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Articles for January 2019

64 articles found.

American museum closes viewing of Namibian human remains

(Namibia; United States of America)

Eveline De Klerk (2019). American museum closes viewing of Namibian human remains. New Era. 14 January.

In Jerusalem, a Museum's Ethics Go Astray

(Israel)

Michael Press (2019). In Jerusalem, a Museum's Ethics Go Astray. Hyperallergic. 14 January.

The Famed Jewish Art Dealer Who Fought to Retrieve 400 Stolen Works from the Nazis

(France)

Benjamin Sutton (2019). The Famed Jewish Art Dealer Who Fought to Retrieve 400 Stolen Works from the Nazis. Artsy. 14 January.

The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves

(Germany; United States of America)

Milton Esterow (2019). The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves. The New York Times. 14 January.

German Owners of Painting Sought by Italy Say It's Not Nazi-looted Art

(Germany; Italy)

DPA (2019). German Owners of Painting Sought by Italy Say It's Not Nazi-looted Art. Haaretz. 15 January.

Auckland art gallery staff 'thrilled' after stolen $55,000 bronze gnome is returned

(New Zealand)

Danielle Clent (2019). Auckland art gallery staff 'thrilled' after stolen $55,000 bronze gnome is returned. Stuff.co.nz. 15 January.

Librarians And Researchers Are Finally Making Strides Returning Nazi-Looted Books

(United States of America; Germany)

P.J. Grisar (2019). Librarians And Researchers Are Finally Making Strides Returning Nazi-Looted Books. Forward. 15 January.

FBI recovers rare stolen 262-year-old Dearborn artifact

(United States of America)

Micah Walker (2019). FBI recovers rare stolen 262-year-old Dearborn artifact. Detroit Free Press. 15 January.

A Painting Stolen From a Belgian Church Last Week Might Have Been by Michelangelo

(Belgium)

Sarah Cascone (2019). A Painting Stolen From a Belgian Church Last Week Might Have Been by Michelangelo. ArtNet News. 15 January.

Trump shrank a Utah monument for coal, but few care to dig

(United States of America)

Juliet Eilperin (2019). Trump shrank a Utah monument for coal, but few care to dig. SF Gate. 15 January.

Thieves have a taste for public art

(New Zealand)

New Zealand Herald (2019). Thieves have a taste for public art. New Zealand Herald. 15 January.

The Met's antiquated views of antiquities need updating

(United States of America)

Elizabeth Marlowe (2019). The Met's antiquated views of antiquities need updating. The Art Newspaper. 15 January.

National Inventory Of Heritage Sites To Be Created For Conservation, Research Purposes

(Pakistan)

Fahad Shabbir (2019). National Inventory Of Heritage Sites To Be Created For Conservation, Research Purposes. Urdu Point. 15 January.

Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China

(China; Taiwan; Japan)

Yvette Tan (2019). Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China. BBC News. 16 January.

The Race for the Next Dead Sea Scrolls, and Why We May Lose It

(Palestine; Israel)

Moshe Gilad (2019). The Race for the Next Dead Sea Scrolls, and Why We May Lose It. Haaretz. 16 January.

FBI joins investigation into Cherry Hill resident's missing Nathaniel Choate sculpture

(United States of America)

Sheri Berkery (2019). FBI joins investigation into Cherry Hill resident's missing Nathaniel Choate sculpture. Cherry Hill Courier Post. 16 January.

Bracknell Town Councils' Swinging girl sculpture stolen by thieves in Elms Park on 70th anniversary

(United Kingdom)

Isabella Perrin (2019). Bracknell Town Councils' Swinging girl sculpture stolen by thieves in Elms Park on 70th anniversary. Bracknell News. 16 January.

Art detective urges British council to hand back Renoir masterpiece to family of Jewish original owners who were 'forced to sell it in Nazi Germany'

(United Kingdom)

Alexander Robertson (2019). Art detective urges British council to hand back Renoir masterpiece to family of Jewish original owners who were 'forced to sell it in Nazi Germany'. The Daily Mail. 16 January.

Antiques dealer selling artefacts for 4 million, arrested

(Jordan)

Roya News (2019). Antiques dealer selling artefacts for 4 million, arrested. Roya News. 16 January.

Theft of Nalain Mubarak from Badshahi Mosque: SC orders media to run ads

(Pakistan)

The News (2019). Theft of Nalain Mubarak from Badshahi Mosque: SC orders media to run ads. The News. 16 January.

'Jordan's monuments threatened by population growth, theft'

(Jordan)

Jordan Times (2019). 'Jordan's monuments threatened by population growth, theft'. MENAFN. 16 January.

