The Knoedler fake trial begins today, and everyone is anxious to see how it is going to turn out.

The entire case will be revolved around this question: should the buyers of a fake work (in this occurrence: Mark Rothko) have done more researches to find out if they were buying a genuine work, or should the gallery be expected to make sure the work was genuine first?

Who will be blamed for it?

It is obvious, at least for me, that the gallery should be assuming the responsibility.  Read more about the case: Knoedler fakes trial could be a game-changer for the art market