The art market is again plagued by a dark history of trafficking of cultural goods, in other words, " the appropriation of cultural property in violation of a law regulating the transfer of property, the importation and exportation of the cultural heritage of a nation or of a people ", according to Vincent Negri, researcher, HDR, Institute of social sciences of politics. Recently, in Paris, an auction orchestrated by Coutau-Bégarie has been suspended following a controversy in Tunisia, namely objects belonging to Habib Djellouli – a high dignitary of tunisia – that'll be... Article reserved to subscribers
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A traffic of fake furniture is shaking the world of antique dealers in United States : how to recover antiquities stolen by the AR
Updated Date: 25 June 2020, 14:33