Archaeologist calls for return of the Rosetta Stone to Egypt

As we have seen more and more nations that were victimized by the theft and looting of colonial practices come forward with demands for the return of ill-gotten goods, it’s […]

Seizure and return of Egyptian Antiquities amidst Louvre scandal

The entire art world has been abuzz ever since former Louvre director Jean-Luc Martinez has been charged with fraud and money laundering in relation to an international artifact smuggling ring. […]

Zone of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility sells for $1.2 million

In our modern, digital-consumerist society, we are no strangers to paying for…well, nothing. Fleeting online experiences that amount to singular serotonin boosts (hopefully), shiny costumes for digital avatars, or the […]

Artwork seized by Finland returns to Russia

As the complications stemming from the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war continue to grow and manifest, with sanctions extending to all manner of industries and culture from Russia at home and around […]

Picasso NFTs shut down by family members

As the untiring march of NFTs begins to find more and more footholds across the arts existent art industry, we are bound to see this trend touched on by legendary […]

MSCHF sells off 1000 copies of Andy Warhol’s ‘Fairies’

The tricks and treats of the season have all been doled out as we step into November. But it wasn’t only Halloween that saw disguises in abundance: 999 paintings were […]

Antiquities looting: an ongoing crisis as well as a shameful piece of history

Western museums are, rightfully, facing increasing pressure to return art and artefacts looted during colonial times. Artefact theft is not merely a disgraceful part of the past, however, but is […]