Sculpture stolen turns up in the museum’s toilets

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs was closed for the afternoon of January 11, following the theft of a solid bronze sculpture by Flemish-born artist Giambologna. In an interesting turn of events, the work, dating back to the 16th century and valued between €300,000 to €400,000, was found in the...

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Role change for Joshua Holdeman at Sotheby’s

Joshua Holdeman, former vice president, Americas, has recently taken up the position of Department Head of 20th century design, photographs and print at...


New curator named for Frieze Masters 'spotlight' category

Independant, Los Angeles-based curator Clara M Kim has been appointed as curator of ‘Spotlight’ a specialist section of Frieze Masters and Frieze New York dedicated to solo displays of 20th century...


Quikky tours cast new light on the Vatican art

Gay travel company Quiiky are to begin conducting sexuality-themed tours of the Vatican city, presenting new and more liberal perspectives on artists such as Michelangelo, whose work has been for centuries shrouded in...

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