Tuesday, November 29, 2022


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

Art Institute of Chicago: “We know a lot; we don’t know enough.”

“Cultural appropriation belongs in the wastebasket.”

Cultural property regime controls what you can do with your property

Should the Trump-commissioned border wall prototypes be national monuments?

Art Dealer Sues Getty Museum for $77 Million

New Advanced Art Recovery Database Launched

Proposed “Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery Act” Will Change Rules of Restitution


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