No upside target is safe from this charging bull market! Here’s today’s updated Emini (@ES) trading levels for your trades: We’ve been anticipating this breakout – one way or the other – for a while now. We had bullish indications trigger late last week and we’re seeing the result with this week’s breakout surge. Like yesterday, we saw [...]
Bronze dynamo is not a misappropriation of 'Charging Bull.'
It's unfair to permanently pit her against the 'Charging Bull' on Wall Street.
This week, three of our four winning comments came in response to our thorough look at why the Charging Bull sculptor's supporters are off-base. Taking first place on the insightful side was jupiterkansas making the important point that...Show More Summary
We’ve got Dolly. We’ve got groundhogs. And we’ve got Icelandic music and prickly architects. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s most necessary culture stories: Hello, Bette! Times theater critic Charles McNulty says he wasn’t exactly “champing at the...
The media were thrilled when a statue of a defiant little girl was placed opposite Arturo Di Modica’s famous “Charging Bull” on Wall Street. To the networks, it became a “symbol,” a “sensation” and female empowerment. “Symbols spokeShow More Summary
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Last week, we wrote twice about sculptor Arturo Di Modica and his claim that the "Fearless Girl" statue, that was placed last month in front of his "Charging Bull" statue, violates his rights. As we explained, in detail, he has almost no legal case here. Show More Summary
Do the rights of artists extend beyond the physical spaces that their creations take up? A court of law might have to answer that question in an odd case taking place in New York City. From USA Today, April 12, 2017: “”Charging Bull”...Show More Summary
That traffic island clearly isn't big enough for the two of them. The face-off between Charging Bull and Fearless Girl, two statues sharing the same piece of a Bowling Green median, turned into a... To view the full story, click the title link.
"Fearless Girl is a work of art that incorporates Charging Bull without permission of the copyright owner. Unauthorized use of a copyrighted work — unless it falls within some narrow exceptions — is straight up copyright infringement. Show More Summary
SLATE: The Charging Bull Sculptor Is Right. Fearless Girl Should Go. What does the statue of a little girl standing in front of a charging bull, and the reaction to it, say about feminism?
A move to remove “Fearless Girl” by the artist of the “Charging Bull” statue it faces has Times readers discussing whether the intent of art should be protected.
A popular image of resistance during the Occupy Wall Street protests of 2012 showed a ballerina poised atop the Charging Bull statue in New York City’s financial district. The aggressive capitalist system that had failed so many in the...Show More Summary
"'Charging Bull' no longer carries a positive, optimistic message." The post Charging Bull sculptor: Fearless Girl makes a symbol of strength into something negative appeared first on Hot Air.
Before Fearless Girl came on the scene, the bull was an encouraging representation of a booming economy. Now, charging toward a tiny human, it’s a stand-in for the gendered forces that work against women’s success in the workplace. This isn’t the same kind of contextual shift that might result from a curator’s juxtaposition of two works; […]
The sculptor of Wall Street's "Charging Bull" statue on Wednesday demanded the removal of the "Fearless Girl" statue that's faced off against the bull since last month. Arturo Di Modica said his... To view the full story, click the title link.
In a letter sent through his lawyer, Arturo Di Modica claims that the new statue violates the Visual Artists Rights Act and illegally commercializes his own sculpture. The post Sculptor of Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” Demands Relocation of “Fearless Girl” appeared first on Hyperallergic.
"The sculptor of the celebrated 'Charging Bull' statue in New York City’s Bowling Green has complained that the recent installation nearby of another statue, 'Fearless Girl,' violates his copyright...."
Won't someone think of the white guys that this woman is hurting?