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Artextenso –Fine Art Editions
Hélène Papadoperakis
SIRET N° 523 196 574 00017

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Registered office : 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France.


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Confidentiality of Personal Data (Nominative Information)

Under the Data-processing law and Freedoms (Loi Informatique et Libertés) of January 6th, 1978 (n°78-17), modified by the law of August 6th, 2004, personal information relating to the buyers could be subject to automated treatment (processing). The automated treatment of information, including the management of the e-mail addresses of the users of the site was subject to a declaration at the National Commission of Data processing and Freedoms (CNIL) on 24/09/2010 recorded under the receipt number 1454780.
The buyer can withhold the disclosure of his details by informing Artextenso that he wishes this information to be withheld. He has moreover a right of access, modification, correction and suppression of the data concerning him. To exercise this right he only needs to send a letter to the following address: Artextenso –Fine Art Editions - 2Bis, rue Boyer - 06300 – NICE (France)

Data security

Artextenso’s website is particularly attentive to client’s needs. This is why cookies are used. The cookie’s purpose is to report the client’s passage on our website. Artextenso uses cookies only with the aim of improving the personalised service for its client. The client’s personal data are stored in the secure server of our host OVH. They are used only for computer processing of orders, to ensure the improvement of our service, and services such as sending newsletters, sponsorship or recommendation of a work of art to a friend. Their access is protected. Artextenso does not have access to the banking data of its buyers. The online transaction of payment takes place directly between the buyer and PAYPAL, in secure encrypted form (SSL).


The law, by the L.111-1 article of the Intellectual Property Rights (CPI) confers to the artist inalienable moral and patrimonial rights, protected by the international laws on intellectual property rights. Thomas Papadoperakis’ works of art belong automatically to their author and to his assigns.

Intellectual property        

All the elements of the site of Artextenso are the intellectual property and exclusive of Artextenso or are used with the agreement of their owners and are protected by the copyrights. The works of art as well as the texts of Thomas Papadoperakis being the property of having the right of the artist, nobody is authorized to represent, reproduce, exploit,publicize, adapt, modify or use in any capacity whatsoever, even partially, by some process that it is (paper, canvas, numerical files) elements of the site, they are software, visual or sound. Any single link or hyperlink is strictly forbidden without the express written consent of Artextenso. The rights of the buyer on the purchased work are therefore limited to a right of private use, excluding any right of representation and reproduction.
The IP Code, under  articles 122.5, 2nd and 3rd paragraphs , authorizes exclusively: « copies or reproductions strictly reserved for the private use of the copyist and not intended for a collective use. The analyzes and short quotations justified by a critical, polemic, teaching, scientific character or of information of the work in which they are incorporated, provided the name of the author and the source are indicated clearly. »   
Violations of copyright are penally punished (CPI, article L.335-1 to L.335-10) Besides civil sanctions, the violation of copyright constitutive of forgery offense is punished of a penalty of 15244,9 euro (1000 000 F) of fine and of 2 years of detention (CPI, articles L. 335-1 and following). Additional penalties (closing of establishment, confiscation, display of judicial decision) may also be imposed.
Also under investigation: "throughput (act of distribution, including sale of counterfeit goods), export and import of counterfeit work" (CPI, art L.335.2 section 3). 

Applicable Law - Dispute 

In case of any dispute between the buyer and Artextenso, both parties undertake to seek an amicable solution before taking any legal action. By using this website, the buyer agrees that these Terms of Sale and any dispute whatsoever that may occur shall be interpreted under French law and will be subject exclusively to the jurisdiction of the courts of Nice, France. 

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