McEnroe’s forays into art investing didn’t always take such a profitable turn. In fact, it proved far more troublesome than Warhol’s Polaroid-stalking. He details the turmoil that buying paintings through Larry Salander brought him. In 2004 Salander helped him invest in two paintings by Arshile Gorky, Pirate I and Pirate II—or so he thought. Without McEnroe’s permission, Salander wentContinue reading “John McEnroe Duped in an $88M Scam in the Art World”
Hall was tricked by a mother-and-son team of master manipulators, but justice was served last week – in Concord, of all places – when a jury ordered Nikolas Gascard and mom Lorettann Gascard to pay Hall about $500,000 for selling him forged paintings.