Henri Neuendorf (2017). 80 Years After Hitler's `Degenerate Art' Show, Two German Museums Confront Its Dark Legacy. ArtNet News. 4 August.
AFP (2017). U.S. tug of war over disputed relic from Lebanon. The Daily Star. 4 August.
Menachem Wecker (2017). Despite smuggled antiquities purchase, some say criticism of Bible museum is unfair. Salt Lake Tribune. 3 August.
Katherine McGrath (2017). Back-to-Back Looting Scandals Hit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Architectural Digetst. 3 August.
Somerset County Gazette (2017). Rare bicycle stolen from Williton's Bakelite Museum. Somerset County Gazette. 3 August.
Tom Mashberg (2017). Met Museum Turns Over Another Relic With Disputed Past to Prosecutors. The New York Times. 1 August.
Anna Louie Sussman (2017). Should a Museum Be Allowed to Sell $50 Million of Work to Keep the Lights On?. Artsy. 31 July.
Tom Mashberg (2017). Ancient Vase Seized From Met Museum on Suspicion It Was Looted. New York Times. 31 July.
Associated Press (2017). Ruling lets Italy hunt abroad for new Colosseum chief. Yahoo News. 25 July.
Helena Bachmann (2017). Stolen Nazi-era art found 5 years ago. Public to finally see collection in Switzerland. USA Today. 25 July.
British Museum evacuated: Controlled explosion of unattended vehicle carried out after 'security concern'( )
Rachel Roberts (2017). British Museum evacuated: Controlled explosion of unattended vehicle carried out after 'security concern'. The Independent. 21 July.
Peter Beaumont (2017). Israeli student admits stealing items from Auschwitz for art project. The Guardian. 19 July.
Paige McIntyre (2017). Historical artifacts stolen from Sugar Pine Railroad, deputies say. KMPH. 16 July.
Richard Cuthbertson, Susan Allen, Jack Julian (2017). Cultural gem or 'tax grab'? $20M in Annie Leibovitz photos caught in Canadian quandary. CBC. 12 July.
Sky News (2017). Bardo National Museum attack 'accomplices' go on trial. Sky News. 12 July.
AFP (2017). First works from Nazi-era art hoard arrive at Swiss museum. The Local. 9 July.
'Harder slap than usual': Punishment for importing stolen artifacts isn't severe enough, experts say( )
Steven D'Souza (2017). 'Harder slap than usual': Punishment for importing stolen artifacts isn't severe enough, experts say. CBC. 9 July.
Isaac Kaplan (2017). The Scandal Over Hobby Lobby's Purchase of 5,500 Smuggled Artifacts, Explained. Artsy. 7 July.
Document of of Sarmiento governer found and the Casa Natal wants to keep it.
Diario La Provincia (2017). Hallaron un documento de Sarmiento gobernador y la Casa Natal quiere conservarlo. Diario La Provincia. 5 July.
Alan Feuer (2017). Hobby Lobby Agrees to Forfeit 5,500 Artifacts Smuggled Out of Iraq. The New York Times. 5 July.
SwissInfo (2017). Feather thief behind bars after CHF6 million museum raids. SwissInfo. 5 July.
Press Trust of India (2017). ASI bans selfie sticks at 46 site museums. The Hindu. 5 July.
eKathimerini (2017). Attica museums, ancient sites to be closed on Thursday morning due to walkout. eKathimerini. 3 July.
Noah Charney (2017). The first glimpse inside a Nazi looted art collection. Salon. 2 July.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2017). Iraq accelerates work on its virtual national museum. Al Monitor. 2 July.
Aaron Bolton (2017). Medication dating back to the 1800s stolen in Homer. KBBI. 30 June.
Stefan Dege (2017). 'Suspicious' art from Nazi dealer to go on show in Germany. DW. 27 June.
Emran Feroz (2017). The many headless Buddha. Qantera. 26 June.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2017). ASI to send Australia gallery details of 4 stolen TN idols. The Times of India. 23 June.
Kathy Stevens (2017). Gems, minerals valued at $30,000 stolen from Franklin Mineral Museum. New Jersey Herald. 20 June.
Isabella SMith (2017). At British Museum Protest, Australian Aboriginal Activist Demands Repatriation of Ancestor's Shield. Hyperallergic. 20 June.
Majeed Gill (2017). Audit report shows 227 artefacts missing from Bahawalpur museum. Dawn. 18 June.
Raymond Brown (2017). Aboriginal man demands Cambridge University return his ancestor's spears. Cambridge News. 16 June.
Rochelle de Kock (2017). R12m to fix vandalised museum. Herald Live. 14 June.
