Anna Delvey Has Reportedly Not Paid Organizer For Managing Her Artwork Present

Picture through Anna Delvey


Anna “Delvey” Sorokin, the faux heiress who duped her means into the prolific social circles of New York, has but to tug her last act as she is now claimed to owe artist Julia Morrison US$8,000 for organizing her artwork present.


The occasion was held within the Decrease East Aspect of New York Metropolis in March of this 12 months. Named Free Anna, the exhibition showcased artworks produced by 15 artists, together with Sorokin herself with work she had finished whereas in jail. 


Morrison discovered inspiration within the lifetime of Sorokin after her mom, too, discovered herself detained by the ICE and she or he says that she solely ever needed to see the great in folks. Sadly, that good religion appears to have been taken benefit of by the well-known scammer.


Morrison additionally claims that Sorokin has since blocked her quantity after being requested to be refunded on bills spent on the framing, scanning, and t-shirts made for the exhibition. 


Alfredo Martinez, an affiliate of Sorokin who co-curated the present, assures that Morrison will receives a commission in due time. Nevertheless, phrase from Sorokin’s spokesperson, per the New York Post, signifies that Sorokin was not accountable for the bills Morrison spent on the exhibit. The spokesperson additionally went on to say that Sorokin didn’t promise Morrison any cash and that her claims had been baseless. 


Morrison can be being lower out of one other Anna Delvey artwork venture referred to as Allegedly that was held by artwork seller Chris Martine, who additionally represents Martinez and Sorokin. She says she was promised a lower of the earnings from the present however has since been met with silence when reaching out to Martine.




[via New York Post and The Art Newspaper, cover image via Anna Delvey]