The Visual Artists Rights Act of 1989 (hereinafter Kennedy Bill), in general, amends the Copyright Act of 1976 to recognize the moral rights of authors of certain works of visual art such as paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, multiple cast sculptures of a limited edition of 200 or fewer, and photographs produced for exhibition purposes only.
Damich, Edward J.
"A Critique of the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1989,"
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2, Article 10.
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