The best way to diversify a museum’s collection is by any means necessary. But an easy way is to sell overvalued art and buy undervalued art. Or at least it would be easy, if the art world establishment permitted it. The art world euphemism for museums selling art is “deaccessioning.” According to the Association of […]
Brian L. Frye is Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law, where he teaches intellectual property and copyright, among other things. His scholarship focuses on intellectual property and charity law issues affecting artists and arts organizations.
What Is Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s Record on Arts Funding?
Coney Barrett’s goal to build a “Kingdom of God” as a Supreme Court justice has threatened many livelihoods. How will her policies fare the arts?