The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation last week announced that it would be easing copyright restrictions on art belonging to the groundbreaking artist—a move that will make images of his work easier to access and disseminate, especially by professors and the media.

The foundation has issued guidelines for fair use of its imagery and imagery of Rauschenberg’s work. As foundation CEO Christy MacLear made clear, teachers should be teaching the best examples of this seminal artist’s body of work, not simply the free ones.

From The Los Angeles Times


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