Moral Rights, Tolstoy, and the Definition of Art
William McGrath, lawyer and associate director for the Center for Intellectual Property Law at The John Marshall Law School, opines on why US courts have gotten it right when it comes to interpreting the Visual Artists Rights Act and, by definition, not allowed contemporary artists the wide latitude in defining art and its practice. Not sure we agree.
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