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

More Instagram Controversy

Supreme Court Agrees to Review Whether States Can Infringe Copyrights Without Repercussions

On Harald Szeemann, grandfather of art curators

The Art & Law Program Announces Fall 2019 Fellows

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

Just in case we change our minds…

 
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