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Patrick Cariou

Appeal Finds Fair Use In Richard Prince’s “Canal Zone” Series

by Corinna Kirsch and Whitney Kimball on April 25, 2013
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Postmodernism is having the best day ever. It’s been just over a year since a New York District court dealt a major blow to Richard Prince, finding his Canal Zone series guilty of violating the copyright in Panamanian landscape photographs and Rastafarian portraits by Patrick Cariou. Not only was Prince found guilty, but the court ordered all unsold Canal Zone artworks and catalogs sent to Cariou so that they could be destroyed, sold, or disposed of as he saw fit. Thankfully, today sees a win for art: the case’s defendants won an appeal with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

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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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French Photographer Patrick Cariou on His Copyright Suit Victory Against Richard Prince and Gagosian – ARTINFO.com

by Art Fag City on March 29, 2011

French Photographer Patrick Cariou on His Copyright Suit Victory Against Richard Prince and Gagosian – ARTINFO.com – Andrew Goldstein interviews Patrick Cariou. Prince and Gagosian have 7 days to launch an appeal.

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Parsing Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince: The Copyright Infringement Ruling

by Paddy Johnson on March 23, 2011
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Bad news for appropriation artists and anyone else who’s ever produced a collage. Last Friday, Judge Deborah Batts ruled against famed artist Richard Prince in the Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince, Gagosian Gallery, et al 08 CV 11327 (S.D.N.Y. March 18, 2011)(Batts, J.), finding the artworks to be copyright infringements. According to the ruling, Prince’s appropriation of Cariou's work failed to meet standards of fair use on four specific grounds. Those headings and notes below.

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