Terrible news from the art world:
The authenticity of three paintings attributed to Jackson Pollock has been called into question by anaylsis of the pigments in the paint.
According to experts from the Harvard University Art Museums in Boston, Massachusetts, some pigments in the paint only became available long after the U.S. abstract 'drip'-painting master died in a car crash in 1956.
A question: Why would anybody care? You could gather up every single piece of abstract art in the world and throw it in the Grand Canyon, and only the Grand Canyon would suffer.