Just released, the Financial Action Task Force's new report, Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in the Art and Antiquities Market, takes a highly irresponsible approach. The FATF is an independent global body investigating crime whose reports should prove key to...
Judged to be the most important Tudor find for 25 years, the extraordinary discovery of a gold chain and pendant is linked directly to Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon
Led by CINOA, the international trade federation for art and antiques dealers, industry bodies across the world have reacted strongly to what they see as “very alarming” proposals from UNESCO to regulate the art market.
Even when an antiquities dealer proves to be the hero of the hour, the media and others try to blame the market instead of those responsible
The EU risks the same disaster with its import licensing regulation for cultural property as Western Australia’s Aboriginal CulturalHeritage Act has just suffered – and for the same reasons.
As the UK Parliament amends the rules on detectorist and other heritage discoveries, ADA chairman Joanna van der Lande reflects on its role and effectiveness When Chris Chafin of The House, the Politics Home magazine for the UK parliament, asked to interview ADA...