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Three Italian Protesters Glue Hands on Botticelli Work at Uffizi Gallery
Article date: Saturday, July 23, 2022

Three Italian Protesters Glue Hands on Botticelli Work at Uffizi Gallery

A peaceful protest by three Italian environmental activists took place on the third floor of the Uffizi Gallery during the morning of July 22.

New York Returns 142 Antiquities Valued at Nearly $14 Million to the People of Italy
Article date: Friday, July 22, 2022

New York Returns 142 Antiquities Valued at Nearly $14 Million to the People of Italy

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg, Jr. announced the return of 142 antiquities valued at nearly $14 million to the people of Italy.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Acquires Over 80 Artworks from the Howard Hodgkin Indian Collection
Article date: Friday, July 22, 2022

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Acquires Over 80 Artworks from the Howard Hodgkin Indian Collection

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has acquired 84 works from the Howard Hodgkin Indian Collection, which is widely regarded as one of the finest of its kind.

A Jeweled Fabergé Egg Found on a Russian Oligarch's Superyacht Seized in Fiji
Article date: Thursday, July 21, 2022

A Jeweled Fabergé Egg Found on a Russian Oligarch's Superyacht Seized in Fiji

US law enforcement may have found a priceless Faberg egg on a Russian oligarch's superyacht. The find was made on the Amadea, a vessel owned by sanctioned Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov.

Charles Gaines’ First Public Art Project: “The American Manifest”
Article date: Thursday, July 21, 2022

Charles Gaines’ First Public Art Project: “The American Manifest”

Creative Time, Governors Island Arts, and Times Square Arts are pleased to present the first public art exhibition by Charles Gaines, The American Manifest. The serial public art installation will unfold in three parts, or chapters, across three locations over the course of two years

UNESCO and Abu Dhabi Launch Report on the Economic Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Culture (Up to 40% in Lost Revenue)
Article date: Wednesday, July 20, 2022

UNESCO and Abu Dhabi Launch Report on the Economic Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Culture (Up to 40% in Lost Revenue)

UNESCO and the Department of Culture and Tourism of Abu Dhabi has launched the co-publication Culture in Times of COVID-19: Resilience, Recovery and Revival, giving a global overview of the impact of the pandemic on the culture sector since March 2020, and outlining directions for its revival.

Eurojust Assists in Returning Historic Painting by Artemisia Gentileschi to Italy
Article date: Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Eurojust Assists in Returning Historic Painting by Artemisia Gentileschi to Italy

A historic 17th century painting by the Italian baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi has been returned to Italy, with the active support of Eurojust. Two suspects are being investigated for fraud and attempts to illegally sell the painting of the legend of Roman Charity in Austria.

LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival Celebrates its 30th Anniversary with 2022 Edition in September
Article date: Wednesday, July 20, 2022

LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival Celebrates its 30th Anniversary with 2022 Edition in September

LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. The upcoming edition is curated by the Italian duo Francesco Urbano Ragazzi and is entitled Fantasmagoriana.

Below the Surface: Three Modigliani Paintings Revealed for the First Time Thanks to Digital Radiography
Article date: Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Below the Surface: Three Modigliani Paintings Revealed for the First Time Thanks to Digital Radiography

A unique painting by Amedeo Modigliani, on display at Hecht Museum in the University of Haifa, was recently analyzed by a portable digital radiography system. The X-ray revealed no less than three never seen before paintings hidden beneath the surface.

Christie’s Launches Venture Fund Towards Emerging Technologies Relevant to Art Market
Article date: Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Christie’s Launches Venture Fund Towards Emerging Technologies Relevant to Art Market

Christie’s has launched another arm of business, Christie’s Ventures, a new investment fund that will provide financial resources and expert support to Emerging Technology and FinTech companies creating solutions with art market relevancy.

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