Jessica Gelt (2017). Getty agrees to return 1st century BC sculpture to Italy. Los Angeles Times. 13 June.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Paris Louvre Museum Evacuated (Again) After Security Scare. ArtNet News. 12 June.
Cahal Milmo (2017). Renewed demand made to Scotland for return of stolen native American skulls. iNews. 12 June.
SwissInfo (2017). Bern museum sells part of controversial inheritance. SwissInfo. 6 June.
G. H. Renaud (2017). Ancient artifacts from Mosul Museum found in IS home. K24. 6 June.
Chris Foote (2017). Museum urged to return body of Beothuk chief to Canada. STV. 2 June.
The Hindu (2017). Police to seek documents from Australian authorities. The Hindu. 2 June.
Claire Voon (2017). Two Nooses Discovered at Smithsonian Museums This Week. Hyperallergic. 31 May.
Michael Gray (2017). Indigenous groups in Canada call for National Museum of Scotland to return human remains. Common Space. 30 May.
Luke Sproule (2017). REVEALED: The fake portrait among Ashmolean masterpieces. The Oxford Times. 30 May.
Melissa Merli (2017). Krannert Art Museum shining spotlight on art detectives. The News Gazete. 28 May.
Hannah McGivern (2017). Controversial Italian court ruling ousts five top museum directors. The Art Newspaper. 26 May.
Peter Cowan (2017). Indigenous leaders unite for return of Beothuk remains, inclusion in MMIWG inquiry. CBC. 26 May.
RAPSI (2017). Russia's Hermitage Museum recognized as victim in embezzlement case. RAPSI. 12 May.
Joan Altabe (2017). Skeletons in the art world's closet, let out after two centuries, are shunned. Blasting News. 9 May.
Carrie Collins-Fadell (2017). The Case of the Spontaneous Goldfish: Is This Art Museum Ignoring an Opportunity?. Nonprofit Quarterly. 8 May.
Robin Pogrebin (2017). The Met Files a Formal Proposal to Charge Admission to Out-of-State Visitors. The New York Times. 5 May.
Martin Bailey (2017). Museums show limited interest in borrowing Parthenon Marbles. The Art Newspaper. 5 May.
Nick Holdsworth (2017). How an art museum in Russia became the target of Kremlin police raids. Christian Science Monitor. 3 May.
Lina Giannarou (2017). Milos island prepares a home for much-desired return of Aphrodite. eKathimerini. 29 April.
Associated Press (2017). Bern museum awaits works from Gurlitt art collection in June. News 1130. 26 April.
Braley Dodson (2017). Valuable painting missing from Provo school found in Springville museum. Daily Herald. 24 April.
Samhati Mohapatra (2017). 5 more idols stolen from Tamil Nadu in Australia gallery's possession. The Times of India. 23 April.
CBS (2017). 3 Years For Woman Who Embezzled $1 Million From Field Museum. CBS. 22 April.
Cristina Ruiz (2017). Peggy Guggenheim's great-grandchildren say New York exhibition violates her legacy. The Art Newspaper. 20 April.
Benjamin Sutton (2017). In Ongoing Crusade for Privacy, Residents of Glass Condos Sue Tate. Hyperallergic. 20 April.
Express News Service (2017). Gujarat National Law University partners with ASI to hold exhibition. Indian Express. 18 April.
Gareth Harris (2017). Removal of a rare Roman mosaic in southern France enflames local conservation groups. The Art Newspaper. 17 April.
The Toledo Blade (2017). Ohio museum continues with public sales of ancient artifacts. The Crescent-News. 17 April.
Jessica Long (2017). Descendants of Kiwi soldiers who fought at Gallipoli believe WW1 diaries were stolen. Stuff.co.nz. 15 April.
Alex Riggins (2017). Police recover 2 of 5 replica artifacts stolen from Herrett Center, identify suspect. Magic Valley. 14 April.
Anna Marie de la Fuente (2017). Gael Garcia Bernal Toplines Alonso Ruizpalacio's 'Museum'. Variety. 14 April.
BBC News (2017). Cambridge Fitzwilliam stolen jade 'lost for generations', expert says. BBC News. 14 April.
Sarah Bond (2017). How Do You Purge The Memory Of An Emperor?. Forbes. 11 April.
Roberta Gedert (2017). Toledo Museum of Art selling off over 140 pieces. The Toledo Blade. 5 April.
Benjamin Sutton (2017). Controversial Dana Schutz Painting Removed from Whitney Biennial Due to Water Leak. Hyperallergic. 4 April.
Brian Maffly (2017). Fate of pottery collection is 'a can of worms' for Navajos. The Salt Lake Tribune. 3 April.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Workers' Strike Closes Centre Pompidou in Paris for Fifth Consecutive Day. ArtNet News. 31 March.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2017). Deputy director at Hermitage put under house arrest. The Art Newspaper. 30 March.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2017). Calls for support as destroyed Mosul Museum seeks to rebuild. Al Monitor. 30 March.
