Image maker and subject in close #FeesMustFall dance

BD Live | Chris Thurman:

TO whom does an image belong? Common sense and intellectual property law agree: to the image maker. He or she may sell the image or have a preexisting contract with an employer or patron. Iconic works of art tend to be appropriated by the cultures or nations from which they emerged — a collective sense of ownership. The most famous are “global treasures”, reproduced in the public domain even if they technically belong to a private collector or museum… Read more

Image: Retrieved from Google (Source)