Appropriation Art and Fair Use: Where is the Line?

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The Courtauld Institute of Art

Strand

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Azmina Jasani, an associate solicitor in the Art and Cultural Property Law Group of Constantine Cannon LLP, will provide an overview of Cariou v. Prince and Gagosian, a highly contentious and precedent-setting case, which she litigated in New York federal courts. She will also touch upon the differences between the fair use defence in the US and the fair dealing exception in the UK. She will end her presentation by speaking about a recent claim of copyright infringement filed by Photographer Donald Graham against appropriation artist Richard Prince, a case that will undoubtedly test the boundaries of fair use.

You can find a short profile on Azmina here

There will be drinks following the event, providing an opportunity to meet and chat with Azmina.

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Seminar Room 1

The Courtauld Institute of Art

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WC2R 0RN

United Kingdom

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