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Germany: A Thorny Matter Continues
In mid-March, a national get-together in Berlin is being held to debate the question of collections originating from the colonies. Germany had taken…
The Bührle Collection: The Confused Story of a Collector
It took over half a century for Paris to open its exhibition spaces to the outstanding Bührle collection. Now housed in Zurich, this unique group of…
Canova, Eternal Beauty
The approach chosen by "Canova: eternal beauty" at the Museo di Roma focuses more on the relationship between the sculptor and his adopted city, Rome.…
Emmanuel Kasarhérou: A New Direction for the Musée du Quai Branly?
Named as head of the Musée du quai Branly after a six-month transition period, the former director of Noumea's Tjibaou Cultural Centre talks about…
A New Hurdle for the Antiques Market in New York
States have the right to act in preventing the sale of an object of doubtful origin without the risk of being sued for commercial damages.
Plundered Books: the "Shocking Dispersion"
Furniture and artworks were not the only items plundered during the Second World War. Books were also targeted and on a much larger scale.
The Guelph Treasure: Back to Square One
The Supreme Court of the United States has left the fate of the Guelph Treasure unresolved. On February 3, the justices dismissed the case brought…
Dorville Sale: French Government Rejects Restitution
Contrary to the beliefs of several media outlets, the French government has rejected the principle of restituting works coming from the wartime sales…
Restitutions: France Is Still Putting Up Resistance
Restitution: Amsterdam’s Example
In the Netherlands, the restitution by the Stedelijk Museum of a Kandinsky landscape signals a reversal of policy towards the victims of the Nazi regime.…
Collecting Art: Morozov and the Russian Art Connoisseurs
Precious Memories of Napoleon I
A Treasure of Gold Coins Found in Brittany
Artsy and the Myth of Sisyphus
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