Tuesday, September 16, 2014
 

How Does Hollywood Get Away With Making Fakes

Vermeer, "Girl with Pearl Earring."

Vermeer, “Girl with Pearl Earring.”

They work with artists, estates (Pollock, Picasso, Basquiat), and lawyers, waiting to get the go-ahead, as well as providing video-documentation that once done with the “fake” works, the film company has destroyed the “fake” work. But outsourcing out to China has not fared so well.

Via Artnet.

 

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