Ryan McGinley Sued in Copyright Case

Will Janine Gordon's suit against Ryan McGinley cloud the free-wheeling photographer's beautiful, bare-skinned summer?



Dismissed! Judge Tosses Janine Gordon Copyright Lawsuit Against Ryan McGinley

A district court judge dismisses photographer Janine Gordon’s controversial lawsuit for copyright infringement against fellow photographer Ryan McGinley.


Lawyers Chase Michael Hammer in Knoedler Forgery Case

Lawyers for Pierre Lagrange, buyer of a $17 mil possibly fake Jackson Pollock from Knoedler & Co., have turned their attention to gallery owner Michael Hammer.


Galleries Defend Controversial Banksy Show in Southampton

Street Art fans have denounced the Southampton exhibition of unauthenticated Banksy works excavated from the West Bank of Palestine. But now the galleries say they saved the works from destruction.


Patrick Cariou Files Brief in Richard Prince Appeal

Patrick Cariou's lawyers filed an appellate brief today challenging Richard Prince and Larry Gagosian's attempts to appeal last year's copyright defeat.



Blues on the Bayou: Prospect.2 Biennial

Reduced ambition -- and budgets -- mark Prospect.2, the long-awaited second New Orleans biennial.



The Multiple Popes of Maurizio Cattelan

Maurizio Cattelan's supposed to be retired, yet a factory in Carrara has been manufacturing marble replicas of his sculptures. Is Cattelan, like Duchamp before him, securing his legacy with an end-of-career archive? 



Maurizio Cattelan's Family Business Opens at Anna Kustera Gallery

He's not retired yet -- Maurizio Cattelan teams up again with curator Massimiliano Gioni to open a mini-gallery in Chelsea.


Banksy Fans Decry Removal of Street Art Works From Palestine

Banksy fans are up in arms about a new Southampton exhibition that includes two works by the street artist that were literally cut out of the cinder block and stone walls of Palestine.


Pest Control Stymies Keszler Gallery's Banksy Sales

New York dealer Stephan Keszler does battle with Pest Control over the market for Street Art works by Banksy.


A Win For Richard Prince in Copyright Appeal

Judges gave Richard Prince the green-light yesterday to appeal Patrick Cariou’s copyright lawsuit. Prince’s attorney shares his legal strategy.


Armory Show Toasts Theaster Gates

Rising star and Armory Show artist Theaster Gates worked the crowd at a party in his honor last night at Rose Bar.


Battling Art Fairs Hit San Francisco

Three new art fairs -- the San Francisco Fine Arts Fair, artMRKT San Francisco and ArtPadSF -- open this weekend in a city that two years ago had none.


Is Gagosian Planning a Bob Dylan Painting Show?

Gagosian Gallery has quietly listed Bob Dylan as a represented artist on its website, and word on Facebook has it that the megadealer's already been selling works for a forthcoming exhibition.