The illicit antiquities trade transcends borders and touches every corner of the globe. However, when compared to other transnational crimes, from arms running, to drug smuggling, or the illicit wildlife trade, there is still much to learn. Learn more about the criminal aspects of cultural racketeering.
Allies from the Financial, Legal, Law Enforcement, and Art Market Communities Lay Roadmap for Action Hollywood, FL (April 16, 2019)—Today the Antiquities Coalition launched its new Financial Crimes Task Force, […]Read More >
WASHINGTON, DC (March 21, 2019) – The Antiquities Coalition commends the House of Representatives for its continuing action to ensure the $26.6 billion American art market is not misused by […]Read More >
The Antiquities Coalition will host Brigadier General Fabrizio Parrulli of the Italian Carabinieri the week of July 30 in Washington, D.C. His visit follows a major bust of an international crime ring by the Carabinieri and other European law enforcement.Read More >