The Marion True case has concluded, but how does the former antiquities curator of the Getty Museum feel about the outcome?
“Neither condemned nor vindicated”: Marion True on why it is hard to accept the lack of verdict after her five-year trial
Marion True, former Getty curator, trial collapses
Victims include prime minister’s father-in-law and an old master art dealer
Marion True defence continues
“Stolen” antiquities put under microscope in Getty trial
“The Fleischmann Collection was just a front” - updates on the Marion True trial
The latest hearing in the Marion True trial links Getty to convicted dealer, again
“The world cannot afford many more collectors with a passion for antiquities”
As the Getty Museum opens an exhibition of the Fleischman collection of antiquities, Ricardo Elia, professor of archaeology at Boston University, argues that showcasing private collections only encourages the looting of archaeological sites.