Friday, April 06, 2012

"New York collector Jonathan Sobel filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against Mr. Eggleston ..."

"... alleging that the artist's recent decision to print and sell oversized versions of some of his famous images in a Christie's auction has diluted the rarity—and therefore the resale value—of the originals."

Kelly Crow has the story in the Wall Street Journal.

Charlotte Burns had a story on the issue in the most recent Art Newspaper.  I'm quoted in that one, wondering about how you prove damages in a case like this.