Jim Lambie installation at MoMA

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  • scafidiroberto 7y

    My name is Roberto Scafidi, artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina.This thursday I was shocked and amazed when a student in my class ( I teach in Art Curatorship at Philadelphia College in Buenos Aires, among others schools, and Universitys), and Manuel de Corselas, owner of the www.arssummum.net, a Art History site from Spain both showed me a photograph of the MoMAs floor by this Jim Lambie, wich I consider to be a total rip off my work. I´m working in this line since 1993, there are many catalogues and books in the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires that can prove what im saying. You can check some of my work at www.arssummum.net , a art history site from Spain , write my last name in the ” busqueda” case and you could see. Its not “quite like it” its a detail of one of my works, every and each color, the composition, etc. I cant believe the lack of ethics of this guy,but … Mark Harden of the Artchive knows my work since 2006, Nina Colosi, art Curator from N.Y, and many other people in the U.S, and Europe.Got some colectors in Paris, Munich, Italy and Spain, besides Latin America. Please check what Im saying, you will see its true. I´ve been awarded some times, by the French Embassy in 1991´92, lived in Paris at The Cité Internationale des Arts. I´m not saying this out of vanity, but to remark that I have many years working behind me , and many people know my work, and coldnt believe when they saw this plagiarization. I hope you can spread this news for the truths sake.
    My mail is
    scafidiroberto@yahoo.com.ar.
    Thank you very much
  • Sumeyye Unver 4y

    OMG..this is brilliant, look so chic..lovely
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Taken on February 20, 2008
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