The principles of high art established by Le Brun were intended to influence artists of his own and subsequent ... as they obtained from the monarch a lettre de brevet offering legal protection and exemption from the regulations of the ...
Author: Gillian Perry
Publisher: Yale University Press
"This is the first of six books in the series Art and its Histories, which form the main texts of an Open University second-level course of the same name"--Preface.
76 Art, including literary art,possesses itsown uniqueinternal canons of operation that sociological independence which frequently goes signify its cultural and unrecognised by the law. 77 Karata (n10) . 78 ibid.
Author: Paul Kearns
Publisher: A&C Black
This book presents a unique and comprehensive examination of the human and moral rights of artists. In what is arguably the first exhaustive book-length account of artists' rights, Paul Kearns explores the problems associated with censorship, both from philosophical and legal perspectives, and focuses on the various ways in which the morality of art is legally regulated in different jurisdictions. In relation to human rights, English, French and American law, the law of the European Convention on Human Rights, European Union law and public international law are all closely scrutinised to discover the extent to which they offer protection for artistic freedom. The author also examines domestic and international law in respect of artists' moral rights, the law of copyright and related laws. In short, the book provides an original, and sometimes controversial, analysis of persistent concerns regarding the legal regulation of the arts universally, doctrinally and theoretically, and seeks to offer an holistic treatment which will appeal to art lawyers, artists and those interested in the future of the arts.
In this volume, such laws are analysed from a cultural, juridical and art-historical perspective in order to understand how both legal and artistic scholarship affected the guardianship of artefacts, fluctuations in the art market and the ...
Author: Chiara Mannoni
The edicts on the antiquities and artworks issued in the Papal States and Greece in the early 19th century were the first comprehensive legislation for the protection of heritage in Europe. In this volume, such laws are analysed from a cultural, juridical and art-historical perspective in order to understand how both legal and artistic scholarship affected the guardianship of artefacts, fluctuations in the art market and the establishment of innovative systems for heritage administration in Rome and Athens. The analysis of the origins of these laws, discussed in comparison to earlier edicts (5th-18th century), and of their cultural consequences also sheds light on the development of new definitions of "art", "artwork" or "monument" which are fundamental to contemporary approaches to heritage protection in Europe.
Likewise, there was a notable shift in excavation methods and aims, from the former focus on monumental art and ... In 1963, a new antiquities law protected excavated materials from trophy exportation to fill foreign museums, ...
Author: Amy Rebecca Gansell
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Testing the Canon of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Archaeology invites readers to reconsider the contents and agendas of the art historical and world-culture canons by looking at one of their most historically enduring components: the art and archaeology of the ancient Near East. Ann Shafer, Amy Rebecca Gansell, and other top researchers in the field examine and critique the formation and historical transformation of the ancient Near Eastern canon of art, architecture, and material culture. Contributors flesh out the current boundaries of regional and typological sub-canons, analyze the technologies of canon production (such as museum practices and classroom pedagogies), and voice first-hand heritage perspectives. Each chapter, thereby, critically engages with the historiography behind our approach to the Near East and proposes alternative constructs. Collectively, the essays confront and critique the ancient Near Eastern canon's present configuration and re-imagine its future role in the canon of world art as a whole. This expansive collection of essays covers the Near East's many regions, eras, and types of visual and archaeological materials, offering specific and actionable proposals for its study. Testing the Canon of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Archaeology stands as a vital benchmark and offers a collective path forward for the study and appreciation of Near Eastern cultural heritage. This book acts as a model for similar inquiries across global art historical and archaeological fields and disciplines.
manifestations: “festivals and customs, music and instruments, dances and their representations, holiday traditions, literary creations, techniques and other manifestations with their own traditional character” (Art.2, Catalan law 1993) ...
Author: Pier Luigi Petrillo
This book describes the global legal framework for safeguarding the “Intangible Cultural Heritage” – as defined by the UNESCO Convention in 2003 – and analyses its use in selected countries in the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe. Each of the contributions has been prepared by high profile experts and strategically addresses countries that are representative for their corresponding area. Our understanding of the term “Cultural Heritage” has changed considerably over the past few decades, and it is becoming increasingly clear that the concept also includes traditions and living expressions that we inherit from our ancestors and pass on to our descendants. UNESCO has recognised and responded to this change of perspective, creating through the 2003 Convention an international instrument for safeguarding the “Intangible Cultural Heritage”, a notion including oral traditions, performing arts, social practices, rituals, festive events, knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, as well as the knowledge and skills needed to produce traditional crafts. New values, practices and heritages were recognized – from the ancient African rituals to the Mexican Mariachi musical expression to the Brazilian Samba and the Mediterranean Diet – all of which convey strong social and cultural meaning for their community's identity. Intangible Cultural Heritage is a growing, relatively recent field of study and also an emblem of the dialogue between distant populations with different cultures, which is the reason why a comparative approach is the most appropriate basis for conducting an analysis of how the contracting states to the Convention live up to their commitments through national safeguarding measures and enhancement policies or through international cooperation projects.
Yet in some cases even public art policies cannot protect public art. ... Shortly thereafter Wyoming legislators amended their laws: in the future any public art referencing the state's history of mining must gain the governor's ...
Author: Cher Krause Knight
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A Companion to Public Art is the only scholarly volume to examine the main issues, theories, and practices of public art on a comprehensive scale. Edited by two distinguished scholars with contributions from art historians, critics, curators, and art administrators, as well as artists themselves Includes 19 essays in four sections: tradition, site, audience, and critical frameworks Covers important topics in the field, including valorizing victims, public art in urban landscapes and on university campuses, the role of digital technologies, jury selection committees, and the intersection of public art and mass media Contains “artist’s philosophy” essays, which address larger questions about an artist’s body of work and the field of public art, by Julian Bonder, eteam (Hajoe Moderegger and Franziska Lamprecht), John Craig Freeman, Antony Gormley, Suzanne Lacy, Caleb Neelon, Tatzu Nishi, Greg Sholette, and Alan Sonfist.
The Challenge of Legal Protection Barbara Pasa ... Canons and Styles In Design Studies, the “morphological overview” was an approach used to classify objects and artefacts on the basis of predetermined stylistic features, where the set ...
Author: Barbara Pasa
The copyright/design interface for a wider, non-specialist audience, taking as a starting point the notion of industrial design derived from design studies, on the border between art and science.
The Holy See argues canon law and Church teaching are protected from crc scrutiny by the Holy See's sovereignty and right to religious freedom. ... 11 Cf. United Nations, Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, arts. 60; 65.
Author: Mary McAleese
In Childrens’ Rights and Obligations in Canon Law Mary McAleese subjects to scrutiny for the first time the extensive terms and conditions of Church membership which apply to over three hundred million child members of the Catholic Church, the largest non-governmental provider of services to children world-wide.
The subjects taught by these individuals did not include the traditional subjects of arts, canon law, medicine, and theology as these subjects were taught in the universitas facultatum. Rather, in these settings the primary subject of ...
Author: Matthew J Hertzog
This volume examines the historical origins of tenure in higher education. The concept of academic freedom and tenure has been a point of discussion between university faculty and administration since the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) established these two concepts in their 1915 Declaration of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure. In this book, the author examines the history of these two issues and how they became an integral part of higher education in the United States. In his detailed analysis, the author provides a review of landmark state and federal court cases and evaluates the subsequent impact of those rulings on academic freedom and tenure.