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- Five Years After California Museum Raids, More Anger Than Indictments
- UPDATED: The Met Returns Two Khmer Statues to Cambodia, Citing Clear Evidence Of Looting
- UPDATED: Latchford’s Footprints in Berlin: A Khmer Ganesh and other loans to the Asian Art Museum
- The Peruvian Connection: Federal Agents Bust Alleged Antiquities Smugglers Network In Utah
- FBI: Ancient Coin Dealer Gantcho Zagorski Indicted on Federal Tax Charges
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- RT @MuseumDirectors: About to hear our keynote address by Mariët Westermann from Mellon Foundation #AAMD13 http://t.co/g5C1xSrJH2 11 hours ago
- Treasure Hunters on the Rise in Sri Lanka fb.me/1pM1bzFri 1 day ago
- FBI: Helly Nahmad used the family art business as a cover to move illicit money fb.me/JyI5zrGe 1 day ago
- Nigeria recovered 60 stolen artifacts from six foreign countries this year fb.me/Jd68Pmu8 1 day ago
- The British Museum displays just 50k of the 7 million objects in its collection. fb.me/1FR3xWprb 1 day ago
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- Protected: Glafira Rosales Is Named in Government Suit – Dealer at Center of Art Scandal Arrested on Tax Charges
- Protected: Looting Matters: Dr Mona Ackerman and Robin Symes
- Protected: BBC News – How the British Museum protects more than seven million objects
- Protected: How A Hartford Wise Guy Got Caught Up In A $500 Million Museum Heist – Courant.com
- Protected: FBI art sleuths hunting down priceless treasures | Nation
- Roman, Byzantine and Other Conflict Antiquities from Syria
- Government Petitions to Dismiss Charges in Korean Currency Case
- U.S. Attorney Files Complaint to Forfeit Peruvian Artifacts Seized at Miami International Airport
- "Claimants Deny Knowledge," Affirmative Defenses Raised in Sotheby's Cambodian Sculpture Case
- It's Time to Talk About Repatriation Options for the Private Collector
- One Lot of Smuggled Dug-up Ancient Coins from Bulgaria off the US not be "Surfacing" on the US Market, but what of the Importer?
- Focus on UK Metal Detecting, With "Friends" like these, 'the Detectorist that Never Was'
- Nowhere Safe as Treasure Hunters Plunder Heritage Sites 'for Profit'
- Looting at Antinopolis
- Rabid Arguments in US Antiquity Collecting
- Have you done free archaeology (or irrelevant labour) on workfare? Do you know someone who has? Out the ‘employers’!
- Syria: antiquities-for-arms trade – Sky News interview
- free archaeology: institutionalised exploitation in the museum sector
- free archaeology: precarisation, privatisation, austerity and workfare in the Big Society
- Syria: ‘Men With Guns’ in the antiquities-for-arms trade
- Padma Kaimal, author of "Scattered Goddesses: Travels with the Yoginis" traveled to museums to study the legacy from a lost temple in South IndiaKait Murphy (ARCA '11) in front of 10th century Kanchipuram yoginiat the Sackler Galleries of Art inWashington D.C. Kait Murphy (ARCA 2011) interviews Padma Kaimal, the Author of “Scattered Goddesses: Travels with the Yoginis” which examines the cultural history, theft, and reunion of South Indian temple sculptures. What happens to sacred objects lost […]
- Scottish Museums Close Tomorrow Morning as Part of a Three-Day Strike for Better Pay & PensionsLast month the Louvre staff protested against pickpockets (following a series of strikes in 1999 and 2009 against reductions in staff). This month, the staff of two Edinburgh museums will begin a three-day strike tomorrow for better pay and better pensions, reports The Scotsman: THE National Museum of Scotland and National War Museum will be closed until lun […]
- Decanter.com's John Stimpfig spotlights "The Wine Forger's Handbook" by wine journalist Stuart George and ARCA Founder Noah CharneyWine connoisseur John Stimpfig spotlights the The Wine Forger's Handbook by wine journalist Stuart George and ARCA Founder Noah Charney in Decanter.com, the online publication of the international wine magazine: The slim volume gives a short history of forgery and fraud in the wine world, before going on to detail two short case studies covering two of […]
- The Missing Piece: Mona Lisa, Her thief, The True Story Headed to Denver Art Museum this Friday and to the Biografilm Festival in Bologna in JuneThe Missing Piece: Mona Lisa, Her Thief, The True Story, the documentary about the 1911 theft of Leonardo da Vinci's now famous portrait of Lisa Gherardini del Giocondo from the Louvre, premiered in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hills Film Festival on Saturday, May 11. "We were thrilled to have The Missing Piece screen at Grauman's Chinese Theate […]
- Boston Globe's Todd Wallack on "Prized stolen art frequently resurfaces after decades"John Singleton Copley (1738-1815)Painting of William Ponsonby,Second Earl of Bessborough, 1790 The Boston Globe's Todd Wallack points to the increased chance of recovery stolen art years after the theft in "Prized stolen art frequently resurfaces after decades" (May 10, 2013). Wallack recounts the recovery of John Singleton Copley's portr […]
- Padma Kaimal, author of "Scattered Goddesses: Travels with the Yoginis" traveled to museums to study the legacy from a lost temple in South India
- Governing without a state: The stakes for archaeological heritage
- Welcome, America, to the world collectors have made, in which no cultural patrimony is safe from looting, not even that of white Southerners
- On the UN's New Campaign to Educate Tourists Not to Buy Dodgy Antiquities
- Economics of Looting: The Costs of Production
- Are We Barking Up the Wrong Tree?
- Free admission & special events for International Museums Day
- Anthony Horowitz expresses his support for the return of the Parthenon Marbles
- Does the New Acropolis Museum in Athens encompass successfully the archaeological and ancient past?
- 71 Native American Hopi & Zuni masks to be auctioned in Paris despite protests
- The British museum, Free admission & the Parthenon Marbles
- Thomas Messer, 93, Guggenheim’s Rock-Solid Director
- Special Events: Why I’ve Stopped Writing (for now)
- Expansion Derailed: Peabody Essex Terminates Relationship with the Late Rick Mather’s Firm
- Benny Andrews Rediscovered: Holland Cotter (and my) Appreciation of Michael Rosenfeld’s Retrospective
- Diller Scofidio + Renfro May Keep Folk Art Building in Designing MoMA’s New Galleries
- Mum’s the word: Should we alert art thieves to the value of their haul?
- Bacon slicer brings screaming pope to auction
- Lines on the Goulandris family art feud (or 'Aspasia and the Pot of Basil')
- European Commission Vice President seeks legislation to strengthen demands for restitution of “national treasures.”
- Courbet's Origin of the World: a field day for psychoanalysts
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