Wednesday, November 25, 2015


The return of art or cultural objects to their country of origin or, for looted art, to its former owners or their heirs.

Does the Public Have a Right to Culture?

Germany Stops Collector From Selling Artwork

Alleged Museum Looting Ends Curator’s Career

How Risky Are Art Consignments?

Event: Art Crime and Cultural Heritage

Victoria and Albert Museum to Publish Nazi-Era ‘Degenerate Art’ Inventory Online

How is Nazi-looted Art Returned?


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