Colin Moynihan (2021). Turkey Fights for Return of a Work It Says Was Looted. The New York Times. 9 April.
New U.S. Anti-Money Laundering Laws and Sanctions Advisory Impose Compliance Obligations on Art Market( )
Judd B. Grossman, Eric Volkman, Kate Lucas, Gustavo Ruiz (2021). New U.S. Anti-Money Laundering Laws and Sanctions Advisory Impose Compliance Obligations on Art Market. ARTnews. 30 March.
Jillian Billard (2021). What It Means When an Auction Lot Is Withdrawn. Artsy. 23 March.
Bijan Stephen (2021). NFT Mania is here. And so are the scammers. The Verge. 20 March.
Barnaby Phillips (2021). The art dealer, the £10m Benin Bronze and the Holocaust. BBC News. 14 March.
Erin Thompson (2020). The Vessel with the Pestle. London Review of Books. 15 December.
Jamie Killin (2020). How This Dusty Southwestern City Became the Center of the Gem World. Thrillist. 14 December.
Daniel K. Winn (2020). Considerations For Art As An Investment. Forbes. 14 December.
Catherine Hickley (2020). Smithsonian and Berlin museums join forces to investigate Asian art provenance. The Art Newspaper. 10 December.
Nancy Kenney (2020). After outcry from antiquities trade, Unesco further adjusts ad campaign on looted artefacts. The Art Newspaper. 8 December.
Tzu-ti Huang (2020). Chinese bronze horse head returned to Old Summer Palace. Taiwan News. 1 December.
Police discover large network of European auction houses selling stolen ancient Greek artifacts illegally( )
Paulina Karavasili (2020). Police discover large network of European auction houses selling stolen ancient Greek artifacts illegally. Greek City Times. 28 November.
Zoe Schiffer (2020). Facebook is deleting evidence of war crimes, researchers say. The Verge. 25 November.
Sarah Booker-Lewis (2020). Police may be asked to investigate how historic lamps were offered for sale. Brighton & Hove News. 24 November.
Jessica Leigh Hester (2020). The Fossils That Get Away (From Scientists). Atlas Obscura. 13 November.
Eleanor Ainge Roy (2020). Tribute work to New Zealand's most famous artist sold in London as original. The Guardian. 13 November.
Riah Pryor (2020). The devil is in the paperwork—don't be caught out by provenance fraud. The Art Newspaper. 11 November.
ArtForum (2020). Sotheby's Sued by New York State AG for Tax Fraud. ArtForum. 9 November.
Billionaire Congolese Art Collector Sindika Dokolo, Who Championed the Restitution of African Art, Has Died at Age 48( )
Kate Brown (2020). Billionaire Congolese Art Collector Sindika Dokolo, Who Championed the Restitution of African Art, Has Died at Age 48. ArtNet News. 30 October.
Jessica Carpani (2020). Christie's launches war on 'unfounded accusations' questioning the origins of objects. The Telegraph. 30 August.
Tom Mashberg (2020). Douglas A.J. Latchford, Khmer Antiquities Expert, Dies at 88. The New York Times. 27 August.
Josh Gabert-Doyon (2020). Auction House Repatriates Sacred Indigenous Items, Possibly a Human Scalp. Vice. 11 August.
Vincent Noce (2020). 'Adventurer scholar' Douglas Latchford dies in Bangkok, aged 89. The Art Newspaper. 10 August.
Deborah Lehr (2020). Not a pretty picture: Money laundering and America's art market. The Hill. 8 August.
Angelica Villa (2020). Top Three Houses See 79 Percent Year-Over-Year Drop in Second Quarter of 2020: Report. Art Market Monitor. 5 August.
The Sun (2020). Igbo group calls for return of stolen artifacts. The Sun. 4 August.
Robert Alan Hershey (2020). Trading in Native artifacts does real harm. High Country News. 3 August.
Jenna Scatena (2020). Facebook's Looted-Artifact Problem. The Atlantic. 31 July.
Jane Arraf (2020). Facebook Has Moved To Ban Sales Of Looted Antiquities. Will It Make A Difference?. NPR. 31 July.
David Sanderson (2020). Christie's sued in looting dispute over £1.3m ancient tablet. The Times. 22 May.
Morton: Not all sacred art is [property] of the nation
Selene Flores (2020). Morton: no todo arte sacro es de la nación. Milenio. 19 May.
Adam White (2020). France should sell Mona Lisa 'for €50bn' to cover coronavirus losses, tech CEO suggests. The Independent. 19 May.
Stolen Collection of Persian Poetry Found With Help of `Indiana Jones of the Art World' Goes on Auction( )
Brigit Katz (2020). Stolen Collection of Persian Poetry Found With Help of `Indiana Jones of the Art World' Goes on Auction. Smithsonian. 10 March.
Daniel Boffey (2020). EU clamps down on free ports over crime and terrorism links. The Guardian. 11 February.
Trump's Impeachment Lawyer Alan Dershowitz May Have Owned Looted Antiquities, an Art Crime Expert Says( )
Zachary Small (2020). Trump's Impeachment Lawyer Alan Dershowitz May Have Owned Looted Antiquities, an Art Crime Expert Says. ArtNet News. 7 February.
Lianne Kolirin (2019). Ancient looted artworks returned to Italy by Christie's auction house. CNN. 13 February.
AFP (2019). German auction house pulls 26 'Hitler paintings' on forgery fears. France 24. 7 February.
Nicole Nguyen (2019). Stolen Artwork Is All Over Amazon — And Creators Want The Company To Do Something About It. Buzz Feed News. 23 January.
Benjamin Sutton (2018). What's behind the Roaring Market for Dinosaur Fossils. Artsy. 20 December.
Bronze dragon head believed to have been looted from Old Summer Palace during Second Opium War purchased by anonymous Chinese buyer at Paris auction: reports( )
Global Times (2018). Bronze dragon head believed to have been looted from Old Summer Palace during Second Opium War purchased by anonymous Chinese buyer at Paris auction: reports. Global Times. 19 December.
Laura S. Patten (2018). Collaboration is key to solving art-market financial crime. The Art Newspaper. 11 December.
Zachary Small (2018). Major Art Fair Bans Dealers and Auction Experts from Vetting Committees. Hyperallergic. 5 November.
Jane Arraf (2018). Record-Setting Sale Of An Ancient Assyrian Stone Relief Sparks Looting Fears In Iraq. NPR. 4 November.
Steve Bird (2018). Rival auction houses to share research as authenticity of painting hangs in the balance. The Telegraph. 3 November.
Zachary Small (2018). After $31 Million Sale of 3,000-Year-Old Assyrian Relief, Experts and Artists Denounce Christie's. Hyperallergic. 2 November.
Pierre Bergé's Foundation Withdraws a Mysterious Painting the Fashion Mogul Once Attributed to Manet From Its Sale at Sotheby's( )
Sarah Cascone (2018). Pierre Bergé's Foundation Withdraws a Mysterious Painting the Fashion Mogul Once Attributed to Manet From Its Sale at Sotheby's. ArtNet News. 31 October.
Rory Bester (2018). Apartheid-era tastes still influence auction prices for South African art. Quartz. 7 October.
Chris Johnston (2018). Banksy auction prank leaves art world in shreds. The Guardian. 6 October.
B. Kolappan (2018). Possession of antiquities, artefacts: the legal position. The Hindu. 5 October.
Public art advocates—and the artist himself—speak out against sale of Chicago library's Kerry James Marshall mural( )
Ruth Lopez (2018). Public art advocates—and the artist himself—speak out against sale of Chicago library's Kerry James Marshall mural. The Art Newspaper. 3 October.
Kealey Boyd (2018). A Postmortem on Trump's Proposed Chinese Art Tariff. Hyperallergic. 3 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2018). A relief of king Amenhotep I recovered from London. Ahram Online. 21 September.
