On March 26, the painter Ma Hansong responded to the incident of being plagiarized by Wang Xiaoli, chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association. Ma Hansong said that the other party had copied his paintings for a long time, and changed the name of the paintings. On the 26th, Wang Xiaoli commissioned the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles to issue an apology letter for the matter. Ma Hansong believes that Wang Xiaoli should apologize to the art world in order to curb the vice of plagiarism. The reporter learned from the Qinghai Provincial Federation of Literary and Art Circles that the local area is further investigating whether Wang Xiaoli has plagiarized.

“In the past two days, I’m deeply ashamed and guilty about my alleged copying of Mr. Ma Hansong’s works on the Internet: I’m sorry for the organization and the industry’s cultivation and care, I’m sorry for the art career that I love so much, and I’m sorry for my respect and virtue Mr. Ma Hansong, who is very talented!”
On March 26, Wang Xiaoli, chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association, apologized and admitted plagiarism. Earlier, an article “Exposing that the beautiful painter, the chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association, and the youngest director of the Chinese Artists Association for several years? “The exposed article caused heated discussion on the Internet. This article compares Wang Xiaoli’s works with Tianjin artist Ma Hansong’s works. The highly similar paintings are called “copy-type plagiarism” by netizens. After reading the letter of apology, Ma Hansong’s daughter felt quite angry: “I think it’s evasive to the important thing. The letter of apology doesn’t mention selling or publishing a book. The apology letter means that I copy and play at home and don’t know how it flows into the market. Eight years, isn’t it ridiculous?” She told reporters at Nanfeng Chuang that many friends had recently forwarded screenshots of Wang Xiaoli’s suspected plagiarism paintings sold on Douyin, but Wang Xiaoli did not explain in detail the details of entering the market in her letter. Ma Hansong is 72 years old this year, but he hasn’t rested recently because of this incident. She only hoped that her father would no longer be troubled by these things. Ma Hansong is willing to stand up and speak out through the media, hoping to correct the unhealthy trends in the art world and clean up the current art environment. Ma Hansong told reporters from Nan Fengchuang: “She (Wang Xiaoli) should apologize to all kinds of victims. She should know who she was confessing to. It doesn’t make much sense to admit her mistakes to me. I’m just a painter. “Wang Xiaoli’s plagiarism storm once again revealed the ugly corner of the painting and calligraphy world. What’s more sad is that many people in the industry have already taken it off. Original clone As early as 2016, Ma Hansong had seen Wang Xiaoli’s paintings. At that time, he couldn’t help but complain about it in the circle of friends: “Is fame and fortune so attractive?” Since then, he has not continued to pay attention to this matter. For Ma Hansong, the paintings have been plagiarized for nearly 30 years. “For me, I am already numb, I don’t feel anything.” Ma Hansong remembers that there were two auctions held by fraudsters to auction off the plagiarism from him. painting. On a cultural street in Tianjin, a shop even opened a shop under his name to sell fake paintings. As a result, the clerk couldn’t recognize him when he saw him. The clerk also proudly told him that at best, he could sell hundreds of pieces a month. In order to fight counterfeiting, Ma Hansong has also tried to do a lot of work in the past, such as publishing many articles calling for counterfeiting in newspapers and magazines. He once wrote: “Those paintings are shoddy and vulgar, which is really intolerable, but they are written with my name and my seal. I feel that my sincerity in art has been desecrated and my self-esteem has been hurt.” Ma Hansong thought. One way, he asked people to set up a personal website dedicated to counterfeiting, uploading a clear and large picture of his work, and publishing the mailbox, so that everyone can take pictures of the painting in his hand and send it to him, and he himself can identify whether it is fake. This method is indeed effective, and Ma Hansong has received many photos. But what I did not expect is that the more than 40 pictures received are all fake. Moreover, the high-definition pictures posted on anti-counterfeiting websites finally led to the proliferation of new fake pictures. Since then, Ma Hansong has been disheartened and has become completely numb to the fake paintings on the market. Until this time the scandal of Wang Xiaoli’s suspected plagiarism was exposed online, Ma Hansong’s calm was broken again. “The rise of this incident was not caused by me, and I am also observing it now.” Ma Hansong said that the incident may have been exposed by anti-counterfeiting agencies or individuals, which caused great shock in the end. This also shows that in the current network environment, there is nowhere to hide in acts such as plagiarism and fraud. After the public opinion was fermented, Ma Hansong’s students helped send him some of Wang Xiaoli’s works on the Internet, and Ma Hansong immediately found that many of the works were very similar. So far, Ma Hansong has published 13 books. With just one copy of “Ma Hansong’s Ink and Wash Figure Painting Techniques”, he discovered that 20 or 30 paintings in the book had been plagiarized by Wang Xiaoli.
