Shaye Weaver (2021). Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art. Time Out. 18 August.
Watchdog Group Links Rubin-Ladd Foundation, a Prolific Museum Benefactor, to Jailed Antiquities Dealer Subhash Kapoor( )
Dorian Batycka (2021). Watchdog Group Links Rubin-Ladd Foundation, a Prolific Museum Benefactor, to Jailed Antiquities Dealer Subhash Kapoor. ArtNet News. 18 August.
Nation (2021). Tara: The Sri Lankan Deity At The British Museum. Nation. 18 August.
Shiryn Ghermezian (2021). New York's Jewish Museum Unveils Exhibit Featuring Nazi-Looted Art by Picasso, Chagall, Matisse. The Algemeiner. 18 August.
Restitution Experts Blast Houston's Museum of Fine Arts for Refusing to Return a Painting Once Purchased for Hitler's Museum( )
Sarah Cascone (2021). Restitution Experts Blast Houston's Museum of Fine Arts for Refusing to Return a Painting Once Purchased for Hitler's Museum. ArtNet News. 18 August.
Deborah Anderson (2021). Glasgow's collection of looted Benin bronzes could be repatriated to Nigeria. The Herald. 17 August.
George Vardas (2021). Who will rescue the Parthenon sculptures from its British `saviours'?. Greek City Times. 16 August.
The Retirement of the Guardian of Sipán
Juana Gallegos (2021). El retiro del guardián de Sipán. La República. 15 August.
The Florida Star (2021). Lost And Found: Rare Treasures Stolen From Museum Are Returned 50 Years Later. The Florida Star. 13 August.
Lisa Liebman (2021). Does Netflix's This Is a Robbery Solve a 30-Year-Old Art Heist Mystery?. Vanity Fair. 9 April.
Stephan Salisbury (2021). Rally demands the repatriation of the Penn Museum's Morton skull collection. The Philadelphia Inquirer. 9 April.
Melissa Gronlund (2021). Mosul Cultural Museum rises from the ravages of Isis. The Art Newspaper. 5 April.
Angelos Chaniotis (2021). Marbles United, not Marbles Returned. eKathimerini. 31 March.
Arthur Scott-Geddes (2021). The hunt for Abdul Remmo: Arab fugitive wanted over €1bn heist `hiding in Germany'. The National News. 30 March.
Royal Tombs of "the Lord of Sipán": A Milestone in the History of Peru
Paul Monzón (2021). Tumbas Reales del “Señor de Sipán”: Un hito en la historia del Perú. Travellers. 30 March.
NLTimes (2021). Groninger Museum to celebrate stolen Van Gogh painting a year after the theft. NLTimes. 29 March.
Will Jackson (2021). How many antiquities in Australian museums are stolen from our neighbours?. ABC Australia. 28 March.
Ploenpote Atthakor (2021). Ancient lintels coming home. Bangkok Post. 26 March.
Relic diplomacy: ancient looted treasures returned to their true owners
Ramiro Pellet Lastra (2021). La diplomacia de las reliquias: antiguos tesoros saqueados vuelven a sus verdaderos dueños. La Nacion. 26 March.
José Da Silva, Cristina Ruiz (2021). Serpentine drops Sackler name following `rebranding'. The Art Newspaper. 25 March.
RAPSI (2021). Ex-Culture official charged with Hermitage Museum embezzlement extradited from Austria. RAPSI. 25 March.
The Harvard Crimson (2021). The Crime Scene of Stolen Objects at the Peabody. The Harvard Crimson. 24 March.
Delande Justinvil, Chip Colwell (2021). US museums hold the remains of thousands of Black people. The Conversation. 24 March.
Museums in the West are full of stolen treasures – by visiting them are we perpetuating colonial-era violence?( )
Peter Neville-Hadley (2021). Museums in the West are full of stolen treasures – by visiting them are we perpetuating colonial-era violence?. South China Morning Post. 20 March.
Dan Solomon (2021). A Pair of Thieves Broke Into a Houston Art Museum, Then Escaped by Boat. Texas Monthly. 17 March.
Jenny Gross (2021). We Don't Know How Much Art Has Gone Missing From Museums. The New York Times. 16 March.
Neos Kosmos (2021). Response to Boris Johnson's comments about the Parthenon Marbles. Neos Kosmos. 16 March.
Daniel Taylor (2021). The footballer turned art thief who stole The Scream. The Athletic. 15 March.
Harrison Mwilima (2020). Africa must unite to demand stolen art's return. DW. 21 December.
Philani Nombembe (2020). Investigation accuses Robben Island Museum officials of mismanagement. Times. 19 December.
Restitution Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza Must Pay the Louvre €5,000 for Taking an Artwork From a Display Case( )
Kate Brown (2020). Restitution Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza Must Pay the Louvre €5,000 for Taking an Artwork From a Display Case. Artnet News. 18 December.
Hellenic Museum to benefit from new law which allows for stockpiled antiquities to be displayed abroad( )
Mary Sinandis (2020). Hellenic Museum to benefit from new law which allows for stockpiled antiquities to be displayed abroad. Neos Kosmos. 18 December.
Jacob Kushner (2020). In Germany, a new museum stirs up a colonial controversy. National Geographic. 16 December.
Tessa Soloman (2020). Ian Jenkins, British Museum Curator Involved in Elgin Marbles Controversy, Has Died at 67. Artnet News. 16 December.
University of Birmingham academic gets £1.8 million grant to research into artefacts repatriation from Europe( )
Birmingham University (2020). University of Birmingham academic gets £1.8 million grant to research into artefacts repatriation from Europe. Birmingham University. 14 December.
Cecilio Padilla (2020). Man Suspected Of Burglarizing Gold Rush-Era Mine Museum In Amador County. CBS. 10 December.
Catherine Hickley (2020). Smithsonian and Berlin museums join forces to investigate Asian art provenance. The Art Newspaper. 10 December.
Joe Snell (2020). Scarred but still standing, Mosul museum reopens at last. Al Monitor. 8 December.
Geraldine Fabrikant (2020). The World's Most Glamorous Quarantine Project. The New York Times. 28 November.
Alexei Koseff (2020). California bill seeks to give tribes more standing to recover sacred objects from museums. San Francisco Chronicle. 28 November.
'Restitution is important but it is not essential': the African museums building a homegrown cultural revival( )
Ayodeji Rotinwa (2020). 'Restitution is important but it is not essential': the African museums building a homegrown cultural revival. The Art Newspaper. 27 November.
Carl Holm (2020). Germany's heist that shocked the museum world: the Green Vault theft. DW. 24 November.
Gordon Govier (2020). Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?. Christianity Today. 23 November.
Julia Crawford (2020). Swiss take steps to `decolonise' cultural artefacts. Swiss Info. 22 November.
The Times of Israel (2020). Israeli intel firm says it helped solve billion-dollar German jewel heist. The Times of Israel. 22 November.
Middle East Eye (2020). Egypt: Anger at loan of Islamic artefacts to Saudi Arabia for two years. Middle East Eye. 15 November.
Mark Brown (2020). New museum in Nigeria raises hopes of resolution to Benin bronzes dispute. The Guardian. 14 November.
Suyin Haynes (2020). The battle get our art back. The Southern Times Africa. 13 November.
Jessica Leigh Hester (2020). The Fossils That Get Away (From Scientists). Atlas Obscura. 13 November.
Joshua Rhett Miller (2020). Stolen Bigfoot statue found in California, returned to museum. New York Post. 13 November.
Alexis Akwagyiram (2020). Nigeria expects more Benin Bronze returns as soon as next year. Reuters. 12 November.
DW (2020). Looted artifacts on show in Russia highlight research. My Joy Online. 11 November.
Daily Trust (2020). West Africa: Inside the Illicit Trade in West Africa's Oldest Artworks. All Africa. 11 November.
Caribbean National Weekly (2020). Jamaican Government Looks to Retrieve Artefacts from British Museum. Caribbean National Weekly. 10 November.
Gabriella Angeleti (2020). Minneapolis art museum criticised for keeping ancient Indigenous objects. The Art Newspaper. 9 November.
Garry Maddox (2020). Geoffrey Robertson to push for Gweagal shield's return in new series. The Age. 8 November.
Stephanie De La Rey (2020). SA Hip Hop museum allegedly trashed after reports of a break-in. Briefly. 5 November.
Helen Holmes (2020). France Passes a Bill to Return Looted Art to Benin and Senegal Within a Year. Observer. 5 November.
Jessica Carpani (2020). Benin Bronzes must be returned to Africa, says curator of Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum. The Telegraph. 5 November.
Thieves Swipe Nazi Uniforms From a Danish Museum, the Latest in a Bizarre Wave of World War II Memorabilia Robberies( )
Sarah Cascone (2020). Thieves Swipe Nazi Uniforms From a Danish Museum, the Latest in a Bizarre Wave of World War II Memorabilia Robberies. ArtNet News. 4 November.
Lindokuhle Nkosi (2020). Attempted robbery at MuseumAfrica causes flood, raises concern over heritage sector management. News 24. 3 November.
Angela Ufheil (2020). The History of Museums Is More Fraught Than You Might Think. 5280. 3 November.
Kyle Paoletta (2020). The Re-Education of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston Magazine. 2 November.
Kwame Opoku (2020). Did British Museum Buy Most Of Its Thirteen Million Artefacts?. Modern Ghana. 4 September.
Andre Chumko (2020). German museum agrees to return mummified Māori heads to NZ. Stuff.co.nz. 3 September.
Catherine Hickley (2020). Berlin returns tattooed Maori heads to New Zealand. The Art Newspaper. 2 September.
Our museums are full of stolen colonial loot – let's face up to our shameful history and give it back( )
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (2020). Our museums are full of stolen colonial loot – let's face up to our shameful history and give it back. INews. 31 August.
Maxine Jacons (2020). Theft of high-priced huia from rural museum remains a mystery. Stuff.co.nz. 30 August.
Mark Brown (2020). 'Fake' Rembrandt came from artist's workshop and is possibly genuine. The Guardian. 30 August.
Antonio Cascais (2020). Germany's colonial past catches up with it. DW. 30 August.
Anna Wichmann (2020). Creative Protest for the Return of the Parthenon Marbles Held at the British Museum. Greek Reporter. 28 August.
Alex Marshall (2020). The British Museum Reopens to a World That Has Changed. The New York Times. 27 August.
Nina Loasana (2020). Presidential Secretariat hands over artifacts from Netherlands to National Museum. The Jakarta Post. 27 August.
Betsy Bradley (2020). A Museum Director Asks: What if Art Museums Can't Measure Up to the Present Moment?. Hyperallergic. 26 August.
Wim Bossema (2020). Let Western Museums Lease the Art Stolen in Colonial Times. Zam Magazine. 24 August.
Rachel Morris (2020). Museums are the guardians of our memories – but they are fighting to survive. INews. 24 August.
A Scholar and an Art Institute Are Currently Waging a Scorched-Earth Legal Battle Over Valuable Modigliani Research( )
Eileen Kinsella (2020). A Scholar and an Art Institute Are Currently Waging a Scorched-Earth Legal Battle Over Valuable Modigliani Research. ArtNet News. 18 August.
DW (2020). Burundi to demand €36 billion from Germany, Belgium for colonial rule: report. DW. 16 August.
Catherine Hickley (2020). How recent anti-racism protests have pushed a longstanding debate about colonial looting in Europe. The Art Newspaper. 14 August.
