Artist's resale rights
How an Oscar statuette row highlights issues around resale rights in the US
Resale rules have become the art world norm: what are they and are they enforceable?
Art sales contracts now often include terms stating when and how you can—or rather, how you cannot—sell a work on
Canada moves toward adopting artist's resale rights law
The move would be especially significant for First Nations artists, who make up an enormous share of Canada’s art market but rarely earn more than subsistence income from sales
Artist resale rights organisations launch UK High Court action against multi-millionaire art dealer and collector Ivor Braka
The Artists’ Collecting Society and the Design and Artists Copyright Society say Braka has refused to disclose information on secondary market sales since royalties legislation was introduced in 2006
Should post-Brexit UK get rid of the Artist’s Resale Right?
The controversial levy, introduced by the EU in 2006, is intended to help struggling artists but it ends up pouring more money into the hands of the most successful few
Comment: droit de suite in the EU is bad for all art markets—and the artists it is meant to help
The British Art Market Federation chairman on Artists' Resale Right representing a serious challenge to market competitiveness in 2005