Nussenzweig v. diCorcia is a decision by the New York Supreme Court in New York County, holding that a photographer could display, publish, and sell street photography without the consent of the subjects of those photographs.
The photograph was taken by diCorcia in Times Square in Manhattan. The images were exhibited at the Pace/MacGill Gallery from September 6, 2001 through October 13, 2001. They were then published in a book titled Heads by Pace/MacGill.
DiCorcia created ten limited edition prints of each photograph in the book and they were sold for USD $20,000-30,000 each.
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