Perwana Nazif (2017). Strike at the Musée Rodin Steals Thunder of Major Survey of the Artist at Grand Palais. ArtNet News. 24 March.
Jason Meisner (2017). Prosecutors seek 4 years for ex-Field Museum worker who stole nearly $1 million. The Chicago Tribune. 21 March.
Jon Seidel (2017). Feds: $1M stolen from Field Museum funded luxury cars, jewelry. Chicago Sun Times. 20 March.
Kristina Killgrove (2017). How One Anthropologist Balances Human Skeletons And Human Rights. Forbes. 17 March.
Alice Farren-Bradley (2017). Is museum security robust enough to counter crime and terrorism?. Apollo. 16 March.
Natalie Zarrelli (2017). The Forged 'Ancient' Statues That Fooled the Met's Art Experts for Decades. Atlas Obscura. 16 March.
Kawa Omar (2017). Scars of looting, destruction all that remain at Mosul museum. Reuters. 11 March.
Vinita Chaturvedi (2017). No guns for guards: Central Museum is an easy prey. The Times of India. 10 March.
Associated Press (2017). Photos reveal ISIL's destruction to antiquities museum in Mosul. The National. 8 March.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2017). Controversial trove from imperial Chinese shipwreck lands in New York. The Art Newspaper. 7 March.
Julia Hitz (2017). Facing Germany's colonial heritage: It's 'detective work'. DW. 7 March.
CBS (2017). Police: Man Smashes Bottle Over Security Guard's Head At Metropolitan Museum of Art. CBS. 6 March.
Paul Daley (2017). Reuniting Indigenous 'sticks' with their stories: the museum on a mission to give back. The Guardian. 3 March.
Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia( )
Amah-Rose Abrams (2017). Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia. ArtNet News. 3 March.
Petra Caruana Dingli (2017). The Grand Master's dagger. Times of Malta. 26 February.
Robin de Peyer (2017). Top London museums increase security over suitcase bomb fears. Evening Standard. 20 February.
Josh Niland (2017). How the Met's Sale of a Max Beckmann Painting Changed US Museums. Hyperallergic. 19 February.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Here's Your Chance to See Cornelius Gurlitt's Infamous Art Trove. ArtNet News. 16 February.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Artist Recreates 13 Stolen Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Masterpieces in New Show. ArtNet News. 16 February.
Lynsey Chutel (2017). One of Africa's largest art collections is under threat. Quartz. 16 February.
Allison Bray (2017). 'Booze, bullies and perverts' rife at museum. Irish Independent. 10 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Germany Arrests Alleged Mastermind Behind Bardo Museum Terror Attack. ArtNet News. 9 February.
Traci Watson (2017). Show of shipwrecked treasures raises scientists' ire. Nature. 7 February.
WCAI (2017). Cairo's Islamic Art Museum Reopens 3 Years After A Car Bomb Damaged It. WCAI. 5 February.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2017). Hermitage storage centre searched by FSB agents. The Art Newspaper. 4 February.
BBC News (2017). Louvre attack: French soldier shoots machete-wielding man. BBC News. 3 February.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Woman Accidentally Locked Inside a Museum in Germany. ArtNet News. 24 January.
Victoria Reed (2017). How should museums respond to art smuggling scandals?. Apollo. 24 January.
Randy Kennedy (2017). Bronx Museum Won't Get Loan of Art From Cuba. The New York Times. 23 January.
Ian Mundell (2017). The museum director, the culture minister, and more trouble in Brussels. Apollo. 23 January.
The New Times (2017). Colonial looting of our culture calls for justice. The New Times. 19 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art to open Friday after two-year closure. Ahram Online. 18 January.
Cameron Luttrell (2017). Driver Crashed Into SoHo Museum, Fled N.J. Police: NYPD. Patch. 17 January.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Swiss Antiquities Dealer Files $77 Million Suit Against Getty Museum. ArtNet News. 17 January.
Kathianne Boniello (2017). Museum cut company out of multi-billion dollar art deal: suit. New York Post. 15 January.
Li Yan (2017). Chinese museum demands return of horse sculptures from Pennsylvania. ECNS. 13 January.
U Tejonmayam (2017). 'Indian art awaits high scrutiny in Oz'. The Times of India. 11 January.
Javier Pes (2017). Louvre attendance falls as tourists stay away from Paris. The Art Newspaper. 5 January.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2017). London's Victoria & Albert Museum Evacuated in Bomb Scare. ArtNet News. 4 January.
