Artists Accuse Art Mag CEO of Bilking Them Out of Thousands

  • August 03, 2014 17:13

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Based on Broadway, NY Arts Magazine has been accused of bilking artists out of thousands of dollars.
Artists from around the world who paid for publicity and exhibitions offered by Abraham Lubelski, founder, publisher and CEO of NY Arts Magazine, say they've been cheated out of thousands of dollars.

The magazine has reportedly not delivered on their pitch to show and advertise the artists' work and sent an email that it has shut down. Some artists paid about $1,900 for the services and say their artwork is being held at the magazine's gallery.

Lubelski told the NY Post that he is in "domestic turmoil" and can not enter his home-work-gallery space to access records.

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