Women level claims of sexual harassment against top UK art dealer

Anthony d’Offay, donor of a multi-million pound collection to the nation, denies historical allegations over behaviourAnthony d’Offay, one of the most powerful figures in the contemporary British art world, is facing allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour from three women with whom he has worked.The 78-year-old dealer created the Artists Rooms project after donating much of his multi-million-pound collection to the Tate 10 years ago. The Observer has also established that police are investigating d’Offay after receiving a complaint from a young woman that he sent her malicious messages. Continue reading...

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