Session I, Tuesday, 8 February 2022⋅7:00 – 9:00pm CET (1:00 – 3:00pm EST)
Session II, Tuesday, 15 February 2022⋅7:00 – 9:00pm CET (1:00 – 3:00pm EST)
Session III, Tuesday, 22 February 2022⋅⋅7:00 – 9:00pm CET (1:00 – 3:00pm EST)
Zoom links for the first scheduled session will be sent out to all registered participants within 48 hours of registration.
Would you recognise a shocking forgery? Do you know who the most famous art forgers are? How were they caught. and how long did they spend in jail?
This six-hour, low participant-to-instructor ratio, eCourse will illustrate how fakes and forgeries fall into their own individual category in the study of art crime, as the methodology, deceit and dupery of criminal forgers differs considerably from that of other criminals involved in art theft and antiquities looting.
Key concepts covered include:
➣ An examination of how forgers operate.
➣ How forgers are caught.
➣ Fascinating case studies, often as entertaining as they are interesting,
Participants will come away with a deep immersion into the methods of master forgers, but also into their minds.
Dr Noah Charney is a best-selling author, columnist, TV presenter and the founder of ARCA, the Association for Research into Crimes against Art . As a journalist he contributes regularly to The Guardian, the Daily Beast, Atlantic, Salon, The Art Newspaper, The Washington Post, and Esquire. His first novel, The Art Thief (Atria 2007), was translated into seventeen languages and was a best-seller in five countries. A complete list of the books he has published can be viewed here.