Center for Art Law

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F is for Fake

Fun fact, forgeries are everywhere. They pop up at auction and get sold through private sales, they are lingering in private collections and decorating walls of the encyclopedic museums. They are in the news and in the movies. They are a product of supply and demand lines and have the power of making a deceased artists to have increasing body of works. Join us for an art law program Aaron H. Crowell, Partner with Clarick Gueron Reisbaum LLP, who represented plaintiffs in trial against the Knoedler Gallery. Mr. Crowell will discuss "F for Fake" in the context of the cyclical patterns of supply and demand that result in creating of art forgeries. Our moderator, and author of the o

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