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Malanga v. Chamberlain

Malanga v. Chamberlain, 2010 NY Slip Op 52147(U) (Sup. Ct. King’s County, Dec. 10, 2010), aff’d by 71 AD3d 644 (App. Div., 2d Dep’t., Mar. 2, 2010).

In this New York state case, Andy Warhol’s former assistant, Gerard Malanga, sued the artist John Chamberlain to recover an artwork entitled 315 Johns, which was assembled from 315 eight-inch square silkscreen panels depicting Chamberlain’s face, that Malanga claimed to have created, but which Chamberlain said Warhol . . .

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