Kimberly Babin is an Art Law & Art Market specialist. She has curated numerous exhibitions and worked with world-renowned artists. Kimberly holds a Specialized Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice – Art Law & Crime, and studied art law with Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and the Institute of Art & Law.
She regularly presents on the arts, art law & crime, curation, cultural heritage and the arts market to Christie’s Alumni, colleges, museums, and other institution. She is the Founder of Art Legal and The Art Law Case Briefs podcast.
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Legal Ethics in a Global Art Market
The scope of law encompasses not only ethical principles, but also requires ethical considerations and conduct ...
Reading the Fine Print: Artists Contracts and Why You Need One
There is a wide range of contractual and legal issues that arise relating to works of art, the art market and the ...
UK Dissent of The Return of Parthenon Marbles
As UK Law Grants New Powers to Galleries and Museums in England and Wales, Prime Minister Liz Truss Takes Stance ...
Collecting Art Ethically
The art market is currently estimated to be a $65 billion dollar market, and private collectors, institutions, and ...
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