Wednesday, September 07, 2016

"If a living artist has to endure years of expensive litigation and a full-blown trial to defend their position on whether they authored a work of art, what hope do experts, who are usually brought in to opine on authorship once an artist has passed away and can no longer vouch for their work, have?"

"On the other hand, it’s also not unheard of for an artist to try and disavow a work that they created for reasons of personal animus or because they no longer wish to be associated with the work."