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The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti

The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti

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Heitor Alvelos, Ronald Kramer, Peter Bengsten, Paula Westenberger, Enrico Bonadio, Marta Iljadica, Pascale Chapdeleine, Marcela Palacio Puerta, Shane Burke, Marc Mimler, Gilberto Cavagna Di Gualdana, Anke Moerland, Stéphanie De Potte, Stavroula Karapapa, Tobias Schonwetter, Bram Van Wiele, Nandita Saikia, Mark Davidson, Jonathan Barrett, Andrea Baldini
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  • Publication planned for: October 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from October 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108482332

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  • In recent years, the number of conflicts related to the misuse of street art and graffiti has been on the rise around the world. Some cases involve claims of misappropriation related to corporate advertising campaigns, while others entail the destruction or 'surgical' removal of street art from the walls on which they were created. In this work, Enrico Bonadio brings together a group of experts to provide the first comprehensive analysis of issues related to copyright in street art and graffiti. Chapter authors shed light not only on the legal tools available in thirteen key jurisdictions for street and graffiti artists to object to unauthorized exploitations and unwanted treatments of their works, but also offer policy and sociological insights designed to spur further debate on whether and to what extent the street art and graffiti subcultures can benefit from copyright and moral rights protection.

    • Proposes a new view of innovative legal issues related to copyright and graffiti, which will appeal to legal scholars and law practitioners from a wide range of jurisdictions
    • Offers a mix of legal, policy, and sociological analysis that will appeal not only to law experts but also policy makers, sociologists, criminologists, experts in urban development, and architects
    • Spurs further debates on whether copyright and moral rights are available for these forms of art
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    • Publication planned for: October 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108482332
    • dimensions: 253 x 177 mm
    • contains: 17 b/w illus.
    • availability: Not yet published - available from October 2019
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Creativity in the Street Between Misappropriation and Destruction: The Role of Copyright and Moral Rights
    Section 1. A Sociological Perspective:
    1. A set of premises for the scrutiny and interpretation of graffiti and street art Heitor Alvelos
    2. Graffiti and street art: creative practices amid 'corporatization' and 'corporate appropriation' Ronald Kramer
    3. Decontextualisation of street art Peter Bengsten
    Section 2. Some Preliminary Legal and Policy Issues:
    4. Copyright protection of illegal street and graffiti artworks Paula Westenberger
    5. Conservation of street art, moral right of integrity and a web of conflicting interests Enrico Bonadio
    6. Works and walls: graffiti writing and street art at the intersection of copyright and land law Marta Iljadica
    Part II. National Legal Analysis: Section 1. Americas:
    7. Street art, graffiti and copyright: a US perspective Enrico Bonadio
    8. Graffiti, street art, walls, and the public in Canadian copyright law Pascale Chapdeleine
    9. Copyright protection for graffiti and street art: a Colombian perspective Marcela Palacio Puerta
    Section 2. Europe:
    10. Street art, graffiti and copyright: a UK law perspective Enrico Bonadio
    11. Graffiti, street art and copyright in France Shane Burke
    12. Germany Marc Mimler
    13. Copyright in street art and graffiti: an Italian perspective Enrico Bonadio and Gilberto Cavagna Di Gualdana
    14. Copyright in street art and graffiti in The Netherlands Anke Moerland and Stéphanie De Potte
    15. Copyright protection of street art and graffiti in Greece: Intellectual property and personal property in conflict? Stavroula Karapapa
    Section 3. Africa, Asia and Australasia:
    16. Graffiti and street art under South African copyright law Tobias Schonwetter and Bram Van Wiele
    17. Street art, graffiti, and Indian copyright law Nandita Saikia
    18. Copyright in street art and graffiti: an Australian perspective Mark Davidson
    19. Copyright, graffiti, and street art in Aotearoa New Zealand Jonathan Barrett
    Epilogue. A contrasting opinion:
    20. Copyright skepticism and street art: a contrasting opinion Andrea Baldini.

  • Editor

    Enrico Bonadio, City, University of London
    Enrico Bonadio is Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at City, University of London and Visiting Professor in IP Law at Université Catholique de Lyon as well as visiting lecturer at the LLMs in Intellectual Property offered by the World Intellectual Property Organization in Turin and Ankara. His current research focuses on copyright protection of unconventional forms of expression, including graffiti and street art. He is the co-editor of Non-Conventional Copyright: Do New and Non-Traditional Works Deserve Protection? (2018) and Beyond Plain Packaging: The New Intellectual Property of Health (2016).

    Contributors

    Heitor Alvelos, Ronald Kramer, Peter Bengsten, Paula Westenberger, Enrico Bonadio, Marta Iljadica, Pascale Chapdeleine, Marcela Palacio Puerta, Shane Burke, Marc Mimler, Gilberto Cavagna Di Gualdana, Anke Moerland, Stéphanie De Potte, Stavroula Karapapa, Tobias Schonwetter, Bram Van Wiele, Nandita Saikia, Mark Davidson, Jonathan Barrett, Andrea Baldini

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