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Author: Daniel McClean; Karsten Schubert
Publisher: London : Ridinghouse : ICA, 2002.
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"For artists, images are indeed dear in both senses of the word: they arecherished, and also valuable. This indispensable compendium from the superbBritish publisher collects essays by international experts on many vital issuesrelated to the ownership of art - who does it belong to, who can use it, what valuedoes it have. The articles cross borders, considering international copyrightconventions, fair use, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Art
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dear images.
London : Ridinghouse : ICA, 2002
(OCoLC)607402025
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel McClean; Karsten Schubert
ISBN: 1900300370 9781900300377 0954171020 9780954171025
OCLC Number: 51082643
Description: 503 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Philip Dodd, Director, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London --
Introduction / Daniel McClean, Mishcon de Reya, London --
Protection of Copyright in Art under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 / Karen Sanig, Partner, Mishcon de Reya, London --
Overview of U.S. Copyright Law / Donn Zaretsky, Attorney, John Silberman Associates, New York --
Moral Rights / Ruth Redmond-Cooper, Director, Institute of Art and Law, Leicester --
Breaking Down the Borders : International Copyright Conventions and jurisdiction / Brett Rowland, Partner, Lovells ; MervynFlatt, Lovells ; Samantha McGonigle, Lovells --
Graves' Case and Copyright in Photographs : Bridgeman v. Corel (USA) / Simon Stokes, Partner, Tarlo Lyons, London --
Fair Dealing: Section 30(1) of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the Case of Matisse v. Phaidon / Suzanne Garben, Junior Partner, Denton Wilde Sapte, London, Ruth Hoy, Denton Wilde Sapte, London --
Copyright, Art and Digitisation : European & U.K. Perspectives / Simon Stokes, Partner, Tarlo Lyons, London --
Art, Internet, and U.S. Copyright Law / Carla J. Shapreau, Attorney, Gnazzo Thill, P.C., San Francisco --
Copyright and the Visual Arts: Questions and Answers / Stuart Lockyear, Partner, Davenport Lyons, London --
The Concept of Originality and Contemporary Art / Nadia Walravens, Researcher, Centre d*Etudes et de Recherche en droit de limmateriel (CERDI), University of Paris XI, Sceaux --
Appropriation Art Fair Use or Foul? / Dr. Johnson Okpaluba, Anthony Feldman & Co, London --
Public Access to Art, Museums, Images, and Copyright The Case of Tate / Naomi Korn, Copyright Officer, Tate, London, Peter Wienand, Partner, Farrer & Co, London --
After Digitopia: The Internet, Copyright and Information Control / Gregor Claude, Goldsmith's College, University of London --
Who's Painting Copyright's History? / Professor Kathy Bowrey, University of New South Wales, Australia --
Copyright, Art, and Objecthood / Anne Barren, London School of Economics --
Portrait of the Artist as a Brand / Professor Celia Lury, Goldsmiths' College, University of London --
Art and the Making of Modern Copyright Law / Professor Lionel Bently, King's College, University of London --
Copies and Translations / Richard Shone, Associate Editor, Burlington Magazine, London --
Raphael's Shadow : On Copying and Creativity / Karsten Schubert, London --
'This is Not by Me' : Andy Warhol and the Question of Authorship / Dr. Andrew Wilson, Deputy Editor, Art Monthly Journal, London --
Justifying Copyright / Dr. Michael Spence, St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford --
Appropriating the Postmodern : Copyright and the Challenge of the New / Professor Brad Sherman, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia --
'Hiroshige vs. Van Gogh' : Resolving the Dilemma of Copyright Scope in Remedying Infringement / Paul Edward Geller, Attorney, Los Angeles (Adjunct Professor, International Intellectual Property, Univ. of Southern California Law School) --
The Future of the Copyright Exceptions / Dr. Robert BurreU, Senior Lecturer in Law, ACIPA, Australian National University --
Art Crimes / Dr. Anthony Julius, Mishcon de Reya, London.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel McClean and Karsten Schubert.

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"For artists, images are indeed dear in both senses of the word: they arecherished, and also valuable. This indispensable compendium from the superbBritish publisher collects essays by international experts on many vital issuesrelated to the ownership of art - who does it belong to, who can use it, what valuedoes it have. The articles cross borders, considering international copyrightconventions, fair use, the internet, concepts of originality, public access to art inmuseums and digitization, by international experts. A fascinating collection lookingat issues from moral rights to the artist as a brand."--Amazon.

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