Margaret Carrigan (2018). Chinese art and antiquities spared from Trump's tariffs. The Art Newspaper. 18 September.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Red tape is stifling German auctions. The Art Newspaper. 17 September.
Press Association (2018). Scientists' dismay as space rock from Skye sold on eBay. Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter. 17 September.
Simone McCarthy (2018). Buddha statue pulled from Sotheby's auction on suspicion it may be from China Unesco site. South China Morning Post. 14 September.
Hannah Dreyfus (2018). Hillel Investigating Allegations Against Major Philanthropist. The New York Jewish Week. 12 September.
Philip Chrysopoulos (2018). Rare Stolen Antiquity Returns to Greece. Greek Reporter. 9 September.
Mary Hudetz (2018). Feds: US tribal items sold at Paris auction houses declines. The Journal Times. 7 September.
Associated Press (2018). Louvre Abu Dhabi postpones display of world's most expensive painting. The Guardian. 3 September.
TNN (2018). Heritage chairs in Delhi: FIR filed. The Times of India. 15 July.
A Billionaire Is Suing His Art Dealer in Switzerland for Allegedly Marking Up the Prices of Art and Pocketing the Extra( )
Naomi Rea (2018). A Billionaire Is Suing His Art Dealer in Switzerland for Allegedly Marking Up the Prices of Art and Pocketing the Extra. ArtNet News. 9 July.
After a Yearslong Battle, a US Court Concludes That Artists Aren't Entitled to Royalties on Works Resold at Auction( )
Eileen Kinsella (2018). After a Yearslong Battle, a US Court Concludes That Artists Aren't Entitled to Royalties on Works Resold at Auction. ArtNet News. 9 July.
Sneha Bhura (2018). Why cash-strapped Air India's priceless artefacts will not be sold off. The Week. 6 July.
Michael Greshko (2018). Titanic Artifacts Caught in International Tug-of-War. National Geographic. 2 July.
Amid a Wave of Repatriation, Sotheby's Stands Its Ground Against Greece's Claim to an 8th-Century Bronze Horse( )
Eileen Kinsella (2018). Amid a Wave of Repatriation, Sotheby's Stands Its Ground Against Greece's Claim to an 8th-Century Bronze Horse. ArtNet News. 2 July.
Josh Wingrove, Sandrine Rastello (2018). Museums Clash Over Attempt to Sell a Chagall to Pay for a David. Bloomberg. 24 April.
Baltimore Museum of Art to sell works by masters such as Andy Warhol, will aim to improve artist diversity( )
The Baltimore Sun (2018). Baltimore Museum of Art to sell works by masters such as Andy Warhol, will aim to improve artist diversity. The Baltimore Sun. 13 April.
Yiqian Zhang (2018). Chinese pool personal money and resources to buy back artifacts lost overseas. Global Times. 12 April.
Alistair Brown (2018). Can a local authority really get rid of 90 per cent of its art?. Apollo. 5 April.
Larry Parnass (2018). SJC ruling clears Berkshire Museum to sell artworks. The Berkshire Eagle. 5 April.
Sophia Duckor-Jones (2018). Security stepped up ahead of Dame Kiri art auction. Radio New Zealand. 3 April.
The world's most expensive painting cost $450 MILLION because two Arab princes bid against each other by mistake and wouldn't back down (but settled by swapping it for a yacht)( )
Ryan Parry (2018). The world's most expensive painting cost $450 MILLION because two Arab princes bid against each other by mistake and wouldn't back down (but settled by swapping it for a yacht). The Daily Mail. 29 March.
Yujing Liu (2018). China probes if ancient bronze vessel to be auctioned in UK was looted. South China Morning Post. 29 March.
Luo Yunzhou (2018). Chinese netizens call for return of stolen ancient bronze vessel set for auction in UK. Global Times. 28 March.
UNESCO (2018). UNESCO, EU and art market together ramp up fight against illicit trafficking of cultural objects. UNESCO. 28 March.
BBC News (2018). Nelson Mandela's golden hand casts sell for $10m in bitcoin. BBC News. 27 March.
Vivianne Rodrigues, Rob Urban (2018). This Startup Is Using Blockchain to Fight Art Forgers. Bloomberg. 23 March.
Elisa Wouk Almino (2018). Brazil Only Has One Jackson Pollock on Public View, and Now It's Being Sold. Hyperallergic. 23 March.
Cryptocurrencies, Explained: How Blockchain Technology Could Solve 3 Big Problems Plaguing the Art Industry( )
Tim Schneider (2018). Cryptocurrencies, Explained: How Blockchain Technology Could Solve 3 Big Problems Plaguing the Art Industry. ArtNet News. 22 March.
Georgina Adam (2018). Settlement reached in saga over Chinese buyer's unpaid Richter bill. The Art Newspaper. 22 March.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Cranach portrait stolen almost 80 years ago returns to heirs of Jewish banker. The Art Newspaper. 21 March.
Daniel Grant (2018). Should Museums Be Allowed to Sell Donated Works of Art?. Observer. 24 January.
Evan Beard (2018). The Four Tribes of Art Collectors. Artsy. 22 January.
Sana Elouazi (2018). Morocco Opens Investigation into Auction of Dinosaur Tail Fossils in Mexico. Morocco World News. 19 January.
Larry Parnass (2018). Legal Bills: Who's paying the freight for the Berkshire Museum?. The Berkshire Eagle. 17 January.
Eileen Kinsella (2018). Simon de Pury Wins Legal Battle Over the Commission of a $210 Million Gauguin Painting. ArtNet News. 16 January.
BBC News (2018). Charles Bronson art removed from Oxford homeless auction. BBC News. 8 January.
Brian Grosh (2018). Consignment of 1877 Inness Landscape Inspires Suit. Courthouse News Service. 4 January.
Gareth Harris (2018). US university museum announces controversial sell-off. The Art Newspaper. 4 January.
Ancient Egyptian Mummy's Skull and Dismembered Hands to be Returned to Egypt 90 Years After Being Taken to the U.S.( )
Callum Paton (2018). Ancient Egyptian Mummy's Skull and Dismembered Hands to be Returned to Egypt 90 Years After Being Taken to the U.S.. Newsweek. 3 January.
Jaimy Jones (2018). Map experts in Clear Lake helped Christie's auction house expose forgery. The Houston Chronicle. 3 January.
AFP (2017). France saves Marquis de Sade's 120 Days of Sodom from auction. Guardian. 18 December.
Liping Gu (2017). Overseas Chinese help recover looted relics from abroad. ECNS. 17 December.
Archaeological pirates are set up on the internet
Sara Sans (2017). Los piratas de la arqueología se instalan en internet. La Vanguardia. 17 December.
Sanyukta Shrestha (2017). Home isn't where the art is. The Kathmandu Post. 16 December.
Auction of Chandigarh's heritage furniture Continues unabated: Chairs sold for over Rs 20 lakh in New York( )
Express News Service (2017). Auction of Chandigarh's heritage furniture Continues unabated: Chairs sold for over Rs 20 lakh in New York. The Indian Express. 14 December.
Simon Denyer (2017). Ivory sales in China finally end this month. But elephants aren't yet safe.. The Washington Post. 14 December.
Simeon Kerr, Ahmed Al Omran (2017). $450m Leonardo painting 'acquired' for Louvre Abu Dhabi. Financial Times. 8 December.
Larry Parnass (2017). Attorney General seeks more time for Berkshire Museum art sale probe. The Berkshire Eagle. 7 December.
Martha Lufkin (2017). Supreme Court hears arguments in claim against Iranian antiquities. The Art Newspaper. 6 December.
Jon Garelick (2017). There's more at stake in the Berkshire Museum case than a single museum. The Boston Globe. 4 December.
Naomi Rea (2017). Dark-Web Shoppers Are Bidding $350,000 in Bitcoin for a Stolen Painting—and It's Likely a Fake. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Radio Poland (2017). Polish painting withdrawn from London auction. Radio Poland. 28 November.
