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In Praise of Art Forgery. GE1127-Money and Art Final Project Lee Lok Kwan , Charlotte 52622806. Art Forgery.  Creating and selling of works of art  which are falsely credited to other, usually more famous artists. Theme. An essay on Art Forgery: Good or Bad?

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in praise of art forgery

In Praise of Art Forgery

GE1127-Money and ArtFinal Project

Lee Lok Kwan , Charlotte

52622806

art forgery
Art Forgery

Creating and selling of works of art 

which are falsely credited to other,

usually more famous artists

theme
Theme

An essay on

Art Forgery: Good or Bad?

1. Conventionaland Scholars’ view on art forgery

2. My supporting view on art forgery

conventional and scholars view on art forgery
Conventional and Scholars’ view on art forgery

Artistic Crimes

The British Journal of Aesthetics 19

(1979): 302-341

Denis Dutton

  • intrinsic aesthetic properties should be respected as it was believed to be the work of an esteemed artist
  • misattribute origin, misrepresent achievement
conventional and scholars view on art forgery1
Conventional and Scholars’ view on art forgery

Martin Gayford - an art critic

Article on THETELEGRAPH 17 Jun 2010

  • ‘art history became instantly inapplicable’
my supporting view on art forgery
My supporting view on art forgery

In my point of view, Art Forgeryhas its own value nowadays

intimate relationship
Intimate relationship

can take photos

and touch the art pieces

The Scream

1983

EdvardMunch

A photo taken inside

OstukaMuseum of Art

– reproducing a collection of

renowned paintings

conservation for a longer period of time
Conservation for a longer period of time

Ceramic Texture

  • remain their color and shape > 2000 years
  • Revamp destroyed art piece
art piece that cannot be moved any more
Art Piece that cannot be moved any more

1937

Guernica

Pablo Ruiz Picasso

MuseoNacional

Centro de Arte Reina

Sofia, Madrid

conclusion
Conclusion

Anew business in the new art world

  • Art Forgery for a Chinese artist to make a living
reference
Reference
  • http://www.o-museum.or.jp/english/character/
  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/5303200.stm?ls
  • http://www.wga.hu/html_m/g/greco_el/05/0502grec.html
  • http://www.ebaomonthly.com/ebao/readebao.php?a=20041110
  • http://big5.chinanews.com:89/hr/2011/04-26/2999149.shtml
  • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/art-features/7824999/Art-forgeries-does-it-matter-if-you-cant-spot-an-original.html
  • http://www.denisdutton.com/artistic_crimes.htm
  • http://www.fastcodesign.com/3016660/chinese-art-counterfeiters-make-art-imitating-their-lives#1