Dans notre section Presse vous trouvez une compilation d'articles publiés sur l’Institut des successions d’artistes.

Artnet: The Emotional Business of Managing an Artist’s Estate

The afterlife of an artist exists in their work. But even a world-class late artist’s reputation can suffer badly from a mismanaged estate: lack of transparency and a definitive catalog raisonné, or in some cases, inaccessible archives, or squabbling heirs can tarnish an artist’s legacy, have a negative effect on their market, and halt academic research on their work.

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Elephant Magazine: Death – Just Another Phase of an Artist’s Career

More needs to be said and written about what happens when artists die. Not that the subject is entirely neglected in academic circles: a friend of mine is five years into researching her PhD on the causes of mortality in Modernist sculptors, while a weighty tome investigating the burial practices of Abstract Expressionists in Arizona & New Mexico, 1956–59, dropped through the Elephant letterbox just last week.

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Artsy Magazine: What Artists Should Do to Protect Their Legacies

Art often makes viewers ponder their mortality. Just think of the memento mori, a Latin phrase that translates directly to “remember you must die” and refers to symbols of death in art, most typically skulls (hey, no one said it should be subtle). And yet artists, as much as viewers, must think about what happens after they die: how their work will be seen, treated, and exhibited posthumously.

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