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Cariou v Prince Warhol Foundation Amicus Brief

Cariou v Prince Warhol Foundation Amicus Brief

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richard prince, patrick cariou, andy warhol, andy warhol foundation, fair use doctrine, copyright infringment
richard prince, patrick cariou, andy warhol, andy warhol foundation, fair use doctrine, copyright infringment

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11-1197-cv
IN THEUNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
PATRICK CARIOU
Plaintiff-Appellee,
v.RICHARD PRINCE,
 Defendant-Appellant,
 GAGOSIAN GALLERY, INC., LAWRENCE GAGOSIAN,
 Defendants-Appellants.
On Appeal from the United States District Courtfor the Southern District of New York 
BRIEF OF AMICUS CURIAE THE ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION FOR THEVISUAL ARTS, INC. IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS-APPELLANTS AND URGINGREVERSAL
Anthony T. FalzoneJulie A. AhrensDaniel K. NazerStanford Law SchoolCenter for Internet and Society559 Nathan Abbott WayStanford, CA 94305(650) 736-9050Virginia Rutledge414 W. 145th StreetNew York, NY 10031(212) 368-2949Zachary J. AlinderJohn A. PolitoBingham McCutchen LLPThree Embarcadero CenterSan Francisco, CA 94111(415) 393-2000
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CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
Pursuant to Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 26.1, counsel for amicuscuriae certifies the following information:The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. has no parentcorporation, and no publicly held corporation owns ten percent or more of itsstock.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
STATEMENT OF INTEREST ....................................................................... 1INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................... 2ARGUMENT .................................................................................................. 6I.
 
The Use Of Existing Imagery Is A Critical ComponentOf Artistic Expression ................................................................ 6II. The District Court Applied An Inappropriately NarrowFair Use Standard That Provides Insufficient ProtectionFor Public Speech And Expression Interests ........................... 23A. Fair Use Is A Critical First Amendment SafeguardThat Provides Breathing Room For ArtisticExpression ...................................................................... 23B. The Court Should Apply The Fair Use StandardWith Its First Amendment Function In Mind ................ 261. A Wide Array Of Transformative MeaningShould Be Recognized In The ExpressiveUse Of Existing Images In Visual Art ................ 262. Courts Should Be Cautious In RecognizingA Right To Control Markets For Expressive,Artistic Uses Like Prince’s .................................. 34a. Substantial Public Benefit ......................... 34b. No Cognizable Harm................................. 35C. Injunctions Against Expressive Artistic UsesShould Be Granted Only Upon A Clear ShowingOf Specific And Substantial Irreparable HarmSufficient To Outweigh Public Speech AndExpression Interests ....................................................... 38
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