Art dealer Mary Boone released from prison thanks to coronavirus pandemic

 Mary Boone, miage courtesy AP

Via The New York Post:

Infamous art dealer Mary Boone is a free woman, according to
 ArtNet’s gossip column, Wet Paint.

It reports that Boone — who was sentenced in 2018 to 30 months in jail for tax evasion — has been released after serving just 13 months in prison in Danbury, Connecticut, because of the pandemic. Apparently Boone, a once almighty dealer who worked with Jean Michel Basquiat, Julian Schnabel and Roy Lichtenstein, among others, is now in a Brooklyn halfway house, awaiting final release. read full article here


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