The following is an excerpt from The Secret History of Art’s regular column in The Journal of Art Crime, the only peer-reviewed academic journal on the interdisciplinary study of art crime. To… More ›
Posts Tagged: ARCA
The Secret History of Art, along with many of his ARCA friends and associates, is quoted in this excellent New York Times article on how technology is helping to curb art looting. Take a look here.
A BBC News report shows that organized criminal groups are targeting art in the UK, as detailed by British police. The estimated value of art crime in the UK is some 300 million pounds, making it… More ›
One of The Secret History of Art’s former students, Kirsten Hower, is the inventor of a clever new handmade, wearable fashion statement for students, fans, and enthusiasts of art crime and its… More ›
Art Crime: Forgery, Provenance, Recovery, Reward
The Secret History of Art was asked to write an autobiographical essay about getting into the study of art crime for the alumni magazine of St John’s College, University of Cambridge, where I… More ›
ARCA (Association for Research into Crimes against Art) will be awarding Jason Felch, the LA Times columnist and co-author of Chasing Aphrodite at its annual conference in the study of art crime, held… More ›
Despite being the estimated third highest-grossing criminal trade worldwide, behind only drugs and arms, according to the US Department of Justice, Scotland Yard, the Carabinieri, and other notable… More ›
Today was the first part of a two-day conference on Criminalistics and Criminal Investigation, hosted by the Faculty of Security and Criminal Justice of University of Maribor, held in Ljubljana,… More ›
ARCA, the Association for Research into Crimes against Art, is pleased to announce the hiring of a new CEO.
It’s Mona Lisa theft weekend, with the 100th anniversary of the world’s most famous heist coming up this Sunday, 21 August. That same day sees the 50th anniversary of another famous… More ›
On 10 January 2011, Belen Palanco of EFE, the Spanish-language equivalent of the Associated Press, published an article on the Post-Graduate Certificate Program in the Study of Art Crime and Cultural… More ›
The Secret History of Art is pleased to present a series of interviews with the world’s leading experts in art crime, from professors to police. Today’s interview is with Professor Derek… More ›