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Appropriation Art on Trial: Oral Arguments before the Supreme Court in Warhol v. Goldsmith

By Jana S. Farmer, Leia Leitner and Meenka Maharaj On October 13, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the matter of Andy Warhol...

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Art is Forever? How the Pandemic Spurred Transformations in Museum and Gallery Experiences and IP Considerations

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Copyright Protection in Short-Lived Artworks: A Study on “Fixation” in Contemporary Floral Exhibitions

By Atreya Mathur Flowers have an impact on human happiness.[1] They tend to make things a little prettier or can even change the atmosphere to...

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Artist Feature Series: In Conversation with Miriam “Molly” Dougenis

M. Dougenis, Poor Butterfly (1986)(Photo credit: https://sagharborexpress.com/) Miriam “Molly” Dougenis is an award-winning figurative artist who has been working in watercolor since the early part...

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Artist Feature Series: Artist Profile – Martha Szabo

Martha Szabo, Model, Art Students League, circa (1990) (top left); Martha Szabo, Model, Art Students League, (1991) (top right); Martha Szabo, Model, Art Students League,...

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Technological Advancements and the Parthenon Marbles: the Potential Role of 3D Printing in the Greek Claim Against the British Museum

By Ilaria Bortot The Parthenon was built in the 5th century on the hill of the Acropolis in Athens in honor of the goddess Athena...

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Case Review: Cassirer et. al. v. Thyssen Bornemisza Collection Foundation (2022)

by Anissa Patel Overview Since 1993, Rue Saint-Honoré, après-midi, effet de pluie[1], an oil painting by the French impressionist master Camille Pissarro has been hanging...

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Legacy and Lawsuits: An Overview of the Robert Indiana Estate Court Battles

By Atreya Mathur The story of Robert Indiana’s Estate is a fascinating one: full of art, drama, lawsuits, LOVE,[1] and maybe HOPE[2]. One of the...

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Case Review: Republic of Turkey v. Christie’s Inc. (2021)

By Kelsey Clifford On September 7, 2021, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed an action brought by the...

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Art is Forever? How the Pandemic Spurred Transformations in Museum and Gallery Experiences and IP Considerations

ARTECHOUSE, New York; Picture Courtesy of Atreya Mathur By Kelsey Clifford Art is a consistent escape from reality. When COVID-19 emerged and infiltrated each of...

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