Art dealer, foundation reach agreement in Robert Indiana case

The Robert Indiana art fraud case turned toward resolution with the announcement of a new binding agreement between the late artist’s longtime representative, which sued the artist out of concern he was allowing fake artwork to be made in his name, and the Maine-based nonprofit that will carry forward his legacy.

The agreement, which was filed in federal court in New York on Monday, was negotiated by the Morgan Art Foundation, the Star of Hope Foundation and the Maine Attorney General’s Office, and signals a new united legal front in the ongoing litigation over the rights to Indiana’s artwork and […]

Source: www.sunjournal.com

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