By Jonathan Zavin of the firm Loeb & Loeb LLP
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Court holds that defendant's use of plaintiff's photographs to
create "appropriation art" is not a fair use because it does not comment
on the original photographs and is not transformative;...
By Christine Steiner
The recent troubles of Knoedler Gallery, now airing in the press and later, presumably, in the courtroom, may shed some light on certain art world concerns - due diligence, gallery sale practices, sophisticated fakes/forgeries, and problems with authenticity in the market. This...