Articles by date of publication
Articles for April 2018
57 articles found.
KellyAnne Riess (2018). DNA evidence connects Cold Lake prolific offender with theft of art. Cold Lake Sun. 1 April.
Libby Cherry (2018). Oxford will not reconsider Sackler donations despite opioid link. Cherwell. 2 April.
Gwen Filosa (2018). A man accused of stealing a gold bar from Keys museum has a dark past, feds say. Miami Herald. 2 April.
Jim Schultz (2018). Native American artifacts recovered, police say. Record Searchlight. 2 April.
Safa Alharathy (2018). Sabha's historic castle hit with rockets as tribal tension continues. The Libya Observer. 2 April.
Associated Press (2018). Art of the theft: Book illustrates Boston museum heist. WTOP. 2 April.
Mark Brown (2018). Looted Ethiopian treasures in UK could be returned on loan. The Guardian. 3 April.
Archana Jyoti (2018). 1,000-year-old Apsara to Return Home from US. The Pioneer. 3 April.
Jimmy Nsubuga (2018). 'Priceless' paintings slashed inside town hall after gang 'failed to find any cash'. Metro. 3 April.
Sophia Duckor-Jones (2018). Security stepped up ahead of Dame Kiri art auction. Radio New Zealand. 3 April.
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( )
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.
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( )
Eileen Kinsella (2018). The Decades-Long Dispute Over Artwork Owned by Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos Is Going to Trial. ArtNet News. 3 April.
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( )
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.
George Mills (2018). Cleaners accidentally throw away Swiss artist's 'Unhappy Meal' sculpture. The Local. 4 April.
Deepti Hajela (2018). Lawyer: Guantanamo Bay detainee has right to make, show art. Fox News. 4 April.
Mike Laycock (2018). Thieves scale scaffolding to steal lead at Allerton Park. The Press. 4 April.
Damien Sharkov (2018). Art Stolen by Nazis must be Returned to Holocaust Victim's Heirs 80 Years Later, Court Rules. Newsweek. 4 April.
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.
Mutual Art (2018). How to Tell if your Artwork is Fake. Mutual Art. 4 April.
The Himalayan Times (2018). Stolen idols returned to Nepal. The Himalayan Times. 4 April.
TRT World (2018). Missing artefacts back on display in Beirut after decades. TRT World. 4 April.
Kim Willsher (2018). Four artworks vanish from walls of French parliament. The Guardian. 4 April.
AFP (2018). New York Met returns stolen idols to Nepal. The Nation. 5 April.
Douglas Currie (2018). British museums and looted treasures. The Guardian. 5 April.
Laura M. Holson (2018). A Lost Painting Is Rediscovered. Have You Checked Your Closets Lately?. The New York Times. 5 April.
Michael Jansen (2018). Syria: `We received money for documentation but not restoration'. The Irish Times. 5 April.
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?( )
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.
Rachael Hocking (2018). 'Cultural genocide': Flood of fake art threatens Indigenous artists and communities. NITV. 5 April.
Larry Parnass (2018). SJC ruling clears Berkshire Museum to sell artworks. The Berkshire Eagle. 5 April.
Associated Press (2018). Man confesses to museum theft of Civil War antiques. Fox. 5 April.
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( )
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.
Deidre Martinez (2018). Police search for missing paintings in Old Main art heist. Baylor Lariat. 5 April.
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( )
Claire Selvin (2018). Dismissing Suit Against Agnes Martin Catalogue Raisonné Committee, Judge Bolsters Embattled Art-Authentication Field. Art News. 6 April.
Artlyst (2018). London Dealer Richard Nagy Ordered To Return Stolen Egon Schiele Drawings. Artlyst. 6 April.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Unknown or Unreal? The Shadow on Some Russian Avant-Garde Art. The New York Times. 6 April.
Bethan Moorcraft (2018). The insurance reality of a disappearing Picasso. Insurance Business Magazine. 6 April.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (2018). 'There Are Black People in the Future' - tale of a billboard. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 6 April.
Sahina Shrestha (2018). Bringing our Gods home. Nepali Times. 6 April.
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( )
Jenna Moon (2018). Toronto police investigating after rock valued at more than $17,000 stolen from Toronto's Gardiner Museum. The Star. 7 April.
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( )
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.
Sean Maguire, Victoria Taylor (2018). Antique store sees $50,000 in Alaska Native art and carvings stolen. KTUU. 7 April.
Ahmed Bani Mustafa (2018). `Jordan Codices' proven fake — DoA. The Jordan Times. 7 April.
Safa Alharathy (2018). U.S. Embassy holds training to safeguard Libya's rich cultural heritage. The Libya Observer. 7 April.
Ethiosports (2018). Ethiopia Rejects Claims Of Agreeing To Take Treasures On Loan Basis. Ethiosports. 7 April.
Allison McNearney (2018). How Gustav Klimt's Unfinished `Ria Munk III' Finally Escaped the Nazis. The Daily Beast. 7 April.
Liping Gu (2018). Philadelphia apologizes to China for damaged terracotta warrior. ECNS. 8 April.
Samar Kadi (2018). World heritage in Syria and Libya agonising under the world's idle eyes. The Arab Weekly. 8 April.
Melissa Clarke (2018). Australian ivory trade's role in encouraging poaching to come under scrutiny. ABC Australia. 8 April.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). Re-united with the bones of their ancestors. Maori Television. 8 April.