The Visual Artists Rights Act

In 1981, Richard Serra’s Tilted Arc sculpture in New York City’s Federal Plaza became the center of debate on Artist rights. Federal Plaza employees saw his curving wall of raw steel measuring 120-feet long and 12-feet high as ugly and oppressive.

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