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Photography Mystery: US Seizes 2,200 Pieces Of Artwork From Owner Philip Rivkin
Stunning story from Huffington Post, info posted by Otto. Thank you!
otto - Tuesday 16 April 2013 12:56
In this history there are also more than 200 photographs ACJ (from nea?)
the list of works can be useful to define some names and attributions
historicalzg - Wednesday 17 April 2013 15:55
@ otto : This is stunning info, Otto, thank you! Wow, what a story. So the pdf lists all photos that were seized? If that's the case, it does look like the ACJ photos came from the ACJ Estate auctions (from subject of photos and names).
These photos and lots are definitely from the first ACJ NEA auction. Looks like maybe the "Mysterious Man in Blue" who was buying up all the photos and lots was involved in this scheme (?) Would be super to find out and to find out what will be done with the seized items.
Thanks, so interesting!
- Green Diesel, Exhibit A - Schedule of Seized Artwork 1
- Green Diesel, Exhibit A - Schedule of Seized Artwork 2
- Green Diesel, Exhibit A - Schedule of Seized Artwork 3
- Green Diesel, Exhibit A - Schedule of Seized Artwork 4
- Green Diesel, Exhibit A - Schedule of Seized Artwork 5
- Green Diesel, Exhibit A - Schedule of Seized Artwork 6