William Sarradet and Brandon Zech talk about Jeff Koons’ ploy to send artwork to the moon, and discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to hear a fair use case against Andy Warhol.
“In some instances, the judges, in their opinions in these cases, delve into a sort of art criticism.”
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—Glasstire: Art Dirt: NFTs: Where are they now?
—The Art Newspaper: Jeff Koons reveals he is making NFTs, details plans for his Pace Gallery shows and remembers his hotel rendezvous with Salvador Dalí
—The Art Newspaper: One giant leap for Jeff Koons: artist to send his sculptures to the moon
—Jeff Koons Moon Phases Website
—Artnet News: As Part of His NFT Debut, Jeff Koons Will Launch Sculptures Into Space and Place Them Permanently on the Moon
—Houston Chronicle: Moody Center show explores how Apollo 11 influenced art
—Glasstire: Out of this World: UFO and Space Art
—Paul Van Hoeydonck’s Fallen Astronaut
—ARTnews: Copy Rights
—NY Times: Supreme Court to Hear Copyright Fight Over Andy Warhol’s Images of Prince
—Artnet News: An Appeals Court Rules That Andy Warhol Violated a Photographer’s Copyright by Using Her Image of Prince Without Credit
—Artforum: Supreme Court to Hear Warhol Copyright Infringement Case
—ARTnews: The Supreme Court Will Hear Lawsuit Over Whether Warhol Committed Copyright Infringement
—NY Times: Warhol a Lame Copier? The Judges Who Said So Are Sadly Mistaken.
—IPWatchdog: Second Circuit Delivers Blow for Fair Use in Warhol’s Prince Photograph Case
—Hyperallergic: Long-Running Andy Warhol Copyright Dispute Reaches Supreme Court
—Legal Information Institute: Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music
—Supreme Court Brief for the Warhol Case