In my view, it is important to articulate the different interests involved in international art cases. Globalization has added the interests of the global civil society to the traditional claims and counter claims of private parties and of states or nations. Thus, public access to art works has been fostered by anti-seizure statutes protecting international exhibitions. And, it is this line of tendencies and arguments which conceives of famous art works as treasures of mankind and which should prevail in the future.
Globalization in Art Law: Clash of Interests and International Tendencies,
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