Is it possible to appreciate an artwork only on its merits when it’s coloured by a compelling back story? 

District court judge Arthur Tompkins, whose new history of art crime during war, Plundering Beauty, is out this March, is joined by Tauranga art historian Penelope Jackson, author of Art Thieves, Fakers & Fraudsters: The New Zealand Story, and Catherine Gardner of the New Zealand Police to discuss intriguing art crimes and stories.

Image: Henrik Donnestad 

Sunday 11 Mar


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Circa One

1hr (no interval)

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