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Karl Heinz Kind - Regional Training Workshop on the Fight against Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in South-East Europe. International Routes of illicit Trafficking in Art Objects
 

Karl Heinz Kind - Regional Training Workshop on the Fight against Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in South-East Europe. International Routes of illicit Trafficking in Art Objects

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Fight against illicit traffic of cultural property in South-East Europe. ...

Fight against illicit traffic of cultural property in South-East Europe.
Gaziantep, Turkey, 19-21 November 2012
Link: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/venice/about-this-office/single-view/news/building_capacities_for_the_fight_against_the_illicit_trafficking_of_cultural_property_
in_south_east_europe/

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    Karl Heinz Kind - Regional Training Workshop on the Fight against Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in South-East Europe. International Routes of illicit Trafficking in Art Objects Karl Heinz Kind - Regional Training Workshop on the Fight against Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in South-East Europe. International Routes of illicit Trafficking in Art Objects Presentation Transcript

    • Regional Training Workshop on the Fight against Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in South-East Europe International Routes of illicit Trafficking in Art Objects Presented by Karl-Heinz Kind Coordinator Works of Art Unit Interpol General Secretariat Lyons, France INTERPOL For official use only
    • Countries of theft Countries of transit Countries of destination INTERPOL For official use only
    • Thefts from churches in region Samarina andGrevena, Greece, between September and November2009Recoveries from auction house in Amsterdam, NLand gallery in London, UK in March 2011 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of 2 dinosaur eggs from palaeontological site inRomania in 2005Recovery in Italy in 2009 following control of offers overinternet INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of a painting by Caravaggio in Odessa, Ukrainein July 2008Recovery in Berlin, Germany in June 2010 in a joint operation Caravaggio, « The taking of Christ » or « The kiss of Judas » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft from ancient City of Denizli, Turkey in May 2005Recovery through art dealer in Basel, Switzerland in January2007 Identification through DVD INTERPOL « Stolen Works of Art » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Marble torso of Apollon February 1991: Stolen from archaeological collections storehouse on island of Crete March 2007: Checked by private company on behalf of Swiss art dealer IPSG informed NCB Athens and Bern July 2007: Repatriation to GreeceINTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of a marble statueof a bearded man(Dyonisos) from Agoraruins in Izmir, Turkey inFebruary 2004Identification by Munichbased auction house andreturn in June 2004 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of 15 solid gold braceletsfrom archaeological sites in theOrastie mountains, Romaniain 2000 and 2001 INTERPOL For official use only
    • 5 Romanian offenders identifiedTrafficking to- Serbia and Montenegro- Austria- Switzerland- Germany- Belgium- France- USA5 bracelets seized in the USA and France INTERPOL For official use only
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    • Theft of a Seizure followingpainting in Pilar, check at SchipolArgentina in airport Amsterdam inMarch 2003 June 2003 Charles Cottet « Seamen in Britanny » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft from Kabul Museum, Afghanistan, in 1994Information supply from the UNESCO (670 items) in 2003Proposal for sale in public auction in Munich, June 2010 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Returned to the Ambassador of Afganistan in Germany on 15 September 2011 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Thefts from a temple in prov. of Rajastan, India and recovery in New York in April 2010Stolen in Stolen in April 2009September 2009 INTERPOL For official use only
    • 2008:Seizure of 3 cuneiform tablets in Peruand assistance provided by Spanishexpert (UNESCO list) Items returned to Iraq INTERPOL For official use only
    • August 2006: Theft of 19 paintings and prints in Sao Paulo, Brazil - Fiscal fraud and money laundering -October 2007: E-mail request to IPSG by a US art gallery concerning painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat « Hannibal »November 2007: Seizure of painting by Basquiat (value: US$ 8 million) INTERPOL For official use only
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    • January 2008:Seizure of painting byFernand Léger« Les Papillons »in London(value: 600 000 £ Sterling)February 2008:On-going investigationin the USA INTERPOL For official use only
    • Seizure in 2008in Geneva,Switzerlandcoming fromMoscow,Russia Serge Poliakoff« Composition abstraite » INTERPOL For official use only
    • September 2010, New York, USA:Recovery of 2 paintingsRoy Lichtenstein « Modern Joachim Torres Garciapainting with yellow « Figures in 4 pictures »interwaves » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft from an art fair in Namur, Belgium in November 2009Recovery in April 2011 in Strasbourg area, FranceThief had stolen over 150 items from museums in several Europeancountries Jan Brueghel « Landscape with peasants » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of 4 paintings from lawyer’s office in Rome, Italy in1974Offered for sale of 1 painting in auction in the UK inNovember 2008Recovery in London in March 2011 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of 12 paintings from private residence in Baia Mare, Romania,on 07/10/2006Recovered in Hungary, May 2007 - Sandor ZIFFER « Alley in the park » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Armed robbery in Zurich in February 2008 Recovered in Serbia in automn 2011 and in avril 2012Cézanne DegasGarçon au veste rouge Comte Lepic et ses filles INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of a painting in canton of Zurich, Switzerlandin November 2009Recovery in Serbia in August 2011 Lucas Cranach « The crucifixion » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of 2 Picasso painting in Pfaeffikon, Switzerland inFebruary 2008Recovery in Serbia in October 2011 Glass and pitcher Horse head INTERPOL For official use only
    • Recovery in Brasov, Romania on 13/14 November 2008Stolen from private residences in Vienna in September 2008 Matteo di Siena Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller« Madonna with Child » « The stubborn schoolboy » INTERPOL For official use only
    • Theft of 16 paintings inAntwerp, Belgium,18/07/1999 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Maarten RIJCKAERTLandscape with burning churchRecovered: Moscow, March 2004 Unknown Flemish artist Portrait of a nobleman Recovered: Romania, Sept. INTERPOL For official use only 2004
    • Aert van der NEER – Costal sceneRecovered: Moscow, December 2004 INTERPOL For official use only
    • Jan BRUEGEL Vulcan in his workshop HONDIUSRecovered:France, LandscapNovember 2000 e with dogs and wild birds INTERPOL For official use only
    • Van WYCK Solders near a river UnknownRecovered: Flemish painterFranceNovember2004 Men drinking at INTERPOL For official use only an inn
    • CONCLUSIONS- Upgrade national legislation- Elaborate risk profiles- Create specuialized law enforcement units and ensure regular training- Establish network of reliable experts- Allocate adequate resources INTERPOL For official use only
    • - Ensure systematic data collection on stolen cultural property- Transfer stolen art information to the INTERPOL General Secretariat for data entry- Conduct regular database checks and internet monitoring INTERPOL For official use only
    • Thank you very much for your attention Karl-Heinz Kind kh.kind@interpol.int INTERPOL For official use only