John Geddes (2020). The long, dark past behind the National Gallery's latest acquisition. MacLean's. 13 August.
The Museum of the Bible Is in Discussions With Iraq to Reach a Settlement Over Thousands of Disputed Antiquities in Its Collection( )
Naomi Rea (2020). The Museum of the Bible Is in Discussions With Iraq to Reach a Settlement Over Thousands of Disputed Antiquities in Its Collection. ArtNet News. 11 August.
Nick Lunch, Tricia Jenkins (2020). Living cultures: decolonising cultural spaces. Ecologist. 11 August.
What Defines a Museum? The Question Has Thrown the Art World's Leading Professional Organization Into Turmoil( )
Kate Brown (2020). What Defines a Museum? The Question Has Thrown the Art World's Leading Professional Organization Into Turmoil. ArtNet News. 10 August.
The Economist (2020). Activist curators are sharpening the debate on restitution. The Economist. 8 August.
Masimba Mavaza (2020). Mbuya Nehanda's remains are still in a London Museum as she is insulted by Ryton Dzimiri. Bulawayo 24. 2 August.
Killian Fox (2020). Are ghosts haunting the British Museum?. 1843 Magazine. 1 June.
Ariel Sabar (2020). A Mystery at Oxford. The Atlantic. 1 June.
AFP (2020). Greece calls again for return of Parthenon marbles. AFP. 25 May.
David D'Arcy (2020). Hobby Lobby Lawsuits and a Scholar's Arrest Expose a Dark Side of Biblical Studies. Observer. 23 May.
Chase Carter (2020). Museum Experts Weigh In On Animal Crossing New Horizons' Museum. Kotaku. 22 May.
Sky News (2020). Australia: German student breaks into museum to take selfies with dinosaurs. Sky News. 18 May.
Christian Levett James Palmer (2020). How retired hedge fund manager Chris Levett started a museum. The Times. 16 May.
Viki Gerova (2020). 'Night At The Museum': Police Looking For Man Who Took Selfies With Dinosaur After Alleged Break-In. 10 Daily. 15 May.
`It's the First Domino': After the Museum of the Bible Discovered Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake, the Field Braces for More Revelations( )
Sarah Cascone (2020). `It's the First Domino': After the Museum of the Bible Discovered Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake, the Field Braces for More Revelations. ArtNet News. 16 March.
Murray Whyte (2020). Gardner Museum's new audio tour follows the footprints of art thieves. The Boston Globe. 14 March.
Craig Simpson (2020). Natural History Museum responds to demands to repatriate ancient human skull back to Africa. The Telegraph. 14 March.
Kelly Horan (2020). How the Gardner Museum's security head befriended `the greatest art thief that ever lived'. The Boston Globe. 14 March.
Charles Darwent (2020). Ulay obituary. The Guardian. 11 March.
An Exhibition of the Royal Family of Liechtenstein's Art Collection Has Become Radioactive After a Revival of Accusations About WWII( )
Taylor Defoe (2020). An Exhibition of the Royal Family of Liechtenstein's Art Collection Has Become Radioactive After a Revival of Accusations About WWII. ArtNet News. 10 March.
David Batty (2020). India asks Oxford museum to return 'stolen' bronze statue. The Guardian. 21 February.
Gareth Harris (2020). Suspect list in stolen Klimt saga grows. The Art Newspaper. 19 February.
Fanni Kaszás (2020). Operation Budapest: Documentary on the 1983 Fine Arts Museum Heist. Hungary Today. 18 February.
Press Association (2020). Parthenon marbles `not up for discussion' during EU trade talks – Government. The National. 18 February.
Anastassia Boutsko (2020). How Berlin's lost Victoria statue turned up at the Hermitage Museum. DW. 14 February.
TNN (2020). Picture of stolen Thirumangai Alwar idol matches one in London Museum. The Times of India. 13 February.
Telangana Today (2020). Burglars who stole from Nizam's Museum convicted in Hyderabad. Telengana Today. 11 February.
Tasos Kokkinidis (2020). Greek Students Sing for Return of Parthenon Marbles at British Museum. Greek Reporter. 11 February.
Patrick Sullivan (2020). Cyber criminals in the frame after National Portrait Gallery is hit with 350,000 email attacks. The Commentator. 10 February.
Graham Bowley (2020). The Mystery of the Painting in Gallery 634. The New York Times. 8 February.
Jessica Gelt (2020). A Gauguin sculpture that wasn't, and the sleuth whose fight with the Getty isn't over. Los Angeles Times. 5 February.
Gareth Harris (2020). Looted ancient temple sculpture—seized by UK police—will go home to Afghanistan. The Art Newspaper. 5 February.
Emily Broncz (2020). Rare footy shirt swiped from National Football Museum in Manchester. Manchester Evening News. 3 February.
Ben Quinn (2020). Devon museum in repatriation dispute over indigenous relics. The Guardian. 2 February.
Alex Marshall (2020). Klimt Painting Found in Museum's Wall Is Authentic, Experts Say. The New York Times. 17 January.
Associated Press (2020). Native American artifacts returned to Providence museum. The Westerly Sun. 17 January.
Cnaan Liphshiz (2019). Dutch museum opts to keep paintings acquired during the Holocaust. Intermountain Jewish News. 1 August.
Matha Busby (2019). Campaigners protest against BP sponsorship of British Museum. The Guardian. 16 February.
Colin Moynihan (2019). Met Museum to Return Prize Artifact Because It Was Stolen. The New York Times. 15 February.
Asharq Al-Awsat (2019). Scotland Insists on Legal Right to Keep Pyramid Stone, Egypt Awaits Documents. Asharq Al-Awsat. 13 February.
Tehran Times (2019). Persian antiquities found in almost all museums worldwide. Tehran Times. 11 February.
Thomas K. Grose (2019). Who Owns Culture?. US News and World Report. 7 February.
Nancy Kenney (2019). Brooklyn Museum's detective work reveals original owners of African mask. The Art Newspaper. 7 February.
Severin Carrell (2019). Museum of Scotland says Egyptian pyramid stone is not stolen. The Guardian. 6 February.
Catherine Hickley (2019). Germany allocates €1.9m for museums to research colonial-era acquisitions. The Art Newspaper. 5 February.
Sara Thoth Stub (2019). Digging Up Controversy. US News and World Report. 5 February.
This Daily (2019). Lagos Writes British Museum, Demands Return of Stolen Sculpture. This Daily. 4 February.
Amy Liu (2019). Anonymous flyers call on Penn Museum to return two 'stolen' artifacts to China. The Daily Pennsylvanian. 4 February.
Gareth Harris (2019). Nigeria calls for return of Lander Stool from the British Museum. The Art Newspaper. 4 February.
Tarisai Ngangura (2019). The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections. Vice. 25 January.
Richard Sandomir (2019). Lamia al-Gailani Werr, 80, Dies; Archaeologist Rescued Iraqi Art. The New York Times. 25 January.
Amit Roy (2019). British museums to relabel colonial treasures. The Telegraph. 23 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2019). Antiquities ministry starts inventory of artefact storehouses throughout Egypt. Ahram Online. 22 January.
CBC (2019). Remains of 2 Beothuk people to be transferred from Scotland to Canada. CBC. 21 January.
Will they be returned? National Museum of Scotland to reach decision on return of Beothuk remains to Newfoundland( )
Phil Miller (2019). Will they be returned? National Museum of Scotland to reach decision on return of Beothuk remains to Newfoundland. The Herald. 20 January.
Molly Glentzer (2019). Bryan Museum show revisits a famous art heist. Houston Chronicle. 18 January.
Liam Kirkaldy (2019). The UK's past means disputes over its museum contents are inevitable. Holyrood. 18 January.
Yvette Tan (2019). Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China. BBC News. 16 January.
Elizabeth Marlowe (2019). The Met's antiquated views of antiquities need updating. The Art Newspaper. 15 January.
Michael Press (2019). In Jerusalem, a Museum's Ethics Go Astray. Hyperallergic. 14 January.
Eveline De Klerk (2019). American museum closes viewing of Namibian human remains. New Era. 14 January.
Maayan Hoffman (2018). Exhibit reveals never-seen artifacts rescued from archaeological thieves. The Jerusalem Post. 30 December.
Express News Service (2018). Prince Muffakham Jah lauds police efforts. The New Indian Express. 29 December.
Javier Pes, Eileen Kinsella (2018). These Are The 12 Biggest Controversies That Rocked the Art World in 2018. ArtNet News. 28 December.
Amanda Borschel-Dan (2018). Artifacts stolen and smuggled in the West Bank now on display in Jerusalem. The Times of Israel. 27 December.
Vincent Noce (2018). The repatriation debate intensifies as calls for post-colonial restitution grow—but is it legal?. The Art Newspaper. 27 December.
Naveen Kumar (2018). Hyderabad: With few clues, cops crack museum heist. Deccan Chronicle. 27 December.
The Guardian (2018). The Guardian view on the restitution of cultural property. The Guardian. 26 December.
Wiebke Ahrndt (2018). German museums 'willing to return' looted colonial objects. DW. 26 December.
Mary Carolan (2018). National Museum 'did not apply proper procedures', court hears. The Irish Times. 20 December.
JNS (2018). Jerusalem Museum to Display Looted Near East Artifacts. Breaking Israel News. 20 December.
Cleveland Museum of Art hires Seth Pevnick as 'profoundly ethical' curator of ancient Greek and Roman art( )
Steven Litt (2018). Cleveland Museum of Art hires Seth Pevnick as 'profoundly ethical' curator of ancient Greek and Roman art. Cleveland.com. 20 December.
Saskia Vermeylen (2018). Easter Island Statues: International Law is Shifting Against British Museum. Intercontinental Cry. 18 December.
Gregory Pappas (2018). Italy is Unreasonable to Claim to the Getty's "Victorious Youth" Statue. The Pappas Post. 17 December.
Ruqaya Izzidien (2018). Stolen goods: Britain's museums must hand back colonial plunder. Middle East Eye. 14 December.
Kieron Monks (2018). British Museum to return Benin bronzes to Nigeria. CNN. 14 December.
Stephen K. Urice (2018). Why the U.S. Should Not Assist Italy in Forfeiting a Rare Bronze. The New York Times. 10 December.
Marion Giraldo (2018). Easter Island mayor concedes Moai statue might be better left in British Museum. Reuters. 10 December.
TASS (2018). New York museum says no info that its Malevich painting was stolen from Russia. TASS. 9 November.
TASS (2018). Rostov Kremlin museum seeks to solve art forgery in dialogue with US, Greek museums. TASS. 8 November.
Tom Potter (2018). Man denies breaking into Suffolk museum and stealing artefacts. East Anglian Daily Times. 7 November.
Emmanuel Grynszpan (2018). Un musée russe accuse le Centre Pompidou d'exposer un Malevitch volé. Le Journal des Arts. 6 November.
Gabriella Angeleti (2018). Native American group denounces Met's exhibition of indigenous objects. The Art Newspaper. 6 November.
John Wilson (2018). Murdered mob boss gave stolen Boston art to IRA, says former Met detective. The Guardian. 4 November.
Malcolm Choat, Rachel Yuen-Collingridge (2018). Unearthing museum fakes is critical for setting the historical record straight. Lighthouse. 2 November.
Stephen Kurkjian (2018). Bulger And The Gardner Heist — A Lot Of Speculation, And Very Little Evidence. WBUR. 31 October.
