The long-term loan could “open the way for a similar agreement with an act of approval by the British Parliament,” said the Acropolis Museum’s director.
Caravaggio’s Mark of Madness
Caravaggio may have eluded a death sentence by fleeing to Malta and Sicily, but in the end there was nowhere to run.
Art of Eternal Twilight
It seems almost predetermined that the art of Sicily is rooted in the transience of life.
Seizure of Looted Antiquities Illuminates What Museums Want Hidden
Over 20,000 precious art objects were seized in a raid at dawn — what can this elucidate about beauty, theft, and the museum?
The Many Influences and Invasions that Shaped Two Millennia of Sicilian Art
LONDON — Sicily: Culture and Conquest is one of the last exhibitions commissioned by outgoing British Museum director Neil MacGregor and encapsulates what made his tenure so valuable.
A Land Art Memorial 30 Years in the Making Opens in Italy
After three decades of construction, Alberto Burri’s monumental land art installation “Grande Cretto” has finally opened to the public, The Art Newspaper reports.