Noah Charney

Noah Charney is a Salon arts columnist and professor specializing in art crime, and author of "The Art of Forgery" (Phaidon).

Never forget David Bowie masterminded "the biggest art hoax in history" Noah Charney
Lessons from the Museum of the Bible's fake Dead Sea Scrolls: How not to buy looted antiquities Noah Charney
Why Banksy's self-destructing "Girl With Balloon" is worth even more shredded Noah Charney
Inside the Vasari Corridor, where Medici feet once trod Noah Charney
Damien Hirst and the specific thrills of the mockumentary Noah Charney
From "Soviet Santa" to red-faced devils: Choose your own Christmas adventure Noah Charney
Western art's debt to the Islamic world Noah Charney
The art of the fake: Forgers are the art world's antiheroes Noah Charney
Lincoln's spy: How Pinkerton laid the foundation for the CIA and FBI Noah Charney
The wild, made-for-TV story of criminology's first secret agent Noah Charney
Don't judge a building by its walls: Architecture is about space, and how it feels Noah Charney
Finding Cézanne in "Goodnight Moon" Noah Charney
Where our Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle theory of great art comes from Noah Charney
Hugh Hefner, Playboy and the art history of naked ladies Noah Charney
The myth of the art thief: It's not a gentleman's crime Noah Charney