Shelby Miller (2018). Looters steal vintage firearms from Aberdeen Museum of History ashes. KIRO. 30 October.
Brigit Katz (2018). Forced to Close by Civil War, the National Museum of Damascus Re-Opens Its Doors. Smithsonian. 30 October.
NBC (2018). Columbus Statue, Italian Immigration Museum in Philly Vandalized on Columbus Day. NBC. 8 October.
PR News Wire (2018). Monuments Men Foundation Collection Finds a New Home at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans. PR News Wire. 7 October.
The Onion (2018). Art Experts Confirm Guggenheim Museum A Forgery. The Onion. 5 October.
Amani Vassiliou (2018). Historic coat of arms taken from museum. The Queensland Times. 4 October.
Juliane Helmhold (2018). Paintings Looted by Nazis to eh Presented in Israel for the First Time. The Jerusalem Post. 4 October.
Ben Kennedy (2018). Ancient Bible Stolen, Turns up Years Later at Museum of the Bible. CBN. 4 October.
Reuters (2018). Syrian antiquities go on display, a reminder of widespread looting during war. PRI. 4 October.
Gabriella Angeleti (2018). National Museum in Rio starts rebuilding efforts with temporary exhibitions. The Art Newspaper. 1 October.
Kelly Horan, Stephen Kurkjian (2018). The Possible Criminal Underworld Ties To The Gardner Museum Theft. WBUR. 1 October.
The Economist (2018). “Museo” revisits Mexico's notorious museum robbery. The Economist. 21 September.
Rachel Dovey (2018). `Uncomfortable Art Tours' Question Colonialist Biases in London-Area Museum. Next City. 21 September.
Hannah Furness (2018). Royal Academy asks tribal leaders to bless 'stolen' treasures in culturally sensitive exhibition. The Telegraph. 21 September.
Jonathan Croyle (2018). Remembering when the 'Mona Lisa of the ceramics world' was stolen from the Everson Museum. Syracuse.com. 20 September.
Kashmir Observer (2018). Govt Hands Over Custody Of Stolen Treasure 'Back To Thief': Scholar. Kashmir Observer. 19 September.
Aikik Sur (2018). Hyderabad: Security to be beefed up in Nizam's Museum. The New Indian Express. 13 September.
Senay Boztas (2018). Indiana Jones and the relics of Brazil. The Guardian. 13 September.
Vijay Kumar (2018). Another dancing Shiva in the eye of a storm. The Times of India. 12 September.
Michaela Boland, Penny Timms (2018). Dancing Shiva at Art Gallery of South Australia was stolen from India. ABC Australia. 12 September.
International Business Times (2018). Hyderabad police recovers gold tiffin box, artifacts stolen from Nizam's Museum; nabs two. International Business Times. 11 September.
DW (2018). Bulgarian women on trial for damaging antiquities in Athens. DW. 10 September.
Syed Akbar (2018). No upkeep of heritage splendour for decades. The Times of India. 6 September.
Srinath Vudali (2018). Hyderabad: Burglars break into Nizam's museum, steal valuable items. The Times of India. 3 September.
Dom Phillips (2018). Brazil museum fire: 'incalculable' loss as 200-year-old Rio institution gutted. The Guardian. 3 September.
Jaymi McCann (2018). Terrorists targeted in museums. Express. 2 September.
Asharq Al-Awsat (2018). Volunteers Lead Restoration Efforts of Historical Venues in Raqqa. Asharq Al-Awsat. 1 September.
Hakim Bishara (2018). Curator of Israeli Exhibit Stolen Arab Art Explains It Is a "Hostage-Taking Situation". Hyperallergic. 17 July.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2018). Oz seeks FIRs of stolen idols cases in English. The Times of India. 15 July.
The Hindu (2018). Stolen National Museum artefact recovered, one held. The Hindu. 14 July.
Grant Lawrence (2018). Does the Haida Now exhibit belong in the Museum of Vancouver?. Vancouver Courier. 10 July.
Tim Healy (2018). Suspended museum employee in new legal challenge. Irish Independent. 7 July.
Sarah E. Bond (2018). Should the Getty Return Its Famed "Victorious Youth' Statue?. Hyperallergic. 5 July.
Egypt Today (2018). Egypt's smuggled treasures to Italy exhibited at Egyptian Museum. Egypt Today. 4 July.
Maya Margit (2018). Global Fight Against Terror-Tainted Black Market Antiquities Intensifies. The Jerusalem Post. 3 July.
Catherine Hickley (2018). French and Swiss Museums to Share a Cézanne With a Murky Past. The New York Times. 3 July.
Michael Greshko (2018). Titanic Artifacts Caught in International Tug-of-War. National Geographic. 2 July.
Maya Margit (2018). The Global Fight Against Black Market Antiquities Intensifies. The Media Line. 1 July.
James Ratcliffe (2018). What's the motive for museum thefts?. Apollo. 30 May.
Neos Kosmos (2018). Greek museum employee arrested over looted antiquities. Neos Kosmos. 28 May.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Canadians withdraw from Düsseldorf show about Jewish dealer Max Stern. The Art Newspaper. 3 May.
Ryan Lenora Brown (2018). In Congo, a new national museum renews quest to reclaim history. The Christian Science Monitor. 27 April.
Josh Wingrove, Sandrine Rastello (2018). Museums Clash Over Attempt to Sell a Chagall to Pay for a David. Bloomberg. 24 April.
Kumerra Gemechu (2018). Ethiopia says British museum must permanently return its artifacts. Reuters. 23 April.
Jo Fahy (2018). Nazi art theft exhibition puts stolen masterpieces on display. SwissInfo. 19 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.
Anne Branigin (2018). Of Art and Plunder: Why Black Curators Are Still Shut Out of the Art World—and Why It Matters. The Root. 12 April.
Tereasa Dias (2018). No breakthrough in Thulamela artefact theft. Lowvelder. 7 April.
Ethiosports (2018). Ethiopia Rejects Claims Of Agreeing To Take Treasures On Loan Basis. Ethiosports. 7 April.
Alistair Brown (2018). Can a local authority really get rid of 90 per cent of its art?. Apollo. 5 April.
Douglas Currie (2018). British museums and looted treasures. The Guardian. 5 April.
The Nation (2018). Stolen artefacts: Oba of Benin, Obaseki to build world-class Museum. The Nation. 5 April.
Looted is a loaded word – but shouldn't the cultural wonders of the ancient world be admired in their country of origin?( )
Jonathan Gornall (2018). Looted is a loaded word – but shouldn't the cultural wonders of the ancient world be admired in their country of origin?. The National. 5 April.
Sarah Cascone (2018). The Met Will Return Looted Statues of Sages and Goddesses to Both India and Nepal. ArtNet News. 5 April.
AFP (2018). New York Met returns stolen idols to Nepal. The Nation. 5 April.
Mark Brown (2018). Looted Ethiopian treasures in UK could be returned on loan. The Guardian. 3 April.
Libby Cherry (2018). Oxford will not reconsider Sackler donations despite opioid link. Cherwell. 2 April.
Bethany Freudenthal (2018). Bellstone believed missing is at Kauai Museum. The Garden Island. 28 March.
Vincent Noce (2018). Louvre says 'non' to minister's Mona Lisa grand tour. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
Fleur Launspach (2018). Dutch probe of stolen artefacts delves into colonial history. Al Jazeera. 27 March.
Vanessa Thorpe (2018). High costs and terror fears keep Britons from museums. The Guardian. 24 March.
Elisa Wouk Almino (2018). Brazil Only Has One Jackson Pollock on Public View, and Now It's Being Sold. Hyperallergic. 23 March.
Social media buzz around TV series on Chinese museums that could highlight country's 1.67 million 'stolen' objects( )
Louise Moon (2018). Social media buzz around TV series on Chinese museums that could highlight country's 1.67 million 'stolen' objects. South China Morning Post. 23 March.
This Artist Is Suing New York's Largest Museums for Excluding Him. Now, His Day in Court Has Arrived( )
Eileen Kinsella (2018). This Artist Is Suing New York's Largest Museums for Excluding Him. Now, His Day in Court Has Arrived. ArtNet News. 22 March.
AFP (2018). Taiwan samurai sword attacker jailed for 7 years. Channel News Asia. 22 March.
Anadolu Agency (2018). Ancient artifacts in Turkey's Aydın under museum protection. Hurriyet Daily News. 22 March.
Aaron Short (2018). The Plight of Museum Guards in New York Museums. Hyperallergic. 20 March.
Arif Shafi Wani (2018). Where is Kashmir's 50,000 year old mammoth?. Greater Kashmir. 30 January.
David Chazan (2018). Louvre displays Nazi-looted paintings in bid to find rightful owners of 2,000 unclaimed artworks. The Telegraph. 30 January.
Katie Davis (2018). Belgian museum closes Russian art exhibition amid forgery claims. The Calvert Journal. 29 January.
Associated Press (2018). Arrest in burglary, vandalism of California Route 66 Museum. Live Auctioneers. 29 January.
Daniel Grant (2018). Should Museums Be Allowed to Sell Donated Works of Art?. Observer. 24 January.
Rene Ray De La Cruz (2018). Route 66 Museum vandalized: Suspect in custody after causing $30,000 in damage. Daily Press. 22 January.
Larry Parnass (2018). Legal Bills: Who's paying the freight for the Berkshire Museum?. The Berkshire Eagle. 17 January.
Emmanuel Macron's decision to let Britain borrow Bayeux Tapestry prompts calls for UK to loan Rosetta Stone to France( )
Jack Maidment, Hannah Furness (2018). Emmanuel Macron's decision to let Britain borrow Bayeux Tapestry prompts calls for UK to loan Rosetta Stone to France. The Telegraph. 17 January.
Tatan Syuflana (2018). Fire rips through maritime museum in Indonesian capital. The Washington Times. 16 January.
Naomi Rea (2018). Tiny French Town Demands the Restitution of a Religious Reliquary From the Met. ArtNet News. 16 January.
Fake Kandinskys, Malevichs, Jawlenskys? Top curators and dealers accuse Ghent museum of showing dud Russian avant-garde works( )
The Art Newspaper (2018). Fake Kandinskys, Malevichs, Jawlenskys? Top curators and dealers accuse Ghent museum of showing dud Russian avant-garde works. The Art Newspaper. 15 January.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Should museums display human remains from other cultures?. The Art Newspaper. 8 January.
Cody Delistraty (2018). The Trouble That Caused The Met's Ticket Hike. Frieze. 8 January.
Tim Richards (2018). What's in the museum that Apple wants to demolish in Melbourne?. Gippsland Times. 4 January.
Gareth Harris (2018). US university museum announces controversial sell-off. The Art Newspaper. 4 January.
Hili Perlson (2018). Did Paris Overpay $103 Million for the Building That Will House François Pinault's Art?. ArtNet News. 3 January.
Emma Joseph (2018). Whodunnit? Russell-Cotes Museum wants you to help find out at new crime exhibition. Daily Echo. 1 January.
Debraj Mitra (2017). Safety tags in museums. The Telegraph. 29 December.
Daniella White (2017). Steam train inoperable after thieves target Canberra Railway Museum in Kingston. The Canberra Times. 29 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.
Julia Michalska (2017). Outcry over Polish government's changes to Second World War museum. The Art Newspaper. 21 December.
