CONF: Ein Jahr Kulturgutschutzgesetz (Regensburg, 25 Oct 17)

Symposium
Ein Jahr Kulturgutschutzgesetz 

– Individuelle und kollektive Interessen im Widerstreit
Universität Regensburg
Vielberth-Gebäude, H 24
25.10.2017

Ein Jahr nach Inkrafttreten des neuen Kulturgutschutzgesetzes soll eine erste Bilanz gezogen werden, die die deutsche Regelung in den Zusammenhang des internationalen Kulturgüterschutzes einordnet. Die Veranstaltung findet im Rahmen der Kooperation zwischen dem Institut für Kunstgeschichte und der juristischen Fakultät der Universität Regensburg statt.

Eintritt frei; Anmeldung nicht erforderlich

PROGRAMM

16.00-16.20 Eröffnung des Symposiums

Einführung
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wagner, Universität Regensburg

Grußwort
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kühling, Dekan der Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaft der Universität Regensburg

16.20-17.40 Vorträge

Ein Jahr Kulturgutschutzgesetz aus rechtlicher Sicht
Rechtsanwältin Yasmin Mahmoudi, Köln

Das Kulturgüterfluchtgesetz und seine Profiteure
Prof. Dr. Nils Büttner, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart

Das Kulturgutschutzgesetz im Vergleich mit der Situation in der Schweiz
Dr. Matthias Frehner, Kunstmuseum Bern

Individuum, Staat und internationale Gemeinschaft: Schutzdimensionen des internationalen Kulturgüterrechts
Prof. Dr. Robert Uerpmann-Wittzack, Universität Regensburg

18.00-19.00 h: Diskussion mit den Referenten
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Gerrit Manssen und Prof. Dr. Christoph Wagner, Universität Regensburg

Informationen | Kontakt

Prof. Dr. Robert Uerpmann-Wittzack
Lehrstuhl für Öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht
E-Mail robert.uerpmann-wittzack@ur.de

Prof. Dr. Christoph Wagner
Lehrstuhl für Kunstgeschichte
E-Mail christoph.wagner@ur.de

In Kooperation mit dem Themenverbund “Sehen und Verstehen” der Universität Regensburg.

Reference:

CONF: Ein Jahr Kulturgutschutzgesetz (Regensburg, 25 Oct 17). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 14, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16472>.

CFP: Dispossessions of Cultural Objects (Ljubljana, 19-21 Mar 18)

Dispossessions of Cultural Objects between 1914 and 1989/1991
– Alpe Adria Region in Comparative Perspective

International Conference

Ljubljana, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC SAZU, March 19 – 21, 2018

Deadline: Nov 12, 2017

The research project team Transfer of Cultural Objects in the Alpe Adria Region in the 20th Century (TransCultAA) invites applications for papers to be presented in Ljubljana in March 19-21, 2018.

Transfer of Cultural Objects in the Alpe Adria Region in the 20th Century (TransCultAA) is a HERA – Humanities in the European Research Area – international and interdisciplinary research project of four countries (Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia, together with the Commission for Provenance Research in Vienna, Austria, as associated partner). The four principal investigators are Christian Fuhrmeister, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich (project leader), Donata Levi, University of Udine, Barbara Murovec, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, and Ljerka Dulibić, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters HAZU in Zagreb. The project is being funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649307. Continue reading “CFP: Dispossessions of Cultural Objects (Ljubljana, 19-21 Mar 18)”

Lecture series: The art market of today: Its actors and their fields of work (Cologne, 19 Oct 17-18 Jan 18)

The art market of today: Its actors and their fields of work

Concept: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadine Oberste-Hetbleck

Institute for Art History
University of Cologne
9 October 17-18 January 18

The lectures start at 5:45 pm in auditorium E (Hörsaalgebäude). They are given in German.

The lecture series is open to all.  They are free of charge and registration is not required.

As part of the multi-term spanning series Art market: Research – fields of work – interdisciplinary dialogue, the lecture series is decidedly practice-oriented in this term, after the focus lay on the subject area research in the last two winter terms. Established experts from practical areas of the art market (i.a. auctioneers, art trade/gallery, art insurance, art logistics) will provide an insight into history, work flows and duties of their everyday working life. At the same time, they will address the specific challenges in their branch.

