Website of the German Lost Art Foundation

2017.12.15

Training programme for provenance research - Introduction to provenance research

Location Further training centre at the Freie Universität Berlin Organizer Further training centre at the Freie Universität Berlin

Sophie Leschik, employee in the department for provenance research at the German Lost Art Foundation, will report about the Foundation's funding opportunities and they will give some advice to possible applicants. Uwe Hartmann, head of the department for provenance research at the German Lost Art Foundation, will introduce to provenance research as a subject of exhibitions.

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2018.01.22

Winter term lectures of the Centre for Art Market Studies (Forum Kunst und Markt), TU Berlin

Location TU Berlin Organizer Centre for Art Market Studies (Forum Kunst und Markt), TU Berlin

Prof. Dr. Gilbert Lupfer, scientific executive board at the German Lost Art Foundation, will give a lecture on "Provenance research yesterday - today - tomorrow" within the scope of the winter term lectures.

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2018.01.24 - 2019.01.24

Scientific training at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg: Programme "Studieren ab 50"

Location Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg Organizer Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

Nadine Bauer and Mathias Deinert, employees in the department for provenance research at the German Lost Art Foundation, will present the Foundation's tasks.

2018.02.22

The spirit of Bern 2018 - Break-out Session "The Causa Gurlitt as an example of provenance research"

Location Kongress + Kursaal Bern AG Organizer The Spirit of Bern Foundation

Andrea Baresel-Brand, head of the department Lost Art Database and documentation and head of the Gurlitt Provenance Research Project, and other participants will examine the effects of the "Gurlitt case" on the art trade and on provenance research.

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2018.03.22 - 2018.03.23

Training programme for provenance research - Introduction to provenance research

Location Munich Organizer Further training centre at the Freie Universität Berlin in cooperation with the Landesstelle für nichtstaatliche Museen Bayern

Uwe Hartmann, head of the department for provenance research at the German Lost Art Foundation will introduce to provenance research and fair and just solutions following the Washington Principles. Sophie Leschik, employee in the department for provenance research at the German Lost Art Foundation, will report about the Foundation's funding opportunities and they will give some advice to possible applicants.

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