A tenuous relationship exists in Weems’s work between glamour and guts; yet neither attribute suffers on behalf of the other.
After Disappearing for Decades, a van Gogh Watercolor Sold Under Duress and Then Stolen by Nazis May Fetch $30M
The heirs of two Jewish collectors, one who sold the work to fund his escape from Germany, and another who had the artwork stolen by the Nazis, will receive financial restitution from the Christie’s sale.
How the Possession of Human Remains Led to a Public Reckoning at the Penn Museum
Philadelphia activists, UPenn students, and journalists contributed to the reckoning centering the museum’s holdings of the remains of MOVE bombing victims.