Nazia Parveen (2016). Kirklees council considers selling Francis Bacon painting. The Guardian. 28 December.
Peter Johnstone (2016). Thieves steal hood from historic Shackleton exhibition. The Packet. 24 December.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Director of Belgian Royal Museums Files Criminal Complaint Against Secretary of State. ArtNet News. 23 December.
AFP (2016). Napoleon's pillaged works of art on show in Rome. Shanghai Daily. 17 December.
Rich Tenorio (2016). Did Russia meddle in recent US art theft legislation?. The Times of Israel. 16 December.
Dave Collins (2016). Man linked to $500M art heist getting mental evaluation. Myrtle Beach Online. 16 December.
Court: Gurlitt's will is valid
Monopol (2016). Gericht: Gurlitts Testament ist gültig. Monopol. 15 December.
Minister Looking to Add "A Bit of Colour" to His Office Accidentally Finds Missing $150,000 Aboriginal Artwork( )
Isabelle Hellyer (2016). Minister Looking to Add "A Bit of Colour" to His Office Accidentally Finds Missing $150,000 Aboriginal Artwork. Vice. 14 December.
A Spanish museum may have the legal right to keep art stolen by the Nazis. That doesn't mean it should( )
Los Angeles Times (2016). A Spanish museum may have the legal right to keep art stolen by the Nazis. That doesn't mean it should. Los Angeles Times. 14 December.
Jillian Steinhauer (2016). As Artist's Murder Trial Drags On, Display of His Work Sparks Uproar. Hyperallergic. 13 December.
Sophia Kishkovsky Helen Stoilas (2016). Bill protecting works of art lent by foreign institutions passes US Senate. The Art Newspaper. 13 December.
JNi.Media (2016). New Exhibition Shows Poland Using Jewish Gravestones to Build Walls, Sidewalks, Playgrounds. The Jewish Press. 13 December.
Ryan Torok (2016). Pasadena trial focuses on Nazi-looted masterpiece. Jewish Journal. 12 December.
Adrija Roychowdhury (2016). Six major challenges facing Indian museums, says museologist Vinod Daniel. The Indian Express. 8 December.
INAH recovers monument that was in a hotel
Union Yucatán (2016). INAH recupera monumento que estaba en un hotel. Union Yucatán. 7 December.
Yucatan recovers valuable steala from ancient Maya city
Terra (2016). Yucatán recupera valiosa estela de antigua ciudad maya. Terra. 6 December.
Michaela Boland (2016). Arrests confirm more thefts in NGA collection. The Australian. 2 December.
Paige Fry (2016). Harn Museum turns over sculpture bought from alleged smuggler. Alligator. 30 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). Iran Cancels Long-Awaited Exhibition of Shah Collection in Berlin. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Claire Voon (2016). In Wake of Trump's Election, Protestors Address Climate Change at the British Museum. Hyperallergic. 28 November.
Sarah Emerson (2016). Holocaust Museum Says Calls to Donate Nazi Memorabilia are 'Skyrocketing'. Vice. 23 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). See Famous Artwork Missing for Over a Century at New Hokusai Museum. ArtNet News. 23 November.
Maya Rajamani (2016). Ex-Worker at Intrepid Museum Says on Video Security Should Be Shot: NYPD. DNA Info. 22 November.
Li Yan (2016). A look at the book the Metropolitan Museum of Art refuses to sell. ECNS. 22 November.
Christopher Green (2016). A Step in the Right Direction for the Display of Native American Art. Hyperallergic. 22 November.
Louis Klee (2016). History re-told through the Gweagal shield. Varsity. 18 November.
Lisa Movius (2016). Beijing museum says Anselm Kiefer exhibition will go ahead despite artist's protest. The Art Newspaper. 18 November.
The National (2016). Scotland back in the day: The complex tale behind how Elgin lost his Marbles. The National. 15 November.
Julia Michalska (2016). Alphonse Mucha's grandson sues Prague to stop Asian tour of Slav Epic. The Art Newspaper. 14 November.
Claire Voon (2016). Selfie-Seeking Tourist Topples 18th-Century Sculpture. Hyperallergic. 10 November.
Emmet Teran Jenny Davis (2016). NAGPRA Revisited: Negotiating Culture, Legalities, and Challenges at Wesleyan and Beyond. The Wesleyan Argus. 8 November.
Bill Sanderson (2016). I think the Met's $95M van Gogh masterpiece is a fake. New York Post. 6 November.
Maria Di Mento (2016). Gifts Roundup: Holocaust Museum Gets $1 Million From War-Crimes Lawyer. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 6 November.
Aimee Dawson (2016). Outcry after Toledo Museum of Art sells ancient Greek and Egyptian objects at auction. The Art Newspaper. 5 November.
