Complex novel echoes the life of pioneering Black American artist Edmonia Lewis
The Somali-Italian author Igiaba Scego's tale of empowerment draws on the artist's journey from Native American reservation to international fame
Could we be on the verge of another art market crash?
With auction sales faltering and a respected commercial gallery going into administration, Ben Lewis sees echoes of the slump of 2008
'The Leonardo and the Carpet Dealer': the secretive first campaign to sell the Salvator Mundi
Respected textiles scholar and dealer Michael Franses was employed in 2009, by one of the syndicate who owned the painting, to offer it for sale to a handful of the world's leading museums
From Modigliani to Imelda Marcos, museum thefts to market machinations: renowned German investigative reporters present an arresting story of art crime
The authors’ overview of the types of art crime includes serious analysis—and some entertaining tales
What distinguishes an art criminal from a regular crook?
The host of the Art Bust podcast argues that the nature and purpose of art crime–and by extension, of the art detectives who fight it—has changed in recent years