Team

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Isabel and Beatriz as a team

NIAL ART Boutique Law Firm is made up of two unique specimens in the field of law: Isabel Niño and Beatriz Niño. The combination of their two worlds has granted them a comprehensive vision and understanding of the legal issues of the world of art and culture.

Their interests and sensitivities have led them to specific studies on artistic heritage and to create a boutique law firm ultra-specialized in art law, especially in the law of plastic arts. Their enthusiasm and experience in uplifting and professionalizing this sector has allowed them to take part in relevant international committees of the world of art and law.

2020

Member of the Governing Board of the IAC (Institute of Contemporary Art)


2018

2018 Lawyers of the Catalan Association of Art Critics, ACCA, and of their members.


2018

Creation of the Integral Plan of Visual Arts of the Catalan Government, which started in 2011


2018

Chair and Vice-Chair of the territorial delegation of the IAC (Institute of Contemporary Art) in Catalonia


2016

Participation in the creation of the LOOP Protocol


2016

Advisors of Deloitte


2015

Report for the Catalan Institute of Cultural Enterprises of the Catalan Government in relation to the creation of a legal instrument allowing the delivery of works of art by gallery owners in order to obtain financing


2015

Start of a regular collaboration with Tendencias del Mercado del Arte, writing different articles for the magazine


2013

Lawyers of the Association of Art Galleries of Catalonia, GGAC, and of their members


2013

Members of PAIAM (Professional Advisors to the International Art Market).


2013

Lawyers of the private bank Banco Santander


2012

Invited to the meetings of States Parties to the Unidroit Convention of 1995 and the 1970 Convention on illegal trafficking of cultural property held at the UNESCO premises in Paris


2012

Protector members of the 9915 Association of Private Collectors


2012

Start of a regular collaboration with Bonart, writing different articles for the magazine


2010

Members of the IAC (Institute of Contemporary Art)

Isabel and Beatriz, one by one

Isabel Niño

After nearly 30 years in the profession, she is the author of numerous scholarly articles and publications. She is often invited as a speaker to different meetings of her specialty and as a teacher at different universities.

As regards her academic history, she holds a 5-year Licentiate’s Degree in Law by the University of Barcelona and has also trained in:

/Public International Law (LL.M.) at the Leiden University

/Postgraduate Degree in Analysis of Contemporary Art by the University of Barcelona

/Programme Learning to Grow carried out by the IESE, School of Entrepreneuring Women

/Course on the Legal Aspects of the Work of Art at IART
International Seminars in Art and Law

Achievements:

/Lecturer at the University of Barcelona

/Lecturer at the University of Lleida, Master’s Degree in Appraisal, Evaluation and Analysis of Works of Art

/Lecturer of the Master’s Degree in Analysis and Management of Current Art at the University of Barcelona

/Lecturer of the Intellectual Property module at the University of Barcelona

/Lecturer of the Tax, Intellectual Property and Forgery module at the University of Lleida

/Teacher at the School of Historical Heritage of Nájera

/Member of the Governing Board of the Institute of Contemporary Art (IAC)

/Chair of the territorial delegation of the IAC in Catalonia

Personal note:

Organized, meticulous, empathetic, sensitive, with intellectual interests and ingenuity as regards new forms of planning and managing projects.

Museums that have had the greatest impact on her

/The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

/The Museum of Impressionism in Paris

Favourite artist:

Claude Monet

Favourite art movement:

Impressionism

Beatriz Niño

After nearly 30 years in the profession, she is the author of numerous scholarly articles and publications. She is often invited as a speaker to different meetings of her specialty and as a teacher at different universities.

As regards her academic history, she holds a 5-year Licentiate’s Degree in Law by the University of Barcelona and has also trained in:

/Public International Law (LL.M.) at The Hague Academy of International Law

/Postgraduate Degree in Analysis of Contemporary Art by the University of Barcelona

/Programme Learning to Grow carried out by the IESE, School of Entrepreneuring Women

/Course on the Legal Aspects of the Work of Art at IART
International Seminars in Art and Law

Achievements:

/Lecturer at the University of Barcelona

/Lecturer at the University of Lleida, Master’s Degree in Appraisal, Evaluation and Analysis of Works of Art

/Lecturer of the Master’s Degree in Analysis and Management of Current Art at the University of Barcelona

/Lecturer of the Intellectual Property module at the University of Barcelona

/Lecturer of the Tax, Intellectual Property and Forgery module at the University of Lleida

/Teacher at the School of Historical Heritage of Nájera
Vice-Chair of the territorial delegation of the IAC in Catalonia

Personal note:

Empathetic, pragmatic, decisive, eloquent and gifted communicator with good synthesizing skills. 

Museums that have had the greatest impact on her:

/Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

/Galeria degli Uffizi in Florence

Favourite artists:

The photographers Cindy Sherman, Humberto Rivas, Chema Madoz and Marcel Giró

Favourite art movement:

The great classical masters

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