Peter Beaumont, Oliver Laughland (2017). Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn. The Guardian. 21 November.
Ben Bland (2017). Patriotic collectors boost market for ancient Chinese artefacts. Financial Times. 18 November.
Carl Endelking (2017). We Should Toss That $450M da Vinci into a Particle Accelerator. Discover. 17 November.
Who is Dmitry Rybolovlev? Meet the Russian billionaiore who just sold Leonardo Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi for a record $450m( )
Joy Lo Dico (2017). Who is Dmitry Rybolovlev? Meet the Russian billionaiore who just sold Leonardo Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi for a record $450m. Evening Standard. 17 November.
Kenneth R. Rosen (2017). The meteorite hunters. Financial Times. 16 November.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Painting looted from Hitler to be auctioned in Cologne. The Art Newspaper. 14 November.
Colin Moynihan (2017). Court Blocks Berkshire Museum's Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art. The New York Times. 10 November.
Benjamin Sutton (2017). Last-Minute Appeal Tries to Halt Berkshire Museum Art Auction. Hyperallergic. 9 November.
Radio Poland (2017). Poland aims to stop auction of painting lost in WWII. Radio Poland. 9 November.
Lauren Xandra (2017). The Chinese art and antique market in Britain: challenges and opportunities. Global Legal Post. 9 November.
Colin Gleadell (2017). Dark Side of the Boom: Georgina Adam on the relationship between art and money in the 21st Century. The Telegraph. 7 November.
TNN (2017). Idol theft case: Masterminds arrested. The Times of India. 7 November.
Tim Schneider (2017). Why Art Galleries Have Become a Ripe Target for Hackers (and Other Insights). ArtNet News. 6 November.
Daily Sabah (2017). Turkish lawmakers to go abroad to probe smuggled artifacts. Daily Sabah. 6 November.
TNN (2017). 3 held, 23-year-old idol theft case cracked. The Times of India. 6 November.
Associated Press (2017). Stolen Norman Rockwell painting fetches more than $900K at auction. Toronto Sun. 3 November.
Jason Daley (2017). Most Antiquities Sold Online are Fake or Illegal. Smithsonian. 3 November.
Khushboo Narayan (2017). 'Antique smuggler' booked by DRI: US Homeland Security starts investigation. The Indian Express. 2 November.
Pratik Salunke (2017). DRI to seek US help to probe purchase of smuggled Indian artefacts in Hong Kong. Hindustan Times. 2 November.
Tim Cornwell (2017). Collectors tackle rise in fake Modern Middle Eastern art. The Art Newspaper. 1 November.
Georgi Kantchev (2017). Buyer Beware: Looted Antiquities Flood Online Sites Like Amazon, Facebook. The Wall Street Journal. 1 November.
Thomas Marks (2017). It's time to talk about the ivory trade. Apollo. 30 October.
Tehran Times (2017). U.S. court suspends auction of ancient Iranian relief. Tehran Times. 28 October.
Laura Woodward (2017). Artifact for sale on eBay questioned by Saskatchewan Metis community. CTV. 27 October.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Opponents of the Berkshire Museum Sale May Have Just Found an Ingenious Legal Loophole. ArtNet News. 26 October.
Theo Ioannou (2017). Greek Culture Ministry to Claim Two Stolen Antiquities up for Sale in London. Greek Reporter. 26 October.
Andrew Russeth (2017). Berkshire Museum Director to Go on Medical Leave. ArtNews. 24 October.
Philip Chrysopoulos (2017). Looted Greek Antiquities Allegedly on Sale at London Art Fair. Greek Reporter. 23 October.
Howard Swains (2017). Looted antiquities allegedly on sale at London Frieze Masters art fair. The Guardian. 22 October.
Joel Baden Candida Moss (2017). Is An Ancient Text In The Museum of the Bible Real Or Fake?. Daily Beast. 22 October.
A. Srivathsan (2017). The murky trail of stolen antiquities. The Hindu. 21 October.
Andrew Russeth (2017). Norman Rockwell's Sons Sue Berkshire Museum, Seeking Halt to Sotheby's Sale. ArtNews. 20 October.
Norman Rockwell's Family Meets With Massachusetts AG in Attempt to Halt Sale of Berkshire Museum's Paintings( )
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Norman Rockwell's Family Meets With Massachusetts AG in Attempt to Halt Sale of Berkshire Museum's Paintings. ArtNet News. 17 October.
Daily Review (2017). Gabriella Coslovich on Writing the Brett Whiteley Forgery Trial. Daily Review. 15 October.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Legal Threats Mount for Berkshire Museum as Deaccession Controversy Rages On. ArtNet News. 13 October.
Claire Voon (2017). How an Oversight in Public Arts Policy Caused a Kerfuffle in Palo Alto. Hyperallergic. 12 October.
Romania Insider (2017). Romanian Police recover 5,000 archaeological artifacts from treasure hunters. Romania Insider. 11 October.
Vijay Kumar (2017). Open 'art market' may put a price tag on our Gods. The Times of India. 11 October.
Sarah P. Hanson (2017). Christie's to sell Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi. The Art Newspaper. 10 October.
Daily Sabah (2017). Turkey launches new initiative to return stolen pieces of Zeugma mosaics from US university. Daily Sabah. 10 October.
Rupert Reid (2017). UK finally steps-up to Chinese ivory efforts. Sino. 9 October.
Associated Press (2017). Stolen Rockwell painting returned to family after 40 years set for auction. NJ.com. 5 October.
Amanda Borschel-Dan (2017). Dead Sea Scrolls scam: Dozens of recently sold fragments are fakes, experts warn. The Times of Israel. 3 October.
Elizabeth Burden (2017). Artists using living proof that their work is genuine. The Times. 2 October.
Tim Schneider (2017). Why Art Basel's New Ethics Rules Are Good News for the Market (and Other Insights). ArtNet News. 2 October.
Robert O'Byrne (2017). The Yeats Collection sale is only the latest sign of Ireland's broken heritage export system. Apollo. 25 September.
Clive Williams (2017). Global market for forged and stolen artworks is thriving and underpoliced. The Sydney Morning Herald. 21 September.
Kevin Riordan (2017). Stolen, recovered, and now for sale: The saga of Cherry Hill's Norman Rockwell painting. Philly.com. 21 September.
Tracie Maurillo (2017). Monument to myth or history? Museum of the Bible to open in Washington, D.C.. The Chicago Tribune. 18 September.
Monaco's Justice Minister Resigns After Texts Reveal 'Vast Influence Peddling' in Billion-Dollar Art Fraud Case( )
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Monaco's Justice Minister Resigns After Texts Reveal 'Vast Influence Peddling' in Billion-Dollar Art Fraud Case. ArtNet News. 15 September.
Al Arabiya (2017). Morocco opens an investigation into the selling of dinosaur fossils on the Internet. Al Arabiya. 6 September.
Stephanie Zollshan (2017). Berkshire Museum's Smithsonian ties severed over art sale plan. The Berkshire Eagle. 5 September.
'Fake' Tom Roberts painting bought for £7,500 could sell for £300,000 after BBC show reveals it's genuine( )
Jonathan Pearlman (2017). 'Fake' Tom Roberts painting bought for £7,500 could sell for £300,000 after BBC show reveals it's genuine. The Telegraph. 4 September.
Erin Blakemore (2017). Meet the Archaeologist Who Helps Find Stolen Art. History. 30 August.
Hannah McGivern, Anna Brady (2017). Italy relaxes stringent export laws for post-war art. The Art Newspaper. 30 August.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Christie's and Hedge-Fund Titan Move to Quash Turkey's Lawsuit Over 'Stargazer' Idol. ArtNet News. 30 August.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). The Berkshire Museum Is 'Under Review' For Planned Sale, Massachusetts Attorney General Confirms. ArtNet News. 30 August.
