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Articles for April 2018

57 articles found.

DNA evidence connects Cold Lake prolific offender with theft of art

(United States of America)

KellyAnne Riess (2018). DNA evidence connects Cold Lake prolific offender with theft of art. Cold Lake Sun. 1 April.

Oxford will not reconsider Sackler donations despite opioid link

(United Kingdom)

Libby Cherry (2018). Oxford will not reconsider Sackler donations despite opioid link. Cherwell. 2 April.

A man accused of stealing a gold bar from Keys museum has a dark past, feds say

(United States of America)

Gwen Filosa (2018). A man accused of stealing a gold bar from Keys museum has a dark past, feds say. Miami Herald. 2 April.

Native American artifacts recovered, police say

(United States of America)

Jim Schultz (2018). Native American artifacts recovered, police say. Record Searchlight. 2 April.

Sabha's historic castle hit with rockets as tribal tension continues

(Libya)

Safa Alharathy (2018). Sabha's historic castle hit with rockets as tribal tension continues. The Libya Observer. 2 April.

Art of the theft: Book illustrates Boston museum heist

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2018). Art of the theft: Book illustrates Boston museum heist. WTOP. 2 April.

Looted Ethiopian treasures in UK could be returned on loan

(Ethiopia; United Kingdom)

Mark Brown (2018). Looted Ethiopian treasures in UK could be returned on loan. The Guardian. 3 April.

1,000-year-old Apsara to Return Home from US

(India)

Archana Jyoti (2018). 1,000-year-old Apsara to Return Home from US. The Pioneer. 3 April.

'Priceless' paintings slashed inside town hall after gang 'failed to find any cash'

(United Kingdom)

Jimmy Nsubuga (2018). 'Priceless' paintings slashed inside town hall after gang 'failed to find any cash'. Metro. 3 April.

Security stepped up ahead of Dame Kiri art auction

(New Zealand)

Sophia Duckor-Jones (2018). Security stepped up ahead of Dame Kiri art auction. Radio New Zealand. 3 April.

German couple nabbed with antiquities, replica workshop

(Greece)

eKathimerini (2018). German couple nabbed with antiquities, replica workshop. eKathimerini. 3 April.

'I've Regained a Part of My Family': Unusual Swiss Restitution Case Brings John Constable Painting Home to Heirs in France

(Switzerland)

John S. Friedman, Kathleen Friedman (2018). 'I've Regained a Part of My Family': Unusual Swiss Restitution Case Brings John Constable Painting Home to Heirs in France. Art News. 3 April.

Report lashes France's 'lack of ambition' to return looted Jewish art

(France)

Antoine Froidefond (2018). Report lashes France's 'lack of ambition' to return looted Jewish art. The Times of Israel. 3 April.

The Decades-Long Dispute Over Artwork Owned by Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos Is Going to Trial

(Philippines)

Eileen Kinsella (2018). The Decades-Long Dispute Over Artwork Owned by Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos Is Going to Trial. ArtNet News. 3 April.

Palani Temple Case Transferred Out Of Idol Wing

(India)

Swarajya Magazine (2018). Palani Temple Case Transferred Out Of Idol Wing. Swarajya Magazine. 3 April.

Carnegie Library warned in 1991 to move rare books to libraries with tighter security, better climate control – but never did

(United States of America)

Marylynne Pitz (2018). Carnegie Library warned in 1991 to move rare books to libraries with tighter security, better climate control – but never did. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 4 April.

Cleaners accidentally throw away Swiss artist's 'Unhappy Meal' sculpture

(Hong Kong)

George Mills (2018). Cleaners accidentally throw away Swiss artist's 'Unhappy Meal' sculpture. The Local. 4 April.

Lawyer: Guantanamo Bay detainee has right to make, show art

(United States of America)

Deepti Hajela (2018). Lawyer: Guantanamo Bay detainee has right to make, show art. Fox News. 4 April.

Thieves scale scaffolding to steal lead at Allerton Park

(United Kingdom)

Mike Laycock (2018). Thieves scale scaffolding to steal lead at Allerton Park. The Press. 4 April.

