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OWNERSHIP IN VISUAL ARTS


Copying the works of great artists is a part of artistic education as well as increasing technical skill. Each artist can be inspired by the work of another artist; He can use many items in his works that make references to those artists. This is a well-known way to emulate another artist. Some of them replicate these works by doing exactly the same. This is presented as an original style and is done secretly. The event is called fraud. The issue is defined as a legal event. Rights on intellectual and artistic works are protected by civil and criminal cases organized by FSEK. In the case of violation of the rights in intellectual and artistic works in private law, the refusal of rape (FSEK art. 66-68), the prohibition of rape (FSEK art. 69), compensation (FSEK art. 70 / 1-2) and the transfer of the profit obtained (FSEK art. 70/3). These rights include industrial rights and copyrights. The aim of this study is to explain the reproduction and forgery of visual art works with examples and to explain the nature of the work organized under the Law No. 5846 on Intellectual and Artistic Works (FSEK).


Keywords


Visual arts, ownership of an artwork, work token, economic and moral rights.

Author : Esra BADEMCİOĞLU
Number of pages: 405-425
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29228/ASOS.39360
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The Journal of Academic Social Sciences
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