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Title Visual artists and resale royalties : considerations, copyright and the Droit de Suite issue / Valentina Poland, editor
Published New York : Nova Publishers, [2014]
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Series Fine Arts, Music and Literature
Fine arts, music and literature.
Contents VISUAL ARTISTS AND RESALE ROYALTIES: CONSIDERATIONS, COPYRIGHT AND THE DROIT DE SUITE ISSUE; VISUAL ARTISTS AND RESALE ROYALTIES: CONSIDERATIONS, COPYRIGHT AND THE DROIT DE SUITE ISSUE; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; PREFACE; Chapter 1: RESALE ROYALTIES: AN UPDATED ANALYSIS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; EXECUTIVE SUMMARY; I. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND; II. THE CURRENT LEGAL LANDSCAPE; III. POLICY CONSIDERATIONS; IV. OVERALL FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS; APPENDIX A: FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICES; APPENDIX B: COMMENTING PARTIES AND ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS
APPENDIX C: COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF SELECT RESALE ROYALTY PROVISIONSAPPENDIX D: OTHER RELEVANT AREAS OF LAW THAT SUPPORT VISUAL ARTISTS; APPENDIX E: SELECTED COUNTRIES WITH LAWS CONTAINING PROVISIONS ON THE RESALE RIGHT; Chapter 2: SUBMISSION OF COMMENTS FOR THE EQUITY FOR VISUAL ARTISTS ACT OF 2011; APPENDIX A; Chapter 3: WRITTEN COMMENTS OF VAGA; INTRODUCTION; Chapter 4: RESPONSE TO THE NOTICE OF INQUIRY ON RESALE ROYALTY RIGHT; INTRODUCTION; THE RESALE RIGHT IS A VITAL AUTHOR'S RIGHT FOR VISUAL ARTISTS; THE RESALE RIGHT HAS NO DETRIMENTAL EFFECT ON THE ART MARKET
Chapter 6: COMMENTS OF SOTHEBY'S, INC. AND CHRISTIE'S INC. IN RESPONSE TO COPYRIGHT OFFICE'S NOTICE OF INQUIRY RE RESALE ROYALTY RIGHTI. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY; II. RESALE ROYALTY LEGISLATION IS A SOLUTION IN SEARCH OF A PROBLEM; III. NATIONAL RESALE ROYALTY LEGISLATION WOULD NOT BENEFIT ARTISTS OR THE PUBLIC; IV. NATIONAL RESALE ROYALTY LEGISLATION WILL LIKELY HARM U.S. ARTISTS AND THE U.S. ART MARKET; CONCLUSION; INDEX
THE RESALE RIGHT IS NOW WELL INTEGRATED BY MARKET OPERATORSCONCLUSION; Chapter 5: SUBMISSION OF COMMENTS FOR THE EQUITY FOR VISUAL ARTISTS ACT OF 2011 BY EVA; THE EUROPEAN RESALE RIGHT HARMONISATION; SOME RECOMMENDATIONS FROM EUROPEAN EXPERIENCES; THE BENEFIT FOR AUTHORS, ESTATES AND HEIRS; NO DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS ON THE ART MARKET; OBJECTIVE OF THE RESALE RIGHT; THE US EQUITY FOR VISUAL ARTISTS ACT OF 2011; RECIPROCITY BETWEEN USA, EUROPEAN UNION AND OTHER COUNTRIES AND CONTINENTS; CONCLUSION
Summary Artists Rights Society (ARS) is an organization that represents the intellectual property rights, including the copyrights, of more than 50,000 visual artists worldwide. It has an American repertory, which includes Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Jacob Lawrence, to name some of the prominent members. However, the overwhelming majority of ARS' members are lesser known artists who have nevertheless devoted their lives to this profession. This book provides an updated report examining the issues surrounding visual artists and resale royalties in the United State
Notes Includes index
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Subject Copyright -- Royalties.
Form Electronic book
Author Poland, Valentina, editor
ISBN 1631173030 (electronic bk.)
9781631173035 (electronic bk.)