The 2013 Prince v. Cariou, Appellate Court decision expanded the defense of fair use to encompass appropriation art even when it does not relate to or comment on the original work, so long as the new work adds sufficient new expression to the original work. The 2013 decision was a big win for appropriation artists like […]
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