I have been reading the number on iBooks on the iPad.
Those interested in antiquities will note the following items:
- Ton Cremers, "Security & Safety Reflections: Tracking and tracing of stolen art objects", 71-72.
- David W.J. Gill, "Context matters. Greece and the U.S.: Reviewing cultural property agreements", 73-76.
- Christopher A. Marinello, "On fakes", 89-90.
- Kim Alderman, "The ethics of context: exploring assumptions in discussions about the looting of archaeological sites", 93-94.
- Stefano Alessandrini, review of "Ancient art works recovered by the Guardia di Finanza exhibition (14 June-12 September 2010)", 101-102 [with images]. This includes the wonderful phrase, attributed to Massimo Rossi, of "mute works", that is to say objects that have lost their archaeological context.
- Douglas L. Yearwood, review of "Art and crime: exploring the dark side of the art world", 111-112.
Those interested in Nazi Looted Art Objects and Art Crime in general will find much in the number.
For Spring 2010 see here.