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A Breakdown in Appropriation

A New View on Using Copyrighted Images By Michael McCullough When a Federal court scratches its head about how to regulate the art market, get ready for total baldness as you start tearing out your hair. Last week, a Federal … Continue reading

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A Crisis of Confidence?

By Michael McCullough The Economics of Authenticating Art In April of last year, I attended a gathering where Michael Straus of the Andy Warhol Foundation spoke about the foundation’s then recent decision to stop authenticating works by Andy Warhol. It … Continue reading

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Writing a Wrong

New York Changes its Laws to Protect Artists By Michael McCullough In an interview in 1976 with Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel , the great dealer Leo Castelli said, “[t]he function of an art dealer, well, can be various; certainly, a good art … Continue reading

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