10 March 2017

Jeff Koons And Pompidou Center Lose Plagiarism Lawsuit In France

Jeff Koons and the Pompidou Center have been found guilty of plagiarism in a legal dispute over the artist’s work Naked (1988) The work of art was part of Koons’s Banality series

30 December 2014

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Jeff Koons Sued In Second Plagiarism Lawsuit In A Month

The estate of the well known French photographer Jean-François Bauret is suing the American artist Jeff Koons for copying one of his best known images, for the 1988 sculpture titled Naked.  The sculpture created in porcelain, is part of Koons’ “Banality” series and would have been on display in his current retrospective, at the Centre […]

1 July 2013

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Artist Roger Dean Sues Avatar Director James Cameron Over Plagiarism

Roger Dean the artist and graphic designer best known for his album covers for prog-rockers Yes and Asia is suing the Avatar Director James Cameron for $50m/£43m over “claims he copied his style and ideas for the 3D film Avatar”. Mr dean who graduated from the Royal College of Art, in London, in 1968 created […]