- Report: #1055920
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Complaint Review: Art Wolfe
Art Wolfe520 First Avenue South Seattle, Washington USA
Art Wolfe Art Fraud! Deceptive Business Practices! Outrageous claims of Value Peter Lik knockoff Seattle Washington
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Art Wolfe is partners in Natural Wonders Gallery..they are claiming to be the "Worlds most collectible photography" Fraud Fraud Fraud Fraud this is the biggest lie in the history of Art Fraud....nothing could be further from the truth...their gallery in Palazzo nearly went bankrupt in 2012..and they do very very little business at all..here is their EIN number do the research yourself 27-3932440
Honest business people would actually sell a lot of art at very high prices and have a record of auctiion prices in fine art photography before they would make this outrageous claim to the public. I consulted with their company and found all of them to be liars and backstabbers...Art Wolfe had the nerve to state that Peter Lik pays for his awards...please do the research for yourself...Art Wolfe is a journalistic photographer mainly with books published but very little track record in sales of limited edition photography at all. [continued below]....
I consulted with their business and his partners the crooks Robert Rotella...Rose Rotella and Robert Park and it was the worst business experience of my life.....when I met with them initailly I told them I had a deal for them and told them my salaary requests and my terms verbally and his partners agreed....during the couse of business they broke every covenant with me.....went behind my back and took a lease at 465 West Broadway NY..BEFORE finalizing their deal with me..against my wishes and presence and coopperation.... once they had a lease in hand they broke every covenant of our verbal contracts and stole my consulting and refused to pay my original compenstation...by then I was in a compromised postion because like a fool I trusted them and considered them friends...
I created the deal out of my 20 years of experience in art that led them to have a lease in NY....I gave Art Wolfe the idea to go to remote locations around the world because Peter Lik did not like to travel overseas and that this was Peter Liks achilles heal....I re negotiated their lease with Palazzo Casino in Vegas and saved them 4 million dollars on a ten year lease...and they repaid me by insulting me.....altering the terms and violating every covenant of the original verbal contract...and Robert Park threatened to put me in the hospital in front of the entire staff at their production facility in Vegas ....he had a weapon in hand and four guys threatening me....this is what they do to the people that help them!....
After having my life and well being threatened I took Robert Park aside and slapped the living piss out of him..he is the biggest liar and coward I have ever met in my life....Crooks Crooks Crooks
Do the research and you will see........they have stole every trade secret and industry innovation Peter Lik ever came out with...his frames...his mounting styles...his mulit paneled displays....his mammoth dislplays......
Art Wolfe is insanely jealous of Peter Lik.....Wolfe is basically broke after a lifetime in photgraphy......
he is NOT the worlds most collectible photographer...dont buy from a liar.......and a crook..like him...do your research..don't just listen to me....look for auction and sales records and awards in fine art photography...
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