CURRENT PROJECTS

Winterthur Museum

Exhibition will present great fakes & explain the science behind detecting them

A new dimension in responsible reproductions

The art world’s first 3D museum printing program

Palette Analysis

Research into the methods and materials of infamous forger Elmyr de Hory

Art Fraud Insights, LLC is committed to educational outreach on the topics of art forgery, cultural heritage crimes, and the emerging role of forensic science in the attribution process

News and Noteworthy

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Auctioneers buy into forensics to expose the fakes and frauds

Feb 6,2017 | artfraud | Comments 0

Colette Loll, Founder and Director of Art Fraud Insights is quoted in the February issue of The Art Newspaper on how forensic science is being used by auction houses. The establishment of the first in-house scientific research department at a major auction house “is indicative of where the market is going”, says Colette Loll, the […]

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How to Tell If a Painting Is Worth a Million Dollars, or Just a Fake

Apr 13,2016 | artfraud | Comments 0

Colette Loll, Founder and Director of Art Fraud Insights tells Cathy Alter how she relies on a keen eye to expose forgeries in the art world for the April issue of of Oprah Magazine. Read the full article here.  

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Pollock and the Polar Bear

Feb 6,2016 | artfraud | Comments 0

Blouin Art+Auction Magazine February 2016 issue shares the historical findings of Jackson Pollock’s long disputed final work, Untitled (Red, Black and Silver). Read the full article below.

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