Tuesday, February 18, 2020


When is art “art”?

Do light projections infringe property rights?

Postmortem Right of Publicity Statutes and the Dormant Commerce Clause

City in New Mexico doesn’t want Judy Chicago Museum

Is purchasing a Tino Sehgal artwork really that radical?

Kerry James Marshall not making any more public art because cities just want the money

Whiners: “Don’t let bad art spoil our environment.”


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