Laura Wiltshire (2020). Four Toi Moko welcomed back to New Zealand after 'long, wrong' journey to Germany. Stuff.co.nz. 3 November.
German art collector, 38, is fighting extradition to UK from Portugal over claims she sold 'Kusama pumpkin' for £1.1million but refused to hand it over to the buyer( )
Faith Ridler (2020). German art collector, 38, is fighting extradition to UK from Portugal over claims she sold 'Kusama pumpkin' for £1.1million but refused to hand it over to the buyer. The Daily Mail. 2 November.
Amanda Kooser (2020). Cryptic Nebra sky disk might not be so ancient after all, say scientists. CNet. 4 September.
Vincent Noce (2020). French dealer sues over Egyptian stele seized on way to Tefaf New York. The Art Newspaper. 4 September.
Andre Chumko (2020). German museum agrees to return mummified Māori heads to NZ. Stuff.co.nz. 3 September.
Almut Dieden (2020). Colonial art: The case of a piece stolen from Cameroon. CW. 2 September.
Catherine Hickley (2020). Berlin returns tattooed Maori heads to New Zealand. The Art Newspaper. 2 September.
Antonio Cascais (2020). Germany's colonial past catches up with it. DW. 30 August.
German art dealer and socialite, 38, is arrested in Lisbon and faces being extradited to UK over '£1m sale of Yayoi Kusama pumpkin that buyer never received'( )
Nicole Conner (2020). German art dealer and socialite, 38, is arrested in Lisbon and faces being extradited to UK over '£1m sale of Yayoi Kusama pumpkin that buyer never received'. The Daily Mail. 24 August.
DW (2020). Burundi to demand €36 billion from Germany, Belgium for colonial rule: report. DW. 16 August.
Josh Gabert-Doyon (2020). Auction House Repatriates Sacred Indigenous Items, Possibly a Human Scalp. Vice. 11 August.
Charles Darwent (2020). Ulay obituary. The Guardian. 11 March.
Security Guards Are Under Investigation as the $1 Billion Green Vault Heist in Dresden Increasingly Looks Like an Inside Job( )
Kate Brown (2020). Security Guards Are Under Investigation as the $1 Billion Green Vault Heist in Dresden Increasingly Looks Like an Inside Job. ArtNet News. 9 March.
Catherine Hickley (2020). Italy hands Nazi-looted Renaissance sculpture from the Uffizi to Germany. The Art Newspaper. 21 February.
Austin Davis (2020). Berlin gold coin heist: 3 sentenced to jail. DW. 20 February.
Anastassia Boutsko (2020). How Berlin's lost Victoria statue turned up at the Hermitage Museum. DW. 14 February.
Graham Bowley (2020). The Mystery of the Painting in Gallery 634. The New York Times. 8 February.
Carien Du Plessis (2020). Germany needs to confront its not-so-hidden history of colonial slaughter in Namibia. Daily Maverick. 6 February.
A Nazi-looted art database prevailed in German court after a collector demanded it take down a painting.( )
Christy Kuesel (2020). A Nazi-looted art database prevailed in German court after a collector demanded it take down a painting.. Artsy. 4 February.
Sean Sinico (2020). Germany returns antiquities to Mexico. DW. 17 January.
AFP (2020). Dutch art sleuth finds rare stolen copy of 'Prince of Persian poets'. France 24. 17 January.
Kate Brown (2019). Three Munich Museums Restitute 9 Nazi-Looted Artworks to the Heirs of Jewish Collectors. ArtNet News. 5 August.
Helen Holmes (2019). Christie's Worked With the FBI to Return Art Looted by Nazis. Observer. 2 August.
FBI (2019). FBI New York Art Crime Team Returns Vases Stolen During Nazi Rule in Germany. FBI.gov. 1 August.
Henri Neuendorf (2019). Germany Is Returning Artifacts Stolen From a Namibian Freedom Fighter During Its Colonial Rule. ArtNet News. 15 February.
Sara Angel (2019). Germany still has a problematic approach towards Nazi-era art restitution. The Globe and Mail. 15 February.
AFP (2019). German auction house pulls 26 'Hitler paintings' on forgery fears. France 24. 7 February.
Associated Press (2019). Jewish collector's heirs claim US painting was stolen by Nazis. Ynet. 5 February.
Catherine Hickley (2019). Germany allocates €1.9m for museums to research colonial-era acquisitions. The Art Newspaper. 5 February.
David Crossland (2019). Art market `turns blind eye' to Hitler fakes. The Times. 3 February.
Tarisai Ngangura (2019). The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections. Vice. 25 January.
Sönje Storm (2019). Colonial art restitution: 'The desire is not to wipe museums clean'. DW. 23 January.
Ofer Aderet (2019). Were Your Family's Books Stolen by the Nazis? New Online Initiative Might Help You Find Them. Haaretz. 22 January.
Ofer Aderet (2019). The Books Stolen by the Nazis That Made It Back to the Jewish Victims' Heirs. Haaretz. 20 January.
DPA (2019). German Owners of Painting Sought by Italy Say It's Not Nazi-looted Art. Haaretz. 15 January.
P.J. Grisar (2019). Librarians And Researchers Are Finally Making Strides Returning Nazi-Looted Books. Forward. 15 January.
Milton Esterow (2019). The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves. The New York Times. 14 January.
Fascinating 17th century 'social document' plundered during WWII recovered after being put up for auction( )
Stuart Dowell (2018). Fascinating 17th century 'social document' plundered during WWII recovered after being put up for auction. The First News. 28 December.
Wiebke Ahrndt (2018). German museums 'willing to return' looted colonial objects. DW. 26 December.
Egypt Independent (2018). Egyptian Ex-Minister Calls for Return of Nefertiti's Bust From Germany. Albawaba. 21 December.
Mohammad Ali (2018). Restitution Of Cultural Property To Germany Out Of Question - Russian Culture Ministry. Urdu Point. 20 December.
Adbi Latif Dahir (2018). Kenya is starting to track its valuable stolen artifacts worldwide—with German help. Quartz. 12 December.
