There Are No Fakes

Described Video:
When musician Kevin Hearn buys a painting by the world's first Indigenous art star, Norval Morrisseau, doubts about its authenticity raises controversial questions about authorship and ownership. There Are No Fakes traces the provenance of Hearn's painting, unraveling a complex, stranger-than-fiction tale that leads to a lucrative art forgery ring in Thunder Bay. Viewer discretion is advised.
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Jan 10, 2022
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