Art Stolen by Nazis must be Returned to Holocaust Victim's Heirs 80 Years Later, Court Rules

(United States of America)

Damien Sharkov (2018). Art Stolen by Nazis must be Returned to Holocaust Victim's Heirs 80 Years Later, Court Rules. Newsweek. 4 April.

Bookseller who stole signed Harry Potter book worth £1,675 avoids jail sentence

(United Kingdom)

Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter (2018). Bookseller who stole signed Harry Potter book worth £1,675 avoids jail sentence. Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter. 4 April.

How to Tell if your Artwork is Fake

(General)

Mutual Art (2018). How to Tell if your Artwork is Fake. Mutual Art. 4 April.

Stolen idols returned to Nepal

(Nepal; United States of America)

The Himalayan Times (2018). Stolen idols returned to Nepal. The Himalayan Times. 4 April.

Missing artefacts back on display in Beirut after decades

(Lebanon)

TRT World (2018). Missing artefacts back on display in Beirut after decades. TRT World. 4 April.

Four artworks vanish from walls of French parliament

(France)

Kim Willsher (2018). Four artworks vanish from walls of French parliament. The Guardian. 4 April.

New York Met returns stolen idols to Nepal

(Nepal; United States of America)

AFP (2018). New York Met returns stolen idols to Nepal. The Nation. 5 April.

British museums and looted treasures

(Ethiopia; United Kingdom)

Douglas Currie (2018). British museums and looted treasures. The Guardian. 5 April.

A Lost Painting Is Rediscovered. Have You Checked Your Closets Lately?

(United States of America)

Laura M. Holson (2018). A Lost Painting Is Rediscovered. Have You Checked Your Closets Lately?. The New York Times. 5 April.

Syria: `We received money for documentation but not restoration'

(Syria)

Michael Jansen (2018). Syria: `We received money for documentation but not restoration'. The Irish Times. 5 April.

The Met Will Return Looted Statues of Sages and Goddesses to Both India and Nepal

(Nepal; India; United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2018). The Met Will Return Looted Statues of Sages and Goddesses to Both India and Nepal. ArtNet News. 5 April.

Looted is a loaded word – but shouldn't the cultural wonders of the ancient world be admired in their country of origin?

(Ethiopia; United Kingdom)

Jonathan Gornall (2018). Looted is a loaded word – but shouldn't the cultural wonders of the ancient world be admired in their country of origin?. The National. 5 April.

'Cultural genocide': Flood of fake art threatens Indigenous artists and communities

(Australia)

Rachael Hocking (2018). 'Cultural genocide': Flood of fake art threatens Indigenous artists and communities. NITV. 5 April.

SJC ruling clears Berkshire Museum to sell artworks

(United States of America)

Larry Parnass (2018). SJC ruling clears Berkshire Museum to sell artworks. The Berkshire Eagle. 5 April.

Man confesses to museum theft of Civil War antiques

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2018). Man confesses to museum theft of Civil War antiques. Fox. 5 April.

72 officials charged with theft after turning ancient archaeological site into parking lot

(Egypt)

Egypt Independent (2018). 72 officials charged with theft after turning ancient archaeological site into parking lot. Egypt Independent. 5 April.

Art Dealers Strike Back at Artist Cady Noland in an Increasingly Philosophical Legal Dispute About a Restored Sculpture

(United States of America)

Julia Halperin (2018). Art Dealers Strike Back at Artist Cady Noland in an Increasingly Philosophical Legal Dispute About a Restored Sculpture. ArtNet News. 5 April.

Police search for missing paintings in Old Main art heist

(United States of America)

Deidre Martinez (2018). Police search for missing paintings in Old Main art heist. Baylor Lariat. 5 April.

Stolen artefacts: Oba of Benin, Obaseki to build world-class Museum

(Nigeria)

The Nation (2018). Stolen artefacts: Oba of Benin, Obaseki to build world-class Museum. The Nation. 5 April.

