Sunday, November 17, 2019
 

Property

Do artists who create non-commissioned works in the public and private realm have legal rights?

“In the process, they offered some ways in which an artist could reserve their rights and rebel against major museums.”

George Washington High School Alumni Sue to Keep Mural on View

Harlem community voices opposition to public artwork

“Graffiti is art” appeal continues in the 2nd Circuit

Just in case we change our minds…

Can performance art be owned?

 
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