“First of all, it can be determined that plagiarism is undoubted. The method is basically to clone the original painting. The similarity is more than 95%. As the chairman of the Provincial Artists Association, you should know the seriousness of the matter.” Mu Jianping, a well-known art market commentator in China, told the reporter of Nanfengchuang. The American Association of Fine Arts has issued three orders and five applications to strictly prohibit plagiarism and infringement, but this kind of thing still happened to a chairman of the Provincial Artists Association and a director of the Chinese Artists Association, which makes people feel incredible. Wang Xiaoli explained her motives for plagiarism in her apology, “Mr. Ma Hansong is an artist I have always admired. He particularly likes his style of work, and also learns to copy his paintings to improve myself. Because of my vanity and fluke mentality, I plagiarize works. Flow to society”. Mu Jianping believes that Wang Xiaoli came from an art class, and after years of professional art education, she should have a clear understanding of copying and plagiarism. There is a strict distinction between borrowing, copying and plagiarism. It is inevitable to learn from ancient and contemporary masters when engaging in art, but you must never plagiarize other people’s works. There are still strict boundaries between the three. Mu Jianping told reporters that copying is a necessary stage for Chinese painting and calligraphy. Every Chinese painter has copied the ancients. Learning from the ancients and learning from the good fortune are the main methods of creation. “Which painter hasn’t copied the classics of the previous generation?” But the copying is mostly based on learning, not for profit, and the copying is all righteous, such as the inscription “XX Lin Bada Shanren”. Reference is rather vague. It is often not a complete clone and imitation, and the appearance of the work may only be partly similar. As a result, some painters will cleverly disguise plagiarism, copy only a small part, or change the position to hit the sideball. As for plagiarism, it is more obvious. People can often conclude that two paintings are exactly the same at a glance. The pen and ink, composition, theme, and style of painting are completely the same. Plagiarism is a speculative act of artistic creation. “Copy other people’s paintings and sign your own name, so you become famous quickly, and you will quickly form your own style. But it may take decades for people to create your own style, and you can finish it in a day. And you also sign your own name. This is plagiarism.”
Apology for insincere plagiarism Four days after the plagiarism storm, Wang Xiaoli also apologized to the outside world for the first time through the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles. In Wang Xiaoli’s letter of apology on the 26th, she said: “Perhaps I hurt Mr. Ma too deeply. Although I communicated with my friend, I still had a relationship with my husband. I had to wait for a day and regret it late at night. After that, I will actively communicate with Ma Lao to express my sincere regret face to face.” Ma Hansong believes that there is “absolutely no sincerity.” He recalled to the reporter from Nanfengchuang that on the 24th, a friend relayed Wang Xiaoli’s intentions, to the effect that he would be able to meet and confess his mistakes in person, and would like to ask him for advice. Considering how short the incident was exposed at the time, Ma Hansong felt that he didn’t know what was going on. So Ma Hansong politely declined the meeting on the grounds that he was going on a business trip the next day. After that, Ma Hansong heard that Wang Xiaoli had stayed in Tianjin for a day and left at night. But during this period, no one relayed to him the news that he was going to visit. Ma Hansong’s daughter also questioned: “It is difficult for the chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association to find official contact. Isn’t it a private channel? Is this an attitude of confession?” She also felt that Wang Xiaoli’s apology was insincere, “It is not very conscientious. She admires me so much. Father, I have been copying tirelessly for seven or eight years. We have never seen a visit, nor will we burst out nor apologize.” “You know how difficult it is for a painter to enter the Art Association. She sits in the chair position and uses my father’s paintings. It’s really too lazy if you don’t change a sum,” she said. Wang Xiaoli is listed on the list of directors of the Chinese Art Association (source: the official website of the Art Association). Since then, Ma Hansong has not received any contact from Wang Xiaoli until he saw her public apology on the Internet. After reading the letter, Ma Hansong still had doubts in his heart. He pointed out that Wang Xiaoli tried to avoid the problem of selling paintings in the letter of apology, and was suspected of shirking responsibility. Wang Xiaoli said in the letter: “It needs to be explained that the plagiarized works have not participated in any exhibitions and awards. At the same time, some of the works listed on the Internet are not mine.” Ma Hansong believes that the subtext behind these two sentences is telling the public: “I did not paint this painting. Maybe someone else borrowed my name to sell it.” Whether you have participated in exhibitions and awards, the real situation requires in-depth investigation by relevant departments. Ma Hansong sighed to the reporter from Nanfengchuang that he had been numb to the proliferation of plagiarism, and even felt that he was incapable (anti-counterfeiting). And this time, he accepted the media interview, hoping to call on the society to pay attention to the issue of intellectual property protection. “Intellectual property is a big thing in my heart. Protecting the intellectual property rights of artists is something that I should do very much. I hope I can truly establish a sense of protection in the art world. This is an opportunity to make our environment more quiet and quiet. Those who really do creative work are more at ease in doing their own creations and will not be stolen by others.” Ma Hansong said. As a creator, Ma Hansong was deeply hurt by plagiarism over the years. He also warned people with unpredictable things: “Don’t do wrong things. To be more serious, it is