‘Panama Papers’ Reveal Art Used in Super-Rich Tax-Dodging

artnet News | Ben Davis:

Just how deeply is the international art market enmeshed with the tax-dodging maneuvers of the super rich? We may be about to find out. The so-called “Panama Papers” are poised to blow a huge hole in the veil of secrecy that has covered the doings of the world’s economic elite… Read more

Image: Dmitry Rybolovlev poses in Paris on September 24, 2015 in front of two allegedly stolen paintings by Pablo Picasso, “Espagnole a l’Eventail” (L) and “Femme se Coiffant”, which he purchased from a Swiss art dealer. Photo credit: Patrick Kovarik/AFP/Getty Images.

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