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What an Absolut Mess! Design Company Pelonio Rips Off Artist Valentin Ruhry

by Corinna Kirsch on July 27, 2012
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Pelonio, a well-known creative agency based in Madrid, has sold a concept by artist Valentin Ruhry to Absolut Vodka, but without the artist’s consent. Now, there’s not much he can do about it.

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Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts

by Paddy Johnson on April 13, 2011

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts – Art, Copyright, Litigation: A Conversation With Dan Brooks. Interested in the legal nitty gritty of the Patrick Cariou Richard Prince copyright infringement case? This is your talk. Next Wed. at 6.

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Cariou v. Prince: The Copyright Bungle by Joy Garnett – artnet Magazine

by Art Fag City on April 2, 2011

Cariou v. Prince: The Copyright Bungle by Joy Garnett – artnet Magazine – Some things cannot be easily destroyed, and whatever Prince may have done with the mass-produced copies of Cariou’s photographs, the photographs themselves remain intact. But one-of-kind art objects, once disposed of, are deleted forever.

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