illegal.” Ma Hansong has not thought about the incident of Wang Xiaoli’s plagiarism. How should good things be resolved, but he felt that the other party should have an attitude of sincere apology and be honest about what he did to the society. Ma Hansong said: “I hope that the relevant departments this time, the most important thing is that the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles can correctly solve this problem, and do not prevaricate or shirk this matter.” According to media reports, the Disciplinary Committee of the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles has been involved in this matter on the 25th. To verify and investigate the situation reflected in the articles posted on the Internet, whether Wang Xiaoli’s behavior is a copy or plagiarism must be verified and investigated. On the morning of the 29th, a reporter from Nanfengchuang contacted the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles about this matter. A staff member of the Literary and Art Federation said: “I don’t know the details, and it is not convenient to answer you. We publicized that all the teachers were out. “The shame of art The art world that pursues the beauty of art has been scandalous for many years. In 2019, the plagiarism of Ye Yongqing shocked the domestic art circle. Ye Yongqing is a professor at Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts and a well-known artist in China. However, he was accused of plagiarism by Belgian artist Sylvain. What is shocking is that Ye Yongqing’s plagiarism history has been accused for 30 years. He has become famous for plagiarizing paintings and sold them at sky-high prices on the international market. The Belgian artist Sylvain’s 1989 works (left) and Ye Yongqing’s 1995 works (right) were compared. The comparison pictures kept falling, and the plagiarism incident was aroused. After Ye Yongqing initially denied it, he never responded to the plagiarism incident. In 2019, Sylvain commissioned a Chinese lawyer to initiate legal proceedings. The parties were silent, and the well-known critic Li Xianting spoke first and “apologized to the art world” for “wrote the preface to the exhibition of Ye Yongqing and Liu Wei.” Li Xianting stated that “plagiarism is a moral issue, and there is no artistic issue to discuss.” In the case of the oil painter Yan Yaya plagiarizing the door, the photographer Xue Huak sued Yan Yaya, claiming that eight of his photographs were copied by Yan Yaya and converted into oil paintings for display and auction. In the end, the court found that 5 of the oil paintings were copied from photos and infringed the right of adaptation. This incident also aroused many concerns from the art, photography and legal circles at the time. Comparison of Yan Yaya’s oil paintings (left) and photographer Xue Huake’s photographs (right) In addition to the overturning of well-known artists, plagiarism is not uncommon in domestic exhibitions of all sizes. At the beginning of this year, at the Fifth National Traditional Calligraphy Exhibition, 2 exhibitors were disqualified from admission due to plagiarism. Judging from the comparison between the exhibited works and the “matrix”, the content, layout and even details are exactly the same. Calligraphy copy is the only way to learn calligraphy, but now the calligraphy exhibition has become the hardest hit area for many plagiarism works. According to the statistics of the Chinese Artists Association, since 2017, it has received more than 100 complaints about suspected infringement and illegal works in various exhibitions of the association. In 2 years, a total of 102 infringing and violating works were finally investigated and dealt with. In order to curb the trend of infringement, the Chinese Artists Association released on its official website in 2019 the “China Artists Association Resolutely Says on Plagiarism and Infringement: No! Announcement on Supervising Plagiarism and Infringement of Works in Art Exhibitions” and announced the telephone number for reporting. The announcement emphasizes that copyright is the intellectual property rights enjoyed by creators and is protected by law. No one has the right to infringe on the copyrights of others. Mu Jianping believes that plagiarism is an infringement of intellectual property rights, deceiving and harming the original author, the buyer and the market. For a long time, many domestic practitioners are generally indifferent to the legal consciousness of intellectual property rights, so the trend of plagiarism and fraud has been repeatedly prohibited. In essence, plagiarism is the idea of ​​eager for quick success and quick profit at the wrong time, using other people’s creations to serve one’s own fame and fortune. This is an act of opportunism, and young and middle-aged artists should take warning from Wang Xiaoli’s incident. “As a Mesozoic painter, Wang Xiaoli should have passed the stage of imitating ancients and contemporary painters. She has independent creative ability and can initially form her own artistic language. However, she chose to take a shortcut and was lucky and eager to profit. This is destined to be It won’t succeed.” For art creators, this is undoubtedly a kind of sadness. The beauty of art is that it is the combination of the artist’s rich emotional connotation, which condenses the creator’s knowledge, thought and creation, and has the power to penetrate the soul. So Leo Tolstoy looked at art in this way: “Whether an art work is good or bad depends on what the artist says, how it says it, and the extent to which it comes from the heart.” Some people think of creativity as The soul of artistic beauty. The beauty of art is unique, and the high value of art works lies here. Uniform beauty is by no means art, and works that have plagiarized the efforts and achievements of others are even more a shame of art. As an artist, I just want to exchange art for money, and my greed will only pollute my own feathers in the end. Don’t do it as a cheat sheet.


