PROJECTS

Who Owns the Orphans? Traditional and Digital Property in Visual Art

Dr. Uma Suthersanen

Dr. Uma Suthersanen
Centre for Commercial Law Studies
Queen Mary, University of London

Email: u.suthersanen@qmul.ac.uk

Dr. Maria Mercedes Frabboni

Dr. Maria Mercedes Frabboni
Centre for Commercial Law Studies
Queen Mary, University of London

Email: m.m.frabboni@qmul.ac.uk

Dr. Daphne Zografos

Dr. Daphne Zografos
IQ Sensato

Web: www.iqsensato.org

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