Stealing Banksy? Vice Media, Chris Marker Profile
Samira Ahmed discusses the ownership of street art. Ex-ITN CEO Stewart Purvis on the rise of indie news organisations, and a retrospective of prophetic filmmaker Chris Marker.
As the row continues over who Banksy's latest artwork belongs to, and a street art exhibition and auction - Stealing Banksy? - opens in London, Samira Ahmed asks how works of art on the street and online are challenging notions of ownership in the art world. With Mary McCarthy, Director of MM Contemporary Arts; Professor Lionel Bently, barrister and copyright expert on intellectual property, and street artist and gallery owner, Pure Evil.
Stewart Purvis, ex ITN CEO and Professor of Journalism at City Universitylooks at the rise of global youth media company Vice. From it's beginnings as a Toronto punk 'zine in 1994 to a mainstream global online news channel, does Vice offer a new model of news for both journalists and audiences?
The Whitechapel Gallery is holding a retrospective of French film maker Chris Marker. Artist Jeremy Millar, film critic and co-curator of the retrospective Chris Darke and Habda Rashid, Assistant Curator at The Whitechapel Gallery discuss his life and work.
Chris Darke, Habda Rashid and artist Jeremy Millar discuss the French film-maker.
Stewart Purvis looks at the rise of global youth media company Vice.
We ask Mary McCarthy, Lionel Bently, and Pure Evil who owns street art.
Chris Marker: A Grin Without a Cat is at the Whitechapel Gallery in London until 22 June 2014.
Image: Film Still from Chris Marker's La Jetée (1962). Image courtesy BFI Stills Collection. © 1963 Argos Films
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