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7 months ago

The question is how many more? ! In the art world, whether contemporary art or shelf or traditional art, how many plagiarisms are there, and how many of them rely on asymmetric information to introduce foreign styles? ! A serious art historian may not want to talk about this history at all, but it is still in progress. I support the cause I have done in the past few years. Although his remarks are sometimes biased, they are generally very valuable. Innovation, this imported artistic concept is certainly not the only standard, but if we stick to the tradition, our artist does not seem to support the objects he imitates with fairness. What’s more, the artists who jumped in front of the stage and their successors are still playing with asymmetric information, making monopoly and arbitrary interpretations of the not-so-trend concept of contemporaryity. To put it more pessimistically, the reason why Chairman Wang of Qinghai frankly admitted her mistake was because her background was not strong enough. Well, I’m still a little optimistic. The growth of the mass market, especially the young people’s pursuit of individuality (even if it is arched by capital), is changing the status quo. Let art penetrate into society and urban life, and actively change the state of the country. This is what a new generation of poor and white artists are doing. I know a little artist who co-branded with the excavator factory. I look forward to this kind of cooperation to solve the current problems from the root. Let art enter life and change our visual environment in all aspects. This is really worth looking forward to! Don’t do public welfare that makes you unable to live, actively change everything that you intend to increase your capital (even if it is small, such as an excavator factory or some other small factory), and participate in the wave of aesthetic revival and renaissance. This is the future. the above. Is there any good comment on plagiarism? Buried in the memory is the greatest kindness to her.

