Court Rules in Artist’s Favor
In a closely watched copyright case with broad implications for the contemporary-art world, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Thursday decided largely in favor of the artist Richard Prince, who was found by a federal court in 2011 to have illegally used photographs from a book about Rastafarians to create a series of collages and paintings.
In the end we are left wondering.....
“How do you decide whether something is transformative or just not quite transformative enough?”
From New York Times