Suit Seeks to Stop Atlanta From Removing Art From Private Property
Atlanta has given some of its artists until June 9 to seek city approval of murals displayed on private property that are visible to the public. Without such approval, the city has said, the works will be removed, and the artists could potentially face prosecution. But that threat by the city to remove artwork visible to the public, even if it's on private property, prompted several artists on Tuesday to sue the city to stop it from enforcing the ordinance.
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