Tuesday, April 25, 2017
 

Lawsuit Filed Over Removal of Los Angeles Mural


Looks like another Visual Artists Rights Act lawsuit in the city that loves its murals.

Artist Victor Henderson, a cofounder of the group, alleges that the mural, known as the “Brooks Avenue Painting,” was improperly expunged last summer from its location using water blasting, according to papers filed this week in federal court.

The lawsuit argues that “Brooks Avenue Painting” could have been removed from the building “without substantial physical defacement, mutilation, alteration or destruction.”

 

 

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