Dear Images: Art, Copyright and Culture
Ridinghouse 2002 • £25 | $59.95 • Softback • 512 pp • 23 x 17 cm | 9.1 x 6.7 in • b&w illustrations • ISBN 0954171020 |
978 0 954171 02 5
This indispensable compendium collects 24 essays by international experts on many vital issues related to the ownership of art – who does it belong to, who can use it, what value does it have. The texts cross borders, considering international copyright conventions, fair use, the internet, concepts of originality, public access to art in museums and digitization, by international experts. A fascinating collection looking at issues from moral rights to the artist as a 'brand.' This material addressesthe complex intersection of copyright, culture and technology, and how it affects contemporary art practice.
The contributors are a diverse mix of leading legal, academic and art world professionals including Stuart Lockyear, Karen Sanig, Donn Zaretsky, Ruth Redmond-Cooper, Brett Rowlands, Simon Stokes, Ruth Hoy, Suzanne Garben, Carla Shapreau, Nadia Walravens, Johnson Okpaluba, Naomi Korn, Peter Weinand, Gregor Claude, Kathy Bowery, Anne Barron, Celia Lury, Lionel Bently, Richard Shone, Karsten Schubert, Andrew Wilson, Michae Spence, Brad Sherman, Paul Edward Geller, Robert Burrell with a foreword by Philip Dodd and an introduction by Daniel McClean.