Miriama Aoake (2017). A Maori at the British Museum. The Spinoff. 19 December.
Sam Jones (2017). Scuffles break out as artworks removed from Catalan city's museum. The Guardian. 11 December.
Macron Promises To Return African Artefacts In French Museums: A New Era In African-European Relationships Or A Mirage?( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). Macron Promises To Return African Artefacts In French Museums: A New Era In African-European Relationships Or A Mirage?. Modern Ghana. 10 December.
Larry Parnass (2017). Attorney General seeks more time for Berkshire Museum art sale probe. The Berkshire Eagle. 7 December.
Greek Olympians Plan to Protest the Kidnapping of the Greek Marbles by Dressing as Caryatids Inside British Museum( )
Philip Chrysopoulos (2017). Greek Olympians Plan to Protest the Kidnapping of the Greek Marbles by Dressing as Caryatids Inside British Museum. Greek Reporter. 7 December.
Martha Lufkin (2017). Supreme Court hears arguments in claim against Iranian antiquities. The Art Newspaper. 6 December.
Umut Erdem (2017). Turkey refers to FBI for Zeugma mosaics. Hurriyet Daily News. 5 December.
Jon Garelick (2017). There's more at stake in the Berkshire Museum case than a single museum. The Boston Globe. 4 December.
All Africa (2017). Liberia: Govt Announces the Re-Opening of National Museum. All Africa. 28 November.
World Museum, Vienna, Re-Opens: Renovated Premises For Cultural Objects Of Others But No Solution For Restitution.( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). World Museum, Vienna, Re-Opens: Renovated Premises For Cultural Objects Of Others But No Solution For Restitution.. Modern Ghana. 27 November.
Simon Allison (2017). A broken museum, in a broken country: Meet the man trying to save CAR's history. Mail & Guardian. 24 November.
Peter Beaumont, Oliver Laughland (2017). Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn. The Guardian. 21 November.
Justine McCarthy (2017). Another blow for embattled museum as senior official quits. The Times. 19 November.
Michael Greshko (2017). Forgeries may hide in Museum of the Bible's dead see scrolls. National Geographic. 19 November.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2017). Aussie museum seeks more info on six stolen TN idols. The Times of India. 19 November.
Albawaba (2017). Louvre Abu Dhabi Displaying Stolen Artifacts, Iraqis Claim. Albawaba. 18 November.
David D'arcy (2017). Washington's new $500m Museum of the Bible claims 'non-sectarian' mission. The Art Newspaper. 17 November.
Chip Colwell (2017). The Long Ethical Arc of Displaying Human Remains. Atlas Obscura. 16 November.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Düsseldorf abruptly cancels exhibition about Jewish dealer Max Stern. The Art Newspaper. 15 November.
The New Arab (2017). Iraq investigating 'stolen artifacts' at the Louvre Abu Dhabi. The New Arab. 13 November.
R. Sivaraman (2017). Artefact at Louvre raises doubt. The Hindu. 11 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.
Marian Hetherly (2017). History Museum volunteer sentenced for thef. WBFO. 8 November.
TNN (2017). Idol theft case: Masterminds arrested. The Times of India. 7 November.
Jose Da Silva (2017). Oslo looks to track down 1,600 missing works of art. The Art Newspaper. 6 November.
The Straits Times (2017). The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art. The Straits Times. 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.
Times Live (2017). Museum Africa without power due to cable theft. Times Live. 4 November.
Virginie Nussbaum (2017). Secrets Of A Courbet "Ghost" Landscape In Switzerland. World Crunch. 3 November.
Associated Press (2017). Fire at Moscow's art museum causes no damage to collections. 660 News. 3 November.
Interfax Ukraine (2017). Khanenko Museum art collection in danger because heating not turned on. Kyiv Post. 3 November.
Claire Voon (2017). Photographing Museum Visitors Behaving Badly. Hyperallergic. 2 November.
Karn Pratap Singh (2017). 16 Kashmiri shawls stolen from craft museum in Delhi. Hindustan Times. 2 November.
Tereasa Dias (2017). No breakthrough in Thulamela gold theft. Lowvelder. 1 November.
Tim Cornwell (2017). Collectors tackle rise in fake Modern Middle Eastern art. The Art Newspaper. 1 November.
India Stoughton (2017). Lebanon battles to get its treasures back. Al Monitor. 1 November.
Melissa Eddy (2017). Hidden Treasures of Nazis' Art Dealer Finally Go on Display. The New York Times. 1 November.
The Local (2017). Zurich admits to 'losing' nearly a thousand works of art over the years. The Local. 31 October.
Adil Parvez (2017). KP govt urged to retrieve 3,147 artefacts from other provinces. GeoTV. 31 October.
Jeanmarie Evelly (2017). Pair of Photos Worth $100K Stolen From MoMA PS1, Police Say. DNA Info. 31 October.
Tolkun Namatbayeva (2017). Outrage after Kyrgyzstan reburies its only ancient mummy. Phys.org. 31 October.
Financial Tribute (2017). Persian Antiquities Dispute With US Remains Unresolved. Financial Times. 31 October.
Eleanor Steafel (2017). The Victoria Cross mystery: museum accused of failing to properly investigate missing medal. The Telegraph. 28 October.
Kate Connolly (2017). Works hoarded by son of Nazi art dealer to go on public display. The Guardian. 27 October.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Opponents of the Berkshire Museum Sale May Have Just Found an Ingenious Legal Loophole. ArtNet News. 26 October.
Vinod Khanal (2017). CISF teams to guard Allahabad Museum. The Times of India. 26 October.
Andrew Russeth (2017). Berkshire Museum Director to Go on Medical Leave. ArtNews. 24 October.
Millennium Post (2017). HC seeks report on steps taken for digitisation of art objects. Millennium Post. 22 October.
Apoorva Mandhani (2017). File Status Report On Preservation Of Artifacts And Manuscripts In National Museum: Delhi HC. Live Law. 21 October.
Andrew Russeth (2017). Norman Rockwell's Sons Sue Berkshire Museum, Seeking Halt to Sotheby's Sale. ArtNews. 20 October.
It Turns Out That Oxycontin, the Highly Addictive Painkiller, Has Helped Bankroll More Than a Dozen Museums( )
Eileen Kinsella (2017). It Turns Out That Oxycontin, the Highly Addictive Painkiller, Has Helped Bankroll More Than a Dozen Museums. ArtNet News. 18 October.
John Kessup (2017). New Bible Museum Previews Exhibits and Ethical Standards. The Christian Perspective. 18 October.
Hili Perlson (2017). Beatrix Ruf Resigns From Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum After Accusations of Conflict of Interest. ArtNet News. 17 October.
Martin Bailey (2017). How Qatar sidestepped the UK export system again. The Art Newspaper. 17 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.
Lizzie Wade (2017). Can the Museum of the Bible overcome the sins of the past?. Science. 16 October.
IOL (2017). Legendary Kumalo photos abandoned in museum. IOL. 16 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Looted Benin bronzes to be lent back to Nigeria. The Art Newspaper. 16 October.
Scott Yeoman (2017). Back page: Penelope Jackson talks art crime in New Zealand. Bay of Plenty Times. 15 October.
Hannah Pikaart (2017). National Museum of the American Indian to Show a Mile-Marker From the Standing Rock Protests. ArtNet News. 15 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Censored 'sexual' sculpture finds new home at the Centre Pompidou. The Art Newspaper. 13 October.
Sarah Cascone (2017). A Chinese Museum Has Removed Photographs Comparing Africans to Animals After a Public Outcry. ArtNet News. 13 October.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Legal Threats Mount for Berkshire Museum as Deaccession Controversy Rages On. ArtNet News. 13 October.
Louisa Dalton (2017). Forgery of ancient silk leaves chemical footprint. C&EN. 11 October.
Dhaval Kulkarni (2017). Maharashtra museum to get better security, go solar. DNA. 11 October.
Vijay Kumar (2017). Open 'art market' may put a price tag on our Gods. The Times of India. 11 October.
Daily Sabah (2017). Turkey launches new initiative to return stolen pieces of Zeugma mosaics from US university. Daily Sabah. 10 October.
Martin Bailey (2017). V&A director calls for Exhibition Road to be fully pedestrianised after 11 injured in accident. The Art Newspaper. 9 October.
Lindsey Bever (2017). Dr. Seuss museum to replace mural after complaints that it depicted 'jarring racial stereotype'. The Washington Post. 6 October.
Dan Martin (2017). Burglars steal cash from New Walk Museum - but ignore priceless artefacts. Leicester Mercury. 4 October.
From Rhino horns to Egyptian jewels - these are the items that have been stolen from Leicester's museums( )
Dan Martin (2017). From Rhino horns to Egyptian jewels - these are the items that have been stolen from Leicester's museums. Leicester Mercury. 4 October.
Brigit Katz (2017). Ancient Statue Damaged by ISIS Resurrected in Damascus. Smithsonian.com. 3 October.
Amanda Borschel-Dan (2017). Dead Sea Scrolls scam: Dozens of recently sold fragments are fakes, experts warn. The Times of Israel. 3 October.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2017). ASI writes to Indian mission at Australia with details of stolen artefacts from Tamil Nadu. The Times of India. 3 October.
Robin Pogrebin (2017). Louvre Pulls Sculpture, Saying It Was Sexually Explicit. The New York Times. 2 October.
Martin Evans (2017). Thousands of artefacts 'missing' from Britain's top musuems. The Telegraph. 1 October.
Alemma-Ozioruva Aliu (2017). Why 'stolen' artifacts cannot be returned now, by U.S. representatives. The Guardian. 30 September.
Alexander Okere (2017). Why we can't return African artworks –Smithsonian museum. Punch. 30 September.
Teri Figueroa (2017). Thieves in smash-and-grab heist take 'iconic' museum gems. The San Diego Union-Tribune. 29 September.
Sebastian Rey, John MacGinnis (2017). The archaeological treasures IS failed to destroy. BBC News. 29 September.
AFP (2017). Ukraine and Russia fight over Crimean heritage. The New Indian Express. 28 September.
Christopher Vincent (2017). Ghent: Two paintings returned to their owners after 78 years. The Brussels Times. 27 September.
Ashley Burr (2017). Heist at Whistler art gallery spurs police to ask for public's help. Global News. 26 September.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Manhattan District Attorney Says Antiquity Seized From the Met Should Be Returned to Lebanon. ArtNet News. 26 September.
Gareth Harris (2017). Guggenheim withdraws animal works from Chinese art show after 'threats of violence'. The Art Newspaper. 26 September.
A. Gelebart (2017). Marseille: A stele of Egyptian Stolen from a Museum in the Middle of the Day. The Sherbrooke Times. 24 September.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2017). US museums challenge Trump's immigration ban in court. The Art Newspaper. 22 September.
Leslie Macmillan (2017). Peabody Essex Museum Gets Set of Native American Artifacts. The New York Times. 21 September.
Karen Hardy (2017). Gerard Vaughan retires from the National Gallery of Australia. The Canberra Times. 21 September.
Egypt Independent (2017). No Egyptian antiquities were smuggled to Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum: Official. Egypt Independent. 19 September.
Tracie Maurillo (2017). Monument to myth or history? Museum of the Bible to open in Washington, D.C.. The Chicago Tribune. 18 September.
Stephanie Zollshan (2017). Berkshire Museum's Smithsonian ties severed over art sale plan. The Berkshire Eagle. 5 September.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). The Berkshire Museum Is 'Under Review' For Planned Sale, Massachusetts Attorney General Confirms. ArtNet News. 30 August.
