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Arts Law : Article : Appropriation Art: an overview of copyright and consumer protection for artists

Arts Law : Article : Appropriation Art: an overview of copyright and consumer protection for artists | Appropriation art | Scoop.it
Appropriation in art gained recent media attention following the awarding of the 2010 Wynne Prize to Sam Leach. This article outlines some of the copyright…
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If you appropriated any artworks discuss the way you would make sure you are not being illegal. 

 

This is my second question:  i'm not really writing one because I'm not a uni student!  haha ! 

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Fun with Food Art

Fun with Food Art | Appropriation art | Scoop.it
Sometimes we try our best to have our children eat healthfully, but despite our best efforts they want nothing to [...] (RT @Honest: We're having fun with food art!
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Is this food or art?  This article talks about the concepts of what art can be and has a fun activity for you to do. 

 

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What Is Art? Favorite Famous Definitions, from Antiquity to Today

What Is Art? Favorite Famous Definitions, from Antiquity to Today | Appropriation art | Scoop.it
"Art is not a thing -- it is a way." After the recent omnibus of definitions of science by some of history's greatest minds and definitio (RT @brainpicker: “Art is not a thing — it is a way.” Favorite famous definitions of art, from...
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The topic of appropriation art often begs the question of "what is art".  This scoop discussed that idea. 

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Copyright Controversy After Appropriated Photo Used to Win Art Contest

Copyright Controversy After Appropriated Photo Used to Win Art Contest | Appropriation art | Scoop.it

"In the two photographs above, the bottom image is a photo-manipulation created using the top image. Are they completely separate works of art? What if What if we told you the second photo was created without the original photographer’s permission and submitted to a contest as an original artwork? What if we told you it actually won?..."


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Your 2 questions: 

Is it right to appropriate an artwork and then enter it in a competition to win money? 

 

What would you appropriate if you were allowed to? 

 

 

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