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Event—Innovation and change in a Responsible Art Market

Posted by Nicholas O'Donnell on January 8, 2021 at 9:59 AM

As potential regulation of the art market gathers in the United States, the increasing relevance of the Responsible Art Market Initiative is ever clearer. And while we will miss gathering in Geneva for the first time in several years, RAM is undeterred. Join us on Friday January 29, 2021 for a virtual edition of the annual RAM event, this year entitled “Innovation and change in a Responsible Art Market.” The program follows below (including a virtual networking opportunity), and registration by 27 January 2021 can be accomplished using the following link: www.responsibleartmarket.org/event-registration

See you then. Until next year, this will have to suffice for ein Stückchen der Schweiz from last February:


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Topics: Anne Laure Bandle, Reibpartie, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Art Law Foundation, New York University, TEFAF, Geneva, Sandrine Giroud, Lalive, Albert Martin Wolffson, Eugene Driker, Sullivan & Worcester LLP, Henry Zacharias, Copyright, EPA Victory, Sullivan and Worcester LLP, Bonhams, Nicholas M. O'Donnell, Elmyr de Hory, Mathilde Heaton, RAM, Responsible Art Market initiative, Phillips, Stephenson Harwood, Sullivan, Jonathan Petropoulos, Nanne Dekking, Artory, National Defense Authorization Act, Nicolas Galley, Borel & Barbey, Valentina Volshkova, Masterworks, Tom Christopherson, Melanie Damani, Pace Gallery, University of Zurich, Masha Golovina, Hottinger Group, Freya Simms, LAPADA, The Association of Art and Antiques Dealers, Audry Li, Zhong Lun Law Firm, Shanghai

Upcoming Event in Maastricht—Assembling Value: The changing roles of experts and expertise in art and heritage worlds

Posted by Nicholas O'Donnell on December 23, 2014 at 6:20 AM

In 2013 I had the privilege of speaking at the Maastricht University’s Art and Heritage Disputes conference. It was a well-organized session that I enjoyed tremendously, and I met many terrific scholars and practitioners. On top of that, Maastricht is an absolute delight.

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Topics: Rachel Pownall, Renée van de Vall, Assembling Value The changing roles of experts and, Maastricht Centre for Arts and Culture Conservatio, Maastricht University, TEFAF, Raf de Bont, Hildegard Schneider, Vivian van Saaze, Events, Joop de Jong, and the Stichting Restauratie Atelier Limburg, The European Fine Art Fair

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