Tuesday, January 28, 2020
 

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“The attitude, often unarticulated but persistent, that art is being bought in a context of appreciation for its intrinsic and aesthetic merit, may perpetuate reluctance to regulate the art market. Wrongly.”

‘Mall of America? Kardashian residence?’ Prof fired for joking

“but more than anything he feels that his actions were in some way justifiable.”

French court upholds infringement ruling against Koons and Pompidou

“A lot of the things are not mine…Half of it is junk and should be burned.”

Goodbye Art World, Hello Art Industry

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

 
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