By Edited by Daniel McClean Edited by Karsten Schubert
For artists, photographs are certainly expensive in either senses of the observe: they arecherished, and likewise important. This imperative compendium from the superbBritish writer collects essays via foreign specialists on many important issuesrelated to the possession of artwork - who does it belong to, who can use it, what valuedoes it have. The articles pass borders, contemplating overseas copyrightconventions, reasonable use, the net, options of originality, public entry to artwork inmuseums and digitization, by means of overseas specialists. a desirable assortment lookingat concerns from ethical rights to the artist as a -brand.