Archaeologists restore ancient Palmyra artifacts

(Syria)

Reuters (2019). Archaeologists restore ancient Palmyra artifacts. Business World. 16 January.

Forgeries of African American Art on the Rise

(United States of America)

Stacy M. Brown (2019). Forgeries of African American Art on the Rise. Los Angeles Sentinel. 17 January.

Historic Effigy Stolen, Whacked on Head, Left in Snow for Weeks

(Canada)

Cole Kelly (2019). Historic Effigy Stolen, Whacked on Head, Left in Snow for Weeks. My Prince George Now. 17 January.

Africa: Dear the West, Why Do You Find It So Hard to Say Sorry?

(General)

Yarri Kamara (2019). Africa: Dear the West, Why Do You Find It So Hard to Say Sorry?. All Africa. 17 January.

Sweden charges man in royal jewels heist

(Sweden)

Associated Press (2019). Sweden charges man in royal jewels heist. TribLive. 17 January.

Millennia-old Thai antiquities returned from US Collections

(Thailand; United States of America)

Jintamas Saksornchai (2019). Millennia-old Thai antiquities returned from US Collections. Khaosden. 17 January.

Police Investigate Suspected Burglary of Ancient Pagoda in Bago Region

(Myanmar)

Kaung Myat Min (2019). Police Investigate Suspected Burglary of Ancient Pagoda in Bago Region. The Irrawaddy. 18 January.

Thieves flee New York's Team Gallery by foot after stealing artwork

(United States of America)

Katerine Keener (2019). Thieves flee New York's Team Gallery by foot after stealing artwork. Art Critique. 18 January.

How a history post-graduate masterminded idol thefts in Rajasthan

(India)

Jaykishan Sharma (2019). How a history post-graduate masterminded idol thefts in Rajasthan. Hindustan Times. 18 January.

Bryan Museum show revisits a famous art heist

(United States of America)

Molly Glentzer (2019). Bryan Museum show revisits a famous art heist. Houston Chronicle. 18 January.

¿Quién está saqueando este patrimonio único de Colombia?

(Colombia)

Nicolás Bustamante Hernández (2019). ¿Quién está saqueando este patrimonio único de Colombia?. El Tiempo. 18 January.

The UK's past means disputes over its museum contents are inevitable

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Liam Kirkaldy (2019). The UK's past means disputes over its museum contents are inevitable. Holyrood. 18 January.

Ashtadhatu idol stolen from Manikeswari temple in Odisha

(India)

Odisha Sun Times (2019). Ashtadhatu idol stolen from Manikeswari temple in Odisha. Odisha Sun Times. 18 January.

Holy statue stolen from Indigenous church dumped in snowy gravel pit

(Canada)

Betsy Trumpener (2019). Holy statue stolen from Indigenous church dumped in snowy gravel pit. CBC. 18 January.

Los guardianes del patrimonio religioso de iglesias y capillas

(Spain)

The guardians of the religious heritage of churches and chapels

S.G. Rial (2019). Los guardianes del patrimonio religioso de iglesias y capillas. Le Voz de Galicia. 19 January.

Tebra recupera el cáliz de su iglesia 35 años después del robo

(Spain)

Tebra recovers a chalice stolen from their church 35 years ago

M. Oliva Tomiño (2019). Tebra recupera el cáliz de su iglesia 35 años después del robo. Atlántico. 19 January.

Iraq's Archaeological Sites Face Looting, Urbanisation Threats

(Iraq)

Karen Dabrowska (2019). Iraq's Archaeological Sites Face Looting, Urbanisation Threats. AINA. 19 January.

Iraqi `treasure' Lamia Al Gailani Werr dies in Amman

(Iraq)

The National (2019). Iraqi `treasure' Lamia Al Gailani Werr dies in Amman. The National. 19 January.

The Books Stolen by the Nazis That Made It Back to the Jewish Victims' Heirs

(Germany)

Ofer Aderet (2019). The Books Stolen by the Nazis That Made It Back to the Jewish Victims' Heirs. Haaretz. 20 January.

Will they be returned? National Museum of Scotland to reach decision on return of Beothuk remains to Newfoundland

(United Kingdom; Canada)

Phil Miller (2019). Will they be returned? National Museum of Scotland to reach decision on return of Beothuk remains to Newfoundland. The Herald. 20 January.

Remains of 2 Beothuk people to be transferred from Scotland to Canada

(Canada; United Kingdom)

CBC (2019). Remains of 2 Beothuk people to be transferred from Scotland to Canada. CBC. 21 January.

Looters Beware: The British Museum Is Leading an International Task Force Fighting the Illicit Trade in Egyptian Antiquities

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Javier Pes (2019). Looters Beware: The British Museum Is Leading an International Task Force Fighting the Illicit Trade in Egyptian Antiquities. ArtNet News. 21 January.

