Journal of Art Crime, Vol 9, Spring 2013

Scientific journals
Thème de la ressource: 
Trafic d'œuvres d'art, d'antiquités, de documents anciens et de spécimens d'histoire naturelle
Pillage d'objets archéologiques
Faux et contrefaçons
Exportation, acquisition et obligation de diligence
Litiges, retours et restitutions
Type de ressource: 
Bibliographie - Revues scientifiques
Association for Research into Crimes Against Art
Langue de publication: 

Something is Confidential in the State of Christie’s
Christos Tsirogiannis

The Question of the Value of Doubles in Autographic Arts
Thierry Lenain

Graffiti in Contemporary Rome: Why Reductive Solutions will Fail and Why that’s a Good Thing
Caitlin Willis

Poland’s Restitution Efforts in the United States
Anna A. Perl

A Marble Statue of a Boy at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Christos Tsirogiannis

Legal and Illegal Actors around Art Crime: a Typology of Interfaces
Edgar Tijhuis

Context Matters
“Dallas Museum of Art Takes the Initiative”
David Gill

The Empty Frame:
“Will the Statute of Frauds Crack the Art Market’s Shield of Anonymity in New York?”
Derek Fincham

“Art Recovery: Negotiating with Criminals, Handlers, and Good Faith Purchasers”
Christopher Marinello

Lessons from the History of Art Crime 
“New “Intelligence” Body Will Monitor Illegal Traffic in Cultural Property”
Noah Charney

“On Art Forgery: the History of a Modern Obsession by Thierry Lenain”
David Scott

Highlights of Selected Criminal Cases Involving Art & Cultural Objects: 2012
Steven D. Feldman Herrick, Feinstein LLP

The Thieving Director: the Horrifying Theft of Thousands of Books, and the Thief who was Paid to Protect Them
Stefano Alessandrini

Lost, Forgotten, Looted, or Destroyed: A Great-Granddaughter’s Search for her Art Legacy 105
Elizabeth Rynecki

Erik el Belga
Por amor al arte. Memorias del ladrón más famoso del mundo
Marc Balcells reviews

Llewelyn Morgan
The Buddhas of Bamiyan
Catherine Schofield Sezgin reviews

Janet Ulph and Ian Smith
The Illicit Trade in Art and Antiquities
Marc Balcells reviews

Jonathon Keats
Forged: Why Fakes Are The Great Art of Our Age
Catherine Schofield Sezgin reviews

Q&A with Ruth Godthelp
Noah Charney

Q&A with Ken Perenyi
Noah Charney