The goal of the fine print is to provide answers to the actual questions artists are facing. I choose topics from conversations I have with artists or from scanning the internet to see what’s happening. I don’t see everything, however, so if there is a question concerning the intersection of art and law you would like me to address, please write it below and I’ll take a look. Thanks!
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