The Fake Art Industry Is Booming Online

If you are in the business of selling fake art online, this is truly a golden age.

It’s especially true if you are selling images attributed to famous artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, or Jean-Michel Basquiat, because in 2012, both the Basquiat Estate and the Keith Haring Foundation stopped authenticating works. To make matters more complicated, the Andy Warhol Foundation’s long-standing policy, according to a spokesperson, is that it “[does not] offer opinions on works of art purported to be by Andy Warhol.”

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@peepso_user_22(Jay Zerbe)
well, the only thing I didn't find upsetting about this was that I learned where I could print my paintings on a T-shirt.
2 months ago
@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson)
Maybe its best not to be a famous artist since everyone will be using your art to make a buck.
@peepso_user_22(Jay Zerbe)
@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson) lol!

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