Website of the German Lost Art Foundation

Executive Board and team

The German Lost Art Foundation is headed by an executive board: Rüdiger Hütte is the full-time chairman, while Prof. Gilbert Lupfer is the honorary chairman. More details: Executive Board and team …

Organisation of the German Lost Art Foundation (refer to: Organisation)

Organisation

The German Lost Art Foundation is headed by the executive board. The highest decision-making committee is the Foundation board. An international board of trustees advises and supports the activities of the executive and Foundation board. The funding committeeis responsible for recommending funding to research proposals. More details: Organisation …

Altakten und Inventarverzeichnisse, Altaktenarchiv Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg (refer to: Tasks)

Tasks

The German Lost Art Foundation is the national and international contact partner for all matters pertaining to the illegal seizure of cultural assets in Germany in the 20th century. The main activities of the Foundation focus on cultural assets confiscated by the National Socialists through persecution, particularly those from former Jewish owners. More details: Tasks …

History of the German Lost Art Foundation until today (refer to: Chronology)

Chronology

The German Lost Art Foundation was established as a civil-law foundation by the German federal and state governments and leading municipal associations on 1 January 2015. Take a look at the most important stations up to the Foundation's establishment. More details: Chronology …