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The most successful art con of all times
The most successful art con of all times

We’re obsessed with the romance of the art con – so much so, in fact, that a handful of art forgers have captured public attention over the last decade. Here, we look at some of the world's most compelling stories.

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Swoon
Swoon

Pratt Institute alumna Caledonia Curry creates large-scale paper cut outs and prints from recycled newspaper in her Brooklyn studio, with much of her work depicting her family and friends in imagined cityscapes. Originally pasting them all onto the streets of New York with glue, she now prefers a mix of street and gallery work, as she hates the idea of everything disappearing. In 2014, Swoon became the first living street artist to show at the newly-opened Brooklyn Museum.

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On My Knees
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Style Variation 3 (High Top)
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Margate Batman
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Margate Batman
£6,000
Toothbrush
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Nancy Fouts
Toothbrush
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