Guide to the Artist’s Resale Right Regulations 2006.
Resale Right - a-n The Artists Information Company
DACS is calling on artists and estates to take part in a survey on the Artist’s Resale Right, following a call for evidence on its workings by the UK government.
Annabel Tilley talks to Gary Hume about twenty-five years of practice, prizes and paint.
This letter regarding the Artist’s Resale Right appeared in The Times, December 2011.
Artists and supporters of art are being rallied to support final implementation of an important Right for artists, their families and beneficiaries.
Response from the AIR Council regarding the Artist’s Resale Right. Downloadable PDF version. Requires PDF reader.
DACS (the Design and Artists Copyright Society) has warned visual creators who use social networking sites to promote their work to stop and read the small print.
British artists and their families were dealt a crushing blow in December as Government again decided to delay implementation of the Artist’s Resale Right for artists’ heirs and beneficiaries.
In July, the UK Intellectual Property Office launched a consultation to assess the likely impact of Artists Resale Right and the derogation for deceased artists on the UK art market.
Artists are getting record resale royalties as DACS made the fourth set of royalty payments in October.
Nicholas Sharp on the Artists Resale Right Regulations 2006.
After close involvement in campaigning for the Artists Resale Right, painter Simon Black is warmly welcoming this new right.
Measures to give artists a share of the proceeds from the resale of their work became law in January.
In January 2006, Artists resale rights will be a reality in the UK, after many years of hard lobbying by artists organisations and individual artists. Arguably the most important new right for artists in recent history, this will ensure that […]