Anny Shaw (2016). Louvre may safeguard artefacts from war-torn areas. The Art Newspaper. 4 November.
ICE (2016). 14th century Italian manuscript transferred to ICE following probe. ICE. 4 November.
CBC (2016). 'They've got no claim': Indigenous Australian demands British Museum return ancestral shield. CBC. 2 November.
Middle East Monitor (2016). Egypt bans cooperation with Toledo Museum over antiquities' sale. Middle East Monitor. 1 November.
Kim Willsher (2016). Louvre to offer shelter for world treasures rescued from war zones. The Guardian. 1 November.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Egypt wants sanctions against museum for selling antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 29 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Controversial auctioning of artifacts ends. The Toledo Blade. 27 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). Ownership questions trigger NGV action on antiquities. The Australian. 26 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Rare Toledo museum items sold despite protests. The Toledo Blade. 26 October.
Jewel Levy (2016). Museum makes plea for missing maritime trail signs. Cayman Compass. 25 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Cyprus demands auction be stopped. The Toledo Blade. 25 October.
Wynne Everett (2016). Art expert slams Toledo museum on sale of antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 24 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Antiquities ministry trying to stop sale of Egyptian artefacts at New York auction. Ahram Online. 21 October.
Rebecca Fox (2016). Framed: art crime in focus. Otago Daily Times. 19 October.
Some looted Idlib National Museum artifacts resurface, fate of others a mystery amidst 'thriving black market trade'( )
Noura Hourani (2016). Some looted Idlib National Museum artifacts resurface, fate of others a mystery amidst 'thriving black market trade'. Syria Direct. 18 October.
Pakistan Today (2016). Find the artifact thief and win. Pakistan Today. 18 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). AGNSW's Indian sculptures feared stolen. The Australian. 17 October.
Do you have Precolumbian pieces on your hands? Bring them to the National Museum.
Hassel Fallas (2016). ¿Tiene piezas precolombinas en sus manos? Entréguelas al Museo Nacional. La Nación. 16 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Council Sekhemka statue 'now in US'. BBC News. 15 October.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Versailles Staffers Caught Selling Counterfeit Tickets. ArtNet News. 14 October.
The Australian (2016). Explainer: The NGA looted antiquities scandal. The Australian. 14 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). Mayan vase subject of latest provenance inquiry at NGA. The Australian. 14 October.
Jericho Knopp (2016). Man jailed 2 years for possessing stolen N.B. Museum plaques. CBC. 13 October.
Jay L. Zagorsky (2016). Why Taking Photographs Is Banned in Many Museums and Historic Places. Observer. 12 October.
Patrick Steel (2016). Terrorism fears see DCMS museums and galleries lose a million visitors. Museums Journal. 11 October.
BBC News (2016). Basra Museum: How Saddam's palace was given to the people. BBC News. 8 October.
Claire Voon (2016). St Louis Museum Embroiled in Controversy as Staff Member Reputedly Attacked, Boycott Underway. Hyperallergic. 7 October.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Chinese Contemporary Art Collector Guy Ullens Draws Fire for Allegedly Profit-Seeking Moves. ArtNet News. 7 October.
Stas Sokolov (2016). Treasures of the Black Sea turn into political hostages. DW. 6 October.
Ukraine Today (2016). The future of 'Scythian gold' to be finally decided on Dec. 14. Ukraine Today. 6 October.
Doreen Carvajal (2016). Paintings That Bear the Scars of War. The New York Times. 5 October.
Esther Anatolitis (2016). Cultural ownership and responsibility is not just a fad. Eureka Street. 3 October.
Peter Simek (2016). I Used My House Key to Break Into the DMA's Vault. D Magazine. 1 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Sekhemka statue sale: Council 'warned by lawyers'. BBC News. 1 October.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2016). Five stolen Tamil Nadu idols in Oz on radar for return. The Times of India. 1 October.
Garry Shaw (2016). Egypt's Mallawi Museum reopens with looted collection mostly restored. The Art Newspaper. 23 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Malawi Museum inaugurated. Ahram Online. 22 September.
BBC News (2016). Banksy artwork removed from Liverpool street to enter street art museum. BBC News. 19 September.
Ashley Bishop (2016). Replicas now sit where items were stolen from Roger Maris Museum. Valley News. 19 September.
Edward Goldman (2016). Art. Passion. Politics.. Huffington Post. 13 September.
Julia Halpern (2016). Why a growing number of museum veterans are crossing over to the commercial sector. The Art Newspaper. 7 September.
Daily News (2016). Suspect in Colombo National Museum theft further remanded. Daily News. 5 September.
