“Naked”: the Paris Court of Appeal considers that the sculpture by Jeff Koons is a forgery of a photograph by Jean-François Bauret. The name of Jeff Koons appears again in a French court decision. In recent years, in fact, the American artist has been the subject of several convictions for counterfeiting, and the decision of the Paris Court of Appeal of December 17, 2019 only prolongs a judicial past unfavorable to the artist. In this case, the Court addressed the case of the porcelain sculpture entitled “Naked”, depicting two naked children held by the shoulder. Created in 1988, the work...
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