By Elina Moustaira
This ebook is a comparative criminal learn of the personal and public artwork collections in a number of states of the realm, overlaying crucial concerns that typically come up and targeting the diversities and the similarities of the nationwide legislation within the remedy of these issues.
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Museums. 18 A systematic [not only legal] comparison of national museums could be done for various reasons. Some have the ambition to formulate a single theoretical statement, by reaching general conclusions about the process of creation of national museums and their functions. Somewhat on the contrary, others try to connect strategies for the development of national museums to the birth and development of the nation states, nuancing thus generalizations about national museums. 19 In any case, it is very interesting to study “the parallel interactions between museum, nation and state and give witness to the long standing relevance of national museums as constituent components of… negotiated cultural constitutions See Heidegger 2003 (1960), p.
34 Public interest’s importance was reflected already in the artists’ rights or art preservation statutes enacted by the states—eleven at the time VARA was enacted: Massachusetts, Connecticut, California, New York, Maine, Louisiana, New Jersey, Illinois, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Rhode Island. 39 Anyhow, it seems that there is almost a consensus between the scholars commenting on VARA provisions, that by establishing art preservation as an important purpose, the statute adopts a museological stance.
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Art Collections, Private and Public: A Comparative Legal Study by Elina Moustaira