FIGHTING BOGUS INFORMATION ABOUT THE ART MARKET – 2021: REPORT SHEDS LIGHT ON SOURCES AND CAUSES OF FALSE DATA
CINOA, the global trade federation for dealers in the international art market, with 5,000-plus members, has published a wide-ranging new report that exposes the causes and sources of bogus information used to damage the market.
Iraq is having a problem encouraging young Iraqis to train as archaeologists, according to the country's internal media. The cause? Those who train cannot find work. This is an astonishing state of affairs bearing mind the crying need for new domestic talent and...
According to two well-placed sources, the UK will not be continuing with the new import licensing regulations for cultural property introduced by the European Union in 2019 and due to be enforced by 2025.
A fascinating seminar hosted by London law firm Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP on April 29 invited legal experts to consider issues arising out of the seizure and return to Iran of the Persepolis fragment in 2017 and 2018. Subscribers can read the background to the case...
A new report says Germany is a hotspot for the Illegal antiquities market. Here’s why that’s wrong—and dangerous
The secretary general of the largest trade federation for art and antiques dealers hits back at what she regards as “zombie statistics” promoted in a new report.
The media was abuzz with claim and counter claim over the row concerning Christie's sale of the 3,300-year-old quartzite head of Tutankhamun in early July. Initially, the Egyptian government said it would call for the head's return if it could be shown that it had...