“Never mind the argument about who owns this thing, let’s argue about how it gets to be seen”, culture secretary, Jeremy Wright, has told The Times in response to the debate over the restitution of ancient artefacts. Continue reading
“Disingenuous” and “depressing” is how art law experts are describing the response of Bavarian authorities to the latest art restitution claim by the heirs of a Jewish family who fled Nazi persecution during World War II.
The experts, which include art lawyers Christopher Marinello of the Art Recovery Group in London and Nicholas O’Donnell, shared their frustrations over the official response to the claim with artnet News. Continue reading