Helen Stoilas (2017). Berkshire Museum board turns down $1m to pause art sale. The Art Newspaper. 29 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.
AFP (2017). Samurai Sword Attack Outside Taiwan Presidential Office. NDTV. 18 August.
Matt Discombe (2017). Designer jewellery stolen from museum in 'heartbreaking' raid. Gloucestershire Live. 9 August.
Laura Laker (2017). Road.cc reader donates rare plastic bike to replace stolen museum piece. Road.cc. 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.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). 80 Years After Hitler's 'Degenerate Art' Show, Two German Museums Confront Its Dark Legacy. ArtNet News. 4 August.
AFP (2017). U.S. tug of war over disputed relic from Lebanon. The Daily Star. 4 August.
Menachem Wecker (2017). Despite smuggled antiquities purchase, some say criticism of Bible museum is unfair. The Salt Lake Tribune. 3 August.
Katherine McGrath (2017). Back-to-Back Looting Scandals Hit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Architectural Digest. 3 August.
Somerset County Gazette (2017). Rare bicycle stolen from Williton's Bakelite Museum. Somerset County Gazette. 3 August.
Tom Mashberg (2017). Met Museum Turns Over Another Relic With Disputed Past to Prosecutors. The New York Times. 1 August.
Anna Louie Sussman (2017). Should a Museum Be Allowed to Sell $50 Million of Work to Keep the Lights On?. Artsy. 31 July.
Tom Mashberg (2017). Ancient Vase Seized From Met Museum on Suspicion It Was Looted. The New York Times. 31 July.
Associated Press (2017). Ruling lets Italy hunt abroad for new Colosseum chief. Yahoo News. 25 July.
Helena Bachmann (2017). Stolen Nazi-era art found 5 years ago. Public to finally see collection in Switzerland. USA Today. 25 July.
British Museum evacuated: Controlled explosion of unattended vehicle carried out after 'security concern'( )
Rachel Roberts (2017). British Museum evacuated: Controlled explosion of unattended vehicle carried out after 'security concern'. The Independent. 21 July.
Peter Beaumont (2017). Israeli student admits stealing items from Auschwitz for art project. The Guardian. 19 July.
Paige McIntyre (2017). Historical artifacts stolen from Sugar Pine Railroad, deputies say. KMPH. 16 July.
Richard Cuthbertson, Susan Allen, Jack Julian (2017). Cultural gem or 'tax grab'? $20M in Annie Leibovitz photos caught in Canadian quandary. CBC. 12 July.
Sky News (2017). Bardo National Museum attack 'accomplices' go on trial. Sky News. 12 July.
AFP (2017). First works from Nazi-era art hoard arrive at Swiss museum. The Local. 9 July.
'Harder slap than usual': Punishment for importing stolen artifacts isn't severe enough, experts say( )
Steven D'Souza (2017). 'Harder slap than usual': Punishment for importing stolen artifacts isn't severe enough, experts say. CBC. 9 July.
Isaac Kaplan (2017). The Scandal Over Hobby Lobby's Purchase of 5,500 Smuggled Artifacts, Explained. Artsy. 7 July.
Document of of Sarmiento governer found and the Casa Natal wants to keep it.
Diario La Provincia (2017). Hallaron un documento de Sarmiento gobernador y la Casa Natal quiere conservarlo. Diario La Provincia. 5 July.
Alan Feuer (2017). Hobby Lobby Agrees to Forfeit 5,500 Artifacts Smuggled Out of Iraq. The New York Times. 5 July.
SwissInfo (2017). Feather thief behind bars after CHF6 million museum raids. SwissInfo. 5 July.
Press Trust of India (2017). ASI bans selfie sticks at 46 site museums. The Hindu. 5 July.
eKathimerini (2017). Attica museums, ancient sites to be closed on Thursday morning due to walkout. eKathimerini. 3 July.
Noah Charney (2017). The first glimpse inside a Nazi looted art collection. Salon. 2 July.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2017). Iraq accelerates work on its virtual national museum. Al Monitor. 2 July.
Aaron Bolton (2017). Medication dating back to the 1800s stolen in Homer. KBBI. 30 June.
Stefan Dege (2017). 'Suspicious' art from Nazi dealer to go on show in Germany. DW. 27 June.
Emran Feroz (2017). The many headless Buddha. Qantera. 26 June.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2017). ASI to send Australia gallery details of 4 stolen TN idols. The Times of India. 23 June.
Kathy Stevens (2017). Gems, minerals valued at $30,000 stolen from Franklin Mineral Museum. New Jersey Herald. 20 June.
Isabella SMith (2017). At British Museum Protest, Australian Aboriginal Activist Demands Repatriation of Ancestor's Shield. Hyperallergic. 20 June.
Majeed Gill (2017). Audit report shows 227 artefacts missing from Bahawalpur museum. Dawn. 18 June.
Raymond Brown (2017). Aboriginal man demands Cambridge University return his ancestor's spears. Cambridge News. 16 June.
Rochelle de Kock (2017). R12m to fix vandalised museum. Herald Live. 14 June.
Jessica Gelt (2017). Getty agrees to return 1st century BC sculpture to Italy. Los Angeles Times. 13 June.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Paris Louvre Museum Evacuated (Again) After Security Scare. ArtNet News. 12 June.
Cahal Milmo (2017). Renewed demand made to Scotland for return of stolen native American skulls. iNews. 12 June.
SwissInfo (2017). Bern museum sells part of controversial inheritance. SwissInfo. 6 June.
G. H. Renaud (2017). Ancient artifacts from Mosul Museum found in IS home. K24. 6 June.
Chris Foote (2017). Museum urged to return body of Beothuk chief to Canada. STV. 2 June.
The Hindu (2017). Police to seek documents from Australian authorities. The Hindu. 2 June.
Claire Voon (2017). Two Nooses Discovered at Smithsonian Museums This Week. Hyperallergic. 31 May.
Michael Gray (2017). Indigenous groups in Canada call for National Museum of Scotland to return human remains. Common Space. 30 May.
Luke Sproule (2017). REVEALED: The fake portrait among Ashmolean masterpieces. The Oxford Times. 30 May.
Melissa Merli (2017). Krannert Art Museum shining spotlight on art detectives. The News Gazete. 28 May.
Hannah McGivern (2017). Controversial Italian court ruling ousts five top museum directors. The Art Newspaper. 26 May.
Peter Cowan (2017). Indigenous leaders unite for return of Beothuk remains, inclusion in MMIWG inquiry. CBC. 26 May.
RAPSI (2017). Russia's Hermitage Museum recognized as victim in embezzlement case. RAPSI. 12 May.
Joan Altabe (2017). Skeletons in the art world's closet, let out after two centuries, are shunned. Blasting News. 9 May.
Carrie Collins-Fadell (2017). The Case of the Spontaneous Goldfish: Is This Art Museum Ignoring an Opportunity?. Nonprofit Quarterly. 8 May.
Robin Pogrebin (2017). The Met Files a Formal Proposal to Charge Admission to Out-of-State Visitors. The New York Times. 5 May.
Martin Bailey (2017). Museums show limited interest in borrowing Parthenon Marbles. The Art Newspaper. 5 May.
Nick Holdsworth (2017). How an art museum in Russia became the target of Kremlin police raids. The Christian Science Monitor. 3 May.
Lina Giannarou (2017). Milos island prepares a home for much-desired return of Aphrodite. eKathimerini. 29 April.
Associated Press (2017). Bern museum awaits works from Gurlitt art collection in June. News 1130. 26 April.
Braley Dodson (2017). Valuable painting missing from Provo school found in Springville museum. Daily Herald. 24 April.
Samhati Mohapatra (2017). 5 more idols stolen from Tamil Nadu in Australia gallery's possession. The Times of India. 23 April.
CBS (2017). 3 Years For Woman Who Embezzled $1 Million From Field Museum. CBS. 22 April.
Cristina Ruiz (2017). Peggy Guggenheim's great-grandchildren say New York exhibition violates her legacy. The Art Newspaper. 20 April.
Benjamin Sutton (2017). In Ongoing Crusade for Privacy, Residents of Glass Condos Sue Tate. Hyperallergic. 20 April.
Express News Service (2017). Gujarat National Law University partners with ASI to hold exhibition. Indian Express. 18 April.
Gareth Harris (2017). Removal of a rare Roman mosaic in southern France enflames local conservation groups. The Art Newspaper. 17 April.
The Toledo Blade (2017). Ohio museum continues with public sales of ancient artifacts. The Crescent-News. 17 April.
Jessica Long (2017). Descendants of Kiwi soldiers who fought at Gallipoli believe WW1 diaries were stolen. Stuff.co.nz. 15 April.
Alex Riggins (2017). Police recover 2 of 5 replica artifacts stolen from Herrett Center, identify suspect. Magic Valley. 14 April.
Anna Marie de la Fuente (2017). Gael Garcia Bernal Toplines Alonso Ruizpalacio's 'Museum'. Variety. 14 April.
BBC News (2017). Cambridge Fitzwilliam stolen jade 'lost for generations', expert says. BBC News. 14 April.
Sarah Bond (2017). How Do You Purge The Memory Of An Emperor?. Forbes. 11 April.
Roberta Gedert (2017). Toledo Museum of Art selling off over 140 pieces. The Toledo Blade. 5 April.
Benjamin Sutton (2017). Controversial Dana Schutz Painting Removed from Whitney Biennial Due to Water Leak. Hyperallergic. 4 April.
Brian Maffly (2017). Fate of pottery collection is 'a can of worms' for Navajos. The Salt Lake Tribune. 3 April.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Workers' Strike Closes Centre Pompidou in Paris for Fifth Consecutive Day. ArtNet News. 31 March.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2017). Deputy director at Hermitage put under house arrest. The Art Newspaper. 30 March.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2017). Calls for support as destroyed Mosul Museum seeks to rebuild. Al Monitor. 30 March.
Perwana Nazif (2017). Strike at the Musée Rodin Steals Thunder of Major Survey of the Artist at Grand Palais. ArtNet News. 24 March.
Jason Meisner (2017). Prosecutors seek 4 years for ex-Field Museum worker who stole nearly $1 million. The Chicago Tribune. 21 March.
Jon Seidel (2017). Feds: $1M stolen from Field Museum funded luxury cars, jewelry. Chicago Sun Times. 20 March.
Kristina Killgrove (2017). How One Anthropologist Balances Human Skeletons And Human Rights. Forbes. 17 March.
Alice Farren-Bradley (2017). Is museum security robust enough to counter crime and terrorism?. Apollo. 16 March.
Natalie Zarrelli (2017). The Forged 'Ancient' Statues That Fooled the Met's Art Experts for Decades. Atlas Obscura. 16 March.
Kawa Omar (2017). Scars of looting, destruction all that remain at Mosul museum. Reuters. 11 March.
Vinita Chaturvedi (2017). No guns for guards: Central Museum is an easy prey. The Times of India. 10 March.
Associated Press (2017). Photos reveal ISIL's destruction to antiquities museum in Mosul. The National. 8 March.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2017). Controversial trove from imperial Chinese shipwreck lands in New York. The Art Newspaper. 7 March.
Julia Hitz (2017). Facing Germany's colonial heritage: It's 'detective work'. DW. 7 March.
