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Hardback192 PagesSize: 240 × 170 mm
Includes 30 b&w illustrations
ISBN: 9781848223523Publication: April 06, 2020

Creative Legacies

Critical Issues for Artists' Estates

Edited by Kathy Battista and Bryan Faller

£35.00 GBP

Available for preorder: this book will be shipped on its publication date of April 06, 2020

  • Offers vital legacy-management information for visual practitioners in all fields, including art, architecture, decorative art and design
  • Includes a range of fascinating and often controversial case studies introduced by an international panel of contributors
  • Illuminates complex questions of artistic copyright and image rights, as well as examining the estate-dealer relationship

Description
Creative Legacies is an in-depth guide to practical, legal and financial considerations and best-practice for artists’ estates. Beyond simply offering advice for effective legacy management, the book seeks a nuanced investigation of specific topics relevant to artists' legacy.



What is an artist’s legacy? Should artists' estates be maintained in perpetuity or permitted to sunset? How do younger artists engage with estate planning today? How do we ensure the legacies of jewellers, architects and artists working with ephemeral materials or whose work is entirely site-specific? For all artists and their estates, art-market professionals and students of the art market, Creative Legacies offers vital answers to these fascinating and often complex questions of artistic legacy.

Includes contributions by Kathy Battista, Lexy Bowes-Lyon, Bryan Faller, Nathalie Khan, Christine Kuan, Lisa Le Feuvre, Daniel McLean, Christy MacLear, Tom McNulty, Mark Morris, Judith Prowda, Ann-Marie Richard, Christine Vincent, Eric Wolf, Robin Wright and Loretta Würtenberger.  


 





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