Art in the Evening: The Legal Life Cycle of Collecting Art
Join us and learn about the legal side to collecting art. Legal issues impact every aspect of the life cycle of art collection, from acquisition through to the sale of works of art. Preacquisition due diligence obligations: negotiating purchase and auction agreements; Holocaust-era looted art and common theft cases; import and export concerns; and the tax implications of inheriting and donating art are just a few of the matters and issues for art collectors. Art lawyer Christine Steiner will provide a legal overview of these issues in her lecture on the life cycle of art collection, from acquisition to disposition.
Christine Steiner is special counsel in Sheppard Mullin’s entertainment, technology and advertising practice group and art law practice. Prior to joining the firm, she ran a private practice dedicated to global issues in art, architecture, culture, museums and intellectual property law. Steiner has served as secretary and general counsel of the J. Paul Getty Trust, and as assistant general counsel of the Smithsonian Institution. An esteemed professor and lecturer, she also served as faculty for international programs in Florence, Italy, and Cambridge, England. Steiner currently serves on the editorial board of the Copyright Society of the United States and is an adjunct professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
$10 per person (Members: free)
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Timken Museum of Art
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