Stories We Missed: Adam Pendleton and the Issue of Originality in the Digital Age, Jeppe Ugelvig, δημοσίευση στο Freize [8/12/2022]
Back in October, the art world experienced its own quarrel about intellectual property infringement when the prolific American artist Adam Pendleton accused British fashion house Alexander McQueen of copying his art for the design of a clothing line. What an article in The New York Times dubbed ‘McQueen Graffiti’ – printed patterns of close-up, spraypainted scribbles in black and white, applied to dresses, handbags and a particular skirt worn by Vogue editor Anna Wintour – looked remarkably like the artist’s canvases of densely layered graffiti. Pendleton, whose public visibility is underscored by his representation by blue-chip galleries Pace, David Kordansky and Max Hetzler, sent a letter through his lawyers to the fashion house.
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