Adam Klasfeld (2017). Christie's Defends Sale of 5,000-Year-Old Turkish Idol. Courthouse News Service. 29 August.
Helen Stoilas (2017). Berkshire Museum board turns down $1m to pause art sale. The Art Newspaper. 29 August.
Court Grants Billionaire Rybolovlev's Request for Sotheby's Documents in Ongoing Feud With 'Freeport King'( )
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Court Grants Billionaire Rybolovlev's Request for Sotheby's Documents in Ongoing Feud With 'Freeport King'. ArtNet News. 29 August.
Anna Sansom (2017). South Africa's first legal auction of rhinoceros horn fails to attract buyers. The Art Newspaper. 28 August.
Why a Massachusetts museum selling its prized Norman Rockwell painting should worry art museums everywhere( )
Christopher Knight (2017). Why a Massachusetts museum selling its prized Norman Rockwell painting should worry art museums everywhere. Los Angeles Times. 23 August.
Christian Berthelsen, Katya Kazakina (2017). Hex of the Idol: Steinhardt, Christie's Fight Heritage Claim. Bloomberg. 18 August.
Religion News Service (2017). After the Hobby Lobby scandal, a spotlight on antiquities sales in Israel. USA Today. 16 August.
Kumar Shankar ROy (2017). Insurers paint on Rs 6,000-cr art insurance canvass. DNA. 9 August.
Asif Efrat (2017). A major museum has to return another looted artifact. Welcome to the dark side of the art world.. The Wall Street Journal. 7 August.
Jaya Menon (2017). Ancient temple chariot from Tamil Nadu on sale for Rs 96 lakh. The Times of Israel. 2 August.
Laura Chesters (2017). Antiques dealer alerts trade to fraud after scam involving 18th century painting. Antiques Trade Gazette. 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.
Adam Klasfeld (2017). Christie's Must Reveal 5,000-Year-Old Idol's Secret Bidder to Turkey. Courthouse News Service. 27 July.
Gabriella Angeleti, Helen Stoilas (2017). Berkshire Museum courts censure from museums groups with plan to sell 40 works. The Art Newspaper. 24 July.
Sidhrth Banerjee (2017). 2.6-million-year-old 'priceless' fossil on sale for just Rs 4500. The Times of India. 24 July.
Chicago Tribune (2017). Moon bag that Chicago-area woman got for $995 sells for $1.8 million at auction. The Chicago Tribune. 20 July.
Bel Trew (2017). Hobby Lobby under investigation over sale of 5th‑century Bible fragment. The Times. 20 July.
The Times of Israel (2017). Ancient Roman Amphitheater in Caesarea sold by Greek Orthodox church to mystery foreign buyer. The Times of Israel. 17 July.
John Zarobell (2017). How Freeports Operate on the Margins of the Global Art Market. Artsy. 14 July.
Isaac Kaplan (2017). Why Are Artworks Pulled from Auction?. Artsy. 13 July.
Alice Stevenson (2017). Why archaeological antiquities should not be sold on the open market, full stop. The Conversation. 13 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.
Alan Feuer (2017). Hobby Lobby Agrees to Forfeit 5,500 Artifacts Smuggled Out of Iraq. The New York Times. 5 July.
Chinese Jade vessels, stolen by prolific thieves in 2005, recovered and sold at auction for 10 times their estimate( )
Art Daily (2017). Chinese Jade vessels, stolen by prolific thieves in 2005, recovered and sold at auction for 10 times their estimate. Art Daily. 5 July.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). 'World's Most Expensive Painting' Actually Sold for $90M Less Than Reported: Suit. ArtNet News. 30 June.
Chen Huizhi (2017). 53 held for auction trading fraud. Shanghai Daily. 29 June.
Blouin Artinfo (2017). Changing Nature of Illicit Art Trading Revealed as US Steps Up Fight. Blouin Artinfo. 27 June.
Davis Hovey (2017). Confusion over legalities is hurting Alaskan ivory market, locals say. KTOO. 20 June.
Sam Boyer (2017). Fine art insurance market: "Insurers are knocking on our doors". Insurance Business Magazine. 13 June.
Robin Pogrebin (2017). Agnes Gund Sells a Lichtenstein to Start Criminal Justice Fund. The New York Times. 11 June.
The Irish News (2017). Nazi loot hunter Richard Aronowitz on the darkness of past and present. The Irish News. 8 June.
SwissInfo (2017). Bern museum sells part of controversial inheritance. SwissInfo. 6 June.
The Hindu (2017). Police to seek documents from Australian authorities. The Hindu. 2 June.
John Christian Hopkins (2017). Hopis Hoping to Recover Katsina Friends. Lake Powell Life. 1 June.
Benoit Foucon (2017). Prominent Art Family Entangled in ISIS Antiquities-Looting Investigations. The Wall Street Journal. 31 May.
Scott Canon (2017). From the moon to Kansas to Sotheby's: Bag could bring $2 million-plus at auction. The Kansas City Star. 29 May.
Erin Rubin (2017). American Space Race Artifact Stolen and Put Up for Auction. Nonprofit Quarterly. 26 May.
Sharath S. Srivatsa (2017). GST impact: Auction of coins, stamps on hold. The Hindu. 23 May.
The Economist (2017). Numismatics—acquiring old coins—outperforms other investments. The Economist. 18 May.
Allyssia Alleyne (2017). Picasso painting stolen by Nazis sells for $45 million. CNN. 16 May.
Hurriyet Daily News (2017). Smuggled Anatolian idol sold in US. Hurriyet Daily News. 30 April.
Hurriyet Daily News (2017). Turkey seeks return of 5,000-year-old marble figure. Hurriyet Daily News. 29 April.
Associated Press (2017). Auction of Soviet art triggers probe; art market on guard. The Daily Mail. 27 April.
'It's not for moral reasons': Owner withdraws Nazi-looted painting from auction after receiving threats( )
Nina Siegal (2017). 'It's not for moral reasons': Owner withdraws Nazi-looted painting from auction after receiving threats. National Post. 27 April.
Liza Oliver (2017). Black Market Art: How To Restore Ethics To The Antiquities World. WBUR. 24 April.
Cleve Wootson (2017). A painting stolen by Nazis is up for auction despite a Jewish familys demand for its return. The Washington Post. 24 April.
Kate Connolly (2017). Nazi-looted painting to be auctioned as owners' heirs fail to halt sale. The Guardian. 23 April.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Alec Baldwin's Lawsuit Against Mary Boone Heads to Trial. ArtNet News. 20 April.
The Toledo Blade (2017). Ohio museum continues with public sales of ancient artifacts. The Crescent-News. 17 April.
Fred Barbash (2017). NASA 'sting' operation against 74-year-old widow of Apollo engineer draws court rebuke. The Washington Post. 14 April.
Elizabeth Blosfield (2017). Q&A: Art Theft and Its Impact on the Insurance Industry. Insurance Journal. 11 April.
JTA (2017). Online ad leads Vienna couple to buy ancient Jewish headstone for $300. JTA. 7 April.
Roberta Gedert (2017). Toledo Museum of Art selling off over 140 pieces. The Toledo Blade. 5 April.
Regin Olimberio (2017). Fake Dead Sea Scrolls Sold In The US: Products Of Sophisticated Archeological Forgeries. The Science Times. 4 April.
Owen Jarus (2017). 28 New Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments Sold in US. Live Science. 4 April.
Associated Press (2017). Controversial tribal artifacts sale lures few bidders. The Daily Mail. 4 April.
Fran O'Brien (2017). Protecting Clients' On-The-Wall Assets: Fine Art. Think Advisor. 3 April.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Who Should Pay Artists? Christie's Fights Back in France Over New Resale Rules. ArtNet News. 31 March.
Ralph Blumenthal (2017). Expert Opinion or Elaborate Ruse? Scrutiny for Scholars' Role in Art Sales. The New York Times. 30 March.
