Guggenheim Museums all over the World are famous for having very unconventional buildings. The museum in Bilbao is no exception. The building is situated right on the river and it has one of the weirdest shapes one can imagine. First you may think it’s a giant stadium or something of that sort. Show More Summary
Blizzard Entertainment seeks $8.5 million from German cheat maker, Jeff Koons found liable for copyright infringement and a lawsuit over Vamprechaun. The post 3 Count: Vamprechaun appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The court ruled that Koons had copied the work of a photographer...
A French court has ordered appropriation artist Jeff Koons and contemporary art museum Centre Pompidou to pay €40,000 (about $46,000 US) for infringing the copyright of a photograph by the late French photographer Jean-François Bauret. Show More Summary
The dancers spin and twist in the cosmic space between Jeff Koons’ candy-colored “Tulips” sculpture and Takashi Murakami’s massive painting "In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow." It’s an easy-breezy routine — very lazy-Sunday-with-a-mimosa, accompanied by a jazzy Dave Douglas...
A French court ruled that a Koons sculpture infringes on the copyright of a black-and-white photograph by the late artist Jean-François Bauret. The post Jeff Koons Convicted of Plagiarizing a Photo of Naked Children appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Court rules American artist copied a 1975 postcard by Jean-François Bauret for his 1988 sculpture of two children The American artist Jeff Koons plagiarised a French photographer for one of his celebrated sculptures, Naked, a French court has ruled. Show More Summary
A French court ruled on Thursday that the American artist’s sculpture Naked, 1988, plagiarised Frenchman Jean-François Bauret’s 1975 photograph, Enfants.
The Museum of Contemporary Art’s 2017 gala promises to be a bright and shiny affair this year, honoring New York artist Jeff Koons, known for his vibrantly colored, metallic work. Riffing off Koons’ aesthetic, the museum said it will transform the Geffen Contemporary in Little Tokyo, immersing...
Well, okay, Monet did all his own painting. But by his final years, he had become the world's most expensive living artist - and his work was already viewed by some as a solid investment. Art historian Ross King recounts how American wealth, social aspiration, and showmanship (art auctions as theatrical events!) made Water Lilies […]
While visiting The Broad Museum in Los Angeles over a year ago, I was blown away by both the prominence of featured artists, as well as the fact that I was able to have access to such work for free. Kara Walker, Jeff Koons, Jean-Michel...Show More Summary
(The Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University) Though artists and scientists may sometimes speak different languages, there is much they can learn from each other.Columbia's Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute recognizes the exciting potential of building bridges between these disciplines. Show More Summary
Jeff Koons sold pre-owned Hermès handbags as readymades.
"'It just fell out of the display,' said Ally Shapiro, one of the few collectors who witnessed the incident and snapped the above iPhone photo. 'The girl standing next to it had it cleaned up in five seconds.'"
Tuesday’s Art Basel Miami Beach Design/Miami fair ended in tragedy today, when one of Jeff Koons’ iconic balloon dogs inexplicably fell from the silver plate on which he sat, his compact glass physique shattering when it hit the floor. Show More Summary
"Bouquet of Tulips" is intended as a gesture of Franco-American solidarity following last year's terrorist attacks in the French capital. The post Jeff Koons Gifts a Big Bouquet of Ugly to the French appeared first on Hyperallergic.
[caption id="attachment_80753" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Jeff Koons[/caption] Fascinating/sad: ten illustrators discuss their work for the election, produced when they assumed Hillary Clinton would win the presidency. There’s even a GIF in there. Show More Summary
Bouquet of Tulips, currently being built, is to be installed on the plaza outside the Museum of Modern Art next year American artist Jeff Koons is giving Paris a monumental sculpture of a bunch of flowers in commemoration of the lives lost in the 2015 terrorist attacks in the French city. Show More Summary
American artist Jeff Koons announced he would give Paris a "Bouquet of Tulips" sculpture in honor of the victims of the November 2015 jihadist attacks.
American artist Jeff Koons announced on November 21 he would give Paris a "Bouquet of Tulips" sculpture as an offering of remembrance for the victims of the November 2015 jihadist attacks, city hall said.