7 months ago

The chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association is involved in plagiarism, and the letter of apology is not the end. The art world is not beautiful. Recently, an article titled “Exposed that the beautiful painter, the chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association, and the youngest director of the Chinese Artists Association is suspected of plagiarism for several years? “The article has attracted attention on the Internet. On March 26, the staff of the relevant departments of the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles issued an “Apology Letter” from the party concerned, Wang Mouli, for this matter. In the letter of apology, Wang Mouli stated that she was deeply ashamed and guilty about this matter. It is reported that the Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles has intervened in this matter. Whether Wang Mouli’s behavior is a copy or plagiarism, the Literary and Art Federation is verifying and investigating. Wang Mouli herself is also actively communicating with the plagiarized Ma Mousong and seeking forgiveness from the other party. Wang Mouli and Ma Mousong may be able to reach an understanding through private communication, but as a plagiarism incident, it cannot quietly end. Interestingly, although the official investigation results of Wang Mouli’s plagiarism incident have not been released yet, Wang Mouli has stated in the letter of apology, “Due to my vanity and fluke psychology, the plagiarism works have flowed to the society…” She clearly admitted that she was accused. ‘S work is plagiarized. This is like the criminal suspect has “confessed” before the public security department completes the chain of evidence and witness testimony. In this case, the relevant investigation department should investigate the reason, and then give the corresponding treatment. Otherwise, it is impossible to justify. Plagiarism incidents in the art world are not uncommon in recent years. In 2018, the teacher Fan of Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts was accused of plagiarism, and then the academic committee of the academy found that Fan had plagiarized, and made the disqualification of associate professor Fan’s qualification, cancellation and withdrawal of awards and bonuses, and dismissal. However, there are also investigations that have not gone so smoothly. For example, in early 2019, the well-known artist Ye Yongqing was accused of plagiarism by a Belgian artist, and there is still no clear result. In the “Ye Yongqing Plagiarism Incident”, someone proposed the difference between “plagiarism”, “copying” and “borrowing”. The judgment and discrimination of art may be broad, but in the face of specific incidents that have already been exposed, there should be a conclusion. Otherwise, it will always give the public a feeling of being indifferent, which is not conducive to safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of the parties, and it is not conducive to the creation of a clean and virtuous creative environment in the art world.Unlike other artists, the accused Wang Mouli is the chairman of the Qinghai Artists Association and the director of the Chinese Artists Association. If you are eventually plagiarized, the impact will undoubtedly be very bad. This is not only an individual’s violation of professional ethics or even a violation of the law, but also the loss of the decentness of an organization or even an industry.   The reason why Wang Mouli was able to have a fluke mentality, to some extent, is because she did not take “plagiarism” seriously. In fact, Ma Mousong himself stated that he had known it as early as 2016, and had complained about it in WeChat Moments, but he did not report it to relevant departments. Now, five years have passed without knowing it. If this time it wasn’t for the accusation that the article circulated, and the pressure of public opinion was formed, I am afraid Wang Mouli would still choose to be silent, at most, to communicate privately. I am afraid that this letter of apology would be read. Less than. For this reason, if even those who have been exposed to the light cannot be dealt with thoroughly, seriously, and indisputably, then how can the public be convinced that those who have not been exposed will actively repent? The public will only speculate on the creative level and moral standards of the art world according to the idea of ​​“getting a glimpse and knowing the whole thing”. Therefore, the letter of apology is by no means the end, even if the two sides have reached an understanding. Only detailed investigation conclusions and serious handling results can respond to the public’s expectations of the art world and maintain a fair, just, and healthy art creation environment.

7 months ago

Only high illegal costs and convenient rights protection channels can stop this kind of behavior; just apologize and solve it? Can’t hand over all illegal gains, plus high compensation? Even Yu Zheng, Guo Jingming’s plagiarism, even if the compensation was paid, they felt that the compensation was too small, and they disagreed. Anyway, the fame and fortune gained far exceeded the cost of illegality. What is the loss of money, not to mention Wang Xiaoli only needs to apologize for this kind of direct copying. Plagiarism, how rampant Wang Xiaoli is, shows how bad the intellectual property protection system is. Behind the apology, I just complained that I was not careful enough and that I was too bad luck. All actions are compelling. I believe that China will get better and better, but the protection of intellectual property rights is far from good enough.

