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The Andy Warhol Foundation has asked the US Supreme Court to reverse a ruling holding that artist Andy Warhol's artwork didn't make fair use of a photo of the musician Prince, arguing that the decision will inflict severe harm on free artistic expression.
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Andy Warhol, Prince, copyright, fair use, legal doctrine