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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Damien Hirst
A Miami pastor was sentenced Monday to six months in jail for peddling bogus examples of some of British artist Damien Hirst's signature paintings.
A Miami pastor was convicted Tuesday of trying to cash in on counterfeit artworks that mimicked valuable pieces by British art luminary Damien Hirst.
A Miami pastor knowingly peddled phony examples of some of British art star Damien Hirst's signature themes, prosecutors said in summing up his trial Monday, but the defense claims he was just an art-market novice who couldn't read red flags about the pieces' authenticity.
There are pickled sharks and polka dots, cigarette butts, flies and butterflies.
Britain's White Cube gallery, known as an early champion of provocative British artists Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, launched its Hong Kong branch on Thursday, becoming the latest Western gallery to open an Asian outpost in pursuit of China's booming art market.
A part-time art dealer who unwittingly bought bogus Damien Hirst prints from a California fraudster created his own legal problems by doctoring appraisals as he resold them, authorities and his lawyer said.
An exhibition featuring hundreds of British artist Damien Hirst's color spot paintings is opening simultaneously at Gagosian Gallery's 11 locations around the world.
Two of Britain's art superstars are squabbling about whether it's acceptable to use assistants to create works of art.
He said he also believed their authenticity was guaranteed when he bought them from Vincent Lopreto, an admitted art scammer who testified against him.
'What you do is not art, mate.'