Monika Griebeler (2018). What the Nazis stole from synagogues during the November 1938 pogrom. DW. 9 November.
Catherine Hickley (2018). A Family Recovered Most of What the Nazis Stole. But Not This.. The New York Times. 31 October.
Juliane Helmhold (2018). Paintings Looted by Nazis to eh Presented in Israel for the First Time. The Jerusalem Post. 4 October.
Allison McNearney (2018). How One of Hitler's Favorite Works of Art Got Stolen—Twice. The Daily Beast. 21 September.
Telesur (2018). Peru: Ministry Displays Recovered Stolen Cultural Pieces. Telesur. 21 September.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Red tape is stifling German auctions. The Art Newspaper. 17 September.
Meilan Solly (2018). Cornelius Wasn't the Only Gurlitt Sibling to Inherit Nazi-Looted Art. Smithsonian. 13 September.
It Turns Out Cornelius Gurlitt's Sister Hid Nazi-Looted Art, Too, as Four Drawings Are Returned to Jewish Heirs( )
Naomi Rea (2018). It Turns Out Cornelius Gurlitt's Sister Hid Nazi-Looted Art, Too, as Four Drawings Are Returned to Jewish Heirs. ArtNet News. 11 September.
DW (2018). Nazi-looted art: 4 further works from Gurlitt collection identified. DW. 10 September.
Telesur (2018). Germany Returns Stolen Peruvian Pre-Incan Mask 21 Years Later. Telesur. 7 September.
Max Channon (2018). Illegally salvaged U-boat propeller given back German Navy in Plymouth. Plymouth Live. 4 September.
William D. Cohan (2018). Jewish heirs take on an art foundation that rights Nazi wrongs. Business Mirror. 3 September.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). "These ancestor remains were stolen and sold overseas". Maori Television. 13 July.
BBC News (2018). Artefacts worth €40m recovered in raids across Europe. BBC News. 4 July.
Polina Garaev (2018). Berlin museum returns Nazi-looted 15th century relic to Jewish collector's heirs. i24 News. 2 July.
Philip Oltermann (2018). Germany moves slowly on returning museum exhibits to ex-colonies. The Guardian. 17 May.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Berlin's Ethnological Museum returns Alaskan grave artefacts looted by explorer. The Art Newspaper. 17 May.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Hamburg museum says its Benin bronzes could return to Nigeria—but not yet. The Art Newspaper. 11 May.
Catherine Hickley (2018). German researchers trace Jewish newspaper mogul's vast Nazi-looted art collection. The Art Newspaper. 8 May.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Canadians withdraw from Düsseldorf show about Jewish dealer Max Stern. The Art Newspaper. 3 May.
Dina Gold (2018). Jewish ghosts linger as German households still make use of stolen heirlooms. The Times of Israel. 25 April.
Cristina Burack (2018). Trial for mass theft of Georg Baselitz art starts in Munich. DW. 10 April.
German Culture Minister Meets With France to Find Common Ground on Colonial Heritage and European Policy( )
Kate Brown (2018). German Culture Minister Meets With France to Find Common Ground on Colonial Heritage and European Policy. ArtNet News. 10 April.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Unknown or Unreal? The Shadow on Some Russian Avant-Garde Art. The New York Times. 6 April.
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.
Laurie Rojas (2018). Christian Jankowski fills Berlin auction house with 'fakes'. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
BBC News (2018). Germany returns 3,000-year-old Olmec statues to Mexico. BBC News. 21 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.
Madeline Schwatz (2018). Face to face with the Gurlitt hoard. Apollo. 31 January.
Hili Perlson (2018). Art Thieves Target Markus Lüpertz—Again—in a Brazen Robbery. ArtNet News. 15 January.
Failed Extortion - Thieves return Nolde painting
Welt (2018). Erpressung gescheitert – Diebe geben Nolde-Gemälde zurück. Welt. 12 January.
Javier Pes (2018). Is a Drawing in the Gurlitt Hoard an Unknown Early Work by Henry Moore?. ArtNet News. 9 January.
Claire Voon (2017). Artists Build a Holocaust Memorial Beside Far-Right German Politician's House. Hyperallergic. 27 December.
Montreal Gazette (2017). German museum reverses plan to cancel show on Montreal gallery owner Max Stern. Montreal Gazette. 22 December.
Kwame Opoku (2017). Humboldt Forum And Selective Amnesia: Research Instead Of Restitution Of African Artefacts.. Modern Ghana. 22 December.
Catherine Hickley (2017). In Reversal, Düsseldorf Will Hold Exhibition About Jewish Dealer. The New York Times. 21 December.
Associated Press (2017). German museum returning objects robbed from Alaskan graves. KTUU. 19 December.
Janice Arnold (2017). WJC President Raps Duesseldorf For Cancelled Max Stern Exhibit. The Canadian Jewish News. 8 December.
Radio Poland (2017). Polish painting withdrawn from London auction. Radio Poland. 28 November.
BBC News (2017). Stolen John Lennon items recovered in Berlin. BBC News. 21 November.
Michael Kimmelman (2017). The Void at the Heart of 'Gurlitt: Status Report'. The New York Times. 19 November.
Montreal Gazette (2017). Cancellation of Max Stern exhibition an affront to memory. Montreal Gazette. 17 November.
Catherine Solyom (2017). German museum cancels Max Stern exhibit because of 'restitution claims'. Montreal Gazette. 16 November.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Düsseldorf abruptly cancels exhibition about Jewish dealer Max Stern. The Art Newspaper. 15 November.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Painting looted from Hitler to be auctioned in Cologne. The Art Newspaper. 14 November.
Ewan Callaway (2017). Archaeologists say human evolution study used stolen bone. Nature. 13 November.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Malevich painting in Düsseldorf state collection exposed as forgery. The Art Newspaper. 10 November.
C. Paton (2017). Ancient Mayan Heads Smuggled Out of Guatemala Return Home After More Than 50 Years. Newsweek. 10 November.
