“Caveat Emptor” should be your slogan when it comes to buying artworks by contemporary artists on the “secondary market,” or so a recent legal filing reminds us. New York collector Joseph Goldsmith
is suing dealers Robert Durant
and Lee Charlton Scott
for selling him $950,000 worth of artworks by Jean-Michel Basquiat
, Keith Haring
and Andy Warhol
, which he now believes are fakes.