Michael Ramirez: Supreme Court Paints Artists Into a Corner 05-19-23
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The Supreme Court rules that Goldsmith's Prince Photo and Warhol's prints "share the same purpose" and commercial nature, clouding the issue of transformative art and art appropriation.—Michael
Supreme Court rules against Andy Warhol in copyright case with implications for artists —John Fritze, USA TODAY
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