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The focus of our work is on questions of the history of art as the history of culture, on the aesthetic, social, political and institutional constellations that have shaped the production, circulation and consumption of art since the 18th century. Places and forms of artist training, the transnational history of museums, the art market as a system that has grown over time, the various forms of intellectual and material appropriation of cultural property during times of peace and war, art theft and looted art: these are just some of the topics represented by the Chair, which forms part of the Institute of Art Studies and Historical Urban Studies, and offers the taught courses “Culture and Technology” (B.A.) and “Art Studies/Art Technology” as well as “Art & Museum Studies” (both M.A.).

Evening Lecture of the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies, 09/12/2019

Zhang Zeduan (1085-1145), Along the River at Qingming, Nationales Palastmuseum, Taipeh
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Paintings and Prices: the Art Market in Late Ming China

Prof. Dr. Timothy Brook, Vancouver, will give an evening lecture, organised by the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies in cooperation with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ostasiatische Kunst e.V., on the topic: "Paintings and Prices: the Art Market in Late Ming China."

Date: 09/12/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Museen Dahlem, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Lecture Hall, Takustraße 40, 14195 Berlin

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Symposium "Objects on the Art Market: Original oder Fälschung – eine Frage der Expertise?”

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"Objects on the Art Market: Original oder Fälschung – eine Frage der Expertise?”

Date: 15/11/2019, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.; 16/11/2019, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Venue: Technische Universität Berlin, Hybrid Lab in the Villa Bell, Marchstraße 8, 10578 Berlin

The symposium is a cooperation of the Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies at TU Berlin with PD Dr. Waltraud M. Bayer (FWF-project “Private Kunstmuseen und Stiftungen russischer Oligarchen“ (P31388), Vienna).

Downloads:
Flyer Objects on the Art Market
Poster Objects on the Art Market
Booklet Objects on the Art Market

Next Evening Lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies, 15/11/2019

Liubov Popova, Composition with a White Half-Moon, 1920-1921, Gouache on cardboard, 33,5 x 27 cm, Tretiakov Gallery, Moscow. After Dmitri V. Sarabianov/Natalia L. Adaskina: Popova, New York 1990, p. 180.*
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„From Russia with / without Doubt“: Globale Netzwerke – Expertisen – Gerichtsprozesse

PD Dr. Waltraud M. Bayer, Wien, talks about: From Russia with / without Doubt“: Globale Netzwerke – Expertisen – Gerichtsprozesse in the evening lecture of the symposium “Objects on the Art Market: Original oder Fälschung – eine Frage der Expertise?” (15-16/11/2019).  

Date: 15/11/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Technische Universität Berlin, Hybrid Lab in the Villa Bell, Marchstraße 8, 10578 Berlin

*“Composition with a White Half-Moon” was mistakenly printed in an exhibition catalogue (1990), turned incorrectly on its side. A Stuttgart auction house offered a very similar work in 2007 for sale, which used the inverted image and added a second half-moon. The “twin” was not sold.

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Open Call: Activating Museum Data for Research, Scholarship, and Public Engagement

hosted by Translocations at the Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Historische Urbanistik at TU Berlin In collaboration with Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford University

September 30 - October 3, 2019
Application Deadline: 15.09.2019
Info Session: 10.09.2019

The workshop launches a collaboration between scholars interested in exploring data of cultural material to pave the way for new visualization tools and scholarship of cultural collections. This collaboration takes the form of a data sprint, a form of data-centered workshop designed to deliver a better understanding of datasets and conducive to formulate research questions based on their complex exploration.

Proposals not more than one page should provide (a) an introduction to your research interest, (b) a list of possible programming/design skills (including languages and programs) (c) a description of past projects in museum contexts or relevant to the data sprint (d) learning outcomes that are relevant to your research practice.

Proposals should be submitted to Dr. Anne Luther until September 15th using the following email address:

Further information about the Open Call can be accessed here


Next evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies, 01/07/2019

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Bausteine zu einer Geschichte des japanischen Kunstmarkts, ca. 1500 – 1900

Dr. Alexander Hofmann, Berlin, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Bausteine zu einer Geschichte des japanischen Kunstmarkts, ca. 1500 – 1900."

Date: 01/07/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

After the lecture we cordially invite you to an informal reception.

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Online Publication: 1. Issue 2019 of the Journal for Art Market Studies: "Politics"

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The latest issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies deals with the many-faceted influence of politics on the art market, for example through attempts at extreme control of market participants under the Nazi's totalitarian regime, through tax incentives for art donations, and in the context of museum foundations. The Guest Editor is Dr Kathryn Brown from Loughborough university.

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Next evening Lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies, 17.06.2019

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Better than Gold? Art in Storage Spaces of the 21st Century

Dr. Christoph Rausch, Maastricht, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Better than Gold? Art in Storage Spaces of the 21st Century."

Date: 17/06/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

Abendvortrag des Forums Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies, 13. April 2019

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Auktionskataloge – ihre Provenienzen, Annotationen und Funktionen:
Die Bibliothek der Kunsthistorischen Forschungsstätte Paris (1942-44)

Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Oy-Marra, Sabine Scherzinger, M.A. und Julia Schmidt, M.A., Mainz, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Auktionskataloge – ihre Provenienzen, Annotationen und Funktionen: Die Bibliothek der Kunsthistorischen Forschungsstätte Paris (1942-44)."

Date: 13/05/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

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Next evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies, 29 April 2019

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Das Geschäft mit der Kunst in der DDR: Privates Sammeln, verstaatlichter Handel und die Enteignung von Kulturgütern

Dr. Uwe Hartmann, Magdeburg, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Das Geschäft mit der Kunst in der DDR: Privates Sammeln, verstaatlichter Handel und die Enteignung von Kulturgütern."