CBS (2017). Police: Man Smashes Bottle Over Security Guard's Head At Metropolitan Museum of Art. CBS. 6 March.
Paul Daley (2017). Reuniting Indigenous 'sticks' with their stories: the museum on a mission to give back. The Guardian. 3 March.
Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia( )
Amah-Rose Abrams (2017). Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia. ArtNet News. 3 March.
Petra Caruana Dingli (2017). The Grand Master's dagger. Times of Malta. 26 February.
Robin de Peyer (2017). Top London museums increase security over suitcase bomb fears. Evening Standard. 20 February.
Josh Niland (2017). How the Met's Sale of a Max Beckmann Painting Changed US Museums. Hyperallergic. 19 February.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Here's Your Chance to See Cornelius Gurlitt's Infamous Art Trove. ArtNet News. 16 February.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Artist Recreates 13 Stolen Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Masterpieces in New Show. ArtNet News. 16 February.
Lynsey Chutel (2017). One of Africa's largest art collections is under threat. Quartz. 16 February.
Allison Bray (2017). 'Booze, bullies and perverts' rife at museum. Irish Independent. 10 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Germany Arrests Alleged Mastermind Behind Bardo Museum Terror Attack. ArtNet News. 9 February.
Traci Watson (2017). Show of shipwrecked treasures raises scientists' ire. Nature. 7 February.
WCAI (2017). Cairo's Islamic Art Museum Reopens 3 Years After A Car Bomb Damaged It. WCAI. 5 February.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2017). Hermitage storage centre searched by FSB agents. The Art Newspaper. 4 February.
BBC News (2017). Louvre attack: French soldier shoots machete-wielding man. BBC News. 3 February.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Woman Accidentally Locked Inside a Museum in Germany. ArtNet News. 24 January.
Victoria Reed (2017). How should museums respond to art smuggling scandals?. Apollo. 24 January.
Randy Kennedy (2017). Bronx Museum Won't Get Loan of Art From Cuba. The New York Times. 23 January.
Ian Mundell (2017). The museum director, the culture minister, and more trouble in Brussels. Apollo. 23 January.
The New Times (2017). Colonial looting of our culture calls for justice. The New Times. 19 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art to open Friday after two-year closure. Ahram Online. 18 January.
Cameron Luttrell (2017). Driver Crashed Into SoHo Museum, Fled N.J. Police: NYPD. Patch. 17 January.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Swiss Antiquities Dealer Files $77 Million Suit Against Getty Museum. ArtNet News. 17 January.
Kathianne Boniello (2017). Museum cut company out of multi-billion dollar art deal: suit. New York Post. 15 January.
Li Yan (2017). Chinese museum demands return of horse sculptures from Pennsylvania. ECNS. 13 January.
U Tejonmayam (2017). 'Indian art awaits high scrutiny in Oz'. The Times of India. 11 January.
Javier Pes (2017). Louvre attendance falls as tourists stay away from Paris. The Art Newspaper. 5 January.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2017). London's Victoria & Albert Museum Evacuated in Bomb Scare. ArtNet News. 4 January.
Nazia Parveen (2016). Kirklees council considers selling Francis Bacon painting. The Guardian. 28 December.
Peter Johnstone (2016). Thieves steal hood from historic Shackleton exhibition. The Packet. 24 December.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Director of Belgian Royal Museums Files Criminal Complaint Against Secretary of State. ArtNet News. 23 December.
AFP (2016). Napoleon's pillaged works of art on show in Rome. Shanghai Daily. 17 December.
Rich Tenorio (2016). Did Russia meddle in recent US art theft legislation?. The Times of Israel. 16 December.
Dave Collins (2016). Man linked to $500M art heist getting mental evaluation. Myrtle Beach Online. 16 December.
Court: Gurlitt's will is valid
Monopol (2016). Gericht: Gurlitts Testament ist gültig. Monopol. 15 December.
Minister Looking to Add "A Bit of Colour" to His Office Accidentally Finds Missing $150,000 Aboriginal Artwork( )
Isabelle Hellyer (2016). Minister Looking to Add "A Bit of Colour" to His Office Accidentally Finds Missing $150,000 Aboriginal Artwork. Vice. 14 December.
A Spanish museum may have the legal right to keep art stolen by the Nazis. That doesn't mean it should( )
Los Angeles Times (2016). A Spanish museum may have the legal right to keep art stolen by the Nazis. That doesn't mean it should. Los Angeles Times. 14 December.
Jillian Steinhauer (2016). As Artist's Murder Trial Drags On, Display of His Work Sparks Uproar. Hyperallergic. 13 December.
Sophia Kishkovsky Helen Stoilas (2016). Bill protecting works of art lent by foreign institutions passes US Senate. The Art Newspaper. 13 December.
JNi.Media (2016). New Exhibition Shows Poland Using Jewish Gravestones to Build Walls, Sidewalks, Playgrounds. The Jewish Press. 13 December.
Ryan Torok (2016). Pasadena trial focuses on Nazi-looted masterpiece. Jewish Journal. 12 December.
Adrija Roychowdhury (2016). Six major challenges facing Indian museums, says museologist Vinod Daniel. The Indian Express. 8 December.
INAH recovers monument that was in a hotel
Union Yucatán (2016). INAH recupera monumento que estaba en un hotel. Union Yucatán. 7 December.
Yucatan recovers valuable steala from ancient Maya city
Terra (2016). Yucatán recupera valiosa estela de antigua ciudad maya. Terra. 6 December.
Michaela Boland (2016). Arrests confirm more thefts in NGA collection. The Australian. 2 December.
Paige Fry (2016). Harn Museum turns over sculpture bought from alleged smuggler. Alligator. 30 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). Iran Cancels Long-Awaited Exhibition of Shah Collection in Berlin. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Claire Voon (2016). In Wake of Trump's Election, Protestors Address Climate Change at the British Museum. Hyperallergic. 28 November.
Sarah Emerson (2016). Holocaust Museum Says Calls to Donate Nazi Memorabilia are 'Skyrocketing'. Vice. 23 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). See Famous Artwork Missing for Over a Century at New Hokusai Museum. ArtNet News. 23 November.
Maya Rajamani (2016). Ex-Worker at Intrepid Museum Says on Video Security Should Be Shot: NYPD. DNA Info. 22 November.
Li Yan (2016). A look at the book the Metropolitan Museum of Art refuses to sell. ECNS. 22 November.
Christopher Green (2016). A Step in the Right Direction for the Display of Native American Art. Hyperallergic. 22 November.
Louis Klee (2016). History re-told through the Gweagal shield. Varsity. 18 November.
Lisa Movius (2016). Beijing museum says Anselm Kiefer exhibition will go ahead despite artist's protest. The Art Newspaper. 18 November.
The National (2016). Scotland back in the day: The complex tale behind how Elgin lost his Marbles. The National. 15 November.
Julia Michalska (2016). Alphonse Mucha's grandson sues Prague to stop Asian tour of Slav Epic. The Art Newspaper. 14 November.
Claire Voon (2016). Selfie-Seeking Tourist Topples 18th-Century Sculpture. Hyperallergic. 10 November.
Emmet Teran Jenny Davis (2016). NAGPRA Revisited: Negotiating Culture, Legalities, and Challenges at Wesleyan and Beyond. The Wesleyan Argus. 8 November.
Bill Sanderson (2016). I think the Met's $95M van Gogh masterpiece is a fake. New York Post. 6 November.
Maria Di Mento (2016). Gifts Roundup: Holocaust Museum Gets $1 Million From War-Crimes Lawyer. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 6 November.
Aimee Dawson (2016). Outcry after Toledo Museum of Art sells ancient Greek and Egyptian objects at auction. The Art Newspaper. 5 November.
Anny Shaw (2016). Louvre may safeguard artefacts from war-torn areas. The Art Newspaper. 4 November.
ICE (2016). 14th century Italian manuscript transferred to ICE following probe. ICE. 4 November.
CBC (2016). 'They've got no claim': Indigenous Australian demands British Museum return ancestral shield. CBC. 2 November.
Middle East Monitor (2016). Egypt bans cooperation with Toledo Museum over antiquities' sale. Middle East Monitor. 1 November.
Kim Willsher (2016). Louvre to offer shelter for world treasures rescued from war zones. The Guardian. 1 November.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Egypt wants sanctions against museum for selling antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 29 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Controversial auctioning of artifacts ends. The Toledo Blade. 27 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). Ownership questions trigger NGV action on antiquities. The Australian. 26 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Rare Toledo museum items sold despite protests. The Toledo Blade. 26 October.
Jewel Levy (2016). Museum makes plea for missing maritime trail signs. Cayman Compass. 25 October.
Roberta Gedert (2016). Cyprus demands auction be stopped. The Toledo Blade. 25 October.
Wynne Everett (2016). Art expert slams Toledo museum on sale of antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 24 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Antiquities ministry trying to stop sale of Egyptian artefacts at New York auction. Ahram Online. 21 October.
Rebecca Fox (2016). Framed: art crime in focus. Otago Daily Times. 19 October.
Some looted Idlib National Museum artifacts resurface, fate of others a mystery amidst 'thriving black market trade'( )
Noura Hourani (2016). Some looted Idlib National Museum artifacts resurface, fate of others a mystery amidst 'thriving black market trade'. Syria Direct. 18 October.
Pakistan Today (2016). Find the artifact thief and win. Pakistan Today. 18 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). AGNSW's Indian sculptures feared stolen. The Australian. 17 October.
Do you have Precolumbian pieces on your hands? Bring them to the National Museum.
Hassel Fallas (2016). ¿Tiene piezas precolombinas en sus manos? Entréguelas al Museo Nacional. La Nación. 16 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Council Sekhemka statue 'now in US'. BBC News. 15 October.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Versailles Staffers Caught Selling Counterfeit Tickets. ArtNet News. 14 October.
The Australian (2016). Explainer: The NGA looted antiquities scandal. The Australian. 14 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). Mayan vase subject of latest provenance inquiry at NGA. The Australian. 14 October.
Jericho Knopp (2016). Man jailed 2 years for possessing stolen N.B. Museum plaques. CBC. 13 October.
Jay L. Zagorsky (2016). Why Taking Photographs Is Banned in Many Museums and Historic Places. Observer. 12 October.
Patrick Steel (2016). Terrorism fears see DCMS museums and galleries lose a million visitors. Museums Journal. 11 October.
BBC News (2016). Basra Museum: How Saddam's palace was given to the people. BBC News. 8 October.
Claire Voon (2016). St Louis Museum Embroiled in Controversy as Staff Member Reputedly Attacked, Boycott Underway. Hyperallergic. 7 October.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Chinese Contemporary Art Collector Guy Ullens Draws Fire for Allegedly Profit-Seeking Moves. ArtNet News. 7 October.
Stas Sokolov (2016). Treasures of the Black Sea turn into political hostages. DW. 6 October.
Ukraine Today (2016). The future of 'Scythian gold' to be finally decided on Dec. 14. Ukraine Today. 6 October.
Doreen Carvajal (2016). Paintings That Bear the Scars of War. The New York Times. 5 October.
Esther Anatolitis (2016). Cultural ownership and responsibility is not just a fad. Eureka Street. 3 October.
Peter Simek (2016). I Used My House Key to Break Into the DMA's Vault. D Magazine. 1 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Sekhemka statue sale: Council 'warned by lawyers'. BBC News. 1 October.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2016). Five stolen Tamil Nadu idols in Oz on radar for return. The Times of India. 1 October.
