Daily Archive: February 12, 2021

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: New Outdoor Art Mini-Tour, Cygnet’s ‘Run/Fire,’ Joshua Moreno And Mainly Mozart Drive-In

Our weekend arts picks include site-specific visual art installations, outdoor works, a brand new play and two drive-in classical music performances to sweeten up your weekend.

Detail of sculptural materials gathered from the Bread and Salt site and Loga...

Credit: Michael James Armstrong

Above: Detail of sculptural materials gathered from the Bread and Salt site and Logan Heights neighborhood, used by artist Joshua Moreno in a new exhibition at ICE Gallery, opening Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.

We have lots of options for your art and culture fix across San Diego this weekend — regardless of whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day or a blissful nothing. I love that we could almost take

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Controversial art dealer’s daughter will return over 100 antiquities to Cambodia

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN

When art dealer Douglas Latchford was charged with wire fraud, smuggling and conspiracy, US prosecutors not only alleged that he had trafficked stolen Cambodian antiquities — he had “built a career” on it.

The indictment, brought before a New York court in 2019, claimed the British collector was part of an organized looting network that faked records for items it had taken or illicitly excavated from archaeological sites like Angkor Wat. Considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on art from the Khmer Empire, which ruled between the 9th and 15th centuries, Latchford had served

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