Dealer says collector supplied fake Malevich drawings

Burns, Charlotte
May 2012
Art Newspaper;May2012, Issue 235, p6
The article discusses a legal dispute between Russian art dealer Gary Tatintsian and artist Lew Nussberg, including claims that Nussberg lied about the provenance of artworks and assisted in the forgery of drawings by Kazimir Malevich, as well as claims that Tatintsian failed to pay Nussberg. INSET: Three years of twists and turns….


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