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Lupe [1]

Since autumn 2017 you can find current film material on our YouTube channel [2]. These will include short portraits and research projects, alongside interviews, conference reports and lectures.

The Global Power of Private Museums: Arts and Publics – States and Markets (Berlin, 16-18/11/17)

The panel discussion of the symposium “The Global Power of Private Museums: Arts and Publics – States and Markets” [3] is available online now. 

Part I: Introduction/Panel Discussion [4] 
Part II: Public Talk [5] 

 

 

Workshop: Provenienzforschung zu ostasiatischer Kunst. Herausforderungen und Desiderata (13./14. October 2017)

Audio Recordings of Workshop Proceedings (German):

Welcome: Prolog [6]

Panel 1: Hauptfelder der Provenienzforschung [7]

Panel 2: Akteure und Netzwerke des Handels mit Ostasiatika [8]

Panel 3:Herausforderungen und Desiderata der Provenienzforschung zu Ostasiatika [9]

Summary of Day 1 and Panel 4: Methodik und Quellenlage [10]

Final Discussion [11]

Susanne Meyer-Abich: "Was kostet die Kunst?"

Click here to listen [12] (in German)

RBB Kulturradio, 16.02.2017

Radio interview with Susanne Meyer-Abich on the first issue of the "Journal for Art Market Studies" 

International Conference: "All the Beauty of the World. The Western Market for non-European Artifacts (18th–20th Century)"

All of the conference lectures were videotaped and will be available through the Gerda Henkel Stiftung. A new video will be uploaded every other Friday, starting 11.11.2016

Click here to watch the videos [13]

The final panel discussion was broadcast on Sunday, 27.11.2016 in the series "Das Forum" at Inforadio (93,1 MHz) and is now online.

Click here to hear the discussion [14]

Bénédicte Savoy spoke with Nina Brink on 12.10.2016 about “Non-European Works in Western Museums. How the Market Changed Art.” The interview was broadcast on Deutschlandradio Kultur.

Click here to hear the interview [15]

Andrea Meyer: "Der Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie im Nationalsozialismus"

Click here to watch the lecture [16] (in German)

From the lecture series for the exhibition "The Black Years: Histories of a Collection"; July 14th 2016, Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof

Emanuele Sbardella: "Das sog. Führermuseum als dystopische Ausführung des musée imaginaire. Architektur im Nationalsozialismus und die Rolle der Photographie im Rahmen des NS-Kunstaneignungsprozesses"

Click here to watch the lecture [17] (in German)

3. Swiss Congress for Art History; Basel, June 24th, 2016.

Emanuele Sbardella is a doctoral student [18] under Prof. Bénédicte Savoy and a Studienstiftung des deutschen Volks fellow

Emanuele Sbardella: "Das Geldmuseum der Reichsbank und der Zuwachs dessen Sammlung, Berlin 1931-45"

Click here to listen to the lecture [19] (in German)

7. Austrian Numismatikertag; Vienna, May 19th, 2016. 

Emanuele Sbardella is a doctoral student [20] under Prof. Bénédicte Savoy and a Studienstiftung des deutschen Volks fellow

Bénédicte Savoy: Interview with Susanne Führer

Click here to listen to the interview [21] (in German)

Deutschlandradio Kultur, February 2nd, 2016

Bärbel Küster: "Kunst der Vorzeit. Felsbilder aus der Sammlung Frobenius"

Click here to listen [22] (in German)

Radio round table discussion on the exhibit "Art of prehistoric times. Rock Paintings from the Frobenius Collection" at the Martin-Gropius-Bau, broadcast on SWR 2 on January 21st, 2016

Eleonora Vratskidou: "Μια ιδέα κάπως λειψή". Tonis Spiteris' Critique of the Theophilos Exhibit in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs 1961

Click here to watch the lecture [23] (in Greek)

"Μια ιδέα κάπως λειψή": η κριτική του Τώνη Σπητέρη για την έκθεση Θεόφιλου στο Παρίσι το 1961

5th Congress of the Association of Greek Art Historians; Athens, January 16th, 2016 

Dr. Eleonora Vratskidou [24] is a Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung research fellow 

Dorothee Wimmer: "Internationaler Kunsthandel im Visier der Forschung"

Click here to listen (German) (WAV, 9,9 MB) [25]

Radio interview, kulturradio rbb
Berlin, 16. November 2015

Dorothee Wimmer [26] is the director of the Centre for Art Market Studies [27]

France Gall: "Ein bisschen Goethe, ein bisschen Bonaparte"

Click here to watch the video [28]

France Gall sings at the German Folk Contest, 1969

Science Slam at Art History Day in Mainz 2015

Click here to watch the video [29] (in German)

"On the Value of Art" during the 33rd annual Art History Day in March 2015, including students from the institute

Lukas Fuchsgruber: "Wie entstand der moderne Kunstmarkt?"

Click here to listen [30] (in German)

Radio interview during Art Basel, for the program "How did the modern art market come to be?" broadcast on SRF 2 on June 12th, 2015

Lukas Fuchsgruber ist a doctoral student under Prof. Bénédicte Savoy.

Emanuele Sbardella: "Die Hortungsfunktion der Numismatik. Die Devisenbewirtschaftung und der (il)legale Handel mit Goldmünzen im Nationalsozialismus"

Click here to watch the video [31] (in German)

Center for Cultural Heritage Summer School; Heidelberg, October 6th, 2015.  

Emanuele Sbardella is a doctoral student [32] under Prof. Bénédicte Savoy and a Studienstiftung des deutschen Volks fellow

Serge Guilbaut: "Museum ad Nauseam?"

Click here to listen [33] (in German)

DeutschlandRadio Kultur radio piece on the Schöne-Vortrag lecture series; Serge Guilbaut, November 2nd, 2015

Maria Obenaus: "Der Wert der Kunst für die Nation"

Watch the video [34] (in German)

Science Slam at the 33rd Art History Day; Mainz, März 2015

Maria Obenaus [35]

Robert Skwirblies: "Edward Solly and His Collection in Berlin 1813-1830"

Click here to watch the video [36]

At the Symposium "Money for the Most Exquisite Things: Bankers and Collecting from the Medici to the Rockefellers", The Frick Collection; New York, March 1-2, 2013

Robert Skwirblies [37]

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