Patrick Werr (2017). Selling precious artefacts could top up Egypt's coffers. The National. 29 March.
Stephen Gadd (2017). Danish auction house in hot water again over sale of stolen painting. CPH Post. 28 March.
INAH requests halt to auction of Mexican pieces in France
Información Excélsior (2017). Solicitan al INAH detener subasta de piezas mexicanas en Francia. Sistema Michoacano. 28 March.
Sale of archaeological pieces "disgusts" INAH
Idalia Carrillo (2017). Venta de piecas arqueológicas 'disgusta' al INAH. Sipse. 26 March.
Owen Jarus (2017). $100M in ancient artifacts shipped from Egypt and Turkey to the U.S. in 2016. CBS. 21 March.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Christie's Dubai Yanks Iraqi Painting From Sale Over Smuggling Allegations. ArtNet News. 17 March.
Stephanie Dieckvoss (2017). Why everyone's talking about forensics in the art market. Apollo. 15 March.
Cleaning house: Russian oligarch loses $150million selling four paintings from his famous art collection after bulldozing the $95million Palm Beach estate he bought from Donald Trump( )
Jennifer Smith (2017). Cleaning house: Russian oligarch loses $150million selling four paintings from his famous art collection after bulldozing the $95million Palm Beach estate he bought from Donald Trump. The Daily Mail. 9 March.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Will New York Get Its Own Freeport for Art? ARCIS Plans a Tax Haven in Harlem. ArtNet News. 2 March.
Gene Maddaus (2017). Peter Guber Sues His Insurance Broker Over Stolen Bronze Head. Variety. 2 March.
Ben Paviour (2017). Records Point to Dealer's Role in Artifact Theft. The Cambodia Daily. 22 February.
Josh Niland (2017). How the Met's Sale of a Max Beckmann Painting Changed US Museums. Hyperallergic. 19 February.
Graham Bowley (2017). Has the Art Market Become an Unwitting Partner in Crime?. The New York Times. 19 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Pontormo Failure Prompts Calls for Tighter UK Heritage Protection Rules. ArtNet News. 17 February.
Rick Noack (2017). The Islamic State's 'business model' is failing, study says. The Washington Post. 17 February.
Ömer Erbil (2017). Stolen artifacts from Turkey found in Germany. Hurriyet Daily News. 14 February.
Melanie Gerlis (2017). Why auctioneers are buying into forensics. The Art Newspaper. 13 February.
Laura Chesters (2017). Ethics code and transparency are key in protecting image of art market. Antiques Trade Gazette. 8 February.
Anna Louie Sussman (2017). Major Art Market Players Band Together to Shake Industry's "Shady" Image. Artsy. 7 February.
Nicola Slawson (2017). National Gallery's £30m Pontormo bid rejected owing to sterling slump. The Guardian. 6 February.
Hugo Miller (2017). Geneva Art World Pens Anti-Money-Laundering Guide Amid Scandals. Bloomberg. 25 January.
Patrick Sawer (2017). The strange case of the ancient Assyrian curse and the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. The Telegraph. 21 January.
Philip Chrysopoulos (2017). Greek Archaeologist Prevents Illicit Sale of Antiquity in New York. Greek Reporter. 17 January.
Sonia K. Katyal (2017). How Art and Law Can Work Together Beyond the Marketplace. Hyperallergic. 13 January.
Richard Prince Just Showed Artists a Way to Fight Trump. And May Have Cracked Open a New Contemporary Art Code Too.( )
Jerry Saltz (2017). Richard Prince Just Showed Artists a Way to Fight Trump. And May Have Cracked Open a New Contemporary Art Code Too.. Vulture. 13 January.
Macaela J. Bennett (2017). Withers attorney analyzes New York antiquities scandal. Greenwich Time. 12 January.
Nibih Bulous (2016). After Islamic State institutionalized looting in Syria, the market for fake antiquities is booming. Los Angeles Times. 31 December.
Nazia Parveen (2016). Kirklees council considers selling Francis Bacon painting. The Guardian. 28 December.
The Art Newspaper (2016). Jean Paul Barbier-Mueller, 'gentleman collector' of ethnographic art, has died aged 86. The Art Newspaper. 26 December.
T.K. Rohit (2016). Web of smugglers linked to New York art gallery. The Hindu. 24 December.
Ben Paviour (2016). Angkorian Artifact Dealer Arrested in New York. The Cambodia Daily. 23 December.
Michaela Boland (2016). Art dealer Nancy Wiener who sold stolen Buddha to NGA arrested. The Australian. 22 December.
Lisa Bannon (2016). New York Art Dealer Charged With Trafficking Illegal Antiquities. The Wall Street Journal. 21 December.
Tom Mashberg (2016). Prominent Antiquities Dealer Accused of Selling Stolen Artifacts. The New York Times. 21 December.
Ryan Burns (2016). This Wiyot Tool Dug Up 86 Years Ago by a Notorious Grave Robber is Being Sold in an Online Auction. Lost Coast Outpost. 21 December.
Oscar Lopez (2016). The Tech behind Bitcoin Could Help Artists and Protect Collectors. So Why Won't They Use It?. Artsy. 16 December.
Hili Perlson (2016). Luxembourg Freeport Director David Arendt Quits. ArtNet News. 16 December.
Anny Shaw (2016). Young artists involved in creating Stik mural in Gdansk call for its return. The Art Newspaper. 14 December.
Brian Boucher (2016). Heritage Auction House Sues Christie's and Collectrium Over Data Theft. ArtNet News. 13 December.
George Mikhail (2016). How Egypt intends to stop sale of its relics around the world. Al Monitor. 11 December.
How the antiquities black market thrives on Syria: 'We have the collapse of state institutions and the society holding them all together'( )
Syria Direct (2016). How the antiquities black market thrives on Syria: 'We have the collapse of state institutions and the society holding them all together'. Syria Direct. 8 December.
Vanessa Conneely (2016). Painting stolen by Nazis set to break record at auction. TRTWorld. 8 December.
Adam Sherwin (2016). Sotheby's in 'fake' Fabergé row with billionaire Russian art collector. i News. 6 December.
Nan Spowart (2016). Profile: Art no-one can see - the story of the Geneva free port. The National. 5 December.
Robin Pogrebin (2016). Sotheby's Hires Fraud Expert to Start New Research Department. The New York Times. 5 December.
Will Gompertz (2016). Geneva Free Port: The greatest art collection no-one can see. BBC News. 1 December.
Faisal Fareed (2016). Crowns, necklaces of Rampur Nawabs up for auction; family says no clue how it reached London. Two Circles. 30 November.
Rosalyn DMello (2016). Why the Indian antiquities market is important to Contemporary art. Vogue. 30 November.
Everett Millman (2016). Ancient Coin News – Metal Detectorist Challenges Alton Hoard Value. Coin Week. 28 November.
Susan Moore (2016). Why a sleeping hermaphrodite is causing a stir at Christie's. Apollo. 28 November.
Graham Bowley (2016). Sotheby's Tries to Block Suit Over a Leonardo Sold and Resold at a Big Markup. The New York Times. 28 November.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Egyptian antiquities again offered for sale in London. Egypt Independent. 23 November.
Vandana Kalra (2016). Demonetisation will not affect the auction market, say Saffronart owners. The Indian Express. 14 November.
Cahal Milmo (2016). Treasures worth billions 'hidden in free ports to fund Isis'. i News. 13 November.
The plundering of our archaeological and cultural wealth
Vanguardia (2016). El saqueo de nuestra riqueza arqueológica y cultural. Vanguardia. 7 November.
Aimee Dawson (2016). Outcry after Toledo Museum of Art sells ancient Greek and Egyptian objects at auction. The Art Newspaper. 5 November.
Middle East Monitor (2016). Egypt bans cooperation with Toledo Museum over antiquities' sale. Middle East Monitor. 1 November.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Egypt wants sanctions against museum for selling antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 29 October.
Bosco Dominique (2016). Pondy art galleries under scanner after idol theft. The Times of India. 28 October.
Olivia McEwan (2016). Lessons from the Unfolding Old Masters Forgery Scandal. Hyperallergic. 27 October.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Christie's Had 'Doubts' About Frans Hals Forgery and Declined to Sell. ArtNet News. 27 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.
Ilan Ben Zion (2016). Mummy portraits stolen by Nazis, recovered, sell for over $300,000. The Times of India. 25 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Cyprus demands auction be stopped. The Toledo Blade. 25 October.
Anna Brady (2016). Why it's boom time for the art insurance sector. Apollo. 24 October.
Sarah Cascone (2016). TEFAF's Old Master Dealers Weigh In on the Unfolding $255 Million Forgery Scandal. ArtNet News. 24 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.
TNN (2016). Sellers of ancient coins in Tamil Nadu make a killing online. The Times of India. 20 October.
Kelly Crow (2016). Art Dealer Claims Monet in 1MDB Scandal. The Wall Street Journal. 19 October.
TeleSur (2016). Black Market for Latin American Cultural Heritage Revealed. TeleSur. 18 October.
Vincent Noce (2016). Saint Jerome once owned by controversial collector Giulano Ruffini sent for technical tests. The Art Newspaper. 17 October.
Claire Brown (2016). Massive Art Forgery Ring Reinforces Need For Vigilance Among Buyers. Wealth Management. 17 October.
Precolumbian traffickers supply Precolumbian art to the global illicit market
Hassel Fallas (2016). Traficantes ticos suplen arte precolombino a ilícito mercado mundial. La Nación. 16 October.
The Nazi shadow of Harry Mannil, the collector of stone jaguars
Lorenzo Pirovano (2016). La sombra nazi de Harry Mannil, el coleccionista de jaguares. La Nación. 16 October.
Leonardo Patterson, the art dealer always under suspician
Hassel Fallas (2016). Leonardo Patterson, el comerciante de arte siempre bajo sospecha. La Nación. 16 October.
Stone warrior from Limón was auctioned for $865,000 in Paris
Hassel Fallas (2016). Guerrero de piedra de Limón se subastó en $865.000 en París. La Nación. 16 October.
Collectors preserve archaeological relics despite them being illegal
Hassel Fallas (2016). Coleccionistas conservaron reliquias arqueológicas pese a ser ilegal. La Nación. 16 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Council Sekhemka statue 'now in US'. BBC News. 15 October.
Mary Childs (2016). New old masters reshape the contemporary art market. Financial Times. 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.
David Brancaccio (2016). What makes a piece of artwork valuable?. Marketplace. 13 October.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2016). The Caravaggio work at the centre of the Wildenstein money-laundering trial. The Art Newspaper. 12 October.
Kristina Killgrove (2016). Mummy Crowdfunder Leaves Archaeologists Fuming. Forbes. 10 October.
Owen Jarus (2016). Are These New Dead Sea Scrolls the Real Thing?. Live Science. 10 October.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). Freeports Come Under Scrutiny by UNESCO as Havens for Stolen Cultural Property. ArtNet News. 10 October.
Vincent Noce (2016). Beleaguered Yves Bouvier defends himself and freeport system. The Art Newspaper. 10 October.
Kimball Perry (2016). Crime & The Courts: Stolen Nazi flag's value not just historical. The Columbus Dispatch. 8 October.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Chinese Contemporary Art Collector Guy Ullens Draws Fire for Allegedly Profit-Seeking Moves. ArtNet News. 7 October.
AFP (2016). French minister says stolen art may fund terror via 'free ports'. Yahoo News. 6 October.
James Pickford (2016). Old Master market reels from Sotheby's fake assessment. Financial Times. 5 October.
Sarah Sicard (2016). Should It Be Illegal To Buy And Sell Purple Hearts? One Congressman Thinks So. Task and Purpose. 4 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Sekhemka statue sale: Council 'warned by lawyers'. BBC News. 1 October.
Vijay Kumar (2016). The ghost of Vaman Ghiya is rising. DNA. 24 September.
Silke Koltrowitz (2016). Freeports boom highlights risks of shady activities. Reuters. 22 September.
John Vidal (2016). UK to crack down on illegal ivory sales. The Guardian. 21 September.
Noelle McElhatton (2016). UK ivory ban threat: 'government WILL consult antiques industry'. Antiques Trade Gazette. 21 September.
Ivan Macquisten (2016). Should the art market be more transparent?. Apollo. 16 September.
Debbie Cuthbertson (2016). Aboriginal artefacts in Sotheby's auction prompt questions over provenance. The Sydney Morning Herald. 11 September.
Julia Halpern (2016). Why a growing number of museum veterans are crossing over to the commercial sector. The Art Newspaper. 7 September.
Allison Meier (2016). US Judge Approves Warrant for Acoma Shield Listed for Sale by Paris Auction House. Hyperallergic. 7 September.
Mary Hudetz (2016). Judge OKs return of Native American shield sent to Paris. Las Cruces Sun-News. 31 August.
Vietnam Net (2016). Collector Nguyen Thi Thu Hoa: A code of practice must soon be formed for collectors. Vietnam Net. 31 August.
Kristin Hugo (2016). Human Skulls Are Being Sold Online, But Is It Legal?. National Geographic. 23 August.
Martin Heinrich (2016). Commentary: U.S. must help safeguard tribal patrimony. Santa Fe New Mexican. 20 August.
Anne Constable (2016). Pueblo leaders: Patrimony legislation won't hurt art dealers. Santa Fe New Mexican. 13 August.
Deborah Lehr (2016). The Potential Dark Side of China's Art and Antiquities Boom. The Diplomat. 12 August.
Vicky Smith (2016). Prized painting stolen from Adolf Hitler comes to light 71 years later. Mirror. 12 August.
Ben Guarino (2016). 'A national treasure': The tangled trail of a priceless moon rock memento from Apollo 11. The Washington Post. 11 August.
Apollo 11 lunar samples bag the focus of legal dispute after it was stolen and sold by former Space Center director( )
Associated Press (2016). Apollo 11 lunar samples bag the focus of legal dispute after it was stolen and sold by former Space Center director. The Daily Mail. 6 August.
Scott Reyburn (2016). Rumblings in the Auction World. The New York Times. 5 August.
Robert Ekelund (2016). Why the booming contemporary art market is bad for art museums. The Washington Post. 4 August.
Anna Brady (2016). What do auction house private sales mean for collectors and the art market?. Apollo. 4 August.
Fine Books Magazine (2016). 100 Auction Houses Now Subscribing for Art Loss Register Due Diligence. Fine Books Magazine. 3 August.
Robin Pogrebin (2016). An Exodus at Christie's. The New York Times. 28 July.
Jane Jakeman (2016). Undermined by silence: lack of provenance is devastating flaw of al-Sabah collection catalogue. The Art Newspaper. 26 July.
Susan Mulcahy (2016). A Prized Stettheimer Painting, Sold Under the Radar by a University. The New York Times. 26 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.
Michael Parsons (2016). Stolen paintings found in Wicklow ditch to be auctioned in London. The Irish Times. 24 June.
A vicious circle operates behind the illegal trafficking of archaeological objects: Renfrew
Paula Carrizosa (2016). Detrás del tráfico ilegal de piezas arqueológicas opera un círculo vicioso de poder: Renfrew. La Journada de Oriente. 21 June.
BBC News (2016). Export ban placed on £225,000 Burges vase to keep it in UK. BBC News. 17 June.
Phys.org (2016). Does it pay to invest in art? Returns in fine art have been overestimated. Phys.org. 15 June.
Damian Carrington (2016). Legal ivory sale drove dramatic increase in elephant poaching, study shows. The Guardian. 13 June.
Martin Bailey (2016). British doubts over Joan of Arc's ring. The Art Newspaper. 9 June.
