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Articles for March 2018
74 articles found.
BBC News (2018). Tooth of ancient megashark stolen in Australia. BBC News. 13 March.
A French Court Rules That Facebook Was Wrong to Censor Gustave Courbet's Provocative 'Origin of the World'( )
Naomi Rea (2018). A French Court Rules That Facebook Was Wrong to Censor Gustave Courbet's Provocative 'Origin of the World'. ArtNet News. 15 March.
Isaac Kaplan (2018). When Does Painting a Portrait Violate the Subject's Rights?. Artsy. 15 March.
Maraya Cornell (2018). Biggest Fake Native American Art Conspiracy Revealed. National Geographic. 15 March.
Case Against the Alleged Mastermind of a Russian Avant-Garde Forgery Ring Ends With Convictions on a Lesser Charge( )
Henri Neuendorf (2018). Case Against the Alleged Mastermind of a Russian Avant-Garde Forgery Ring Ends With Convictions on a Lesser Charge. ArtNet News. 15 March.
Sam Jones (2018). Salvador Dalí reburied after exhumation for paternity tests. The Guardian. 16 March.
Marylynne Pitz (2018). Who stole 314 items from the Carnegie Library rare books room?. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 19 March.
Aaron Short (2018). The Plight of Museum Guards in New York Museums. Hyperallergic. 20 March.
Daniel Boffey (2018). Belgian police examine claims Russian art show was full of fakes. The Guardian. 20 March.
Javier Pes (2018). London's Leading Museums Face Growing Scrutiny Over Donations Linked to Opioid Crisis. ArtNet News. 21 March.
Ei Ei Thu (2018). Locals have mixed reaction to Bagan's pagoda climbing ban. Myanmar Times. 21 March.
Brendan Weber (2018). $16K Painting Stolen From Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Recovered. NBC. 21 March.
Steve Annear (2018). This Boston company uses augmented reality to view artwork stolen from Gardner Museum. The Boston Globe. 21 March.
Clarity Haynes (2018). I'm a Queer Feminist Artist. Why Are My Paintings Censored on Social Media?. Hyperallergic. 21 March.
Charlotte Callear (2018). £10k lanterns stolen from Staffordshire school turn up in Huddersfield. Express & Star. 21 March.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Cranach portrait stolen almost 80 years ago returns to heirs of Jewish banker. The Art Newspaper. 21 March.
BBC News (2018). Germany returns 3,000-year-old Olmec statues to Mexico. BBC News. 21 March.
Looting at Maya Ruins
Mayas Sin Fronteras (2018). Saqueo en vestigios mayas. Mayas Sin Fronteras. 21 March.
Georgina Adam (2018). Settlement reached in saga over Chinese buyer's unpaid Richter bill. The Art Newspaper. 22 March.
Daniel J. Roth (2018). Syria Accuses Israel of Removing Jewish Artifacts from Damascus Temple. Jerusalem Post. 22 March.
Amy Lacey (2018). Science Museum of Virginia shares info about meteorites following last week's theft. ABC United States. 22 March.
Megan Gillis (2018). Mammoth tusks, illegally taken, return to Canada, 60 years later. Ottawa Citizen. 22 March.
Ahmed Bani Mustafa (2018). Jordan to create anti-smuggling division to protect antiquities. Zawya. 22 March.
Jenn Savedge (2018). Internet rallies to support teen whose rock museum was burglarized. Mother Nature Network. 22 March.
Anadolu Agency (2018). Ancient artifacts in Turkey's Aydın under museum protection. Hurriyet Daily News. 22 March.
AFP (2018). Taiwan samurai sword attacker jailed for 7 years. Channel NewsAsia. 22 March.
Haaretz (2018). Biblical Tomb Raiders in Galilee Sentenced to Jail. Christian News. 22 March.
Jamaica Observer (2018). Gov't moving to protect cultural properties from illicit trading, theft. Jamaica Observer. 22 March.
This Artist Is Suing New York's Largest Museums for Excluding Him. Now, His Day in Court Has Arrived( )
Eileen Kinsella (2018). This Artist Is Suing New York's Largest Museums for Excluding Him. Now, His Day in Court Has Arrived. ArtNet News. 22 March.
LimaOhio.com (2018). Lunar module replica theft still under investigation. LimaOhio.com. 22 March.
Naharnet (2018). Syria Says Saint Maron's Tomb 'Destroyed' in Turkish Raids. Naharnet. 22 March.
Cryptocurrencies, Explained: How Blockchain Technology Could Solve 3 Big Problems Plaguing the Art Industry( )
Tim Schneider (2018). Cryptocurrencies, Explained: How Blockchain Technology Could Solve 3 Big Problems Plaguing the Art Industry. ArtNet News. 22 March.
The Economist (2018). A symbolic struggle over ancient manuscripts. The Economist. 22 March.
The Nation (2018). Ancient Ayutthaya temple damaged by drama-obsessed tourists. The Nation. 22 March.
Social media buzz around TV series on Chinese museums that could highlight country's 1.67 million 'stolen' objects( )
Louise Moon (2018). Social media buzz around TV series on Chinese museums that could highlight country's 1.67 million 'stolen' objects. South China Morning Post. 23 March.
Lydia Pyne (2018). Researcher Makes Controversial Allegation of Archaeological Fraud at Renowned Turkish Site. Hyperallergic. 23 March.
John Banks (2018). 'I lied. I cheated,' says woodworker who fooled antiques experts. The Seattle Times. 23 March.
