Institutions like the American Museum of Natural History and the Musée de la Grande Guerre in France are experimenting with telepresence creatures.
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The ruling stated that the behavior in question fell into a gray area before France enacted legislation in 2011 regarding foreign trusts.
A museum’s “Fire! Fire!” exhibit asks the question by recreating the blaze with the game Minecraft.
A French prosecutor has asked that Guy Wildenstein, a global player in the art world, be sent to prison on charges of tax fraud and money laundering.
An art exhibition in Belgium pays tribute to the Parisian art dealer Paul Rosenberg.
The art dealer Guy Wildenstein and his financial advisers are facing charges of tax fraud and money-laundering in a French court.
The legislation, which opponents contend protects stolen works while they’re being exhibited in the United States, will head to the full Senate for a vote.
The slow-moving drama of restoration has become a publicity bonanza for museums, as the work and role of conservators continue to evolve.
Two Americans wrote the work, “Behold the Man,” which tells how amateurish repairs to a painting of Jesus in 2012 brought a tourist bonanza to a struggling town.
The City Council has approved the project, which is to transform an 18th-century bourse into “The Pinault Collection, Bourse de Commerce.”