Jonathan Stempel (2016). Non-profit for late caricaturist Al Hirschfeld sues NY gallery. Metro. 8 June.
Swiss Info (2016). Experts help Geneva free port crack down on stolen loot. Swiss Info. 8 June.
Bloomberg (2016). 'Misleading' Modigliani Case Shows Need for Free Port Disclosure. Swiss Info. 8 June.
Albuquerque Journal (2016). Editorial: Acoma shield closer to home. Albuquerque Journal. 5 June.
Cristina Corbin (2016). Spoils of War: Black market robust for military artifacts stolen from public displays. Fox. 4 June.
Darryl Fears (2016). Antique dealers say the new federal ivory ban will cost them up to $12 billion. The Washington Post. 2 June.
James Cuno (2016). Isil rampage: a threat to cultural heritage that belongs to all. The Art Newspaper. 31 May.
France 24 (2016). US hails 'small victory' as Paris auction withdraws Native American shield. France 24. 30 May.
Michael Coleman (2016). Paris auction house cancels sale of Acoma shield. Albuquerque Journal. 30 May.
Michael Coleman (2016). Acoma shield being auctioned in Paris. Albuquerque Journal. 30 May.
Graham Bowley (2016). One of the World's Greatest Art Collections Hides Behind This Fence. The New York Times. 28 May.
Nicholas Cecil (2016). EU licences plan 'could hit London art market'. Evening Standard. 27 May.
Associated Press (2016). The Latest: Officials say Acoma shield was stolen years ago. Yahoo News. 27 May.
Martin Heinrich (2016). Heinrich: Halt French Auction of Sacred Native American Artifacts. KRWG. 26 May.
David Smith (2016). Native Americans implore France to halt artifact sale: 'It harkens to slave auctions'. The Guardian. 25 May.
AFP (2016). Native Americans step up fight over sacred object auctions. The Daily Mail. 24 May.
Rashmi Menon (2016). Christie's auctions cardiologist Dr. Lahiri's artworks for $2,376,500. The Economic Times. 18 May.
Ancient Egyptian statue of Sekhemka disappears into private collection in 'moral crime against world heritage'( )
Ian Johnston (2016). Ancient Egyptian statue of Sekhemka disappears into private collection in 'moral crime against world heritage'. The Independent. 9 May.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Art Demystified: Art Auctions and Minimum Price Guarantees. ArtNet News. 6 May.
Shirley Mueller (2016). Uncontrolled Collecting: An Impulse Control Disorder?. Physician's Money Digest. 5 May.
Noah Charney (2016). How Not to Buy Stolen, Looted or Forged Art. Observer. 4 May.
Marion Maneker (2016). The Freeport Scandal That Isn't … a Scandal. Art Market Monitor. 29 April.
Bloomberg (2016). Art Collectors Start to Quit Geneva as Scandals Dent Reputation. Swiss Info. 29 April.
Georgina Adam (2016). How transparent is the art market?. Financial Times. 28 April.
Paul Black (2016). Francis Bacon Controversy: Unauthenticated Drawings Go On Sale. Artlyst. 21 April.
Brigid Delaney (2016). How do you buy Indigenous Australian art ethically?. The Guardian. 18 April.
Richard Emblin (2016). Crown of the Andes sold on the cheap?. The City Paper. 14 April.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Storm clouds gather over German art market. The Art Newspaper. 14 April.
Benjamin Sutton (2016). Panama Papers Shed Light on the Shadowy Art Market. Hyperallergic. 12 April.
Juliette Garside (2016). How offshore firm helped billionaire change the art world for ever. The Guardian. 7 April.
Barbara Slavin (2016). Private collectors fuel demand for looted Mideast antiquities. Al Monitor. 7 April.
Ben Davis (2016). Explosive 'Panama Papers' Highlight Art's Role in Lives of Tax-Dodging Superrich. ArtNet News. 4 April.
Martin Bailey (2016). Sekhemka to leave the UK as export licence deadline passes. The Art Newspaper. 1 April.
Max Aantjes (2016). This Is Not a Banksy: BBC Radio 4. Student Newspaper. 29 March.
Michaela Boland (2016). NGA keeping mum on 1000-year-old Indian goddess statue. The Australian. 29 March.
Carrie Coolidge (2016). Antiquities: Buying Tips. Barron's. 26 March.
Scott Reyburn (2016). Market for Chinese Art Is Increasingly in China. The New York Times. 25 March.
Paul Lynch (2016). Egyptian bid to buy Sekhemka statue back for £15m is 'unethical', says action group. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 18 March.
Vanessa Thorpe (2016). Former teacher calls for valuable art to be returned for pupils. The Guardian. 12 March.
Georgina Adam (2016). Antiquities: The Spoils of War. Financial Times. 11 March.
Colin Moynihan (2016). Federal Agents Raid Christie's, Seizing 2 Ancient Sculptures. The New York Times. 11 March.
ICE (2016). ICE recovers stolen Indian artifacts from major auction house ahead of Asia Week New York. ICE. 11 March.
Paul Lynch (2016). Egyptian embassy could buy Sekhemka statue and loan it to British Museum. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 11 March.
Martin Bailey (2016). Egyptian ambassador proposes plan to share Sekhemka. The Art Newspaper. 8 March.
The Cairo Post (2016). Egypt struggles to halt sale of artifacts at Dutch auction house. The Cairo Post. 2 March.
Jessica Elgot (2016). Gang may have stolen antiquities for Chinese market, says expert. The Guardian. 1 March.
Marion Maneker (2016). Christie's Seeks Judgment Against Mugrabi Family for $32m Unpaid on Basquiat Painting. Art Market Monitor. 29 February.
Patricia Treble (2016). Why art galleries are quietly clearing out their vaults. McLean's. 28 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). UK Imposes Export Ban on $2.9 Million Giacometti Sculpture. ArtNet News. 26 February.
Geoff Hiscock (2016). Australian gallery identifies looted Indian treasures. Nikkei. 26 February.
Leila Amineddoleh (2016). How western art collectors are helping to fund Isis. The Guardian. 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.
Shalailah Medhora (2016). Provenance of 22 Asian artworks at National Gallery of Australia in doubt. The Guardian. 17 February.
The Knoedler Gallery Settlement Is the Biggest Missed Opportunity for Greater Art Market Transparency in 100 Years( )
Leila Amineddoleh (2016). The Knoedler Gallery Settlement Is the Biggest Missed Opportunity for Greater Art Market Transparency in 100 Years. Artsy. 16 February.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Top 9 Takeaways From Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 12 February.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Billionaire Leon Black Revealed as Mystery Buyer for Contested Picasso Bust. ArtNet News. 4 February.
Nick Bieber (2016). 'Short-sighted' council 'lost opportunity to put Northampton on the map' by selling Sekhemka. Northants Herald & Post. 3 February.
Martin Bailey (2016). Tate director backs Art Fund's call for UK export licence reform after Rembrandt fiasco. The Art Newspaper. 1 February.
Vincent Noce (2016). Van Gogh's Garden at Auvers, once labelled a fake, gets its day in the sun at Royal Academy. The Art Newspaper. 30 January.
Coin Week (2016). The Modern Hobby of Ancient Coins – A CoinWeek Exclusive with Harlan J. Berk. Coin Week. 28 January.
Jay Mark (2016). The arrival and success of Indian curio shops in Tempe. The Arizona Republic. 28 January.
Nick Clark (2016). Stolen art tracking companies ALR and ARG embroiled in 'bizarre' legal row. The Independent. 28 January.
Melanie Gerlis (2016). Art Loss Register faces competition complaint from Art Recovery Group. The Art Newspaper. 26 January.
Cait Munro (2016). Sotheby's Announces Significant Losses in Its Historic Taubman Sale. ArtNet News. 25 January.
Kabir Sehgal (2016). Welcome to the 'Academy Awards' of Coin Collecting. Fortune. 16 January.
