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Art Markets and Provenance

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Direction:

Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy 

Supervision:

Dr. Christine Howald
Room: A 074
EMail: c.howald [at] tu-berlin.de
Tel. +49 30 314 25012

About the Project

The market forces and mechanisms which have surrounded art production, trade, and reception throughout history are in the focus of this research area.

Research Projects

Centre for Art Market Studies

The Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies examines market conditions and mechanisms of art production, trade and reception from its beginnings to the present day, particularly since the beginning of the modern age. It links the activities of various institutions and scholars in the thematic field of the art market. more to: Centre for Art Market Studies

Repertory: The French Art Market During during German Occupation in World War II

This prosopographic study analyses the actors involved in the French art market during the German occupation of France. The project is a collaboration with Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA) in Paris. more to: Repertory: The French Art Market During during German Occupation in World War II

East Asian Art Collections in Europe: Networks - Market Mechanisms - Taste (1842-1939)

This research project focuses on international actors and their transnational networks that determined the trajectory of Western engagement with Far East Asian art following the forced opening of East Asia in 1842. more to: East Asian Art Collections in Europe: Networks - Market Mechanisms - Taste (1842-1939)

The Memoirs of Kurt Reutti (1900-1967).

This project will produce a commented edition of the 500-page memoir of Berlin artist Kurt Reutti (1900-1967). The edition aims to serve as a foundational text in art historical fields, including provenance research. more to: The Memoirs of Kurt Reutti (1900-1967).

Paul Graupe (1881-1953). The Rise, Fall, and Exile of a Berliner Art Dealer in the National Socialist Period

This project researches one of the most important protagonists of the European art market in the pre-war years. The project builds on in-part unpublished and surprising material from Graupe's two active centers: Berlin and Paris. more to: Paul Graupe (1881-1953). The Rise, Fall, and Exile of a Berliner Art Dealer in the National Socialist Period

Dissertations

Dissertations in Progress
Author
Topic
Advisor(s)
Nadine Bauer
Die Rolle der Galerie Almas im Geflecht des NS-Kunsthandels (Arbeitstitel) more
Bénédicte Savoy
Lukas Fuchsgruber
Die Gründung des Auktionshauses Hôtel Drouot 1852 in Paris. Ein neuer Raum für die Auseinandersetzung um die Werte von Kunst more
Bénédicte Savoy
Emanuele Sbardella
Atlas der Numismatischen Landschaft im Nationalsozialismus more
Bénédicte Savoy
Marlen Topp
Die französische Porzellanmanufaktur Sèvres von 1938 bis 1963 – Zwischen politischer Weisung und künstlerischer Autonomie more
Bénédicte Savoy
Completed Dissertations
Author
Topic
Advisor(s)
Anna Ahrens
Der Berliner Kunsthändler Louis Sachse (1798-1877)
Horst Bredekamp, Bénédicte Savoy
Eva Knels
Die «Salons des artistes vivants» im Premier Empire und ihre europäische Rezeption
Bénédicte Savoy, Barthélémy Jobert
Maria Obenaus
Für die Nation gesichert? Das „Verzeichnis der national wertvollen Kunstwerke“: Entstehung, Etablierung und Instrumentalisierung 1919-1945 more
Bénédicte Savoy, 
Uwe Fleckner, Gilbert Lupfer
Lynn Rother
Kunst und Kredit - Die Berliner Museen und ihre Erwerbungen von der Dresdner Bank 1935 more
Bénédicte Savoy
Robert Skwirblies
"Questa roba farebbe figura in Germania!" - Altitalienische Gemälde in Preußen 1797-1830. Studien zu Kunstverständnis, Handelsbeziehungen und Personennetzwerken im nachrevolutionären Europa more
Werner Busch, Bénédicte Savoy

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