Telesur (2017). Guatemala Welcomes Home Mayan Artifacts Rescued from Europe. Telesur. 9 November.
Michael Glover (2017). Nazi art theft: How Hitler's art dealer amassed looted paintings to save his own skin. The Independent. 8 November.
The Straits Times (2017). The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art. The Straits Times. 6 November.
Virginie Nussbaum (2017). Secrets Of A Courbet "Ghost" Landscape In Switzerland. World Crunch. 3 November.
Ben Crair (2017). Thieves Are Breaking Into Zoos and Stealing Rare Animals. National Geographic. 3 November.
Riham Alkousaa (2017). Nazi-era art hoard makes German exhibition debut in Bonn. Reuters. 2 November.
Melissa Eddy (2017). Hidden Treasures of Nazis' Art Dealer Finally Go on Display. The New York Times. 1 November.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Hurghada airport officials foil attempt to smuggle 18th-century Coptic icon. Ahram Online. 29 October.
Artlyst (2017). Gurlitt Nazi Looted Art Collection Goes On Display. Artlyst. 28 October.
Kate Connolly (2017). Works hoarded by son of Nazi art dealer to go on public display. The Guardian. 27 October.
KHON (2017). Remains stolen from burial caves return to Hawaii after more than a century. KHON. 26 October.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Painting in Gurlitt hoard identified as Nazi loot—thanks to a tiny repair hole. The Art Newspaper. 26 October.
Associated Press (2017). German State Returns Human Bones Stolen From Hawaii Caves. US News. 23 October.
Pressure On Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation And Humboldt-Forum To Return Illegally Acquired Artefacts And Human Remains( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). Pressure On Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation And Humboldt-Forum To Return Illegally Acquired Artefacts And Human Remains. Modern Ghana. 20 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Looted Benin bronzes to be lent back to Nigeria. The Art Newspaper. 16 October.
SwissInfo (2017). Gurlitt's Swiss dealer breaks silence on his client. Expatica. 12 October.
Kristin Hugo (2017). 1,000 African Skulls Stolen for Racist Research in Germany Discovered in a Museum Basement. Newsweek. 6 October.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Vandals spray swastika on Sculpture Projects Münster exhibit. The Art Newspaper. 25 September.
David Charter (2017). Berlin police laugh off theft of their own Nazi artefacts. The Sunday Times. 22 September.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Germany launches internet portal to fight art trafficking. The Art Newspaper. 19 September.
Allison McNearney (2017). Who Stole 'The Big Maple Leaf,' the Biggest Coin in the World?. The Daily Beast. 16 September.
Edmund Heaphy (2017). German Police Uncover $3 Million Art Heist, Including Baselitz Work. The New York Times. 5 September.
Associated Press (2017). Italy displays marble Roman head stolen in World War II. The Times of Israel. 2 September.
Associated Press (2017). Germany investigating cultural goods lost under communists. Timmins Today. 1 September.
Barbara Finkelstein (2017). The Mystery Behind The Lost Books Of A Cherished Lublin Yeshiva. Forward. 31 August.
Daniel Sugarman (2017). Follow our example and return Nazi-looted art, German bakery firm urges companies. The Jewish Chronicle. 23 August.
DW (2017). Cologne secures cathedral in light of Sagrada Familia terror plot. DW. 23 August.
Joe Miller (2017). 'We should give back art looted by the Nazis'. BBC News. 22 August.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Conservators remove fungus and cobwebs from Gurlitt hoard. The Art Newspaper. 15 August.
Daniel Witkin (2017). What Became of Europe's Nazi-Looted Libraries?. Forward. 8 August.
JTA (2017). Germany Returns Books Stolen by Nazis to Holocaust Survivors, Heirs. The Jerusalem Post. 7 August.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). 80 Years After Hitler's 'Degenerate Art' Show, Two German Museums Confront Its Dark Legacy. ArtNet News. 4 August.
Naomi Rea (2017). With Repeat Attacks, Skulptur Projekte Münster Proves a Playground for Thieves and Vandals. ArtNet News. 1 August.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Thieves damage Koki Tanaka work at Sculpture Projects Münster. The Art Newspaper. 1 August.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Artist Ida Ekblad Wins the Right to Feature a CEO's 6-Year-Old Daughter in Her Work. ArtNet News. 28 July.
Rachel Bishop (2017). Stolen £3.3m solid gold Queen Elizabeth II coin 'found melted down' after 'Lebanese mafia' arrests. The Mirror. 28 July.
Catherine Hickley (2017). After 26 Years, Munich Settles Case Over a Klee Looted by Nazis. The New York Times. 26 July.
Vicente Silva Vargas (2017). El alemán que descubrió San Agustín y se robó 21 estatuas. Laboyanos. 26 July.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Painting From Goering's Collection Is Returned to Banker's Heirs. The New York Times. 21 July.
Hili Perlson (2017). Vandals Destroy Nicole Eisenman's Celebrated Artwork for Skulptur Projekte Münster Overnight. ArtNet News. 20 July.
BBC News (2017). Germany makes arrests over theft of giant solid-gold coin. BBC News. 12 July.
David Shimer (2017). Four Are Arrested in Theft of Giant Gold Coin From Berlin Museum. The New York Times. 12 July.
Cecily Hilleary (2017). Native American Artists to Lawmakers: Clamp Down on Counterfeiters. Voice of America. 12 July.
Gaby Reucher (2017). Stolen by a Russian spy, Dutch painting now returned to German museum. DW. 11 July.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Dusseldorf museum pulls painting from show after Nazi loot claim. The Art Newspaper. 11 July.
AFP (2017). First works from Nazi-era art hoard arrive at Swiss museum. The Local. 9 July.
SwissInfo (2017). Feather thief behind bars after CHF6 million museum raids. SwissInfo. 5 July.
Melissa Eddy (2017). Exhibitions offer a look at art stolen or bought by the Nazis. Business Mirror. 3 July.
Noah Charney (2017). The first glimpse inside a Nazi looted art collection. Salon. 2 July.
Stefan Dege (2017). 'Suspicious' art from Nazi dealer to go on show in Germany. DW. 27 June.
Gareth Harris (2017). Ei Arakawa sculpture vandalised at Sculpture Projects Münster. The Art Newspaper. 21 June.
Joshua Espinoza (2017). Frank Ocean Has Been Accused of Stealing the Art for His blondedRadio Show. Complex. 8 June.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). How Two Top Collectors Avoided Germanys New Protectionist Art Law. ArtNet News. 2 June.
Megan Gannon (2017). Lost Since World War II, Egyptian Artifact Returns to Germany. Live Science. 1 June.
Noah Charney (2017). Why did the Nazis steal so many books?. Salon. 28 May.
Allison Meier (2017). Dozens of Māori and Moriori Remains Return to New Zealand from European Museums. Hyperallergic. 25 May.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Pissarro painting in Gurlitt trove returned to heir of Max Heilbronn. The Art Newspaper. 23 May.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Dr. Oetker compensates Jewish heirs for silver windmill cup in collection. The Art Newspaper. 19 May.
Associated Press (2017). Tiara adorned with 367 diamonds stolen from German museum. The Daily Mail. 8 May.
Cyprus Mail (2017). Church regains three icons stolen from the north. Cyprus Mail. 5 May.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Alex Katz Painting Stolen From Munich Gallery in Broad Daylight. ArtNet News. 2 May.
Wreck of Nazi ship believed to have been carrying priceless stolen artwork when it was sunk in 1943 by a submarine attack is discovered close to Crimea( )
Fionn Hargreaves (2017). Wreck of Nazi ship believed to have been carrying priceless stolen artwork when it was sunk in 1943 by a submarine attack is discovered close to Crimea. The Daily Mail. 28 April.
Stewart Ain (2017). Holocaust memory under siege in political and artworlds. New Jersey Jewish News. 27 April.
Associated Press (2017). Bern museum awaits works from Gurlitt art collection in June. News 1130. 26 April.
German Press Agency (2017). Search for stolen gold coin throws up plenty of clues but no suspect. Daily Sabah. 26 April.
Reuters (2017). German group appeals decision to allow lawsuit over Nazi art theft claims. Reuters. 21 April.
Rafael Medoff (2017). The Nazis didn't just burn Jewish books - they stole millions, too. Haaretz. 20 April.
Stewart Ain (2017). Art provenance cases reveal complexities of Germany's record on restitution. The Jewish Week. 20 April.
Spencer S. Hsu (2017). Germany to appeal first ruling allowing Nazi-looted art claim against it in U.S. court. The Washington Post. 14 April.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Germany to investigate mass plunder of works of art by Stasi in Cold War era. The Art Newspaper. 13 April.
Sarah Cascone (2017). How the Nazi-Tainted Gurlitt Hoard Is Shaping documenta 14. ArtNet News. 4 April.
The Jewish Post (2017). US court: Jewish descendants can sue Germany for return of Nazi-looted art. The Jerusalem Post. 4 April.
Allison McNearney (2017). The Mystery of Lucian Freud's Missing 'Bacon'. The Daily Beast. 2 April.
Kerry Kolasa-Sikiaridi (2017). Stolen Antiquities Returned from Munich Arrive at National Archaeological Museum in Athens. Greek Reporter. 1 April.
Reuters (2017). Germany pays €1.2 million for Kirchner painting seized by Nazis. Ynet News. 31 March.
Gero Schliess (2017). After the theft of the Big Maple Leaf. DW. 31 March.
Jeff Starck (2017). German art police target Munich show in early March. Coin World. 31 March.
Melissa Eddy (2017). Thieves Take a Chunk of Change, All 221 Pounds of It, From a Berlin Museum. The New York Times. 27 March.
Kwame Anthony Appiah (2017). What Should You Do With Your Father's Nazi Keepsake?. The New York Times. 22 March.
Catherine Hickley (2017). German Art Collectors Face a Painful Past: Do I Own Nazi Loot?. The New York Times. 14 March.
Isaac Kaplan (2017). Police Raid Artist's Berlin Studio, Confiscate Artwork. Artsy. 10 March.
Isaac Kaplan (2017). Dr. Oetker Is Showing the World What to Do with Nazi-Looted Art. Artsy. 8 March.
Julia Hitz (2017). Facing Germany's colonial heritage: It's 'detective work'. DW. 7 March.
Kate Connolly (2017). Nazi art theft: Germany helps Jewish collector's heirs hunt stolen works. The Guardian. 7 March.
Ozgen Acar (2017). Old fisherman still homesick. Hurriyet Daily News. 4 March.
Holly Watt (2017). Bank's Kandinsky painting was looted by Nazis, says family. The Guardian. 3 March.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Ancient bronze statuette lost after the Second World War returns to Berlin. The Art Newspaper. 1 March.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Sotheby's catalogue mistakenly includes work forged by Wolfgang Beltracchi. The Art Newspaper. 24 February.
Ken Schwartz (2017). Stolen Gate Returned to Germany's Dachau Concentration Camp. Voice of America. 24 February.
Associated Press (2017). Germany returns Adolph von Menzel drawing sold under Nazi persecution. CBC. 20 February.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Markus Lüpertz Ditches His Düsseldorf Studio. ArtNet News. 16 February.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Here's Your Chance to See Cornelius Gurlitt's Infamous Art Trove. ArtNet News. 16 February.
Ömer Erbil (2017). Stolen artifacts from Turkey found in Germany. Hurriyet Daily News. 14 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Germany Arrests Alleged Mastermind Behind Bardo Museum Terror Attack. ArtNet News. 9 February.
Stunning portrait stolen by the Nazis finds a permanent home in Cambridge ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day( )
Adam Care (2017). Stunning portrait stolen by the Nazis finds a permanent home in Cambridge ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day. Cambridge News. 27 January.
Guatemala recovers 22 archaeological pieces from abroad
Marlyn Valddez De León (2017). Guatemala recupera 22 piezas arqueológicas en el extranjero. AGN. 24 January.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Woman Accidentally Locked Inside a Museum in Germany. ArtNet News. 24 January.
The New Times (2017). Colonial looting of our culture calls for justice. The New Times. 19 January.
JTA (2017). German family firm to return Nazi-looted artwork to Jewish heirs. The Times of Israel. 13 January.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Nazi-loot panel asks Sprengel Museum to return Schmidt-Rottluff work to heirs. The Art Newspaper. 10 January.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). David Chipperfield's Nazi-Era Renovation Plan of Munich's Haus der Kunst Sparks Outrage. ArtNet News. 29 December.
Roman Antiquity Missing Since World War II Found in Russia Roman Antiquity Missing Since World War II Found in Russia( )
Hili Perlson (2016). Roman Antiquity Missing Since World War II Found in Russia Roman Antiquity Missing Since World War II Found in Russia. ArtNet News. 28 December.
David Rising (2016). Modern fight over ancient library. The Journal Gazette. 27 December.
Jamie Stengle (2016). Tapestry returning to Germany. The Durango Herald. 17 December.
Oscar Lopez (2016). The Tech behind Bitcoin Could Help Artists and Protect Collectors. So Why Won't They Use It?. Artsy. 16 December.
Court: Gurlitt's will is valid
Monopol (2016). Gericht: Gurlitts Testament ist gültig. Monopol. 15 December.
The Japan Times (2016). Bavaria to get back tapestry taken by GI from Hitler's Eagle's Nest. The Japan Times. 15 December.
Graham Bowley (2016). German Panel Rules That a Rare Violin Was Looted by Nazis. The New York Times. 9 December.
JTA (2016). Heirs of Jewish art dealer sue German state for return of Nazi-looted artwork. The Times of Israel. 7 December.
Nicholas O'Donnell (2016). Heirs of Nazi-Persecuted Art Dealer Alfred Flechtheim Sue Bavarian Museums. JD Supra. 7 December.
Jason Daley (2016). Gate Stolen From Dachau Concentration Camp Recovered in Norway. Smithsonian. 6 December.
Karla Pequenino (2016). Stolen Dachau concentration camp gate may have been found in Norway. CNN. 2 December.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Berlin returns Nazi-looted sculpture to Jewish publisher's family. The Art Newspaper. 2 December.
Sarah Bruce (2016). Divers looted wrecks of sunken ships in Scapa Flow: Men fined in "first of its kind" case. The Press and Journal. 30 November.
BBC News (2016). Divers fined for raiding sunken German warships at Scapa Flow. BBC News. 29 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). Iran Cancels Long-Awaited Exhibition of Shah Collection in Berlin. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Germany to fund research into Nazis' 'degenerate art'. The Art Newspaper. 21 November.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Germany appoints first Jewish members to Nazi-loot art panel. The Art Newspaper. 11 November.
Lexi Metherell (2016). Possible 'first encounter' Aboriginal shield uncovered in Berlin. The New Daily. 10 November.
Alvaro Tassano (2016). Germany returns ancient relics. Peru This Week. 9 November.
Matt Novak (2016). Nobody Knows If These Nazi Home Movies Were Lost, Stolen or Destroyed at the National Archives. Gizmodo. 3 November.
The Jewish Press (2016). German Frozen Pizza Maker Reveals Nazi Art Loot in Company Collection. The Jewish Press. 31 October.
Noah Charney (2016). Ulay Remembers the Crime of a Lifetime 40 Years Later. Observer. 26 October.
New Era (2016). Rukoro hints at reparation package. New Era. 25 October.
Ilan Ben Zion (2016). Mummy portraits stolen by Nazis, recovered, sell for over $300,000. The Times of India. 25 October.
Jefferson Chase (2016). Critics say Bavaria not doing enough on looted art. DW. 13 October.
Tobias Heimbach (2016). When Art Thieves Target Treasures In Churches. World Crunch. 30 September.
Conrad De Aenlle (2016). Cultural Property Protection Law Comes Under Fire in Germany. The New York Times. 29 September.
Dan Duray (2016). Anita Halpin among beneficiaries of Neue Galerie restitution. The Art Newspaper. 28 September.
The Jewish Voice (2016). Lawful Heir of Artworks Looted by Gestapo Files Lawsuit in DC Federal Court. The Jewish Voice. 28 September.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Cologne to return Menzel drawing sold in 1939 to Hildebrand Gurlitt. The Art Newspaper. 27 September.
Graham Bowley (2016). Neue Galerie Returns Painting Seized by Nazis and Then Rebuys It in Settlement. The New York Times. 27 September.
Markus Hilgert (2016). Germany's new cultural protection law welcomed abroad. DW. 21 September.
Press Association (2016). The memorial plaque for David Bowie in Berlin has been stolen. Press Association. 20 September.
Robert Booth (2016). Battle of Jutland war graves 'vandalised' by illegal metal scavengers. The Guardian. 18 September.
RT (2016). Nazi treasure hunt: Spain wants return of 'Aryan' artifacts gifted to Third Reich in 1940s. RT. 30 August.
Simon Jenkins (2016). From Timbuktu to Grimsby, heritage deserves to be restored and revered. The Guardian. 25 August.
Thomas Rogers (2016). Rise of the Nazi-Grave Robbers. Bloomberg. 23 August.
Vicky Smith (2016). Prized painting stolen from Adolf Hitler comes to light 71 years later. Mirror. 12 August.
Julia Michalska (2016). Pioneering war photographer Gerda Taro's images vandalised in Leipzig. The Art Newspaper. 12 August.
Brian Boucher (2016). 90-Year-Old Vandalizes Crossword Artwork, Then Claims Copyright on the Result. ArtNet News. 5 August.
Catherine Hickley (2016). German culture minister promises to reform Limbach Commission after mounting criticism. The Art Newspaper. 5 August.
Melanie Gerlis (2016). Magnus app founder hits back at critics. The Art Newspaper. 4 August.