Garry Shaw (2016). Egypt's Mallawi Museum reopens with looted collection mostly restored. The Art Newspaper. 23 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Malawi Museum inaugurated. Ahram Online. 22 September.
BBC News (2016). Banksy artwork removed from Liverpool street to enter street art museum. BBC News. 19 September.
Ashley Bishop (2016). Replicas now sit where items were stolen from Roger Maris Museum. Valley News. 19 September.
Edward Goldman (2016). Art. Passion. Politics.. Huffington Post. 13 September.
Julia Halpern (2016). Why a growing number of museum veterans are crossing over to the commercial sector. The Art Newspaper. 7 September.
Daily News (2016). Suspect in Colombo National Museum theft further remanded. Daily News. 5 September.
Mark Brown (2016). V&A director's decision to quit hastened by Brexit vote. The Guardian. 5 September.
Alvaro Tassano (2016). MUNA construction damaging ancient remains. Peru This Week. 5 September.
Robin Pogrebin (2016). Resignations at the Bronx Museum Over a Costly International Push. The New York Times. 26 August.
Mikolai Napieralski (2016). Qatar's oil boom created the world's most extravagant art scene—and also led to its demise. Quartz. 24 August.
Ploenpote Atthakor (2016). Another artifact at US museum 'may have been stolen'. Bangkok Post. 24 August.
Ylenia Gostoli (2016). Israeli museum transfer sets 'dangerous precedent'. Al Jazeera. 24 August.
Lucy McNally (2016). Victory for Gweagal man Rodney Kelly in fight to have artefacts returned from British museums. ABC Australia. 23 August.
Ploenpote Atthakor (2016). Action urged for Yama lintel return. Bangkok Post. 23 August.
Lisa Bertagnoli (2016). Will a $395,000 lawsuit make Craig Breedlove's damaged Spirit of America great again?. Autoweek. 23 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Newly restored Malawi Museum in Egypt's Minya to reopen in weeks. Ahram Online. 19 August.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery under fire over Crimean loans in blockbuster show. The Art Newspaper. 19 August.
Claire Voon (2016). UK Museum Ethics Committee Rejects Allegations of Corruption in BP's Sponsorships. Hyperallergic. 17 August.
Martin Bailey (2016). Polynesian sculpture admired by Picasso and Henry Moore far older than previously thought. The Art Newspaper. 15 August.
Casey Sanchez (2016). Lost and found: "What Was Ours". Santa Fe New Mexican. 12 August.
AFP (2016). Chilean filmmakers demand British repatriation of Easter Island statue. 9 News. 12 August.
A discussion for decades
Joana Gorjão Henriques (2016). Uma discussão de há décadas. Publico. 10 August.
UN News Centre (2016). Supported by the UN cultural agency, Nepal's quake-damaged museums re-open. UN News Centre. 10 August.
Robert Ekelund (2016). Why the booming contemporary art market is bad for art museums. The Washington Post. 4 August.
Dalya Alberge (2016). A Renaissance mystery adds to National Gallery vandalism fears. The Guardian. 31 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Director of Vienna's Belvedere Museum Dismissed Over Misconduct. ArtNet News. 28 July.
Mark Brown (2016). BP sparks campaigners' fury with new arts sponsorship deals. The Guardian. 28 July.
Jane Jakeman (2016). Undermined by silence: lack of provenance is devastating flaw of al-Sabah collection catalogue. The Art Newspaper. 26 July.
Daniel K. Eisenbud (2016). High Court of Justice okays transfer of ancient library to western Jerusalem. The Jerusalem Post. 24 July.
Mac Margolis (2016). Brazil's Museum of Stolen Beauty. Bloomberg. 22 July.
Patricia Manson (2016). Museums win bid to keep antiquities. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. 20 July.
Jessie Guy-Ryan (2016). Iconic Punk Rocker Defaces the British Library's Punk Rock Exhibit. Atlas Obscura. 17 July.
Olivia Paschal (2016). Syria, Colonialism, and the Yale Art Gallery. The Politic. 8 July.
ABC Australia (2016). Evidence mounts two National Gallery of Australia sculptures may have been looted. ABC Australia. 4 July.
Sally Pryor (2016). Two more antiquities may have to be returned by the National Gallery of Australia to India. The Sydney Morning Herald. 4 July.
In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces( )
Anne Quito (2016). In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces. Quartz. 2 July.
Menachem Rephun (2016). German Museum Repurchases 19th-Century Painting Stolen by Nazis. JP Updates. 30 June.
Michaela Boland (2016). Mess marks spot when food splatters masterpieces. The Australian. 23 June.
Brian Morton (2016). First Nations shrine collecting dust in New York museum's basement. Vancouver Sun. 23 June.
Nqobile Tshili (2016). Lobengula spear 'thief' nabbed. Chronicle. 16 June.
Joel Tsvakwi (2016). King Lobengula stolen 'golden spear' a replica. Bulawayo 24. 12 June.
Emily Sharpe (2016). Revealed: how altarpiece broke in disastrous fall at London's National Gallery. The Art Newspaper. 9 June.
ANSA (2016). Arte Ritrovata showcases recovered art. ANSA. 8 June.
News Net 5 (2016). Motion filed to drop charges in museum gem theft. News Net 5. 2 June.
Julia Halpern (2016). US Senate committee submits private museum findings to Internal Revenue Service. The Art Newspaper. 2 June.
Brian Boucher (2016). Louvre and Musée d'Orsay Close in Emergency Measure Against Seine Flooding. ArtNet News. 2 June.
James Cuno (2016). Isil rampage: a threat to cultural heritage that belongs to all. The Art Newspaper. 31 May.
Claire Voon (2016). Virginia Arts Commissioners Threaten to Defund Museum Over "Anti-Christian" Paintings. Hyperallergic. 20 May.
The News (2016). Inquiry report points out irregularities in Peshawar Museum. The News. 20 May.
Adam Vaughan (2016). Greenpeace activists scale British Museum to protest BP sponsorship. The Guardian. 19 May.
Claire Voon (2016). Protesters Disrupt a BP-Sponsored Exhibition at the British Museum. Hyperallergic. 18 May.
James Glanz (2016). Palestinian Museum Prepares to Open, Minus Exhibits. The New York Times. 16 May.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). Italian Mayor Refuses to Loan Piero della Francesca Masterpiece Fearing It Won't Be Returned. ArtNet News. 16 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Sohag archaeological gallery was not subjected to blaze: Ministry. Ahram Online. 11 May.
Giles Waterfield (2016). Can we trust in museum trustees?. Apollo. 29 April.
Carey Dunne (2016). Artists in Guggenheim Show Urge Museum to Resume Talks on Migrant Rights in Abu Dhabi. Hyperallergic. 29 April.
Sarah Lyall (2016). Off the Beat and Into a Museum: Art Helps Police Officers Learn to Look. The New York Times. 26 April.
Isaac Kaplan (2016). The Case against the Universal Museum. Artsy. 26 April.
Vibha Sharma (2016). National natural history museum gutted. The Tribune. 26 April.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Fired North Miami Museum Director Sues City for Wrongful Termination. ArtNet News. 25 April.
Patrick Sawer (2016). Hatton Garden vault - from daring heist to 'fascinating museum piece'. The Telegraph. 23 April.
Richard Emblin (2016). Crown of the Andes sold on the cheap?. The City Paper. 14 April.
TNN (2016). Dolls theft: Cops clueless even after 40 days. The Times of India. 5 April.
Associated Press (2016). Columbus family sues after Air Force museum security holds them at gunpoint. Cleveland.com. 4 April.
Margaret Atwood (2016). British Museum must sever its links with BP. The Guardian. 3 April.
The Chakra (2016). Australian Hindus Urge Sydney Art Gallery to Return Hindu Statue If Illegal Acquired. The Chakra. 2 April.
Tiffany Jenkins (2016). Obsessing about past 'wrongs' is to miss the power of culture. The Guardian. 2 April.
Michaela Boland (2016). AGNSW's 1000-year-old Hindu goddess 'may be illegal'. The Australian. 2 April.
Martin Bailey (2016). Sekhemka to leave the UK as export licence deadline passes. The Art Newspaper. 1 April.
The Shillong Times (2016). CAG holds Directorate of Arts & Culture guilty. The Shillong Times. 28 March.
S. Vijay Kumar (2016). Priceless Indian Artefacts With Australia; Will They Ever Come Back Home?. Swarajya. 27 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Museum of Islamic Art regains its allure after two-year restoration. Ahram Online. 27 March.
Rain Embuscado (2016). Brussels Museum Reopens With Increased Security Following Terrorist Attacks. ArtNet News. 24 March.
The Hans India (2016). Panagal museum - now open to thieves, vandals. The Hans India. 22 March.
Paul Lynch (2016). Egyptian bid to buy Sekhemka statue back for £15m is 'unethical', says action group. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 18 March.
Rosemary Neill (2016). Repatriation of indigenous artefacts a hot topic for museums. The Australian. 12 March.
Paul Lynch (2016). Egyptian embassy could buy Sekhemka statue and loan it to British Museum. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 11 March.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Landmark Fabergé loan show scuppered by rising political tensions. The Art Newspaper. 10 March.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Secret flight path of the Parthenon statue. The Art Newspaper. 9 March.
Martin Bailey (2016). Egyptian ambassador proposes plan to share Sekhemka. The Art Newspaper. 8 March.
Samuel J. Redman (2016). How Many Human Skeletons Are in U.S. Museums?. History News Network. 6 March.
Cahil Milmo (2016). Museums spending too little to prevent artefacts being stolen from their collections, expert warns. The Independent. 1 March.
Patricia Treble (2016). Why art galleries are quietly clearing out their vaults. McLean's. 28 February.
Ken Faulk (2016). Birmingham Museum of Art wants painting gone, but who owns the artwork?. AL.com. 26 February.
Geoff Hiscock (2016). Australian gallery identifies looted Indian treasures. Nikkei. 26 February.
Helen Stoilas (2016). Met clarifies 'pay what you wish' entry after legal settlement. The Art Newspaper. 26 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). Provenance of Ros Packer buy shaping up as bull. The Australian. 18 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). National Gallery judged victim of fraud over Asian antiquities. The Australian. 18 February.
Simon Thomen (2016). National Gallery of Australia review finds 22 works of 'insufficient or questionable' provenance. Business Insider. 17 February.
Shalailah Medhora (2016). Provenance of 22 Asian artworks at National Gallery of Australia in doubt. The Guardian. 17 February.
Chika Okeke (2016). FG Partners Diasfund To Establish First Africa Digital Museum. Leadership. 5 February.
Nick Bieber (2016). 'Short-sighted' council 'lost opportunity to put Northampton on the map' by selling Sekhemka. Northants Herald & Post. 3 February.
Whitney Hales (2016). Museum of Art opts for student security guards, not Plexiglas. The Universe. 31 January.
Stephan Rockefeller (2016). Thousands of dollars missing from Museum of Idaho. East Idaho News. 29 January.
BBC News (2016). Sekhemka Egyptian statue sale prompts museum ethics code change. BBC News. 28 January.
Katrina Valcourt (2016). Director Stephan Jost Steps Down from the Honolulu Museum of Art in March. Honolulu Magazine. 27 January.
The Gisborne Herald (2016). Connecting with artefacts taken by Cook. The Gisborne Herald. 25 January.
