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Best Answer Andrew Spacey says
I guess it all boils down to the person taking a photo's intentions.
Well, that makes sense. I think if I had some art work in a museum or gallery I would request no photos to be taken.
Agung WP says
Lisa Vollrath says
Yes the museum wants to sell their souvenir gifts...but I was reading an article about artists work being copied and saw an image of a woman snapping a photo of a framed photo in a gallery and was incensed. As an artist I feel this is stealing.
Most who download music illegally aren't looking to sell it but that doesn't negate that it's stolen.
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Phyllis Doyle Burns says
An art gallery displays individual artists and photographers work for sale. If someone snaps a photograph then they didn't pay for it. A museum usually doesn't allow cameras for that reason.