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  • Caroline Cassin

Today I interview Corrado CATESI on Interpol and Art Crime.

Updated: Apr 28, 2023

“We are witnessing an alarming increase in the traffic of fake cultural objects from conflict zones.”Corrado Catesi, Head of INTERPOL’s programme against cultural heritage crimes.

called ID-Art, uses cutting-edge image-recognition software to help identify stolen cultural property, reduce illicit trafficking, and increase the chances of recovering stolen items.

ID-Art enables users to:

  • Get mobile access to the INTERPOL database of stolen works of art;

  • Create an inventory of private art collections;

  • Report cultural sites potentially at risk.

It is free download from the Apple Store and Android Play Store.

Thanks for our interview!

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