes "Exploring the art market" Maria Boicova-Wynants (IP Lawyer, Mediator and Business writer) discusses fascinating legal, financial and technological issues related to art. Each episode explores one particular topic in 10 to 15 minutes.

    Exploring_the_art_market_ep_12_Artists_Heritage

    Exploring_the_art_market_ep_12_Artists_Heritage

    Whether creativity is a professional endeavor or just a hobby it usually results in a number (sometimes large) of creative output. What is going to happen with it upon the death of a creative? Are those hundreds of paintings to be kept in storage, thrown away, donated, burned, sold? What about the brushes, easels, hammers or bags of concrete? In this episode, I would like to address the matter of artist’s heritage, as well as pull together some important questions for the artists to reflect upon and for their advisers to take into account in their discussions with their clients.

    Links to materials mentioned in this episode:
    the episode on the right to destroy is accessible here --https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring-the-art-market-ep-8-the-right-to-destroy

    and my article on Value of an artwork is to be read here -- https://artlaw.club/en/artlaw/the-mysterious-world-of-the-value-of-art

    • 11 min
    Exploring_the_art_market_ep_11_Performance_Art

    Exploring_the_art_market_ep_11_Performance_Art

    When someone buys a painting or a sculpture s/he most of the time gets an actual possession of an actual object. Yet, when it comes to performance art, is there a way how to ever own it? Even more so, provided that copyright protects original ideas fixed in a tangible form, is performance art even protectable at all? This episode of “Exploring the art market” podcast explores the performance art from the point of view of authorship, ownership, and protection thereof.

    • 10 min
    Exploring the Art market Ep 10 The concept of authorship

    Exploring the Art market Ep 10 The concept of authorship

    This episode of “Exploring the art market” podcast explores the concept of authorship, or more precisely addresses the question of who can be considered as an author. This seemingly basic and straightforward question surprisingly is not that easy to answer.


    Previous episodes of “Exploring the art market” podcast:

    Episode 1 — Mediation of art-related disputes:
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep1_mediation_and_art

    Episode 2 — Art market bubbles:
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep2_art_market_bubbles

    Episode 3 — Value of art
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep3_value_of_art

    Episode 4 — Copyright and graffiti
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep4_copyright_and_graffiti

    Episode 5 — Jeff Koons
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep5_jeff_koons

    Episode 6 — Appropriation art
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep6_appropriation_art

    Episode 7 — Art crimes
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep7_art_crimes

    Episode 8 — The right to destroy
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring-the-art-market-ep-8-the-right-to-destroy

    Episode 9 — Rybolovlev-Bouvier affair
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring-the-art-market-ep-10-rybolovlev-bouvier

    All comments and suggestions for the podcast are highly welcome either in the comment section below or directly to my e-mail: maria.boicova@gmail.com.

    Thanks for listening and till next time on “Exploring the art market” podcast.
    Available also on iTunes.

    • 6 min
    Exploring The Art Market Ep 9 Rybolovlev Bouvier

    Exploring The Art Market Ep 9 Rybolovlev Bouvier

    This episode of “Exploring the art market” podcast is dedicated to Rybolovlev-Bouvier affair — an avalanche of legal cases around the world on the ruins of a broken relationship between the two powerful men. What went wrong? And which issues are now at stake?

    The link to the article in “The New Yorker” which I mention is here - https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/02/08/the-bouvier-affair


    Previous episodes of “Exploring the art market” podcast:

    Episode 1 — Mediation of art-related disputes:
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep1_mediation_and_art

    Episode 2 — Art market bubbles:
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep2_art_market_bubbles

    Episode 3 — Value of art
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep3_value_of_art

    Episode 4 — Copyright and graffiti
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep4_copyright_and_graffiti

    Episode 5 — Jeff Koons
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep5_jeff_koons

    Episode 6 — Appropriation art
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep6_appropriation_art

    Episode 7 — Art crimes
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep7_art_crimes

    Episode 8 — The right to destroy
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring-the-art-market-ep-8-the-right-to-destroy

    • 10 min
    Exploring The Art Market Ep 8 The Right To Destroy

    Exploring The Art Market Ep 8 The Right To Destroy

    When you hear the words “cultural heritage” what comes to your mind? Which would the rights and obligations of owners and holders of it be? Should there be any? And in general — is it about personal ownership and hence personal decision or the society at large needs to always be taken into the equation?

    In today’s episode of “Exploring the art market” podcast I would like to talk about the right to destroy.



    P.S. The painting I mentioned — Ecce Homo (“Behold the Man”) by Elías García Martínez, dubbed Ecce Mono (“Behold the Monkey”) after the “restoration” by Cecilia Giménez — more on that, including images, here: https://www.amusingplanet.com/2017/01/ecce-homo-botched-painting-that-saved.html



    Previous episodes of “Exploring the art market” podcast:

    Episode 1 — Mediation of art-related disputes:
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep1_mediation_and_art

    Episode 2 — Art market bubbles:
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep2_art_market_bubbles

    Episode 3 — Value of art
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep3_value_of_art

    Episode 4 — Copyright and graffiti
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep4_copyright_and_graffiti

    Episode 5 — Jeff Koons
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep5_jeff_koons

    Episode 6 — Appropriation art
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep6_appropriation_art

    Episode 7 — Art crimes
    https://soundcloud.com/user-796059586/exploring_the_art_market_ep7_art_crimes


    All comments and suggestions for the podcast are highly welcome either in the comment section below or directly to my e-mail: maria.boicova@gmail.com.

    Thanks for listening and till next time on “Exploring the art market” podcast.
    Now available also on iTunes.

    • 12 min
    Exploring_the_art_market_ep7_Art_crimes

    Exploring_the_art_market_ep7_Art_crimes

    Exploring_the_art_market_ep7_Art_crimes by Maria Boicova-Wynants

    • 15 min

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