Pedersoli introduces a series of meetings on topics connected to the art field
A series of workshops promoted by Pedersoli Studio Legale and reserved to collectors and art lovers has started.
The first meeting “Sale and circulation of a work of art: legal and tax profiles, due diligence and the role of market operators”, has involved Andrea de’ Mozzi, equity partner at Pedersoli Studio Legale, tax law expert, Laura Castelli, professor at Università degli Studi di Milano, Domenico Filipponi, head of art advisory services at Cordusio Fiduciaria and Filippo Lotti, managing director at Sotheby’s Italy.
The second meeting has focussed on the topic “Obligations for exportation, assessment on the origin and aspects of liability in connection with the circulation of works of art in the market” with the participation of Antonella Crippa, collection chief curator at UBI Banca, Clarice Pecori Giraldi, principal of CPG Art Advisory with Enrico Maria Mancuso, equity partner at Pedersoli Studio Legale, who has explained criminal aspects potentially connected to the unlawful exportation of works of art.
The third and fourth meetings, planned for early 2020, will be focused respectively on the authenticity of a work of art and the generational transfer of collections.
Speakers, inter alia, will be Matteo Lampertico, from Lampertico Gallery, Matteo Molinari, professional trustee at A.D. Beni in Trust S.r.l. and Mattia Pivato, from Catholic University of Milan including other representatives of artist’s archives and art market operators.
Meetings take place at the Milan offices of Pedersoli Studio Legale, which, by this event, promotes its expertise in art law. In fact, the Firm has a long-standing tradition in the assistance of individuals and entities in the management of issues connected to the art field, with specific focus on civil, criminal, administrative and tax law aspects, mainly in relation to generational transfers of artistic assets, as well as disputes among owners of works of art, artists, galleries, auction houses and institutions.