In the Trial of Alleged Art-World Scammer Anna Delvey, a Former Vanity Fair Editor Recounts Being Conned in the Luxury Trip From Hell

A lavish trip to Morocco ended in disaster for Rachel Williams who was left with $60,000 in debt

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As ‘Serial Plaintiffs’ Target Art Gallery Websites for Disability Act Violations, Some Dealers Are Settling—or Scrambling to Get Up to Code

More than 100 lawsuits have been filed against New York City galleries in recent times.

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A Donor Removed the Portland Museum From Her Will Just Before Her Death. Now, the Museum Is Suing Her Caretaker

While issues like this aren’t uncommon, a museum taking legal action to resolve them is.

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Anna Delvey Tried to Con Bankers Into Lending Her Millions of Dollars to Open an Art Foundation, Witnesses Say

The purported art foundation has become a major focus of the ongoing criminal case.

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In an Effort to Fight Money Laundering, the EU Parliament Wants to Scrap the Freeport System Beloved by Billionaire Art Collectors

The recommendations comes after a yearlong investigation into financial crime.

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London Dealer Mark Weiss Pays Sotheby’s $4.2 Million to Settle a Dispute Over an Allegedly Fake Frans Hals

The purported Hals came from French dealer Guiliano Ruffini, who has sold numerous Old Masters that turned out to be fake.

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The French Government Is Launching a Task Force Dedicated to Researching and Returning Nazi-Era Loot From Its National Collections

The new office will try to return thousands of items stolen by Germany during the war.

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‘Morally, Harvard Has No Grounds’: Inside the Explosive Lawsuit That Accuses the University of Profiting From Images of Slavery

We asked legal experts and art historians to weigh in on the groundbreaking lawsuit.

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MoMA PS1 Settles With Curator Who Accused the Museum of Pregnancy Discrimination

Nikki Columbus accused the museum’s chief curator Peter Eleey and former director Klaus Biesenbach of rescinding a job offer after learning she’d recently given birth.

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