HUB/ART is pleased to announce a new appointment with CBM & Partners law firm.

On 2 April 2021, from 14:00 to 16:00, we will hold the webinar on the Zoom platform “Digital art: a guide to a new form of collecting” aimed at anyone wishing to approach this new art form that is becoming a true cultural phenomenon.

Together with the lawyers Cristina Riboni and Riccardo Di Santo of the law firm CBM & Partners, we will try to analyse this new artistic trend and provide the minimum and necessary tools for understanding a phenomenon so strongly linked to our contemporary world.

The meeting will be introduced by Hub/Art curator Greta Zuccali, who will try to explain the historical and artistic evolution of the art on the net.

 

HUB/ART, as an operator in the contemporary art sector, aware of the social, cultural and economic role played by art, supports the event in partnership with CBM&Partners with the aim of making the dialogue between art and law effective.

 

Workshop agenda:
2 April 2021, h. 14:00-16:00

– 14:00-14:20: Introduction and art-historical overview
– 14:20-15:00: Digital Art. State of the art and legal frameworks
– 15:15-16:00: Legal protection and blockchain

 

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The subscribers will receive the link to access the meeting on Zoom.

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The Speakers

Cristina Riboni

Cristina joined CBM & Partners Law Firm in 2008. She has always worked in the field of civil litigation, specializing in disputes concerning the art market, copyright and intellectual property. She has also gained significant experience with regard to disputes related to agency and financial intermediation, representing leading companies and banks in legal proceedings. In addition to her litigation activity, she also assists private collectors, galleries, auction houses and operators in the art sector. She also provides advice on e-commerce and consumer protection, dealing with the most important operators in the e-commerce sector, as well as with the supervisory authorities. Finally, she is an expert in inheritance law and, particularly, she assists banks and credit institutions, including foreign ones, in resolving cases relating to dormant banking relationships. In the past, she collaborated with the consumer association Codacons and participated in the Working Group “Product Safety” at the Ministry of Economic Development.


Riccardo Di Santo

Riccardo Di Santo joined CMB & Partners in 2018. He assists Italian and foreign clients in civil and commercial law matters, including litigation and arbitration. In addition to his activity in litigation, he also advises clients in negotiating and drafting contracts. His practice areas include e-commerce, consumer protection and privacy.