Mark Brown (2016). V&A director's decision to quit hastened by Brexit vote. The Guardian. 5 September.
Alvaro Tassano (2016). MUNA construction damaging ancient remains. Peru This Week. 5 September.
Robin Pogrebin (2016). Resignations at the Bronx Museum Over a Costly International Push. The New York Times. 26 August.
Mikolai Napieralski (2016). Qatar's oil boom created the world's most extravagant art scene—and also led to its demise. Quartz. 24 August.
Ploenpote Atthakor (2016). Another artifact at US museum 'may have been stolen'. Bangkok Post. 24 August.
Ylenia Gostoli (2016). Israeli museum transfer sets 'dangerous precedent'. Al Jazeera. 24 August.
Lucy McNally (2016). Victory for Gweagal man Rodney Kelly in fight to have artefacts returned from British museums. ABC Australia. 23 August.
Ploenpote Atthakor (2016). Action urged for Yama lintel return. Bangkok Post. 23 August.
Lisa Bertagnoli (2016). Will a $395,000 lawsuit make Craig Breedlove's damaged Spirit of America great again?. Autoweek. 23 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Newly restored Malawi Museum in Egypt's Minya to reopen in weeks. Ahram Online. 19 August.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery under fire over Crimean loans in blockbuster show. The Art Newspaper. 19 August.
Claire Voon (2016). UK Museum Ethics Committee Rejects Allegations of Corruption in BP's Sponsorships. Hyperallergic. 17 August.
Martin Bailey (2016). Polynesian sculpture admired by Picasso and Henry Moore far older than previously thought. The Art Newspaper. 15 August.
Casey Sanchez (2016). Lost and found: "What Was Ours". Santa Fe New Mexican. 12 August.
AFP (2016). Chilean filmmakers demand British repatriation of Easter Island statue. 9 News. 12 August.
A discussion for decades
Joana Gorjão Henriques (2016). Uma discussão de há décadas. Publico. 10 August.
UN News Centre (2016). Supported by the UN cultural agency, Nepal's quake-damaged museums re-open. UN News Centre. 10 August.
Robert Ekelund (2016). Why the booming contemporary art market is bad for art museums. The Washington Post. 4 August.
Dalya Alberge (2016). A Renaissance mystery adds to National Gallery vandalism fears. The Guardian. 31 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Director of Vienna's Belvedere Museum Dismissed Over Misconduct. ArtNet News. 28 July.
Mark Brown (2016). BP sparks campaigners' fury with new arts sponsorship deals. The Guardian. 28 July.
Jane Jakeman (2016). Undermined by silence: lack of provenance is devastating flaw of al-Sabah collection catalogue. The Art Newspaper. 26 July.
Daniel K. Eisenbud (2016). High Court of Justice okays transfer of ancient library to western Jerusalem. The Jerusalem Post. 24 July.
Mac Margolis (2016). Brazil's Museum of Stolen Beauty. Bloomberg. 22 July.
Patricia Manson (2016). Museums win bid to keep antiquities. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. 20 July.
Jessie Guy-Ryan (2016). Iconic Punk Rocker Defaces the British Library's Punk Rock Exhibit. Atlas Obscura. 17 July.
Olivia Paschal (2016). Syria, Colonialism, and the Yale Art Gallery. The Politic. 8 July.
ABC Australia (2016). Evidence mounts two National Gallery of Australia sculptures may have been looted. ABC Australia. 4 July.
Sally Pryor (2016). Two more antiquities may have to be returned by the National Gallery of Australia to India. The Sydney Morning Herald. 4 July.
In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces( )
Anne Quito (2016). In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces. Quartz. 2 July.
Menachem Rephun (2016). German Museum Repurchases 19th-Century Painting Stolen by Nazis. JP Updates. 30 June.
Michaela Boland (2016). Mess marks spot when food splatters masterpieces. The Australian. 23 June.
Brian Morton (2016). First Nations shrine collecting dust in New York museum's basement. Vancouver Sun. 23 June.
Nqobile Tshili (2016). Lobengula spear 'thief' nabbed. Chronicle. 16 June.
Joel Tsvakwi (2016). King Lobengula stolen 'golden spear' a replica. Bulawayo 24. 12 June.
Emily Sharpe (2016). Revealed: how altarpiece broke in disastrous fall at London's National Gallery. The Art Newspaper. 9 June.
ANSA (2016). Arte Ritrovata showcases recovered art. ANSA. 8 June.
News Net 5 (2016). Motion filed to drop charges in museum gem theft. News Net 5. 2 June.
Julia Halpern (2016). US Senate committee submits private museum findings to Internal Revenue Service. The Art Newspaper. 2 June.