7 months ago

In the Writers Association, a central woman writer wrote a diary and handed a knife to foreign countries. She paid attention to the news every day, but never commented on foreign slanders against China. The WHO traceability report to Wuhan said that it is extremely unlikely that the Wuhan virus leaked. As for the responsibility of the hometown, the female writer still said nothing. Of course, at the beginning of last year’s epidemic, the female writer asked the traffic controller whether she could send her Singaporean niece to the airport to board the evacuation aircraft from Singapore. Afterwards, she was said to have used her privileges. She said she asked Yunyun. The key is that if you ask the traffic controller to send people to the airport, why don’t her niece and father ask themselves? There are such people in the Writers Association, and the Artists Association is no exception. I don’t know the value of this kind of art association. In terms of protecting national interests, they can’t even reach one-thousandth of the merits of the black unicorns. Why are the paintings of the Ugly Kirin so angry that Australian Prime Minister Morrison jumped off his feet, and overseas media have spread and reprinted them? Why are the artists’ associations in the same system that play paintings, and no one takes the initiative to protect national interests? What is the use of raising them?

7 months ago

It’s rotten to the bone. Plagiarism is equivalent to corruption, isn’t it? Plagiarism and corruption are both a means of stealing, occupying other people’s “property”, and illegally stealing social resources. Some people even said, “Farts are a big deal, and the world’s articles are a big copy”. Whether it’s the copycat’s low moral hazard, or the casual evaluation of people who feel that they don’t have to bear moral condemnation, they all encourage corruption. This kind of human flesh photocopier, what is it that is not a super corrupt official? It’s rotten to the bone.

7 months ago

I appear in the article “Look up at the bright moon, look down at my hometown”, is it a plagiarism from Li Bai?
Whether it is plagiarism or not depends on the measure. Some people with similar thoughts write very similar things, except for some formal things such as wording and punctuation.
I don’t know much about the American Association.

