Tuesday, June 27, 2017

What Should Museums Do With Unlawfully Acquired Loot?

Looting is a terrible scourge, and museums must be held to the highest ethical standards so they don’t unwittingly abet it. But they are supposed to be in the business of collecting and preserving art from every era, not giving it away.

Hugh Eakin, of The NY Times, opines.



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