Vienna, 28 June, 12:15pm – TIAMSA Co-Chair Johannes Nathan discusses a proposal for title insurance for cultural property (hosted by the Austrian Commission for Provenance Research; in German)
In this talk, Johannes Nathan will further discuss a proposal which he briefly presented at the recent ‘Spoliation Conference’ (National Gallery London, 12 September 2017). This talk (in German) forms part of the ‘Mittagsgespräche‘ related to matters concerning provenance research and displaced or looted art (Thursday, 28. June 2018, 12:15, Ahnensaal des Bundesdenkmalamts, Hofburg, Säulenstiege, Vienna I, open to all).
Vienna, 27-29 Sept 2018 – TIAMSA’s Second Annual Conference, “Art for the People?”, will be hosted by the Belvedere Research Center, the Dorotheum and Vienna University’s Department of Art History.
Save the date and stay tuned for our second annual conference to be held in Vienna this autumn. With its extraordinary cultural institutions and a thriving local art market, Vienna will provide a great venue for this event hosted by three distinguished institutions. The conference will begin with a round table discussion organized in cooperation with Vienna Contemporary, Austria’s International Art Fair (27 September). Day two will find us at Belvedere21, the museum’s venue for contemporary art (28 September); it will conclude with a keynote lecture by Payal Arora (University of Rotterdam). The last day (29 September) will be held at the magnificent Palais Dorotheum, the world’s oldest auction house (est. 1707) located in Vienna’s historic centre. The conference will be complemented by exciting special events and by our AGM on 29 September. As always, TIAMSA members will receive a discount on registration. More Information can be found on our separate conference page as it becomes available.