Selected talks will be recorded and published subsequent to the lectures. For more information on the lecture series, the focus on art market studies and other projects of the junior professorship for art history and art market, please visit

…the homepage of the Department for Art History: http://khi.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/7786.html

…the scientific blog: www.amskoeln.hypotheses.org

Contact:
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadine Oberste-Hetbleck, Jun.-Prof. für Kunstgeschichte und Kunstmarkt, University of Cologne, Department for Art History, noberste@uni-koeln.de

Reference: ANN: Lecture series: The Art Market of Today (Cologne, 19 Oct 17-18 Jan 18). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 10, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16412>.

CFP: Women Curators and Directors (New York, 26-27 Jun 18)

Women Curators and Directors in Art Museums before 1960

Conference session convened by Christel Hollevoet-Force
Christie’s New York
June 26 – 27, 2018

Deadline: Dec 15, 2017

Most curatorial staff at art museums such as the Guggenheim, the Met, MoMA, and the Whitney nowadays are women. Two of these distinguished New York institutions were not only founded by women, but all four were the stage of a few female curators’ remarkable trajectories in the first half of the twentieth century, in an unquestionably male-dominated world. This session will celebrate the achievements of pioneering women curators whose careers bloomed before 1960, with an overview of their trials and triumphs — launching new curatorial departments, defining heretofore uncharted fields of research and collecting, rising to the top of the ladder, and playing seminal roles within their museums and beyond. This session is a springboard to reflect on the specific challenges, distinct merits, and broader significance of women’s careers within the history of art museums.

Examples of these extraordinary women include Juliana Force (1876-1948), who was director of the Whitney Museum of American Art from 1930 to 1948; Hilla Rebay (1890-1967), whose was director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum from 1939 to 1952; Iris Barry (1895-1969), who created MoMA’s film department in 1932; and Dorothy Miller (1904-2003), who was a curator of painting and sculpture at MoMA from 1934 to 1969. I also have in mind Monuments Women such as Rose Valland (1898-1980) at the Musée du Jeu de Paume in Paris; Ardelia Hall (1899-1979) who started her career at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston; or Edith Standen (1905-1998) who concluded hers at The Met—all of whom were instrumental in the Allies’ restitution efforts following the systematic Nazi looting of art during WWII.

Scholars who have delved into the career of any such curator/director — the above or any other, in any country — or researched a specific facet of their broader accomplishments, are invited to send a proposal.

Call for papers for the conference: “Celebrating Female Agency in the Arts,” Christie’s Education, 20 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, June 26-27, 2018

http://www.christies.com/exhibitions/christies-education-conference-celebrating-female-agency-arts

Deadline: December 15, 2017

Paper proposals should include an abstract (max 500 words) and short biography (max 250 words), and be sent to christel.force@metmuseum.org

Reference:
CFP: Women Curators and Directors (New York, 26-27 Jun 18). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 10, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16379>.

ANN: Lecture series, Centre for Art Market Studies (Berlin, 11 Oct 17-12 Feb 18)

Lecture series

all lectures are held at
TU Berlin, Raum A 111
Architekturgebäude der TU
Straße des 17. Juni 150/152
10623 Berlin

                              11.10.2017 – 12.02.2018

Speakers of this lecture series will present and discuss their current research on historical and present tensions and dynamics of the art trade and art policy with the institutionalized art world. Continue reading “ANN: Lecture series, Centre for Art Market Studies (Berlin, 11 Oct 17-12 Feb 18)”

ANN: Lectures: Cultural Heritage / Kulturelles Erbe 2.0 (Wuerzburg, 26 Oct 17-01 Feb 18)

“Sammlungen – Provenienz – Kulturelles Erbe 2.0”

Lecture series, Fall 2017/18 

Thursdays, 6:15pm, open to all

Hörsaal 5
Philosophiegebäude Am Hubland
97074 Würzburg
26.10.2017 – 01.02.2018

Lecture series of the Institutes for history, art history and museology of Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg in cooperation with the Museum für Franken (Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte in Würzburg) Continue reading “ANN: Lectures: Cultural Heritage / Kulturelles Erbe 2.0 (Wuerzburg, 26 Oct 17-01 Feb 18)”

CONF: Art and economy in France and Italiy (Lausanne, 19-20 Oct 17)

Art et economie en France et en Italie

Université de Lausanne
Site de Sorge
Bâtiment Amphipole, salle 342
Lausanne, Suisse

October 19 – 20, 2017

Conference languages: English, French, Italian

Continue reading “CONF: Art and economy in France and Italiy (Lausanne, 19-20 Oct 17)”