Retired N.J. firefighter stole artifacts from fire museum, sold them on eBay: police

(United States of America)

Corey W. McDonald (2019). Retired N.J. firefighter stole artifacts from fire museum, sold them on eBay: police. The Jersey Journal. 21 January.

Were Your Family's Books Stolen by the Nazis? New Online Initiative Might Help You Find Them

(Germany)

Ofer Aderet (2019). Were Your Family's Books Stolen by the Nazis? New Online Initiative Might Help You Find Them. Haaretz. 22 January.

British aristocrat confronted by 'Indiana Jones of art world' over priceless stolen artefacts

(United Kingdom; Spain)

Helena Horton (2019). British aristocrat confronted by 'Indiana Jones of art world' over priceless stolen artefacts. The Telegraph. 22 January.

Returning looted artifacts will finally restore heritage to the brilliant cultures that made them

(General)

Mark Horton (2019). Returning looted artifacts will finally restore heritage to the brilliant cultures that made them. CNN. 22 January.

Antiquities ministry starts inventory of artefact storehouses throughout Egypt

(Egypt)

Nevine El-Aref (2019). Antiquities ministry starts inventory of artefact storehouses throughout Egypt. Ahram Online. 22 January.

Experts Racing Against Antiquities Robbers in Hunt for Dead Sea Scrolls

(Palestine; Israel)

Reuters (2019). Experts Racing Against Antiquities Robbers in Hunt for Dead Sea Scrolls. Reuters. 22 January.

Two rare LDS books still missing after man pleads guilty to stealing from BYU library

(United States of America)

Ashley Stilson (2019). Two rare LDS books still missing after man pleads guilty to stealing from BYU library. Daily Herald. 22 January.

In an Explosive Lawsuit, Lehmann Maupin Gallery Accuses an Ex-Employee of Stealing Valuable Client Data and Trade Secrets

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2019). In an Explosive Lawsuit, Lehmann Maupin Gallery Accuses an Ex-Employee of Stealing Valuable Client Data and Trade Secrets. ArtNet News. 22 January.

Smiles as stolen museum item returned to Port Pirie RSL

(Australia)

Greg Mayfield (2019). Smiles as stolen museum item returned to Port Pirie RSL. Port Pirie Recorder. 22 January.

Foundation denies idols in its possession are stolen

(India)

The Hindu (2019). Foundation denies idols in its possession are stolen. The Hindu. 22 January.

Laconia police stop 600,000-euro illegal antiquities deal

(Greece)

eKathimerini (2019). Laconia police stop 600,000-euro illegal antiquities deal. eKathimerini. 22 January.

British museums to relabel colonial treasures

(United Kingdom; India)

Amit Roy (2019). British museums to relabel colonial treasures. The Telegraph`. 23 January.

Colonial art restitution: 'The desire is not to wipe museums clean'

(France; Germany; General)

Sönje Storm (2019). Colonial art restitution: 'The desire is not to wipe museums clean'. DW. 23 January.

Stolen Artwork Is All Over Amazon — And Creators Want The Company To Do Something About It

(General)

Nicole Nguyen (2019). Stolen Artwork Is All Over Amazon — And Creators Want The Company To Do Something About It. Buzz Feed News. 23 January.

Bayonet stolen from prominent Anzac memorial returned after 33 years

(Australia)

Ellie Honeybone (2019). Bayonet stolen from prominent Anzac memorial returned after 33 years. ABC Australia. 23 January.

Egypt police raid `illegal' properties near pyramids

(Egypt)

Middle East Monitor (2019). Egypt police raid `illegal' properties near pyramids. Middle East Monitor. 23 January.

Early trade artefacts returned after 50 years

(New Zealand)

Voxy (2019). Early trade artefacts returned after 50 years. Voxy. 25 January.

NASA is now being sued by the owner of an Apollo 11 lunar sample bag

(United States of America)

Mike Wehner (2019). NASA is now being sued by the owner of an Apollo 11 lunar sample bag. BGR. 25 January.

Stolen fresco fragments welcomed home

(Cyprus; Netherlands)

Evie Andreou (2019). Stolen fresco fragments welcomed home. Cyprus Mail. 25 January.

The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections

(South Africa; Tanzania; Germany; France)

Tarisai Ngangura (2019). The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections. Vice. 25 January.

Lamia al-Gailani Werr, 80, Dies; Archaeologist Rescued Iraqi Art

(Iraq)

Richard Sandomir (2019). Lamia al-Gailani Werr, 80, Dies; Archaeologist Rescued Iraqi Art. The New York Times. 25 January.