Tag Archives: copyright

Public Photography In Art Galleries

Two days – two BBC Radio 4 programmes. Today it’s Today – i.e. the flagship programme called Today. For the five minutes at the very end of the three hours this morning, there was a discussion about people taking photographs in art … Continue reading

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Found Images, Ethics and Copyright

In a couple of weeks it will be the first anniversary of my first blog post. Since then, certain topics and questions seem to keep cropping up. One of these is copyright. So I was interested in a couple of … Continue reading

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Nancy’s Problem With A Plagiarist

Hanging on our kitchen wall is a delightful calendar featuring fairies. It being the third month of the year there are three fairies pretending to be the three wise monkeys. It was produce by an extremely talented artist called Nancy … Continue reading

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100 New Caravaggios – An Update

With regard to the displacement of the Duchess of Cambridge from the front page of the Daily Torygraph by a report of the discovery of a hundred Caravaggio drawings, that fine paper has published an item today deep in its … Continue reading

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Damien Hirst and Copyright – yet again!

I discussed Damien Hirst, “the proprietor of a money-spinning novelty factory”, and copyright in a post by Down by the Dougie a couple of months ago. I was interested in the latest post, therefore, by Lisa Thatcher about Hirst. This is a … Continue reading

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