Lois Williams (2016). Te Pahi's medal among Waitangi treasures. Radio New Zealand. 14 January.
Hindustan Times (2016). Assam: Government asked to stop auction of Jahangir's 400-year-old golden hookah. The Northeast Today. 14 January.
Javier Pes (2016). Local councils resist temptation to cash-in on their art—for the time being. The Art Newspaper. 13 January.
Robin Pogrebin (2016). Picasso Bust at Center of Custody Battle Between Gagosian and Qatar Royal Family. The New York Times. 12 January.
Graham Bowley (2016). Up for Auction: Real Art, Owned by a Seller of Forgeries. The New York Times. 8 January.
Joel Baden (2016). Can Hobby Lobby Buy the Bible?. The Atlantic. 7 January.
Willis Ryder Arnold (2016). St. Louis archaeologists still split over last year's controversial antiquities sale. St. Louis Public Radio. 4 January.
Stacy Perman (2016). New York Comes Down on Art Collectors. Barron's. 1 January.
DCMS (2015). 'Lost' £30m masterpiece now at risk of leaving UK. UK Government. 23 December.
Nazim Baksh (2015). Royal Ontario Museum caught up in looted antiquities investigation. CBC. 21 December.
Helen Stoilas (2015). Christie's to sell 2,000 photographs seized by US government in biodiesel fraud. The Art Newspaper. 10 December.
Sarah Cascone (2015). Christie's Withdraws Potentially Looted Dagger from Antiquities Auction. ArtNet News. 10 December.
Evan Ryan (2015). Statement on Paris Auction of Native American Objects. United States Department of State. 4 December.
Ben Taub (2015). The Real Value of the ISIS Antiquities Trade. The New Yorker. 4 December.
Secretary Jewell Advances Discussion on Repatriation of Tribal Sacred Objects with French Authorities( )
United States Department of the Interior (2015). Secretary Jewell Advances Discussion on Repatriation of Tribal Sacred Objects with French Authorities. United States Department of the Interior. 2 December.
Coline Milliard (2015). Tunisia's Culture Ministry Blocks Auction of Looted Antiquities. ArtNet News. 24 November.
Jim Armitage (2015). UK still a safe haven for dirty money, study finds. The Independent. 23 November.
Susan Bell (2015). Scholars gain insight from the geographical and cultural movement of artifacts. Phys.org. 20 November.
Jennifer Schuessler (2015). Greek New Testament Papyrus Is Discovered on eBay. The New York Times. 20 November.
Marion Maneker (2015). In France, Fears that Rare Book and Manuscript Fund is a €500m Fraud. Art Market Monitor. 19 November.
Anny Shaw (2015). Sotheby's offers voluntary redundancies to cut costs. The Art Newspaper. 17 November.
Robin Pogrebin (2015). Worries of Market Chill at Sotheby's Auction of Ex-Chief's Collection. The New York Times. 5 November.
Maev Kennedy (2015). Alfred Taubman's $500m art trove goes under the hammer. The Guardian. 4 November.
Scott Reyburn (2015). A New Battleground for 'Classic Art'. The New York Times. 30 October.
Antiques Trade Gazette (2015). Royal Institution to sell 'non-core' items. Antiques Trade Gazette. 28 October.
Brian Boucher (2015). Christie's Withdraws Portrait Gifted By Richard Avedon After Foundation Complains. ArtNet News. 26 October.
Graham Bowley (2015). Art Collectors Find Safe Harbor in Delaware's Tax Laws. The New York Times. 25 October.
Stacy Perman (2015). Stashing Your Art in a Tax Haven Can Be Dicey. Barron's. 24 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.
Gully Wells (2015). Collecting Art for Love, Not Money. The New York Times. 13 October.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Venice Mayor to Deaccession Klimt and Chagall Masterpieces to Pay Off City Debts. ArtNet News. 12 October.
Josh Logue (2015). You Can't Sell What's Not Yours. Inside Higher Ed. 7 October.
Patrick Steel (2015). Action group says DCMS lobbied it to fundraise for Sekhemka. Museums Journal. 7 October.
IANS (2015). Chandigarh Architect's Artefacts Fetch Millions Abroad. Deccan Herald. 6 October.
AMA (2015). National Treasure or Disputes of Heritage. AMA. 2 October.
Art Forum (2015). Association of Art Museum Directors Establish New Protocol for Protecting Antiquities. Art Forum. 2 October.
Justin St. P. Walsh (2015). Marion True Does Not Deserve Our Sympathy. Hyperallergic. 2 October.
BBC News (2015). Serious intention to raise funds to save Sekhemka Egyptian statue. BBC News. 2 October.
Scott Reyburn (2015). A Tug of War Over Art-Sales Transparency. The New York Times. 25 September.
Stacy Perman (2015). This is bad news for people who spend millions on art. Fortune. 24 September.
John Letzing (2015). Oligarchs and Orchestras: Inside Luxembourg's Secretive Low-Tax 'Fortress of Art' Warehouse. The Wall Street Journal. 21 September.
Frank Hopper (2015). Sale of Sacred Object Stopped By Museum and Native Leaders. Indian Country Today. 19 September.
Christie's (2015). Lights, Camera, Antiquities. Christie's. 14 September.
Noah Charney (2015). The revised mission of the Green family's Museum of the Bible. Tulsa World. 13 September.
BBC News (2015). Britain has a 'hidden' art collection worth £3.5bn. BBC News. 4 September.
Kathryn Tully (2015). How to buy antiquities. Financial Times. 4 September.
Auction for bargain hunters! Bonhams puts 'cheaper' items under the hammer to attract new collectors( )
Lana Lam (2015). Auction for bargain hunters! Bonhams puts 'cheaper' items under the hammer to attract new collectors. South China Morning Post. 30 August.
Third Piece Of Legendary "Christ Trilogy" To Be Removed From Debrecen Museum After Talks Collapse With National Bank( )
Hungary Today (2015). Third Piece Of Legendary "Christ Trilogy" To Be Removed From Debrecen Museum After Talks Collapse With National Bank. Hungary Today. 27 August.
Leila Amineddoleh (2015). Can the Market Help Preserve Threatened Antiquities?. The Wall Street Journal. 27 August.
Alanna Martinez (2015). Disgraced Getty Curator Marion True Roars Back With Tell-All Memoir. Observer. 25 August.
Ian Johnston (2015). Statue 'might never be seen in public again'. IOL. 24 August.
Ian Johnston (2015). Egypt in crowd-funding campaign to save ancient statue sold by UK museum. The Independent. 23 August.
One of the world's most respected curators vanished from the art world. Now she wants to tell her story.( )
Geoff Edgers (2015). One of the world's most respected curators vanished from the art world. Now she wants to tell her story.. The Washington Post. 22 August.
Maram Mazen (2015). Egypt's antiquities ministry urges Egyptians to donate to buy ancient statue sold by museum. Star Tribune. 22 August.
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The work of Gerhard Richter: I paint my world
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Looted in Syria – and sold in London: the British antiques shops dealing in artefacts smuggled by Isis( )
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Sale of Kanak Art Suspended
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Thirteen pieces auctioned in the U.S. left Peru illegally
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Stolen Kanak art objects offered at a large auction in Switzerland?
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Fake Ancient Egyptian artefact used by Tsar Alexander III of Russia sold to buyer from Denmark at Folkestone auction( )
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BBC News (2015). Iraq: 'Bidders vie' for Saddam Hussein execution rope. BBC News. 4 February.
'Archaeology' offered online
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Zaryd Wilson (2015). Wanganui expert fights to ban moa trade. Wanganui Chronicle. 9 January.
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Mother Goddess auction: Christie's halts sale of 'stolen' $1m Bronze Age pagan icon after Sardinia campaigns for its return( )
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Chinese Collectors Secure 'Min' Fanglei at Christie's, Auction Cancelled, Sale Price Exceeds $20 million( )
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