Sometimes, a picture’s worth a thousand words. Other times, a handful of them are worth a 10-page decision document.
A judge in the Southern District last Thursday threw out the copyright infringement lawsuit against the artist Ryan McGinley. The lawsuit, filed by another artist named Janine Gordon this February, alleged that around 150 of Mr. Read More
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Finally, Ms. Gordon responded to the article via email, so here’s that note in full. She particularly took issue with the idea that her lawsuit may alienate potential art world business contacts, and is under the impression that I’m friends with Mr. McGinley, whom I’ve only met once, at Read More
The photographer Ryan McGinley was in a business meeting a few months ago when, during a break, a young assistant entered the room carrying a laptop. “Guys, check this out,” he told the artist and assembled colleagues. “This is the person that’s suing you.”
Janine “Jah Jah” Gordon, 38, the blonde, pouty-lipped artist who in Read More