The tension between copyright law and Appropriation art: where is the line between artistic innovation and stealing?
Richard Prince defends reuse of others’ photographs
In court motions, he argues that his appropriation explores the virtual world of social media
Richard Prince denounces exhibition of early Joke paintings at Skarstedt gallery. Or does he?
US artist says he has “nothing to do with the show”, the first to focus on this body of work in the UK
High-profile new lawsuits test the limits of fair use
Pending lawsuits surrounding Andy Warhol and Richard Prince could bring clarity to cases involving appropriation
Collector Robert Wylde sues Gagosian
Further legal woes for the the gallery
The work of art in the age of cut and paste
Can the law keep up with the speed of digital appropriation, reproduction and distribution? And should it even try?
Mark Stephens on art censorship at the Tate: obscenity, indecency, and freedom of speech
Richard Prince's Spiritual America has been the subject of police interference, and the question of unclothed children in art is once again at the forefront
Richard Prince photo withdrawn from Tate exhibition after Met threatened organisers with sex offenders' register
The 'indecent' image of Brooke Shields renders catalogues unsellable
Still no plan for Richard Prince’s house
The artist’s fire-damaged Second House environment faces an uncertain future
Prince and Gagosian fight back over copyright
Response to lawsuit by French photographer claims images not “strikingly original”
What's on in London: Tracey Emin builds a helter-skelter
Unsettling excesses at Stephen Friedman and various ponderings on places and no-places at Milch, Corvi Mora, Timothy Taylor and Emily Tsingou