7 months ago

What is really taboo in the painting and calligraphy circles is the bad behavior of the copyist who neither cites the original author nor pays him. Wang Xiaoli, who has a series of titles such as a member of the Chinese Artists Association, chairman of the Qinghai Provincial Artists Association, and curator of Qinghai Art Museum, is known as the “Youngest Director of the Chinese Artists Association,” Wang Xiaoli, who has plagiarized a large number of old Tianjin painters for a long time. The scandal of Ma Hansong’s works continues to ferment. On March 26, she issued a public letter of apology, acknowledging plagiarism, expressing “deeply ashamed and guilty”, “A sincere apology to Mr. Ma Hansong and netizens! Please forgive everyone!” Ma Hansong was written in Jiawu year (2014) “Eating Tea” (left) and Wang Xiaoli’s paintings by Ding Younian (2017) (right). The art is originally an artistic creation, focusing on originality and reflecting personal style. As the chairman of the Provincial Artists Association, Wang Xiaoli is actually a series of copies of previous painters. The sale of his paintings is really shocking. Netizens put the two texts together and compared them and found that even the number of folds on the clothes of the characters and the texture on the tree trunks did not change. They all exclaimed that even copying might not be counted as copying. Ma Hansong in the year of Ji Chou (2009) “Li Bai’s Poems and Rhymes No. 3” (left) and Wang Xiaoli’s painting in the year of Yi Wei (2015) (right) Speaking of copying, it is well known that Qi Baishi copied the works of Xu Wei in the Ming Dynasty and Zhang Daqian copied the Qing Works by Dai Shitao. Learning from the ancients and copying masterpieces is an important learning method that has been followed in the traditional painting and calligraphy circles for a long time, including children learning painting and calligraphy, starting with copying. So what are the particularities of the ancients copying? One is: copy the original writing, painting, and seal completely, and then add your own signature and seal; the other is: copy only the content of the calligraphy and calligraphy, remove the postscript, signature, and seal, and then add your own signature and seal, but The target of the title is “Imitate XX’s pen”, “Proximity to XX’s work” and so on. In short, they all point out the original author, showing that this one is just a copy. Therefore, like “The World’s First Xingshu”, Wang Xizhi’s “Lanting Preface” of the Jin Dynasty, “Ou Lin” (Ouyang Xun of the Tang Dynasty), “Chu Lin” (Chu Suiliang of the Tang Dynasty) and “Feng Lin” (Feng Chengsu of the Tang Dynasty) ) And other classic versions, which can be distinguished by later generations, is that when the copy is made, the original author and who is the copy are marked. If copying is only for learning purposes, the broom is self-explanatory, and it is not spread. Of course, it does not matter if the original author is not mentioned. But if it is used for commercial purposes and is to be circulated and sold, the situation is different. Measured from the perspective of the intellectual property system of modern society, copying is also a kind of human intellectual and spiritual activity. There will be differences in more or less between the copy and the original. It is completely denied that the copy has partial copyright, which is not scientific and reasonable; However, after all, the copy is derived from the original. If it is recognized as having independent copyright, it will inevitably face conflicts with the copyright protection of the original. Then, referring to Articles 13 and 24 of the Copyright Law, the exercise of copyright should be based on the premise that “the copyright of the original work must not be infringed, the normal use of the original work must not be affected, and the legitimate rights and interests of the copyright owner of the original work must be reasonably damaged”. , Subject to various restrictions. First, it is necessary to compulsorily indicate who the original author is, indicate that it is a copy, seek truth from facts, and respect the authorship right of the original author. Second, the sale of imitations must be “equalized” with the original author, and the original author must be paid a certain percentage. This is similar to the payment of reprinting fees for reprinting articles. Third, because of the information asymmetry between the copying person and the original author, it is not realistic for the copying person to obtain the original author’s consent in advance. Therefore, you can refer to the internationally accepted “copyright statutory (compulsory) license” system for the reproduction of artworks. Unless the original author has made a prior declaration that the copying is not allowed for commercial use, the copyer can copy and use it for commercial purposes; however, if there is a copying If the original author is not marked, and the copyist does not pay the original author, the original author may request the copyer to unconditionally recall and destroy the copy after discovering it. In fact, there is usually a significant price gap between original works and imitations, and the customer groups for original works and imitations are not the same. Therefore, the normal market circulation of imitations will not hinder the interests of the original authors, and there are also advertisements for the originals. The effect can expand the visibility and influence of the original work. Usually the author of the original work does not object; what they really taboo is the bad behavior of the copyist who neither cites the original author nor pays. Wang Xiaoli has plagiarized Ma Hansong’s paintings for a long time. What’s wrong with her? First, her imitations flowed to the market for profit, but it did not indicate that the original author was Ma Hansong. Second, the money fell into his own pocket, and he did not pay the original author a “reprint fee.” According to Ma Hansong, a large number of his original works are in his own hands and he has published albums; and many of Wang Xiaoli’s copyings are not based on his original copy, but use light boxes and other tools to enlarge the paintings in his albums. Later, “copying” came out; according to the art dealer she worked with: “The paintings taken by Chairman Wang Xiaoli are all in large quantities. Just like wholesale, you can buy more than 100 copies at a time and sell them slowly.” Mass production like assembly line operation is like falling into the eyes of money. Therefore, Wang Xiaoli’s abominable behavior not only violated Mr. Ma Hansong’s authorship and remuneration rights, but also deceived buyers and the market, allowing buyers to spend the money to buy the original works, but they got the hands in batches. Low-end copy of production. Today, although Wang Xiaoli has apologized to Ma Hansong for her wicked plagiarism, as the chairman of the Provincial Artists Association, the curator of art museums, and the director of the Chinese Artists Association, she is obviously not worthy of virtue, and even the professional ethics of ordinary painters is not To comply, its various positions and duties, including the question of whether to leave or leave membership, also require relevant parties to respond as soon as possible and give a clear answer.

7 months ago

How to treat? Isn’t it commonplace in the literary world? It’s just the tip of the iceberg. How do you think the female drummer of Nanjing University of the Arts blew herself up as her high-powered father arranged her life? What do you think of the academic circle’s elimination of the monopoly of alien plagiarism? Truth, goodness and beauty are different, but dirty often emits the same stench

