The Andy Warhol Foundation has filed an amicus brief to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Richard Prince in Cariou v. Prince.
The brief, below, discusses a number of important artists and has color images of the artworks discussed.
Worth reading. Worth viewing.
Cariou v Prince Warhol Foundation Amicus Brief
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Sunday, November 06, 2011
Andy Warhol Foundation Backs Richard Prince on Fair Use in Cariou Case
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