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The additional distribution of the collective rights has been finalized. You will find the credit note and accompanying breakdown in your ‘mypictoright-acocunt’ or you will receive it… arrow-right

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The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that Pop Art artist Andy Warhol infringed on copyright protection rules when he created a series of silkscreens based on… arrow-right

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  On Monday, March 20, Diederik van Leeuwen was appointed president of Pictoright. He succeeds Bart Drenth, who resigned the chairmanship after becoming director of art and… arrow-right

  Next quarter the post-repartition will take place. If relevant to you, this will include the collective fees not previously paid to you over the years 2017… arrow-right

Together with the BBK, BNO, BOK, DuPho, Kunstenbond, NVJ/NVF and Platform BK, Pictoright has founded the Federatie Beeldrechten. From today you can visit the website! Image creators… arrow-right

Visual artist Peim van der Sloot (Utrecht, 1986) has been affiliated with Pictoright for his individual rights since 2020. In this video he talks about his work and… arrow-right

Pictoright has taken note of the ruling in the case of Dijkstra v. Dutch News, which has understandably caused some unrest among photographers. For details of this… arrow-right

  /app/assets/Logo-animatie-v3-19201080.mp4   It is Pictoright’s pleasure to invite you to attend the launch event of the Image Rights Federation on Thursday, February 16, at Pakhuis de… arrow-right

Pictoright has recently been receiving regular messages from creators concerned about developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI). For example, makers are sounding the alarm that their work is… arrow-right

Was your work used in French books, newspapers, magazines or television programs in 2022? Then fill out the forms you can find here: https://pictoright.nl/downloads/downloads-voor-makers/ and send… arrow-right

The December collective rights distribution has been completed. Go to the MyPictoright portal to view your credit note and the specification. Collective rights distribution 2021 In… arrow-right

12-1-2023

HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Pictoright magazine #28 was recently published, and the affiliates who live in the Netherlands have already been able to find it on the mat. In this issue,… arrow-right

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Save the Date: BEELD is!

 

 

It is Pictoright’s pleasure to invite you to attend the launch event of the Image Rights Federation on Thursday, February 16, at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam: BEELD is.

This afternoon we celebrate IMAGE based on the groundbreaking results of the study “Value of Image, Image of Value. The Economic Value of Images in the Netherlands.
This research shows in clear terms to politicians, the public and the rest of the world what we as the image sector already knew; that this is a sector that cannot be ignored.

This afternoon we will take you through the most important results and what this means for the sector in a broad sense and for you.
Of course, IMAGE has not only economic value; IMAGE is surprising, meaningful, valuable and above all… everywhere!
What does this mean in practice? How does IMAGE impact the world we live in? And how are makers themselves working on this impact? With some appealing makers and their work we investigate these questions.

Want to know more?
The afternoon will be guided by moderator Rowan Blijd. Merel Bem reflects on the research and Bart Maat, maker of the photo of 2021 that shook political The Hague, will be present.
The program is still under development, so keep an eye on the website of the Image Rights Federation for more information.

The official invitation will follow at the end of January. Want to be sure of a spot? Make a reservation via the Eventbrite link.

The Federation of Image Rights is a partnership between BBK, BNO, BOK, DuPho, the Kunstenbond, NVJ/NVF, Pictoright and Platform BK. Within the federation they work together for a better copyright position of creators.