Friday, 1 April 2011

Looting Matters Celebrated

Later this morning a Blue Plaque will be unveiled on the north side of Gordon Square, London to mark the venue of a landmark lecture presented through the Heritage Studies Research Group. Blue Plaques are a feature of London's cityscape and they are placed to note important historical and cultural locations in the capital.

Looting Matters is honoured to have been selected for this treatment.

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12 comments:

DR.KWAME OPOKU said...

Well-deserved honour. Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

Let's hope it doesn't end up being offered for sale by a dealer and marked "Supplied from a trusted source and not known to be stolen".

Paul Barford said...

Hat off to you David.

David Gill said...

Thank you for these kind comments - they are much appreciated.

kyri said...

happy april fools david,that was a good one.i hope the others didnt realy fall for your prank.
kyri.

Unknown said...

Now, is the date meaningful? The April 1 I mean ....
:-)

Unknown said...

huff, i thought I left a comment -- not sure it worked! Now David, is the fact that this announcement appeared on April 1st meaningful? Inquiring minds want to know...

SAFECORNER said...

Congratulations!

LizMarlowe said...

I fell for the bus gag a few years ago; fool me once ...

Damien Huffer said...

Congrats, David!

Anonymous said...

How wonderful David. Congratulations!

kyri said...

hi david,i see the greek ostraka [lot 215 christies] have been withdrawn although they are still on the e catalog.do you know anything about this?i know that you have studied /wrote about ostraka in the past as i have read a few pieces by you.were they in polaroids?
kyri.

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