On the Case: The Real Deal on Authenticity

We need a solution that won’t have a chilling effect on the market.

Our previous article for artnet News concluded with the observation that it is the market—and not the legal system—that decides whose opinion matters in determining whether an artwork is authentic. By “the market,” we meant, of course, that ever-shifting invisible web of transactions occurring every day among art dealers, auction houses, and others. Continue reading “On the Case: The Real Deal on Authenticity”