- Artist Danh Vō has decided to fulfill the Rotterdam judge's ruling in Bert Kreuk case, which ruled, on June 24, that Vō must produce a new work for Kreuk within a year. The court specified that the work must be “large and impressive," and reflect new developments in Vo's art practice. Kreuk is to pay $350,000 for the new artwork.
Bert Kreuk recently secured an injunction on a piece by Vō, Fiat Veritas, which was at the heart of their legal battle. He claimed that the injunction was necessary because Vō has yet to cover the cost of Kreuk's attorney's fees as ordered by the court.
Although Vō is appealing the court's decision, he has, nonetheless, made a proposition for a work that would be in line with the verdict. Vō shared his proposal in writing with artnet News exclusively this morning:
*Warning this letter contains language that some readers may find offensive.