Disputed Pollock Works to Make Debut

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In 2005, 32 previously unknown paintings believed to be the work of Jackson Pollock were found in a storage locker. The foundation that represents Pollock's estate has cast doubt on their authenticity, but the paintings are going on public display in Boston.

Abigail Beshkin reports for member station WBUR in Boston.



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