'The city is ours, not the Mafia’s': public art project in Palermo unites community against organised crime in Sicily

Four commissions, including a 30-m high mural of a Mafia-assassinated judge, have been unveiled in the southern Italian city


Return of Morgantina Venus inspires Sicilian tourism enterprise

Public-private tourism partnership aims to make more of the island’s heritage.

Italian collector’s pledge to help save crumbling city of Palermo

Roberto Bilotti has restored an 18th-century palace and plans to open an “art chapel”

Metropolitan to return antiquities to Italy

20 items that were looted or likely stolen are to be restituted

Benevento rejoices at news of looted missal’s return from the British Library

An investigation by The Art Newspaper led to the request for restitution of the 12th-century prayer book