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Ann Freedman Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Dating, Bio, Facts

Ann is an American personality known for being the former director of Knoedler and Company art gallery. The art gallery is the oldest private in all of New York City and considered one of the best galleries in all of America.

However, Freedman’s stint came to a screeching halt amid increasing concern that many of the artworks that she sold were fakes that were forged in the styles of famed painters such as Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko.

From the year 1994 until 2009, she sold around $80 million worth of bogus artwork. This tale was highlighted in Netflix’s documentary, Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art.

Ann Freedman Parents And Husband: Is She Married?

Ann Freedman has not disclosed her family details to the media and public as of now. Hence, her parent’s name and their respective background are unknown as of now.

Similarly, Freedman’s husband and children’s information remain a mystery as of now.

Ann Freedman Age: How Old Is She?

The former director ofKnoedler and Company art gallery’ Ann’s age has not been documented thus far. But we assumed that she might in her mid-50s. Moving on, Ann Freedman’s Wikipedia and bio has not been covered by the online sites on the internet. As such, there is not much information about her early life.

Likewise, her educational qualifications are also kept hidden by her. Furthermore, she seems to keep a low social media profile as Ann does not have an official Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts made in her name.

 Where Is She Now?

In spite of being dragged into such a high-profile art scandal, Freedman is still in the art world. She opened her very own art gallery, called FreedmanArt in Manhattan’s Upper East Side established in 2011. 

Freedman’s name is mentioned at the top of the gallery’s current staff. The gallery’s latest exhibition appears to have been a Fall/Winter Exhibition which took place from 2019 to 2020.

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