Saturday, June 10, 2023
 

Alleged Museum Looting Ends Curator’s Career


Very interesting article via The Washington Post, on what happens when museums engage in alleged looting.

Ten years ago, Marion True, curator of antiquities for the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles — the wealthiest museum in the world — was formally accused by the Italian government of taking part in a stolen-art ring. Within months, she would lose her job, her career and leave the country.

 

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