Brian Boucher (2016). Louvre and Musée d'Orsay Close in Emergency Measure Against Seine Flooding. ArtNet News. 2 June.
James Cuno (2016). Isil rampage: a threat to cultural heritage that belongs to all. The Art Newspaper. 31 May.
Claire Voon (2016). Virginia Arts Commissioners Threaten to Defund Museum Over "Anti-Christian" Paintings. Hyperallergic. 20 May.
The News (2016). Inquiry report points out irregularities in Peshawar Museum. The News. 20 May.
Adam Vaughan (2016). Greenpeace activists scale British Museum to protest BP sponsorship. The Guardian. 19 May.
Claire Voon (2016). Protesters Disrupt a BP-Sponsored Exhibition at the British Museum. Hyperallergic. 18 May.
James Glanz (2016). Palestinian Museum Prepares to Open, Minus Exhibits. The New York Times. 16 May.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). Italian Mayor Refuses to Loan Piero della Francesca Masterpiece Fearing It Won't Be Returned. ArtNet News. 16 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Sohag archaeological gallery was not subjected to blaze: Ministry. Ahram Online. 11 May.
Giles Waterfield (2016). Can we trust in museum trustees?. Apollo. 29 April.
Carey Dunne (2016). Artists in Guggenheim Show Urge Museum to Resume Talks on Migrant Rights in Abu Dhabi. Hyperallergic. 29 April.
Sarah Lyall (2016). Off the Beat and Into a Museum: Art Helps Police Officers Learn to Look. The New York Times. 26 April.
Isaac Kaplan (2016). The Case against the Universal Museum. Artsy. 26 April.
Vibha Sharma (2016). National natural history museum gutted. The Tribune. 26 April.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Fired North Miami Museum Director Sues City for Wrongful Termination. ArtNet News. 25 April.
Patrick Sawer (2016). Hatton Garden vault - from daring heist to 'fascinating museum piece'. The Telegraph. 23 April.
Richard Emblin (2016). Crown of the Andes sold on the cheap?. The City Paper. 14 April.
TNN (2016). Dolls theft: Cops clueless even after 40 days. The Times of India. 5 April.
Associated Press (2016). Columbus family sues after Air Force museum security holds them at gunpoint. Cleveland.com. 4 April.
Margaret Atwood (2016). British Museum must sever its links with BP. The Guardian. 3 April.
The Chakra (2016). Australian Hindus Urge Sydney Art Gallery to Return Hindu Statue If Illegal Acquired. The Chakra. 2 April.
Tiffany Jenkins (2016). Obsessing about past 'wrongs' is to miss the power of culture. The Guardian. 2 April.
Michaela Boland (2016). AGNSW's 1000-year-old Hindu goddess 'may be illegal'. The Australian. 2 April.
Martin Bailey (2016). Sekhemka to leave the UK as export licence deadline passes. The Art Newspaper. 1 April.
The Shillong Times (2016). CAG holds Directorate of Arts & Culture guilty. The Shillong Times. 28 March.
S. Vijay Kumar (2016). Priceless Indian Artefacts With Australia; Will They Ever Come Back Home?. Swarajya. 27 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Museum of Islamic Art regains its allure after two-year restoration. Ahram Online. 27 March.
Rain Embuscado (2016). Brussels Museum Reopens With Increased Security Following Terrorist Attacks. ArtNet News. 24 March.
The Hans India (2016). Panagal museum - now open to thieves, vandals. The Hans India. 22 March.
Paul Lynch (2016). Egyptian bid to buy Sekhemka statue back for £15m is 'unethical', says action group. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 18 March.
Rosemary Neill (2016). Repatriation of indigenous artefacts a hot topic for museums. The Australian. 12 March.
Paul Lynch (2016). Egyptian embassy could buy Sekhemka statue and loan it to British Museum. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 11 March.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Landmark Fabergé loan show scuppered by rising political tensions. The Art Newspaper. 10 March.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Secret flight path of the Parthenon statue. The Art Newspaper. 9 March.
Martin Bailey (2016). Egyptian ambassador proposes plan to share Sekhemka. The Art Newspaper. 8 March.
Samuel J. Redman (2016). How Many Human Skeletons Are in U.S. Museums?. History News Network. 6 March.
Cahil Milmo (2016). Museums spending too little to prevent artefacts being stolen from their collections, expert warns. The Independent. 1 March.
Patricia Treble (2016). Why art galleries are quietly clearing out their vaults. McLean's. 28 February.
Ken Faulk (2016). Birmingham Museum of Art wants painting gone, but who owns the artwork?. AL.com. 26 February.
Geoff Hiscock (2016). Australian gallery identifies looted Indian treasures. Nikkei. 26 February.
