ABA Journal has opened its nominations for the 100 best legal blogs. We would nominate the following art law blogs which we regularly consult for their coverage of the latest art world headlines. Continue reading
Tower Hamlets Council has won a protracted legal battle over the ownership of a £17 million Henry Moore sculpture, ‘Draped Seated Women, affectionately known as ‘Old Flo’.
In short, the photo and video sharing app says be respectful: no nudity, no spam, no law-breaking. Although not a dramatic change to previous guidelines, the overhaul now includes more details and has adopted a tougher tone. Before, guidelines asked users to be polite and respectful. The revised version is much longer and specifies that “serious threats of harm to public and personal safely aren’t allowed.” Continue reading
In 2011 Barbara Hepworth’s Two Forms (Divided Circle) was stolen from Dulwich Park during the night. The bronze sculpture was thought to have been stolen for its metal value. It was the latest in a series of thefts of public sculpture believed to be perpetrated in response to the rising prices of certain metals. Continue reading