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A Station Casinos exec purchased a fake Mark Rothko ten years ago and recently settled a related lawsuit.

Should Las Vegas create a museum of fake art?

April 20th, 2017

A Station Casinos exec purchased a fake Mark Rothko ten years ago and recently settled a related lawsuit.

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