Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento is a lawyer, artist, writer, and teacher; not necessarily in that order.

I have been making art since 1992 and teaching at the university level since 2000. My interest in law and language led me to attend Cornell Law School as an art project. After graduating, I began blogging about art & law issues and deaccessioning. Tired of the same intellectual discourses in art schools, I founded the Art & Law Program in 2010. I currently advise and represent artists and foundations on transactional art law matters, and teach contemporary art & law at Fordham Law School.

Art Law Office

The Art & Law Program

Clancco: Art & Law blog

The Deaccessioning blog

Writings

CV

Image courtesy of the Unviversidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires, and Bruno Dubner.