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Law and art regularly collide. There are intestacy and divorce battles over art collections. There are copyright infringement lawsuits against pop stars who base their music videos on famous photographs. There are models charged with public lewdness for posing nude ... among nude paintings.
From March 9 through April 19, SOMArts, located at 934 Brannan Street in San Francisco, will take a closer look at the intersection between law and art in a special exhibition called, "I Am Crime: Art on the Edge of Law."
The exhibition will feature opportunities for anonymous criminal confessions, a review of artistic trespasses, and multimedia presentations reflecting legal disparities. Highlights include:
Now that SOMArts has the law and art discussion covered, we just need to find a lecture series examining the interaction between music and the law. We've learned about automobile searches from Jay-Z, and child support from Kanye and Jamie Foxx, but we still want to know if Fiona Apple actually needs a good a defense for feeling like a criminal.
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