In New York Times, on CBS and NPR
Noah was quoted in The New York Times for an article on art theft from China. For more click here. He was on CBS This Morning national television here, and on National Public Radio's biggest program, Fresh Air.
The Art of Forgery Hits the "Bests"
Listed as "Best of Art & Design" -Waterstone's (May 2015)
#1 Best-Seller among New Releases in Art History"-Amazon (10 June 2015)
Events: Spring 2015
Noah will be speaking at the following events in the Spring 2015, in support of his latest book, THE ART OF FORGERY (Phaidon). All are welcome, and should contact the host institution regarding tickets.
Here's the current lineup of live appearances, in addition to the Hay Festival, mentioned above:
May 16 Guardian Masterclass "How to write about art" (sold out) London, England
May 17 Dulwich Picture Gallery 2:30pm London, England
May 18 V&A Museum 7pm London, England
May 26 Hay Festival 7pm Hay-on-Wye, Wales
June 3 Kramer Books Washington, DC
June 4 Institute Library New Haven, CT
June 5 MFA Boston, MA
June 8 92nd Street Y New York, NY
June 22-24 "History of Forgery" course Amelia, Umbria
Bled Film Festival
Noah has been recruited as "Selector of Feature Films" for the first annual Bled Film Festival, which will be held in Bled, Slovenia June 17-21. This new festival features high-profile stars among its founders, from Hollywood and the Balkans. Noah will be choosing eight films to be screened and contend for juried prizes, plus four films shown for free in an open air theater on the shores of Lake Bled, often called the most beautiful place on earth. For more information, visit www.bledff.com
Cultural Heritage Research Prize
Noah is one of a select number of jury members for a brand new prize, established by the Institute of Cultural Diplomacy and former Italian Minister of Culture, Francesco Rutelli. The Cultural Heritage Research Prize will be awarded annually to someone who distinguishes themselves in the field of cultural heritage protection and recovery. The prestigious prize includes a substantial cash award as well. Noah's fellow jurors include Rutelli, Mounir Bouchenaki, Bonnie Burnham, Jack Lang, Giovanni Nistri, Peter Watson, Hanna Pennock, Ismail Serageldin, and Stefano de Caro. More information is available here.
Noah's BBC and National Geographic Documentaries
Noah appears as a guest expert and presenter on two TV documentaries this winter. "The World's Most Expensive Stolen Paintings" appears on BBC2 on December 21, 2013 and "Hunting Hitler's Stolen Art Treasures" appears on Nat Geo Channel on February 5, 2014.
Noah's "The Secret History of Art" Blog
- Bosch, Freud, Jung, Cronuts
Liminal zones or beings occupy the narrow space between two opposites, a bit of both, wholly neither. Twilight is the liminal time between day and night. Venice is a liminal city, between aquatic and terrestrial. A centaur is a liminal being: half horse, half human. A cronut is a liminal snack: half croissant, half donut, all delicious.
No creator has better embodied the liminal than Renaissance painter Hieronymus Bosch, whose work is being featured this year, the 500th anniversary of his presumed death (so little is known of his life that scholars can only guess at his birth and death dates). Exhibitions around the world bring this Renaissance Dutch painter to the fore: at Harvard’s Fogg Museum, at the Museo del Prado in Madrid and in his hometown, the wonderfully-named (and punctuated) ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
Read the whole article in Salon.
- Fake Art in Museums
The Secret History of Art’s latest feature is in Aeon magazine, on the proliferation of fakes on museum walls–when museums know full well.
- In Tuscany, on the Piero Trail
The Secret History of Art’s latest feature is a travel piece on following the Piero Trail through Tuscany, linking masterpieces by Piero della Francesca, for Artemest magazine.
- Inside Book Tours
The Secret History of Art’s latest feature is a look inside the endangered species known as the book tour, published in The Atlantic.
Take a look here!
- Inside the Museum of the Bible
The Secret History of Art’s latest feature is in the Washington Post, on the Green Collection and the forthcoming Museum of the Bible.