Advisor on Art & Cultural Heritage, Chiomenti
Angela Saltarelli is an attorney, mediator and arbitrator focused on art law, cultural heritage, copyright and intellectual property law. She has developed a substantial practice in art law and cultural heritage, representing famous artists, art institutions and collectors for the protection, circulation, management and valuation of artworks and collections.
Angela is a teacher in postgraduate and graduate courses on Art Law, Copyright and Cultural Heritage as the Master in Economy and Management of Art and Cultural Heritage at 24 Ore Business School or guest teacher at the Rome Summer Study Abroad Program at St John’s University. She is an author of the forthcoming publication on “Blockchain in art: tokenization, authenticity and other wonders” for ALAI Italia, and she published the article “Restitution of Looted Art in Europe: few cases, many obstacles” on La Propriedad Inmaterial law review. She also co-authored the Italian book chapter of “The Art Collecting Legal Handbook” published by Thomson Reuters. Angela is a frequent speaker and has published extensively on issues related to art law and business, including law review, art magazines such as Collezione da Tiffany and international art law blogs as Art and Artifice and The 1709 Blog.
Angela’s law practice has included arbitration and mediation since 2010. She is a member of the IBA Association, Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee; member of the Art Law Foundation; Member of ALAI Italia (Italian Group of Association Littéraire et Artistique Internationale); member of Business Jus, Art Law Committee. She has conducted training at ELSA program on art law matters. She was appointed to the original Arbitration pool of CAfA in January 2020.
Angela’s educational background includes: Law (J.D.; University of Turin, 2004); Intellectual Property (LL.M., Wipo, University of Turin, 2010); Master Law and Taxation of international art markets (IPSOA, 2018). She is fluent in Italian, English and French.