One of the biggest international news stories of 2013, and the most shocking scandal in the art world in recent history was, undoubtedly, the forgery lawsuit at Knoedler & Company (Knoedler) gallery in New York City. In 2011, Knoedler, the oldest commercial art gallery in New York, suddenly closed after more than 165 years in business. We now know the closure was the result of a complaint from London-based hedge fund manager, Pierre Lagrange, who bought a “Jackson ...

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