Artists’ moral rights laws have been in force in the UK since 1989. Have they been operating well for the past twenty-odd years, or is there room for improvement? This question is triggered by two rec… Continue Reading Moral Rights: A Suitable Case for Treatment?
During these straitened economic times increasing numbers of public museums and galleries around the world have been driven to consider deaccessioning works in their collections; and many have done so… Continue Reading Deaccessioning Public Collections
No lies he wouldn’t compromise No junk no bits of string And all the lies we subsidise That just don’t mean a thing I’ve got to say he passed away in obscurity And now all the vultures are coming down… Continue Reading Dire Straits – outside the gallery