David Robert (2016). Five questions for the director of the Bardo Museum. The Art Newspaper. 16 January.
Javier Pes (2016). Local councils resist temptation to cash-in on their art—for the time being. The Art Newspaper. 13 January.
Joel Baden (2016). Can Hobby Lobby Buy the Bible?. The Atlantic. 7 January.
Steve Johnson (2016). Former Field Museum employee admits to embezzling more than $400K. The Chicago Tribune. 4 January.
Gu Liping (2015). Jackie Chan donates replicas of 12 zodiac antiquities to a museum in Taiwan. ECNS. 30 December.
Swiss Info (2015). Gurlitt 'sane' when donating art to museum. Swiss Info. 22 December.
WENN (2015). Denmark's Graceland Museum Boss Forced To Change Venue Name. Contact Music. 22 December.
Gareth Harris (2015). Museum attendance in Paris plummets after terrorist attacks. The Art Newspaper. 21 December.
Nazim Baksh (2015). Royal Ontario Museum caught up in looted antiquities investigation. CBC. 21 December.
Todd McEwen (2015). Former Art Gallery of Northumberland curator Dorette Carter found guilty. Northumberland News. 21 December.
Lambayeque: Recreation in Panama the site of the intact tomb of the Lord of Sipán
RPP (2015). Lambayeque: difunden en Panamá hallazgo de tumba intacta de Señor de Sipán. RPP. 19 December.
Figurine from sophisticated ancient South African society creates culture war over whether it should be allowed to tour abroad( )
AFP (2015). Figurine from sophisticated ancient South African society creates culture war over whether it should be allowed to tour abroad. The Japan Times. 18 December.
Steve Johnson (2015). Former Field Museum employee charged with theft resulting in $900,000 loss. The Chicago Tribune. 16 December.
Steve Johnson (2015). Former Field Museum employee accused of stealing $900,000 over 7 years. The Chicago Tribune. 11 December.
Amelia Caddy (2015). Indigenous objects return to Australia in new exhibition. Australian Geographic. 7 December.
Gareth Harris (2015). Spanish museum squabble over Old Masters ends. The Art Newspaper. 26 November.
Paul Daley (2015). Encounters exhibition: a stunning but troubling collection of colonial plunder. The Guardian. 26 November.
Adam Vaughan (2015). Science Museum ends sponsorship deal with Shell. The Guardian. 12 November.
Julie Power (2015). Encounters at National Museum of Australia: our Elgin Marbles come home. The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 November.
Jim Paulin (2015). Museum reopens, tensions flare at meeting. The Bristol Bay Times. 6 November.
TF Chan (2015). Box fresh: Suha Traboulsi and Walid Raad's elegy to stolen art at Aïshti. Wallpaper. 4 November.
Jeremy Malies (2015). How museums employ security measures to counteract art thefts. Source Security. 30 October.
Michelle Chen (2015). Building a Museum Shouldn't Violate Human Rights. The Nation. 26 October.
Matthew Dutton (2015). Monmouth's Earp Birthplace Museum in limbo. The Register-Mail. 26 October.
Lucy Cormack (2015). Fire destroys historic trams and buses at Sydney Tramway Museum. The Sydney Morning Herald. 24 October.
Brian Boucher (2015). National Crime Agency Warns British Museums Against Imminent Threat of Organized Crime Rings. ArtNet News. 21 October.
Maxwell L. Anderson (2015). How to Save Art From Islamic State. The Wall Street Journal. 20 October.
Greta Mart (2015). Museum Of The Aleutians Closes After 1801 Bible Found In Director's House. KUCB. 19 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Egyptian Museum boss rubbishes reports of Tutankhamun gold mask damage. Ahram Online. 18 October.
Paul Lynch (2015). Northampton museums warned threat of attack is 'severe and imminent'. Northampton Chronicle & Echo. 17 October.
Stephanie Weldy (2015). Community rebuilds Indian shelter at Novato museum after vandalism. Marinij. 17 October.
Jim Paulin (2015). Crisis rocks Museum of the Aleutians. The Bristol Bay Times. 16 October.
Abigail Rowe (2015). Elizabeth Hurley Booted From V&A Museum After Selfie on 16th-Century Bed. Observer. 13 October.
Rany Mostafa (2015). Probe opened into alleged graft in Grand Egyptian Museum. The Cairo Post. 13 October.
David Barrett (2015). 'Poisonous feud' poses a tricky conundrum at the Sherlock Holmes Museum. The Telegraph. 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.
Patrick Steel (2015). Action group says DCMS lobbied it to fundraise for Sekhemka. Museums Journal. 7 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.
Bath Echo (2015). Chance For Locals To Turn Detective Over Art Forgery. Bath Echo. 1 October.
Meghan E. Irons (2015). Criminal probe into misplaced BPL artwork quietly ends. The Boston Globe. 24 September.
Mike Boehm (2015). Legal settlement with Armenian church lets Getty Museum keep prized medieval Bible pages. Los Angeles Times. 21 September.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Vandals Smear Anti-Semitic Graffiti on Munich's Haus der Kunst. ArtNet News. 18 September.
Simon Hewitt (2015). Prague's Titian loan show delayed after insurers refuse to ship works. The Art Newspaper. 18 September.
Dawn Gagnon (2015). Two Maine men accused of museum thefts after drunken wheelchair spree. Bangor Daily News. 18 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Tutankhamun's mask to undergo restoration in October. Ahram Online. 15 September.
Kevin Rawlinson (2015). Activists occupy British Museum over BP sponsorship. The Guardian. 13 September.
Noah Charney (2015). The revised mission of the Green family's Museum of the Bible. Tulsa World. 13 September.
Clare Colley (2015). Cultural objects lent to National Museum of Australia to have extra protection. The Canberra Times. 10 September.
BBC News (2015). Britain has a 'hidden' art collection worth £3.5bn. BBC News. 4 September.
Ukraine Today (2015). Hermitage Museum vulnerable to vandalism as police end protection. Ukraine Today. 28 August.
County10 (2015). Former Lander Museum Director found Guilty of Larceny of theft of materials. County10. 28 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.
Alanna Martinez (2015). Disgraced Getty Curator Marion True Roars Back With Tell-All Memoir. Observer. 25 August.
Michael Segalov (2015). Taiwanese boy takes a tumble in museum and punches a hole in a painting worth $1.5 million. The Independent. 25 August.
Ian Johnston (2015). Statue 'might never be seen in public again'. IOL. 24 August.
Ivan Nechepurenko (2015). Plan to Withdraw Police From Russia's Museums Sparks Fears. The Moscow Times. 23 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.
Vincent Noce (2015). Senior arts appointments nothing short of a French farce. The Art Newspaper. 21 August.
Geoff Edgers (2015). Marion True, the exiled curator, in her own words. The Washington Post. 20 August.
Nina Siegal (2015). Artifacts from Crimean Museums Are Held Hostage by Politics. The New York Times. 17 August.
Tom Humphrey (2015). Ashe charges bias, mismanagement at state museum. Knoxville News Sentinel. 17 August.
Donna Yates (2015). The China Collectors by Karl E. Meyer & Shareen Blair Brysac [Review]. Anonymous Swiss Collector. 14 August.
Stacey Barchenger (2015). Tennessee State Museum employee arraigned on theft charges. The Tennessean. 12 August.
Patrick Steel (2015). Government extends Sekhemka export bar. Museums Journal. 11 August.
Micah Schweizer (2015). How A Candy Magnate Helped Bring A Holy Collection Home. NPR. 8 August.
James Rose (2015). Ramsgate Maritime Museum reopens after burglary damage. Kent Online. 5 August.
Kevin Peachy (2015). Art, royalties and other treasures of unclaimed estates. BBC News. 31 July.
Curtis Johnson (2015). Feds probe MU artifact collection. The Herald-Dispatch. 29 July.
Mike Brooke (2015). Museum in Cable St about women and suffragettes turns out to be 'Jack the Ripper'. The Docklands & East London Advertiser. 28 July.
Press Trust of India (2015). Committee constituted for framing security policy of museums. Business Standard. 27 July.
BBC News (2015). Sekhemka statue export: PM David Cameron urged to "intervene". BBC News. 26 July.
The Asian Age (2015). Ancient coins missing from Lucknow museum. The Asian Age. 26 July.
Nayanjot Lahiri (2015). The National Museum: Gilded threads of gifting and looting. Hindustan Times. 24 July.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2015). British Museum's ivory icons denied US entry for loan show. The Art Newspaper. 1 July.
Randy Kennedy (2015). Delaware Art Museum Completes Sale of Artworks to Repay Debt. The New York Times. 30 June.
Kanishk Tharoor (2015). Museums and looted art: the ethical dilemma of preserving world cultures. The Guardian. 29 June.
Valuable statue stolen from the church of San Francisco appeared in the Yumbel museum
Pura Noticia (2015). Valiosa imagen robada a iglesia de San Francisco apareció en museo de Yumbel. Pura Noticia. 31 May.
Valuable 18th century sculpture stolen from the Church of San Francisco Recovered
La Nación (2015). Apareció valiosa imagen del siglo XVIII robada a la Iglesia de San Francisco. La Nación. 31 May.
James Cuno (2015). James Cuno on Museums: The Case Against Repatriating Museum Artifacts. Foreign Affairs. 11 May.
Elizabeth Campbell Karlsgodt (2015). Why aren't American museums doing more to return Nazi-looted art?. Fortune. 9 May.
Marwan Sultan (2015). Egypt urged to expedite efforts to keep Sekhemka statue on display. Ahram Online. 11 April.
Caroline Davies (2015). Export bar on ancient Egyptian treasure sold by Northampton council. The Guardian. 30 March.
BBC News (2015). 'Rebel' museums face funding blacklist. BBC News. 27 March.
Ahram Online (2015). Head of Egypt museums arrested for taking bribe. Ahram Online. 24 March.
Michaela Boland (2015). National Gallery of Australia gets refund as Buddha goes home. The Australian. 6 March.
Web India 123 (2015). Committee set up to review security in museums: Minister. Web India 123. 2 March.
Stephen Hudak (2015). Mysterious Apopka sculptures may be 1,000 years old. Orlando Sentinel. 27 February.
Press Trust of India (2015). Govt will ensure protection of artefacts in museums: SC. Z News. 3 February.
Maeve Sheehan (2014). The moment vandal was caught punching Monet. Irish Independent. 7 December.
Tifanny Jenkins (2014). Elgin marbles are not political pawns. The Scotsman. 6 December.
Helena Smith (2014). Parthenon marbles: Greece furious over British loan to Russia. The Guardian. 5 December.
Helena Smith (2014). Parthenon marbles loaned to Russian museum. The Guardian. 5 December.
Theresa Bakker (2014). Museums bring objects closer to home. SIT News. 4 December.
Henri Neuendorf (2014). Nazi Looted Pissarro Discovered in Gurlitt Trove Gifted to Bern. ArtNet News. 4 December.
Lyndel Prott (2014). Stolen cultural objects: what's the role of Australian galleries?. The Conversation. 30 November.
Osun Defender (2014). NCMM to stop illegal museums. Osun Defender. 29 November.
Sam Roberts (2014). With Naming Rights, 'Perpetuity' Doesn't Always Mean Forever. The New York Times. 28 November.
Justin Jalil (2014). The Frenchman who saved the Mona Lisa. The Times of Israel. 23 November.
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