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12 Apr 2019

EU adopts new rules on cultural heritage imports

The European Council yesterday adopted new rules to clamp down on the illicit trafficking in cultural goods, including a requirement for import licences on artefacts more than 250 years old.

The Art Newspaper

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05 Apr 2019

Lawsuit concerning ownership of a Matisse rejected by Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court declined to hear a case that worked its way up through the US justice system concerning the legal ownership of a painting by Henri Matisse. Portrait of Greta Moll, made in 1908, resides in the stores at London’s National Gallery.

Article: www.art-critique.com

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28 Mar 2019

The Salzburg Global Seminar - this time on the Future of Cultural Heritage

The 416th Session of the Salzburg Global Seminar (SGS) was on the Future of Cultural Heritage and the Hellenic Society for Law and Archaeology was there. Thanks to the Fulbright Foundation in Greece, the co-founder of the HSLA Ira Kaliampetsos took part at this extraordinary session as a Fulbright Fellow. Great insides, new ideas, new partnerships.

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28 Mar 2019

Italy and China team up to fight looting

Italy and China have agreed to join forces and fight the illegal trafficking of antiquities as part of an agreement signed between the two countries. The Italian government also announced it will return 796 objects that had been illegally exported to Italy from China after a court in Milan ruled last November that the items should be repatriated. The Art Newspaper

 

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26 Mar 2019

Rare Babylonian artefact seized in the UK returned to Iraq

A valuable Babylonian cuneiform stone was handed back to Iraq by the British government on Tuesday, after an attempt to smuggle it into the country was foiled at Heathrow airport. Dating from the second millennium BC, the antiquity is worthy of the world’s greatest museums and valued at hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Source: The National

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20 Mar 2019

China solicits public advice on draft cultural heritage protection regulation

China's Ministry of Justice began Tuesday consulting public opinions on a draft revision to the regulation on the protection of underwater cultural heritage.

Xinhuanet

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11 Mar 2019

Savoy-Sarr report fails to dent tribal market, says Tefaf exhibitor

Didier Claes, who was consulted for the restitution report commissioned by French president Emmanuel Macron, says it has invigorated the market for African art.

Article: The Art Newspaper

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05 Mar 2019

London’s National Army Museum to return emperor's hair to Ethiopia

London’s National Army Museum is to restitute locks of hair of emperor Tewodros, which will now be buried in Ethiopia. Hair is not regarded as “human remains” under UK government guidance for museums (which allows for restitution), but the museum’s council regarded the return as “an opportunity to do something positive diplomatically with Ethiopia”.

Article: The Art Newspaper

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04 Mar 2019

Long in Exile, the Looted Benin Bronzes Tell the Story of a Mighty African Kingdom

The famous Benin bronzes are going home—at least some of them, some of the time. An article by Benjamin Sutton

Article: artsy.net

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04 Mar 2019

China eyes further cooperation with U.S. on relic preservation

China is willing to cooperate further with the United States in relics repatriation and protection, so as to promote a win-win and fair model for the international community at large, a senior Chinese official in charge of relic preservation said recently.

Article: www.xinhuanet.com

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