Once sampled based music ended and rap began writing their own sogs, the gendre took off. I myself though rap was dead, but rap really became an exceptional art form. The end of appropiation ignited that
The artisti is upset that someone else is getting ALL the credit for a COPY of her art.
Only if she speaks out will the artist be able to have pride for her art being in the white house.
All of us "heard" of her band because of YOU bringing it up, Cano has said nothing about the artist, he doesnt care about who the artist is at all!
Also, the title of Canos exhibition is "The Wall Street 100" but most of the personalities have little if anything to do with wall street, The appropriation (no pun intended) is all 100 personalities were portraited in the wall street JOURNAL. But why wasnt the exhibition rightly titled the Wall Street JOURNAL 100?
f I buy a bag of flour, and decide to make cookies, the flour company doesn't come to sue me. How is this any different?
You made cookies, not a bag of flour. If you take the flour, go out and say you,re the flour maker you made the flour, you re lying and committing fraud.
The photography rights were attained by the wsj with permission from wsj. Cano
never even tried to get permission. He uses the label "apppropriation" as his "artistic license" to charge 36,000 pounds for his "fine art".
The point made that the illustator has no right to demand $$$ for damages is true, she knows as a hired illustrator, she has no rights to her work published by wsj. So her motive of money by R. Miles is stupid!
when one looks at the works of Ferry, Warhol , Koons, et al you see the artists version and the original version. When i look at these pieces they look identical. Ones a copy.
If this isnt a case of copy right infringment, what is?