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Can an Artwork Ever Be Grounds for Defamation? & Colombian artist Oscar Murillo & Fashion Exhibition in London Palace

Sean Hemmerle, Fox News, New York (2005–2015). Digital chromogenic print. 62 x 74 cm. From the project 'Media Nodes'. Courtesy Galerie Julian Sander.

Does an unflattering portrayal ever warrant legal action? Aimee Gavin, a solicitor at London law firm Howard Kennedy LLP, weighs in. 

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Colombian artist Oscar Murillo: ‘I work on canvases for years. It’s like making really good wines 

The artist on lockdown back in Colombia, sharing the Turner prize, and his new political hero

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Fashion Exhibition In London Palace Shows The Royal Courts Were No Different To The Met Gala

Outfits and jewels worn by Audrey Hepburn, Lizzo, Lady Gaga and Rihanna take center-stage alongside Royal ceremonial dress and other historic items, in a new fashion exhibition which opened this week in London. The largest exhibition ever staged at Kensington Palace…. 

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Wesley Yuen

Wesley Yuen is a collector based in Vancouver BC.

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