Federal judge orders final arguments without concluding Michele Vasarely’s testimony

Federal judge orders final arguments without concluding Michele Vasarely’s testimony

A federal judge ordered that final arguments be carried out on what should happen with 112 works by the considered “father of optical art” Victor Vasarely, occupied in San Juan, without the testimony of his daughter-in-law, Michele Vasarely, having finished.

The judge’s determination Maria Antongiorgi Jordan was issued last week, after Michele Vasarely’s lawyers informed the court about her health condition.

Victor Vasarely’s daughter-in-law, 83 years old, had begun to testify to questions from her lawyer during a hearing on February 28. She testified for just over an hour, to questions from his lawyer, Carlos Andreu Collazo, about his background in France and how he met Victor Vasarely and Jean Pierre Vasarely, known artistically as Yvaral Vasarely.

However, before she could be cross-examined by federal prosecutors, Michele Vasarely reported an apparent health mishap that prevented her from concluding her testimony.

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