New Lawsuit Over Works of Robert Indiana Sheds Light on Artist’s Last Years

May 23rd, 2018

A recent lawsuit over the works of the late Robert Indiana has shed a light on the recent absence of the artist’s work from the art world, claiming that a caretaker had shielded the artist while reproducing his works.  “They have isolated Indiana from his friends and supporters, forged some of Indiana’s most recognizable works, exhibited the fraudulent works in museums, and sold the fraudulent works to unsuspecting collectors,” a lawsuit filed last week by Morgan Art Foundation Ltd. in Federal District Court in Manhattan reads.

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