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Artist, authorship & legacy : a reader / edited by Daniel McClean.

Other Title:
Artist, authorship and legacy : a reader
Publication:
London : Ridinghouse, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
398 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Subjects:
Artists -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Copyright -- Art.
Copyright -- Moral rights.
Law and art.
Art -- Expertising.
Art -- Expertising.
Artists -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Copyright.
Copyright -- Moral rights.
Law and art.
Form/Genre:
Art.
Summary:
"Artistic authorship is fundamental to how we both interpret and value artworks. The figure of the solitary, creative genius underpins the symbolic and monetary values we ascribe to artworks; yet artistic authorship, like ownership, is often contested and unstable. This interdisciplinary collection of essays, written from legal, art historical, and art market perspectives, critically examines the construction and iteration of the artist-author both during the lifetime of the artist and beyond--whenn artistic authorship is stewarded by others, including artists' estates, foundations and museums. Drawing on current cases and legal disputes, this important anthology addresses enduring issues that have become central to the contemporary art world, such as the collision between artists' rights and the rights of owners of artworks, the problems of authentication and who has the final authority to determine authenticity, and the role of artists' estates as legacy guardians"--Page 4 of cover.
Contents:
Part One Authorship and artists' rights
Artists' rights in the United States: or, a remembrance of claims occasionally checked / Joan Kee
Training ground for moral rights: MASS MoCA v. Christoph Büchel / Donn Zaretsky
Retraction / Martha Buskirk
Up for grabs; or, artistic authorship in the age of the flipper: Kreuk v. Vō / Christian Viveros-Fauné
Authoring contradictions: modern appropriation art and postmodern copyright law in Cariou v. Prince / Nate Harrison
Timeless/authorless / John C. Welchman
The author stripped bare by its employees: artistic authorship in the twenty-first century and beyond / Lisa Rosendahl
Part Two The artwork, aura, and authentication
Demonstrable legacy; or, what sculptors leave behind / Penelope Curtis
From the object to the archive: guaranteeing authorship and ownership in contemporary art / Alessandra Donati
Score, performance, and the posthumous conductor Shane Burke
Hélio Oiticica: a principle of renewal / Guy Brett
Artists' legacies, authentication, and the art market: not always a happy ménage / Georgina Adam
Brave new art market: unsilencing the authenticators / Judith Bresler
Artistic authorship, legacy, and expert liability in the French art market / Corinne Hershkovitch
Authentication and the Italian art market / Giuseppe Calabi
Part Three Legacy and its stewards
Approaches to dealing with artists' estates / Loretta Würtenberger and Karl von Trott zu Solz
What's an artist to do?
Artist-endowed foundations and legacy stewardship in the United States / Christine J. Vincent
Artists' estates as guardians of artistic legacy: custodians or gatekeepers? / Daniel McClean
Marchel Duchamp, Foundation, 1917: a controversial history / Dawn Ades
Thing 000955 (Martha Graham's choreographies) / Agencyormance, and the posthumous conductor A brass-plated boxing ring: foundations, artists' estates, and legacy / Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro
Appendix; or, some adjectival notes on authorship and legacy / Gilane Tawadros.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
McClean, Daniel, editor.
ISBN:
9781909932456
1909932450
OCLC:
1079366877
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