Randy Kennedy has the story at The New York Times Art & Design Section
in Art & Leisure, Apropos Appropriation,
stating that the Richard Prince Lawsuit Focuses on Limits of Appropriation,
and writing inter alia:
Read the whole thing with a discussion of the case, etc."[I]f the case has had any effect so far, it has been to drag into the public arena a fundamental truth hovering somewhere just outside the legal debate: that today’s flow of creative expression, riding a tide of billions of instantly accessible digital images and clips, is rapidly becoming so free and recycling so reflexive that it is hard to imagine it being slowed, much less stanched, whatever happens in court."
Crossposted from LawPundit.