Visual Arts | Australia



In 2016 two Victorian men, art restorer Mohamed Aman Siddique, and art dealer Peter Stanley Gant, were convicted of creating and selling fake “Brett Whiteley” paintings for millions of dollars. A year later, theywere sensationally acquitted, and the paintings returned to their owners.

Why? Learn about the biggest case of alleged art fraud to come before the Australian criminal justice system in this panel discussion with journalist and author of Whiteley on Trial, Gabriella Coslovich, lawyer Tom Gyorffy QC, MONA senior curator Jane Clark and contemporary artist Jud Wimhurst.

Moderated by journalist Stephen Feneley.