Helen Stoilas (2016). Met clarifies 'pay what you wish' entry after legal settlement. The Art Newspaper. 26 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). Provenance of Ros Packer buy shaping up as bull. The Australian. 18 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). National Gallery judged victim of fraud over Asian antiquities. The Australian. 18 February.
Simon Thomen (2016). National Gallery of Australia review finds 22 works of 'insufficient or questionable' provenance. Business Insider. 17 February.
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Chika Okeke (2016). FG Partners Diasfund To Establish First Africa Digital Museum. Leadership. 5 February.
Nick Bieber (2016). 'Short-sighted' council 'lost opportunity to put Northampton on the map' by selling Sekhemka. Northants Herald & Post. 3 February.
Whitney Hales (2016). Museum of Art opts for student security guards, not Plexiglas. The Universe. 31 January.
Stephan Rockefeller (2016). Thousands of dollars missing from Museum of Idaho. East Idaho News. 29 January.
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Katrina Valcourt (2016). Director Stephan Jost Steps Down from the Honolulu Museum of Art in March. Honolulu Magazine. 27 January.
The Gisborne Herald (2016). Connecting with artefacts taken by Cook. The Gisborne Herald. 25 January.
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Javier Pes (2016). Local councils resist temptation to cash-in on their art—for the time being. The Art Newspaper. 13 January.
Joel Baden (2016). Can Hobby Lobby Buy the Bible?. The Atlantic. 7 January.
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Todd McEwen (2015). Former Art Gallery of Northumberland curator Dorette Carter found guilty. Northumberland News. 21 December.
Lambayeque: Recreation in Panama the site of the intact tomb of the Lord of Sipán
RPP (2015). Lambayeque: difunden en Panamá hallazgo de tumba intacta de Señor de Sipán. RPP. 19 December.
Figurine from sophisticated ancient South African society creates culture war over whether it should be allowed to tour abroad( )
AFP (2015). Figurine from sophisticated ancient South African society creates culture war over whether it should be allowed to tour abroad. The Japan Times. 18 December.
Steve Johnson (2015). Former Field Museum employee charged with theft resulting in $900,000 loss. The Chicago Tribune. 16 December.
Steve Johnson (2015). Former Field Museum employee accused of stealing $900,000 over 7 years. The Chicago Tribune. 11 December.
Amelia Caddy (2015). Indigenous objects return to Australia in new exhibition. Australian Geographic. 7 December.
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Adam Vaughan (2015). Science Museum ends sponsorship deal with Shell. The Guardian. 12 November.
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TF Chan (2015). Box fresh: Suha Traboulsi and Walid Raad's elegy to stolen art at Aïshti. Wallpaper. 4 November.
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Lucy Cormack (2015). Fire destroys historic trams and buses at Sydney Tramway Museum. The Sydney Morning Herald. 24 October.
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Maxwell L. Anderson (2015). How to Save Art From Islamic State. The Wall Street Journal. 20 October.
Greta Mart (2015). Museum Of The Aleutians Closes After 1801 Bible Found In Director's House. KUCB. 19 October.
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Abigail Rowe (2015). Elizabeth Hurley Booted From V&A Museum After Selfie on 16th-Century Bed. Observer. 13 October.
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Bath Echo (2015). Chance For Locals To Turn Detective Over Art Forgery. Bath Echo. 1 October.
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Henri Neuendorf (2015). Vandals Smear Anti-Semitic Graffiti on Munich's Haus der Kunst. ArtNet News. 18 September.
Simon Hewitt (2015). Prague's Titian loan show delayed after insurers refuse to ship works. The Art Newspaper. 18 September.
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Nevine El-Aref (2015). Tutankhamun's mask to undergo restoration in October. Ahram Online. 15 September.
Kevin Rawlinson (2015). Activists occupy British Museum over BP sponsorship. The Guardian. 13 September.
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Third Piece Of Legendary "Christ Trilogy" To Be Removed From Debrecen Museum After Talks Collapse With National Bank( )
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One of the world's most respected curators vanished from the art world. Now she wants to tell her story.( )
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Victoria Stapley-Brown (2015). British Museum's ivory icons denied US entry for loan show. The Art Newspaper. 1 July.
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Kanishk Tharoor (2015). Museums and looted art: the ethical dilemma of preserving world cultures. The Guardian. 29 June.
Valuable statue stolen from the church of San Francisco appeared in the Yumbel museum
Pura Noticia (2015). Valiosa imagen robada a iglesia de San Francisco apareció en museo de Yumbel. Pura Noticia. 31 May.
Valuable 18th century sculpture stolen from the Church of San Francisco Recovered
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Haaretz (2014). Whereabouts and future of Gaza Apollo still unclear. Haaretz. 21 March.
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