A fascinating conference covering many different offshoots; from detecting fakes and fine art forensics to questions of determining authenticity. TrackArt’s Director of Business Development, Tamae Rykers, will be in attendance. http://itsartlaw.com/conferences/
Topic: Art Education
Another on the link between the financial market and the art sector. http://www.cnbc.com/2015/07/30/heres-how-china-could-crash-the-art-market.html
This new issue examines archaeological looting and art theft. Included in this issue is an editorial essay by Toby Bull entitled “The Grape War of China: Wine Fraud and How Science is Fighting Back”. To subscribe to the Journal of Art Crime contact ARCA.
Click on the picture below to get to the Table of Contents. Among some very interesting articles and essays is one by Toby Bull entitled “Why Hong Kong can save the ozone layer but not China’s cultural heritage.” To subscribe to the Journal of Art Crime contact ARCA.
Forge and Export by Bull and Gruber Read Toby Bull’s and Dr. Stefan Gruber’s latest collaboration.
Christie’s Education programme In retrospect: TrackArt presented a lecture on art crime.
http://art-crime.blogspot.hk/2015/06/countdown-to-arcas-7th.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed:+arcablog+(ARCAblog) Check out the list of speakers here.
Auction Law China Little publicised fact.
China’s auction market 2015 SCMP What’s new?
Postgraduate Certificate Program in International Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection Studies – now in its sixth year, this academically intensive ten week program provides in-depth, postgraduate level instruction in a wide variety of theoretical and practical elements of art and heritage crime. http://www.artcrimeresearch.org/2014-postgraduate-certificate-program-in-art-crime-and-cultural-heritage-protection/