Re: Exhibition Opportunity
My thinking is that although Gladstone Gallery had the works pulled when they were first offered for auction at eBay, and although I complied with their request, I also, in reply to Gladstone Gallery, more carefully explained the non-reproductive nature of the works and said that I might further add my own "hand" to the works, thus then bringing the works more in line with the accepted notions of appropriation art--plus the parody clause of free speech makes the works cum commentary legal.
I'm pretty sure I still have a copy of the email I sent in response to Gladstone Gallery, but I'll have to dig through archived email files (from an old computer) to see if I still have a copy of the initial Gladstone Gallery/eBay email which called out the possible copyright infringement. I'll let you know when or if I find the emails
Curator Defense video game
Last Thursday a somewhat (in)famous New York artist/curator sent me an email with an invitation, and now I have to go to a cardboard box on the shelf in the heater room down in the basement.
[note to self: this is definitely No. 2 on my...]
And here I thought Batman was telling the truth when he said "Somedays you just can't get rid of a bomb!"