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ALR Quarterly Newsletter Issue 17 – June/July 2020

Published: Wednesday 1st July 2020

Announcing Partnership with London Art Week Digital We are delighted to announce that we are a Cultural Partner for this summer’s edition of London Art Week – which will be accessible as an online platform LAW Digital! For LAW Digital, we will be hosting two special events for which we hope that you can join […]

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The Art Loss Register – Les retrouveurs d’art

Published: Thursday 5th March 2020

ALR’s Paul Exbrayat is interviewed in Collect magazine by Johan-Frédérik Hel Guedj: Depuis trente ans, The Art Loss Register aide à retrouver les oeuvres volées. Nous avons rencontré Paul Exbrayat, en charge du marché français et francophone, lors de sa venue à la BRAFA. TEXTE & PORTRAITS : JOHAN FREDERIK HEL GUEDJ En 1978, sept […]

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ALR Vetting at TEFAF profiled in the Financial Times

Published: Sunday 1st March 2020

Have you always ever how the ALR works with TEFAF and other fairs to stop stolen art and antiques being offered for sale? How does this work in practice? What happens to objects if they are found to have been stolen in the past? The ALR’s Manager of International Art Fairs, Will Korner, was interviewed […]

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ALR Quarterly Newsletter Issue 16 – Jan/Feb 2020

Published: Saturday 1st February 2020

What have we been up to? It might be quite late but wishing you all a very happy and successful 2020! Recovery of ancient Kushan sculpture makes international headlines We are delighted to announce that a Kushan sculpture that was stolen the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul in the 1990s will shortly be repatriated. […]

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Recovered Kushan sculpture to be repatriated to Afghanistan

Published: Friday 17th January 2020

The ALR has worked with the Metropolitan Police and the British Museum to return the sculpture to the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul The Art Loss Register (ALR) is pleased to announce the forthcoming repatriation of a sculpture to Afghanistan. The fragment has been recovered after being offered for sale at TimeLine Auctions, a […]

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