Biro sues more people

December 13 2011

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Picture: Steve Pyke

The art investigator Peter Biro (above) has widened his attempt to sue The New Yorker for defamation. In July 2010 David Grann published an article in the magazine (which is still online) about Biro's work finding fingerprints in artworks from across the centuries, from Leonardo to Jackson Pollock. To save me from being sued, I shal just say it didn't make for happy reading for Mr Biro. He sued, and has now added a host of other publications to the roster for repeating Grann's conclusions. 

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