The Art Law Blog
Monday, June 21, 2010
"The city slightly raised its proposed cap this week after opposition to the limits from artists"
Two artists have filed a free-speech lawsuit against New York City in response to new regulations capping the number of art vendors allowed in Manhattan's busiest parks. Robert Lederman and Jack Nesbitt say that allowing only about 120 vendors in Union Square, Battery Park, the High Line Park and parts of Central Park is unconstitutional.