Brian Boucher (2016). Magnus Art-Pricing App Pulled from Apple Store Amid Evidence of Extensive Data Theft. ArtNet News. 1 August.
Alexandra Sims (2016). German tourists scale Colosseum in night time stunt. The Independent. 1 August.
Hili Perlson (2016). Long-Lost Engraving by Albrecht Dürer Discovered at Flea Market. ArtNet News. 29 July.
Associated Press (2016). Cologne cathedral hires lawyer to stop Pokemon players. Catholic Herald. 27 July.
Mehr News Agency (2016). Iran's National Library receives 2 rare Quran manuscripts. Mehr News Agency. 23 July.
Boruch Shubert (2016). Descendants of Jewish Owners Continue to Pursue Nazi-Stolen Art. The Jewish Voice. 20 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). New Research Says Gurlitt Collection Could Include 91 Nazi-Looted Works. ArtNet News. 19 July.
Doreen Carvajal (2016). Nazi Art Loot Returned... to Nazis. The New York Times. 15 July.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Bavarian Parliament Will Investigate Claims that Looted Art Was Returned to Nazis. ArtNet News. 15 July.
Catherine Hickley (2016). German Parliament passes controversial law to protect cultural heritage. The Art Newspaper. 9 July.
JTA (2016). Netanyahu unwittingly secreted original Auschwitz blueprints to Israel. The Times of Israel. 7 July.
Retired museum professionals in opposition
Marcus Woeller (2016). Nur die Museums-Pensionäre befinden sich im Widerstand. Die Welt. 4 July.
Menachem Rephun (2016). German Museum Repurchases 19th-Century Painting Stolen by Nazis. JP Updates. 30 June.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Art Experts Blast Bavarian Museums' Attempt to Rebut Nazi Loot Claims. ArtNet News. 29 June.
Guelda Voien (2016). Bavaria Sold Nazi Looted Art Back to Nazis: Report. Observer. 28 June.
Catherine Hickley (2016). What Germany's tough new law could mean for the antiquities market. The Art Newspaper. 27 June.
DW (2016). Germany passes law to keep art of 'national value' in the country. DW. 23 June.
News in English (2016). German warship wreckage protected. News in English. 17 June.
Reuters (2016). Relic of Pope John Paul II stolen from Cologne Cathedral. Business Insider. 5 June.
Reuters (2016). Kraftwerk lose legal battle over their music being sampled. The Guardian. 31 May.
The Forward (2016). Germany Backtracks, Will Install Jewish Member in Committee on Nazi-looted Art. Haaretz. 27 May.
Arutz Sheva (2016). German Minister: Put Jew on Nazi art committee. Arutz Sheva. 26 May.
Mark Duell (2016). First World War sea graves hit by 'industrial-scale looting'. The Daily Mail. 23 May.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Berlin's lost Renaissance sculptures rediscovered in the Pushkin Museum. The Art Newspaper. 19 May.
Nicholas O'Donnell (2016). Guelph Treasure Heirs Explain Why Case Belongs in U.S. Court. JD Supra. 13 May.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Fire at Rosemarie Trockel's House Ruins $34 Million Worth of Art. ArtNet News. 4 May.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Gurlitt Exhibition Postponed Due to Relative's Legal Challenge. ArtNet News. 21 April.
Hili Perlson (2016). 11 Picasso Works Stolen from German Bank's Collection. ArtNet News. 18 April.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Storm clouds gather over German art market. The Art Newspaper. 14 April.
Greg Flakus (2016). Documentary Examines US Soldier Who Stole Priceless Art. Voice of America. 6 April.
AFP (2016). Swiss, German museums to show Nazi-era art hoard. 7 News. 5 April.
Eve M. Kahn (2016). Does My Family Own a Painting Looted by Nazis?. The New York Times. 5 April.
David D'Arcy (2016). Blind, 90-year-old son of Holocaust victims sues to find his family's art. The Art Newspaper. 1 April.
The Canadian Jewish News (2016). After 25 years, German doctor returns rare, ancient coin to Israel. The Canadian Jewish News. 30 March.
Catherine Hickley (2016). German museum seeks funding to purchase looted Kirchner. The Art Newspaper. 18 March.
Cory Doctorow (2016). Covert scan of museum's Nefertiti bust appears to be hoax. BoingBoing. 8 March.
How to handle fakes, copyright and catalogues raisonnés: Berlin institute offers tips for artists' estates( )
Anny Shaw (2016). How to handle fakes, copyright and catalogues raisonnés: Berlin institute offers tips for artists' estates. The Art Newspaper. 4 March.
Alison Smale (2016). Germany to Continue Funding to Establish Provenance of Looted Art. The New York Times. 3 March.
Art Daily (2016). Symposium at MKG develops ideas for dealing with silver formerly owned by Jews in museums. Art Daily. 22 February.
Claire Voon (2016). Artists Covertly Scan Bust of Nefertiti and Release the Data for Free Online. Hyperallergic. 19 February.
Artlyst (2016). Art Dealer Torsten Brohan Ordered To Disclose Proceeds Of 20th Century Sale To China. Artlyst. 19 February.
Radio Poland (2016). Germany returns looted treasures to Poland. Radio Poland. 18 February.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt to recover two stolen artefacts from Germany. Ahram Online. 14 February.
Sarah Wildman (2016). The Revelations of a Nazi Art Catalogue. The New Yorker. 12 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Is The Controversial Art Law Fueling Germany's Recent 'Art Drain'?. ArtNet News. 11 February.
Toby Axelrod (2016). Germany's looted art probe efforts 'failing'. The Jewish Chronicle. 25 January.
Melissa Eddy (2016). Few Answers on True Owners of Art Found in Gurlitt Trove. The New York Times. 14 January.
DW (2016). Germany German task force finds five Nazi-looted works in Gurlitt trove. DW. 14 January.
AFP (2016). German team probing stolen Nazi art defends slow progress. The Times of Israel. 14 January.
DW (2016). Fight 'Islamic State' by preventing illegal artifacts trade. DW. 13 January.
