Country: Brazil

National Museum in Rio starts rebuilding efforts with temporary exhibitions

(Brazil)

Gabriella Angeleti (2018). National Museum in Rio starts rebuilding efforts with temporary exhibitions. The Art Newspaper. 1 October.

Indiana Jones and the relics of Brazil

(Brazil)

Senay Boztas (2018). Indiana Jones and the relics of Brazil. The Guardian. 13 September.

Rare Pacific Northwest artifacts lost in Brazil museum fire

(Brazil; Canada)

Tiffany Crawford (2018). Rare Pacific Northwest artifacts lost in Brazil museum fire. Vancouver SUn. 6 September.

Lesson from Brazil: Museums are not forever

(Brazil)

Chip Colwell (2018). Lesson from Brazil: Museums are not forever. The Conversation. 6 September.

Brazil museum fire: 'incalculable' loss as 200-year-old Rio institution gutted

(Brazil)

Dom Phillips (2018). Brazil museum fire: 'incalculable' loss as 200-year-old Rio institution gutted. The Guardian. 3 September.

Brazil Only Has One Jackson Pollock on Public View, and Now It's Being Sold

(Brazil)

Elisa Wouk Almino (2018). Brazil Only Has One Jackson Pollock on Public View, and Now It's Being Sold. Hyperallergic. 23 March.

US returns 95 works from money laundering banker's collection to Brazil

(Brazil; United States of America)

James H. Miller (2017). US returns 95 works from money laundering banker's collection to Brazil. The Art Newspaper. 12 October.

'Free Our Sacred' Campaign Calls for the Liberation of Sacred Afro-Brazilian Objects

(Brazil)

Lisa Hollenbach (2017). 'Free Our Sacred' Campaign Calls for the Liberation of Sacred Afro-Brazilian Objects. Rioonwatch. 6 September.

Lygia Pape's Daughter Sues Electronics Giant LG for Copyright Infringement

(United States of America; Brazil)

Benjamin Sutton (2017). Lygia Pape's Daughter Sues Electronics Giant LG for Copyright Infringement. Hyperallergic. 27 July.

Did LG Steal from Brazilian Artist Lygia Pape to Promote a Cell Phone? You Be the Judge

(Brazil)

Henri Neuendorf (2017). Did LG Steal from Brazilian Artist Lygia Pape to Promote a Cell Phone? You Be the Judge. ArtNet News. 20 July.

Brazil suffers biggest rare book heist in national history

(Brazil)

Plus55 (2017). Brazil suffers biggest rare book heist in national history. Plus55. 1 May.

The $20 Million Heist at the Biggest Party in the World

(Brazil)

Allison McNearney (2017). The $20 Million Heist at the Biggest Party in the World. The Daily Beast. 26 February.

Israeli paintings stolen in Brazil

(Brazil; Israel)

Arutz Sheva (2017). Israeli paintings stolen in Brazil. Arutz Sheva. 26 January.

Public art cancelled in Rio due to cultural budget cuts

(Brazil)

Gabriella Angeleti (2016). Public art cancelled in Rio due to cultural budget cuts. The Art Newspaper. 3 August.

Brazil's Museum of Stolen Beauty

(Brazil)

Mac Margolis (2016). Brazil's Museum of Stolen Beauty. Bloomberg. 22 July.

Brazil: Fire engulfs Portuguese language museum in Sao Paulo, one killed

(Brazil)

International Business Times (2015). Brazil: Fire engulfs Portuguese language museum in Sao Paulo, one killed. International Business Times. 22 December.

Four-legged snake fossil sparks legal investigation

(Brazil; Germany)

Anastasia Christakou (2015). Four-legged snake fossil sparks legal investigation. Nature. 4 August.

Brazil Would Like Its Four Legged Snake Fossil Back

(Brazil)

Maddie Stone (2015). Brazil Would Like Its Four Legged Snake Fossil Back. Gizmodo. 4 August.

US judge halts release of massive Brazilian emerald

(United States of America; Brazil)

Stephen Ceasar (2015). US judge halts release of massive Brazilian emerald. The Sydney Morning Herald. 26 June.

Obras de arte de ex-dono do Banco Santos são trazidas de volta ao Brasil

(Brazil; United States of America)

Art belonging to ex owner of Banco Santos returned to Brazil

Globo (2015). Obras de arte de ex-dono do Banco Santos são trazidas de volta ao Brasil. Globo. 18 June.

Brazil clamps down on illegal fossil trade

(Brazil)

Elizabeth Gibney (2014). Brazil clamps down on illegal fossil trade. Nature. 4 March.

Stolen Picasso recovered undamaged in Brazil

(Brazil)

Tom Phillips (2008). Stolen Picasso recovered undamaged in Brazil. The Guardian. 10 January.