Elisa Wouk Almino (2018). Brazil Only Has One Jackson Pollock on Public View, and Now It's Being Sold. Hyperallergic. 23 March.
Benjamin Sutton (2018). Anti-Trump Mural Sparks ACLU Lawsuit and Public Art Dispute in New Orleans. Hyperallergic. 23 March.
Xinhua (2018). Spotlight: Libyan archaeological sites threatened by theft and armed conflict. Xinhua. 23 March.
Catherine Edwards (2018). American tourist damaged Pompeii mosaic by shifting tiles 'to get a good photo'. The Local. 23 March.
Kirbie Johnson (2018). How Makeup Artist Vlada Haggerty Is Fighting Image Theft Online. Popsugar. 23 March.
Arkansas Matters (2018). Judge Issac Parker Artifact Stolen from Ft. Smith Museum. Arkansas Matters. 23 March.
Vivianne Rodrigues, Rob Urban (2018). This Startup Is Using Blockchain to Fight Art Forgers. Bloomberg. 23 March.
Paul Daley (2018). 100 years after the battlefield looting, the Shellal mosaic remains controversial. The Guardian. 24 March.
Vanessa Thorpe (2018). High costs and terror fears keep Britons from museums. The Guardian. 24 March.
AKI Press (2018). Mongolia to recover dinosaur fossils from South Korea, France. AKI Press. 24 March.
Rich Johnston (2018). Belgian Police Discover 84 Pages of Stolen Albert Uderzo Art in Forest. Bleeding Cool. 24 March.
Kurt Bayer (2018). Auckland's Lindauer ram-raid a mystery one year on. New Zealand Herald. 25 March.
Interfax Ukraine (2018). Police detain 2 residents of Kyiv on suspicion of stealing bust of Lesya Ukrainka. Kyiv Post. 25 March.
Sarah Cascone (2018). An Instagram-Baiting Museum in Indonesia Is Ripping Off Chris Burden and Yayoi Kusama. ArtNet News. 26 March.
The Ghost of Iraq's Lost Heritage Comes to Trafalgar Square as Michael Rakowitz Unveils His Fourth Plinth Sculpture( )
Naomi Rea (2018). The Ghost of Iraq's Lost Heritage Comes to Trafalgar Square as Michael Rakowitz Unveils His Fourth Plinth Sculpture. ArtNet News. 27 March.
Vincent Noce (2018). Louvre says 'non' to minister's Mona Lisa grand tour. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
Laurie Rojas (2018). Christian Jankowski fills Berlin auction house with 'fakes'. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
Nina Siegal (2018). In the Thorny Questions of Authenticity, Who Decides?. Blouin Artinfo. 27 March.
Xinhua (2018). Egypt retrieves mummy parts smuggled to U.S. over 90 years ago. New China. 27 March.
Xinhua (2018). Greek police recovers Hellenistic-era statue from antiquities smugglers. Xinhua. 27 March.
George Dvorsky (2018). Here's What Protects Shipwrecks From Looters and Hacks. Gizmodo. 27 March.
BBC News (2018). Nelson Mandela's golden hand casts sell for $10m in bitcoin. BBC News. 27 March.
Fleur Launspach (2018). Dutch probe of stolen artefacts delves into colonial history. Al Jazeera. 27 March.
Benjamin Sutton (2018). US Government Can No Longer Fund Official Portrait Paintings. Hyperallergic. 28 March.
UNESCO (2018). UNESCO, EU and art market together ramp up fight against illicit trafficking of cultural objects. UNESCO. 28 March.
Luo Yunzhou (2018). Chinese netizens call for return of stolen ancient bronze vessel set for auction in UK. Global Times. 28 March.
Bethany Freudenthal (2018). Bellstone believed missing is at Kauai Museum. The Garden Island. 28 March.
Carla Herreria (2018). People Want To Know Why Brooklyn Museum's New African Art Curator Is White. Huffington Post. 28 March.
Krystle Sherrell (2018). Fort Smith Museum To Increase Security After Artifact Was Stolen. 5 News. 28 March.
José Ramón Villalba (2018). Recuperan una talla del siglo XVIII robada en una iglesia de Santa Fe. Ideal. 28 March.
Yujing Liu (2018). China probes if ancient bronze vessel to be auctioned in UK was looted. South China Morning Post. 29 March.
Hildebrand Gurlitt's Disputed Henry Moore Will Have a Starring Role in the BBC's Hit Art Detective Series( )
Javier Pes (2018). Hildebrand Gurlitt's Disputed Henry Moore Will Have a Starring Role in the BBC's Hit Art Detective Series. ArtNet News. 29 March.
The world's most expensive painting cost $450 MILLION because two Arab princes bid against each other by mistake and wouldn't back down (but settled by swapping it for a yacht)( )
Ryan Parry (2018). The world's most expensive painting cost $450 MILLION because two Arab princes bid against each other by mistake and wouldn't back down (but settled by swapping it for a yacht). The Daily Mail. 29 March.
Excelsior (2018). Protegen el patrimonio cultural. Excelsior. 29 March.
Neos Kosmos (2018). Three smugglers of precious Hellenic and Roman antiquities arrested. Neos Kosmos. 29 March.
Press Trust of India (2018). TN police begin Palani idol 'theft' case investigation. News Today. 29 March.
Press Trust of India (2018). Inquiry into 'irregularities' in manufacture of temple idols begins. Business Standard. 29 March.