NEWS & EVENTS
Listen To: Ariane Moser and Frank Morey (two members of our Art Due Diligence Group) interviewed by ArtTactic on art due diligence.
Art Recovery assists in recovery of a valuable stolen painting from owners in Northern Ireland.
Christopher Marinello comments on art recovery and the theft of £57 million worth of Chinese jade artefacts from the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge.
See our article ‘How risky is the business of buying Fine Art’ in Art and Museum Magazine, Spring Issue 2017.
The launch of our new service reported by Laura Chesters in The Antiques Trade Gazette on 22nd February 2017.
For photos of our launch of the Art Due Diligence Group at Gallery Different in Fitzrovia on 28th March 2017 see our LinkedIn page for photos.
May 2017 – Three of our ADDG members attended the London Business School’s Art Investment Conference
– Read our Pandora Mather-Lees (ADDG’s administrative and art business services adviser) article on the panel discussions on a range of different art investment issues in the Summer Issue of Family Office Elite’s – Art and Museum Magazine at pages 8-9 of the Magazine.
25th July 2017 – Stolen Ceremonial Sword recovered from London Auction House
Read how our ADDG specialist for art recovery – Christopher Marinello (of Art Recovery International LLC.) successfully recovered The Mark Provincial Sword of Kent, a special ceremonial sword that belongs to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of Kent, from an Auction House in London.
25th August 2017 – Francis Eastaugh ( our ADDG specialist in Forensics at Art Analysis and Research) was interviewed by Sky News Tonight.
Watch the video-click to see the discussion on the prevalence of forgeries in the art market, following the Jackson Pollock fakes scandal. Investigated by the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR).
Jackson Pollock Fraud investigated by the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR) see Artnet’s article here by Eileen Kinsella dated 24th August 2017.
17 November 2017– Nica Rieppi of Art Analysis and Research was interviewed by TIME Magazine – following the sale of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi.
AA&R’s specialist Nica Rieppi conducted forensic work on the artwork over a 4 year period. In the article Nica Rieppi describes specific forensic techniques used to help authentic, what is now recorded as the world’s most expensive painting. (Art Analysis and Research is the ADDG’s forensic science group member).