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Report on Richard Prince

The New York Times reports on the copyright lawsuit against artist Richard Prince. Because art moves too quickly for copyright law, The Times tells us, “the [appellate court’s] decision will not answer the larger questions about how copyright should evolve to deal with the reality of artists in a digital world.”

Richard Prince & Fair Use

Controversial appropriation artist Richard Prince is appealing his loss to Patrick Cariou in a hot-button copyright case turning on the district court’s interpretation of “transformative use” under the Copyright Act. Patrick Cariou prevailed last winter by successfully arguing that Prince’s use of 41 of his photographs in a series of collages and paintings was not […]