Dismissing Suit Against Agnes Martin Catalogue Raisonné Committee, Judge Bolsters Embattled Art-Authentication Field

(United States of America)

Claire Selvin (2018). Dismissing Suit Against Agnes Martin Catalogue Raisonné Committee, Judge Bolsters Embattled Art-Authentication Field. Art News. 6 April.

London Dealer Richard Nagy Ordered To Return Stolen Egon Schiele Drawings

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst (2018). London Dealer Richard Nagy Ordered To Return Stolen Egon Schiele Drawings. Artlyst. 6 April.

Unknown or Unreal? The Shadow on Some Russian Avant-Garde Art

(Russia; Germany)

Catherine Hickley (2018). Unknown or Unreal? The Shadow on Some Russian Avant-Garde Art. The New York Times. 6 April.

The insurance reality of a disappearing Picasso

(General)

Bethan Moorcraft (2018). The insurance reality of a disappearing Picasso. Insurance Business Magazine. 6 April.

'There Are Black People in the Future' - tale of a billboard

(United States of America)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (2018). 'There Are Black People in the Future' - tale of a billboard. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 6 April.

Bringing our Gods home

(Nepal; United States of America)

Sahina Shrestha (2018). Bringing our Gods home. Nepali Times. 6 April.

No breakthrough in Thulamela artefact theft

(South Africa)

Tereasa Dias (2018). No breakthrough in Thulamela artefact theft. Lowvelder. 7 April.

Toronto police investigating after rock valued at more than $17,000 stolen from Toronto's Gardiner Museum

(Canada)

Jenna Moon (2018). Toronto police investigating after rock valued at more than $17,000 stolen from Toronto's Gardiner Museum. The Star. 7 April.

Kundapur: Theft at Uppunda Venkataramana temple, ornaments worth lacs stolen

(India)

Silvester D'Souza (2018). Kundapur: Theft at Uppunda Venkataramana temple, ornaments worth lacs stolen. Daiji World. 7 April.

In Utah canyons where an ancient civilization once flourished, the feds are now inviting oil and gas drilling

(United States of America)

Brian Maffly (2018). In Utah canyons where an ancient civilization once flourished, the feds are now inviting oil and gas drilling. The Salt Lake Tribune. 7 April.

Antique store sees $50,000 in Alaska Native art and carvings stolen

(United States of America)

Sean Maguire, Victoria Taylor (2018). Antique store sees $50,000 in Alaska Native art and carvings stolen. KTUU. 7 April.

`Jordan Codices' proven fake — DoA

(Jordan)

Ahmed Bani Mustafa (2018). `Jordan Codices' proven fake — DoA. The Jordan Times. 7 April.

U.S. Embassy holds training to safeguard Libya's rich cultural heritage

(Libya; United States of America)

Safa Alharathy (2018). U.S. Embassy holds training to safeguard Libya's rich cultural heritage. The Libya Observer. 7 April.

Ethiopia Rejects Claims Of Agreeing To Take Treasures On Loan Basis

(Ethiopia; United Kingdom)

Ethiosports (2018). Ethiopia Rejects Claims Of Agreeing To Take Treasures On Loan Basis. Ethiosports. 7 April.

How Gustav Klimt's Unfinished `Ria Munk III' Finally Escaped the Nazis

(Austria)

Allison McNearney (2018). How Gustav Klimt's Unfinished `Ria Munk III' Finally Escaped the Nazis. The Daily Beast. 7 April.

Philadelphia apologizes to China for damaged terracotta warrior

(China; United States of America)

Liping Gu (2018). Philadelphia apologizes to China for damaged terracotta warrior. ECNS. 8 April.

World heritage in Syria and Libya agonising under the world's idle eyes

(Libya; Syria)

Samar Kadi (2018). World heritage in Syria and Libya agonising under the world's idle eyes. The Arab Weekly. 8 April.

Australian ivory trade's role in encouraging poaching to come under scrutiny

(Australia)

Melissa Clarke (2018). Australian ivory trade's role in encouraging poaching to come under scrutiny. ABC Australia. 8 April.

Re-united with the bones of their ancestors

(New Zealand)

Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). Re-united with the bones of their ancestors. Maori Television. 8 April.