TIAMSA Member News: The Art Provenance Report 2023

The Art Provenance Report follows the inaugural Art Provenance Symposium that took place earlier this year, over 20 delegates offered their expert opinions on issues ranging from repatriation and restitution, new databases and research tools, case studies on a wide range of possible red flags and different approaches to provenance research, the current cultural heritage crisis in Ukraine, and the change in public perception throughout the decades.

The Report contextualizes the main themes, emphasizing the key issues faced by art market professionals, independent researchers and curators. A steppingstone in the solidification of the relationship between the private and institutional culture sector, the reports aim is to broaden the conversation on ‘How much due diligence qualifies as duly diligent’ and ideally agree on a universal provenance standard, but most importantly lay the groundwork for future reports to collect, analyse, and interpret previously unknown data in insightful and useful ways. 

You can download the full report here: https://www.artmarketacademy.com/p/artprovenancereport2023