The Art & Law Program: Since 2010

26 Broadway, New York, New York 10004


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@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-12-11

A few seats left for the 2018 Art & Law Program term. Applications due on or by January 8, 2018.

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-19

Wordless, curated by former fellow, Nicole Kaack. (wordless) opens 7-10pm Saturday November 18th 2017 Art by Rosaire Appel, Zipora Fried, and Renee Gladman.

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-19

Former fellows, Kenneth Pietrobono and Donald Daedalus, in this new exhibition currently up at Smack Mellon (NYC).

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-17

Government claims Guantanamo detainee art is U.S. property And thus, the U.S. government can do what it wants with that artwork, including burn it. If the U.S. government was smart, they would put it up for auction at Christie s and with the billion-dollar proceeds, pay off the national debt. #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-16

How do mass shooting and terrorist attacks impact the American economy and financial markets? Sobering article by Cornell Law Professor, Joseph Margulies. #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-16

Given our rolling-admissions, there are only several seats left for The Art & Law Program s 2018 spring term. Applicants are advised to apply before the January 8, 2018 deadline. Applications and info may be viewed here: http://www.artlawprogram.com/apply/

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-16

The myth of the male bumbler:ow me to make a controversial proposition: Men are every bit as sneaky and calculating and venomous as women are widely suspected to be. And the bumbler — the very figure that shelters them from this ugly truth — is the best and hardest prortlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-02

Awesome article by Isaac Kaplan up now on Artsy on Alex Strada ( 16) and her artist contract. Amazing! #artlaw #art #contracts

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-02

The study of art and law doesn t seem that crazy when you realize that The Art & Law Program s foundations were in El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico. Spanish, English, Spanglish, Aztec pyramids, Colonial cathedrals and European nightclubs, not to mention the intermingling of all kinds of food, music, film and art.

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-02

Vered Snear ( 16) presenting on zombies, copyright and the internet at last weekend s Oral Arguments at NYU. #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-02

Thomas Beale presenting on outlaws at the Oral Arguments, Volume I, at NYU. #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-01

Alex Strada presenting on artists contracts for the Oral Arguments, Oct.28, 2017 at NYU. #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-11-01

If you re under arrest and want a lawyer, make sure you ask for one in a clear and unambiguous manner. #artlaw #criminallaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-31

Terike Haapoja on her projects dealing with property, animals and personhood at the Oral Arguments last Saturday at NYU. #artlaw #art

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-31

Kenneth Pietrobono presenting on the politics of trademarking and branding at the Oral Arguments, October 28, 2017 at NYU. #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-30

Abuse of power is most perverse when explicit and with impunity.

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-29

Thanks to all who came out last night for the Oral Arguments. A great event and phenomenal presentations. So touched. Let s keep the art and law ball rolling. #artlaw #art #nyc

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-29

Damien Davis ( 16 spring), our great collaborator and artist, who helped these Oral Arguments happen. Thank you! (And no, he s not dancing...).

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-29

A huge thanks to everyone who came out for last night s Oral Arguments. It was a successful event with phenomenal presentations. So touched to see so much art and law love. As proof, here s a pic of the fellows/presenters taking a swig after a long day of presentations and Q&A. Cheers!

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-28

Get your limited edition Art & Law Program pin today at the first Art & Law Oral Arguments at NYU, 34 Stuyvesant St., 4pm. All proceeds go to support the Art & Law Program. Doors open at 3:30pm! #artlaw

@The Art & Law Program: Since 2010 2017-10-28

Later today at NYU: 34 Stuyvesant. Don t miss! #artlaw


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The Art & Law Program is a nonpartisan NYC-based think tank with a philosophical focus on the relationship between law and contemporary art.

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The Art & Law Program (“The Program”) is a semester-long seminar series with a theoretical and philosophical focus on the effects of law and jurisprudence on cultural production and reception. An examination of how art and artistic practices challenge, rupture, and change the apparatus of law completes The Program.

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