Jas Chana (2016). Why the U.S. Wants Germany to Take Another Look in Its Museums. Haaretz. 7 January.
Flavia Foradini (2016). New foundation takes over research into Gurlitt hoard. The Art Newspaper. 4 January.
Tony Paterson (2016). Nuremberg: Germany's dilemma over the Nazis' field of dreams. The Independent. 2 January.
The Local (2015). Just 5 Nazi-stolen works found in Gurlitt art haul. The Local. 22 December.
Apollo (2015). Is the German Cultural Property Protection Act to be welcomed?. Apollo. 21 December.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Two Warhol Prints and an Otto Piene Artwork Stolen from Gallery Vehicle in Germany. ArtNet News. 18 December.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Artworks Worth $1.1 Million Stolen From Markus Lüpertz's Potsdam Studio. ArtNet News. 9 December.
Tom Mashberg (2015). Antiquities Dealer Leonardo Patterson Faces New Criminal Charges. The New York Times. 8 December.
Benjamin Sutton (2015). Museum Sues Wikimedia for Hosting Copyrighted Photos of Its Public-Domain Artworks. Hyperallergic. 8 December.
Associated Press (2015). Gurlitt task force identifies 5th work looted by Nazis. The Daily Mail. 2 December.
Melissa Eddy (2015). German Panel Defends Effort to Trace Owners of Nazi-Looted Art. The New York Times. 2 December.
Rob Sharp (2015). The Black Years: how Nazi art came back to Berlin. The Guardian. 27 November.
Philipp Jedicke (2015). Task force investigating art trove inherited from Nazi collector achieved 'embarrassing' results. DW. 26 November.
Colaboración entre el INAH, la SRE y la PGR, determinante en el fallo condenatorio en contra de Leonardo Patterson( )
Collaboration between INAH, the SRE and the PGR, leads to conviction of Leonardo Patterson
INAH (2015). Colaboración entre el INAH, la SRE y la PGR, determinante en el fallo condenatorio en contra de Leonardo Patterson. INAH. 24 November.
Stewart Ain (2015). Nazi Art Case Tests Start Date Of Shoah. The Jewish Week. 19 November.
OR Politics (2015). US lawmakers call from Bayern looted art. OR Politics. 19 November.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). German man returns mummy mask to Egypt after 50 years away. Ahram Online. 18 November.
JTA (2015). German Art Museum Finds 18 Nazi-Looted Paintings in Collection. Forward. 17 November.
Blouin ArtInfo (2015). German Cabinet Approves Controversial Cultural Export Bill. Blouin ArtInfo. 6 November.
Julie Baumgardner (2015). The Auction Gavel Finally Falls in the Wake of a 17-Year Battle Over Malevich Restitution. Artsy. 6 November.
Stewart Ain (2015). Germany's Dating Of Start Of Holocaust Questioned. The Jewish Week. 3 November.
Consecration inscription form Babylon will return to Iraq
SPK (2015). 2600 Jahre alte Weiheinschrift aus Babylon kehrt zurück in den Irak. SPK. 28 October.
Art has a value and it isn't just price
Norbert Lammert (2015). Kunst hat einen Wert, nicht nur einen Preis. Die Welt. 23 October.
Heike Mund (2015). Nazi-looted art trove mysteries far from solved. DW. 16 October.
Tobias Timm (2015). Unearthing the Spoils of War. Handelsblatt. 13 October.
DW (2015). Jewish leader 'disappointed' about German art exhibit of potential Nazi loot. DW. 10 October.
DW (2015). Jewish leader 'disappointed' about German art exhibit of potential Nazi loot. DW. 10 October.
Press Trust of India (2015). Germany returns idol stolen from Kashmir. The Hindu. 6 October.
Dana Scherle (2015). Germany returns Hindu statue to India. DW. 23 September.
Alex Boyle (2015). Otto Krebs Collection: Spoils of War or Plunder in Peace?. Art Antiques Design. 20 September.
Sobhana K Nair (2015). German museum all set to return 9th century stolen Durga idol. Mumbai Mirror. 19 September.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Vandals Smear Anti-Semitic Graffiti on Munich's Haus der Kunst. ArtNet News. 18 September.
Julia Michalska (2015). German culture ministry tones down controversial cultural property bill. The Art Newspaper. 15 September.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). German Police Crack Down On Booming Online Market for Dada Forgeries. ArtNet News. 8 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Germany offers €50,000 grant to help restore Tutankhamun's mask. Ahram Online. 1 September.
Cyprus Mail (2015). Stolen artefacts repatriated. Cyprus Mail. 28 August.
Joselin Linder (2015). Inside the search for the legendary 'Orpheus Clock' stolen by the Nazis. New York Post. 23 August.
Martin Rubin (2015). What the Nazis Stole. The Wall Street Journal. 21 August.
Benjamin Sutton (2015). A Not-Quite-Great Documentary About the Greatest Art Forger of Our Time. Hyperallergic. 21 August.
Ben Kenigsberg (2015). Review: 'Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery' Tells How a Swindler Fooled the World. The New York Times. 18 August.
Mary M. Lane (2015). Bronze 'Nazi Horse' at German School Draws Fire From Jewish Groups. The Wall Street Journal. 18 August.
Simon Goodman (2015). The search for a family's art treasures stolen by the Nazis. The Irish Times. 13 August.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Sigmar Polke Estate Ordered to Return Allegedly Stolen Painting. ArtNet News. 12 August.
Anastasia Christakou (2015). Four-legged snake fossil sparks legal investigation. Nature. 4 August.
The Siberian Times (2015). Criminal case opened on 'damaging world's oldest wooden statue'. The Siberian Times. 29 July.
The work of Gerhard Richter: I paint my world
Bernhard Schulz (2015). Das Werk von Gerhard Richter: Ich mal mir meine Welt. Der Tagesspiegel. 21 July.
DW (2015). Baselitz removes art from Dresden gallery. DW. 17 July.
Justin Wm. Moyer (2015). The skull of famed horror film director is stolen; 'Satanists' suspected. The Washington Post. 15 July.
