French report on stolen art a landmark moment for Pacific – lawyer

FILE PHOTO: A view of "Moai" statues in Ahu Akivi, on Easter Island, 4,000 km (2,486 miles) west of Santiago, in this photo taken Oct. 31, 2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo

PAPE’ETE,26 NOVEMBER 2018 (RNZ PACIFIC) – A new report calling for the return of thousands of artworks stolen by France in the colonial era is a landmark moment for the Pacific. That’s according to Pas Zarate, a Chilean lawyer specialising in disputes over the repatriation of art. It said African artworks in French museums that […]

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