With great power comes great responsibility, which is why we are back and sober with an episode on image rights. We’re looking at the most interesting cases of image controversy, and ending with an artpop talk on the new spider-man movie– its image rights on the character as it relates to the new Marvel film.
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Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts
Image copyright, licensing, and the public domain
The Myth of the Idea/Expression Dichotomy in Copyright Law
Museum Policies and Art Images: Conflicting Objectives and Copyright Overreaching
What Are Image and Personality Rights?
Artist Shames Taylor Swift Over Pirated Painting, but Decides to Shake It Off
Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ cover art lawsuit dismissed by judge
Spider-Man's movie adventures have been a headache for Sony for over a decade, but the character is too valuable to compromise on
Marvel & Sony Could Lose Spider-Man Rights In June 2023
Ally Burguieres, “Fox,” 2014, @allybnola
Jeff Zoons, “Niagara,” 2000 Oil on canvas.
Art Rogers – 1985; Polychrome: Jeff Koons – 1988
Photograph: Patrick Cariou – 2000; Richard Prince – 2008
Nirvana, “Nevermind,” 1991
Marvel / Sony, “Spider-Man No Way Home,” 2021