Peter Raue (2015). Why Baselitz could be the first of many artists to 'bloodlet' Germany's museums. DW. 14 July.
Mail Today (2015). Germany to gift stolen durga idol back to PM Modi. India Today. 14 July.
Associated Press (2015). German court studying Gurlitt will seeks psychiatric report. ABC United States. 10 July.
Federal government plans tough sanctions against art trading
Spiegel Online (2015). Pläne der Bundesregierung: Scharfe Sanktionen beim Kunsthandel. Spiegel Online. 3 July.
Melanie Hall (2015). Second World War tank and anti-aircraft gun found hidden in basement of villa in Germany. The Telegraph. 3 July.
Erin Blakemore (2015). Did an Auction of Hitler's Art Go Too Far?. Smithsonian. 25 June.
Alison Smale (2015). Sleuth Work Leads to Discovery of Art Beloved by Hitler. The New York Times. 25 June.
Ruth Holmes (2015). Nazi-looted painting from Munich fetches close to $3m. The Times of Israel. 24 June.
Belfast Telegraph (2015). U-boat propeller returned to Germany. Belfast Telegraph. 16 June.
Blake Gopnik (2015). Giordano's Dürer Forgery—Too Late to Prosecute?. ArtNet News. 8 June.
Martin Bailey (2015). Museum officials on hunt for lost Cranach. The Art Newspaper. 2 June.
Harriet Torry (2015). A Dark Niche Emerges in German Market: Nazi Art. The Wall Street Journal. 26 May.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). German Art Dealer Accused of Fraud in €55 Million China Academy of Art Design Deal. ArtNet News. 26 May.
Julia Michalska (2015). First work from Gurlitt hoard goes under the hammer. The Art Newspaper. 22 May.
Painting stolen by Nazis to be sold by rightful owner who saw it being seized from his uncle's home 80 years ago( )
Hannah Furness (2015). Painting stolen by Nazis to be sold by rightful owner who saw it being seized from his uncle's home 80 years ago. The Telegraph. 22 May.
Associated Press (2015). Hitler's horse sculptures found by German police. The Telegraph. 21 May.
Liz Kearney (2015). Art acquired in WWII Germany returned by Montana brothers. The Washington Times. 17 May.
Associated Press (2015). Matisse painting from Gurlitt's Nazi-looted art collection returned to owners. DW. 15 May.
Mary M. Lane (2015). Two Nazi-Looted Paintings Set for Return to Heirs of Original Owners. The Wall Street Journal. 12 May.
Artlyst (2015). Giacometti Forgery: Art Dealers Stand Trial. Artlyst. 11 May.
Frankie McCamley (2015). Art Forger freed and making millions. BBC News. 10 May.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). Should There be a Statute of Limitations on Nazi-Looted Art?. Hyperallergic. 8 April.
AFP (2015). Germany says Pissarro painting from Gurlitt trove to be returned. Yahoo News. 1 April.
Christopher D. Shea (2015). German Court Upholds Bequest of Gurlitt Collection to the Kunstmuseum Bern. The New York Times. 27 March.
Artlyst (2015). German Authorities Criticised For Bureaucratic "Bullying" Over Gurlitt Nazi Restitution Case. Artlyst. 24 March.
Madeline Chambers (2015). German pensioner needs drill to dig for Nazi-looted Amber Room. Reuters. 3 March.
Alexander Forbes (2014). Drunk German Soccer Fans Steal Emil Nolde Painting Worth Millions. ArtNet News. 1 December.
BBC News (2014). Swiss museum to accept Gurlitt 'Nazi art'. BBC News. 24 November.
Artlyst (2014). German Government To Create Department To Hunt For Stolen Nazi Art. Artlyst. 4 November.
Andrew Marszal (2014). Nazi 'Arbeit Macht Frei' sign stolen from gate at Dachau concentration camp. The Telegraph. 2 November.
Chris Prisetman (2014). Totem's Sound takes a cynical look at American colonialism. Kill Screen Daily. 8 October.
Hendrik Hansson (2014). German Museum Rejects Restitution Claim. ArtNet News. 5 August.
Ioanna Zikakou (2014). Germany Returns Greek Antiquities. Greek Reporter. 8 July.
Ioanna Zikakou (2014). German Museum Returns Two Greek Antiquities. Greek Reporter. 6 June.
Heike Mund (2014). Newly found files incriminate Nazi art giant. DW. 4 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2014). German couple will return Egyptian artefact after learning it was stolen. Ahram Online. 4 June.
Matt Schudel (2014). Cornelius Gurlitt, hoarder of valuable art collection, dies. The Washington Post. 6 May.
Monica Raymunt (2014). Hunt for Nazi art shows museum failings: former minister. Reuters. 8 April.
James Adams (2014). 19th Century Schadow painting returned to Stern estate. The Globe and Mail. 7 April.
Stephen Evans (2014). Cornelius Gurlitt: One lonely man and his hoard of stolen Nazi art. BBC News. 26 March.
Bhrikuti Rai (2013). Back where they belong. Nepali Times. 20 December.
Abed Alloush (2013). German Couple Suspected of Holding Stolen Greek Antiquities. Greek Reporter. 6 November.
Philip Oltermann (2013). The mysterious Munich recluse who hoarded €1bn of Nazis' stolen art. The Guardian. 4 November.
Mark Taylor (2012). Priceless Tibetan Buddha statue looted by Nazis was carved from meteorite. The Guardian. 28 September.
Ozgen Acar (2001). Will "Blind Edip" Sing?. Archaeology. 1 January.
Kanak Mani Dixit (1999). Gods in exile. Himal. 1 October.
Associated Press (1999). Turkey wins back ancient coins from American millionaire. Associated Press. 4 March.
Barry Meier (1998). The Case Of the Contested Coins: A Modern-Day Battle Over Ancient Objects. The New York Times. 24 September.
Anne Thompson (1994). Turks Haul Millionaire Into Court for Ancient Silver. Associated Press. 23 February.