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Ryan Su

Ryan Su is a Singapore art lawyer and frequently advises museums, artists, galleries, curators and collectors. He is on the board of several non-profits and a Contributing Editor at ArtAsiaPacific, is the recipient of the Patron of the Arts (2017, 2020), and is completing his PhD in art law and dispute resolution. He holds an LL.B (Hons.) and LL.M (Lond.) in International Dispute Resolution & Economic Law and is presently Special Counsel at OC Queen Street, the Singapore office of Osborne Clarke.

Singapore and the Region: State of Art Law or Art Law of the State?

In the last thirty years, the countries of Southeast Asia which surround Singapore have largely modernized, driven in part by political will, especially during intermittent moments of stability. While the precarity and haphazardness of the region has been described as “building an airplane while in flight”, this dispatch aims to shed light on the state of art law and the art law of the state—of Singapore and the region.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2023

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