7 months ago

Are you still involved in Sanguan? Come on, take a good break. I said there was no plagiarism or is plagiarism correct? I just said that this apology letter is not sincere enough, right? He said that apologizing and letting go is called avoiding the heavy and light, and the original text is listed: the first paragraph: …I am suspected of plagiarizing Mr. Ma Hansong’s work. I am deeply ashamed and guilty… I am sorry that I have respect and virtue Mr. Ma Hansong, who is very talented! The second paragraph: Mr. Ma Hansong is an artist I have always admired… It caused plagiarism works to flow to the society, which caused great harm to Mr. Ma Hansong, and also brought bad influence to the Chinese Artists Association and the Qinghai art world. I regret it very much. , Cannot be blamed. The third paragraph:…… In the past two days, I immediately flew to Tianjin after conducting an in-depth inspection with the Chinese Artists Association and the Qinghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles. I wanted to say to the respected Mr. Ma in person: I’m sorry. I was wrong! To express my deep apologies and regrets, I begged Mr. to give me a chance to repent. Maybe it was because I hurt Ma’s too much. Although I communicated with my friend through my friends, I still had a fate with my husband. I had to wait for a day before returning home late at night. After that, I will actively communicate with Mr. Ma and express my sincere regrets face to face. The fourth paragraph: It should be noted that the plagiarized works have not participated in any exhibitions and awards. At the same time, some of the works listed on the Internet are not mine. The fifth paragraph: This mistake is serious, and the lesson is painful. I will keep it in my heart, change the past, and repay the society with practical actions. I once again express my sincere apologies to Mr. Ma Hansong and netizens! Please forgive me! Except for the fourth paragraph, which paragraph did not apologize? Is there a statement that there is no profit? You just said that you haven’t participated in any exhibitions and awards, right? What does it mean to apologize in the end? Who has problems with vision and understanding? As for the insincere part of the so-called apology: On the 24th, a friend relayed Wang Xiaoli’s intentions, to the effect that he hoped to meet and confess his mistakes in person, and wanted to ask him for advice. Considering how short the incident was exposed at the time, Ma Hansong felt that he didn’t know what was going on. So Ma Hansong politely declined the meeting on the grounds that he was going on a business trip the next day. But the so-called “I don’t know what is going on” is the original text here: As early as 2016, Ma Hansong had seen Wang Xiaoli’s paintings. At that time, he couldn’t help but complain about it in the circle of friends: “Is fame and fortune so attractive?” Of course, Ma Hansong has the right not to accept Wang Xiaoli’s apology. I just said: Wang Xiaoli made a special trip from Qinghai to Tianjin, and waited for a day and night to fail to meet. The reason for not meeting is that Ma found a reason not to see Wang. This can only be called Ma Hansong not accept Wang Xiaoli’s apology, and I can’t tell Wang Xiaoli. Sincerity? What does it mean to be so sincere to not even meet? Okay, let’s talk about it, how can I have a problem with the three views?

7 months ago

The reason why Wang Xiaoli chose plagiarism is that she can profit from plagiarism and she is “successful”. Everyone should be able to see this simple cause and effect. Profits from plagiarism are widespread in the manufacturing industry, and many people are proud of the profits from plagiarism. In 2020, the German “Golden Nose Plagiarism Award” will be awarded, and the top ten are all Chinese manufacturers. Rush for success! Innovation is advocated every day. However, the entire education system exhausts most people’s “imagination” when exam-oriented education is popular. Without imagination, innovation is unsustainable. Compared with the cost of plagiarism, the high investment required for innovation, the cumbersome legal procedures required for joining and the investment for joining, it seems that the latter is the least expensive, but in essence it is the most expensive. Plagiarism is a shameful behavior and is not allowed. This is the consensus of most legal countries and nations in the world. The act of plagiarism for profit will damage the overall image of the entire nation and country. Plagiarize enterprises, harm the country and enrich yourself. Let’s see, which top laboratories are willing to recruit Chinese students? Is this costly? Short-sighted is the case. When plagiarism becomes a habit, the door to innovation will close itself. Without originality, where does development start? How solid is the foundation for building blind self-confidence in imitation and building an economic edifice in plagiarism? Profit from plagiarism is at the expense of others. More importantly, it is the loss of trust. Modern civilization values ​​contracts, and without the spirit of contract, it is impossible to truly enter a more civilized life. Plagiarizing for profit, closing the door of creation because of plagiarism, closing the door of creation, yet blindly self-confident, on this basis, development can only be extravagant talk.

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