Starring Omar Sy, the French Netflix series Lupin is a delightful crime thriller.
The new documentary The Painter and the Thief finds the complexities in what could have been a basic feel-good tale.
On the anniversary of the Gardner Museum heist, learn more about the 10 most expensive missing artworks.
The late Phase 2, née Michael Lawrence Marrow, is credited as the originator of the popular bubble letter or “softies” style.
Willem de Kooning’s “Woman–Ochre” was missing for over 30 years. Now recovered, it shows signs of mishandling and amateur restoration that are difficult to fix.
Pierre and Danielle Le Guennec’s Picasso stockpile was estimated to be worth €70 million (~$77.5 million).
Of a total 2,300 missing paintings by Scottish painter Benjamin Creme, 1,200 have been recovered. They are valued at around $777,000.
Maurizio Cattelan’s golden throne was stolen from the Blenheim Art Foundation.
The adaptation of Donna Tartt’s bestseller sacrifices its nuances to fit in all of its plot points.
Surveillance camera footage shows the suspect allegedly walking off with the sculpture in broad daylight.
Unmotivated by profit, Stéphane Breitwieser stole over a billion dollars worth of art and artifacts to fill his obsessive treasure trove, which he stored away in an attic.
The perpetrator, who was caught on camera, took the rock from a participatory installation called “Stone Piece” at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto.