Nadia Plesner's contrarian and provocative stance over her use of the likeness of a Louis Vuitton Bag in her artwork see's her facing fines of €5000 for every day she continues to do so.

Nadia Plesner's contrarian and provocative stance over her use of the likeness of a Louis Vuitton Bag in her artwork see's her facing fines of €5000 for every day she continues to do so. On the face of it, this appears to be corporate branding riding roughshod over artistic freedom of expression. But what began as an attempt to highlight the media's warped coverage priorities has now devolved into an even more fascinating account of the terrain artists need to navigate when appropriating images for artistic statement.

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