Art in the News: August 19 – September 1
Art in the News collects international, national and local tidbits to bring the art world to you. What news escaped our radar? Email us at email@example.com to have news included in our biweekly roundup.
- A $250,000 “gamma ray camera” may be the key to finding da Vinci’s missing painting. Read more.
- Berlin show brings major renaissance portraits together for the first time. Read more.
- Rhino horns stolen across Europe and the U.S. Read more.
- Why has art theft increased two-fold in the last decade? Read more.
- One hundred years of famous art heists. Read more.
- Picasso, Stein and Dutch masters in four San Francisco shows. Read more.
- LACMA’s bond rating drops. Read more.
- American Folk Art Museum future dims as it runs out of options. Read more.
- Charlotte’s Mint Museum shows Southern influence on Romare Bearden. Read more.
- An exhibition devoted solely to Degas nudes to open in Boston. Read more.
- Former NYC dealers lift $15m in art. Read more.
- After 30 years, collector recovers stolen paintings, is awarded $3m. Read more.
- Thief walks out of NY gallery with $100,000 painting. Read more.
- New documentary offers insight on Mona Lisa theft. Read more.