Monthly Archives: August 2014

3D Printing: A New Dimension for Cultural Property Claims

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At the end of “Small Time Crooks,” Woody Allen’s character Ray attempts to hide his theft of an emerald necklace by replacing it with a paste replica inside the safe he has just cracked. The replica is so convincing, however, … Continue reading

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Copying or Forging?

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This post originally appeared on the Cultural Security Blog. Pei-Shen Qian, a Chinese immigrant living in Queens, NY, has been identified as the “genius” forger of works by such famous 20th century artists as Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, and Willem de … Continue reading

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