Date: 29/04/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

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German-French Research Programme 2018-2019

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Art Market and Art Collecting from 1900 to the Present in Germany and France

Paris, France, 11-13 March 2019
Berlin, Germany, 8-10 November 2018

The German-French Research Programme 2018–2019 “Art Market and Art Collecting from 1900 to the Present in Germany and France” is organised by the Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies at TU Berlin and the Centre Georg Simmel at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in collaboration with the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris. The German-French Research Programme 2018–2019 is funded by the UFA/DFH.

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Downloads: 
CFP German-French Research Programme 2018-2019 
Flyer Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945 
Poster Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945
Booklet Germany and France Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945

Reviews: 
Elena Maria Rita Rizzi, Florence, in: H/Soz/Kult, 25/01/19
Vanessa von Kolpinski, Berlin, in: ArtHist.net, 6/02/2019

Next evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies

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„Zwischen Enthusiasmus und Bratkartoffeln" – Die Novembergruppe und der Kunstmarkt 1919-1932

Dr. Janina Nentwig, Berlin, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies on the topic: "‘Zwischen Enthusiasmus und Bratkartoffeln‘ - Die Novembergruppe und der Kunstmarkt 1919-1932."

Date: 11/02/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

After the lecture we cordially invite you to an informal reception.

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Next evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies

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Der verführte Sammler – Der deutsche Kunsthandel in Stadt und Hof um 1600

Dr. Berit Wagner, Frankfurt am Main, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Center for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Der verführte Sammler – Der deutsche Kunsthandel in Stadt und Hof um 1600."

Date: 21/01/2019, 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

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Next Evening Lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies

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Prof. Dr. Julia Voss, Lüneburg, will give an evening lecture at the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Künstlerinnen ohne Markt. Der Fall Hilma af Klint."

Date: 07/01/2019, 6:15 p.m.

Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

Publication: Acquiring Cultures

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Bénédicte Savoy, Charlotte Guichard, Christine Howald (eds.)

Acquiring Cultures.
Histories of World Art on Western Markets


Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2018. 

With contributions by Felicity Bodenstein, Ting Chang, Manuel Charpy, Nélia Dias, Natasha Eaton, Noëmie Etienne, Jonathan Fine, Christine Howald, Philip Jones, Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie, Ying-chen Peng, Léa Saint-Raymond and Élodie Vaudry, and Masako Yamamoto.

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Online Publication: 4. Issue 2019 of the Journal for Art Market Studies: "Artists on the Market"

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This year's third issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies is focused on the subject "Asian Art: Markets, Provenance, History" and traces the circumstances and the paths taken by East Asian objects through the art market towards Western collections, be it the porcelain collection of Augustus the Strong, the looting of the Chinese imperial summer palace, or the current market for contemporary art.

Journal for Art Market Studies

Online Publication: 4. Issue 2019 of the Journal for Art Market Studies: "Artists on the Market"

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This year's third issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies is focused on the subject "Asian Art: Markets, Provenance, History" and traces the circumstances and the paths taken by East Asian objects through the art market towards Western collections, be it the porcelain collection of Augustus the Strong, the looting of the Chinese imperial summer palace, or the current market for contemporary art.

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CFP: Translocations. Historical Enquiries into the Displacement of Cultural Assets (Berlin, 5-7 Dez 19)

CFP: translocations

Deadline for submissions: 20 January 2019

At the beginning of its third year, the project cluster would like to invite participants to an international conference to be held in December 2019 in Berlin. The conference encourages an interdisciplinary exchange about the phenomenon of translocations. The discussion should cover its entire range, be it in terms of space, time or method. The starting point for the analysis of translocations or their representation in writing, images or other media can be diverse object groups, ranging from archaeological, ethnological and artistic artefacts to manuscripts, archival documents or objects from natural history.

Keynote lecture: Modern and Contemporary French and German Artists: Quality – Value – Ranking

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Friday, 9/11/2018, 18.00 h

Marek Claassen, Berlin
Modern and Contemporary French and German Artists: Quality – Value – Ranking 

Keynote lecture of the international Conference Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945 of the Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies.

Venue: TU Berlin, Main Building, Senate Room H 1035/1036, Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin

 

 

International Conference of the German-French Research Programme 2018-2019

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Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945 

Venue: TU Berlin, Senate Room H 1035/1036, Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin
Date: 9–10 November 2018

The conference is part of the Berlin Science Week 2018 as well as the first part of the German-French Research Programme 2018–2019 “Art Market and Art Collecting from 1900 to the Present in Germany and France”, organised by the Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies at TU Berlin and the Centre Georg Simmel at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in collaboration with the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris. The German-French Research Programme 2018–2019 is funded by the UFA/DFH.

Downloads: 
CFP German-French Research Programme 2018-2019 
Flyer Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945 
Poster Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945
Booklet Germany and France Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945

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News

CFP: Art Market and Art Collecting (Berlin/Paris, Nov 18/Mar 19)

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CFP: Art Market and Art Collecting (Berlin/Paris, Nov 18/Mar 19)

Deadline for submissions: 14 September 2018

In 2018/2019, the Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies at Technische Universität Berlin in partnership with the Centre Georg Simmel at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales and the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte in Paris is organising the research programme “Art Market and Art Collecting from 1900 to the Present in Germany and France”. The programme’s thematic emphasis is research into the art market and art collecting in national and transnational networks in Germany and France as well as how they relate to art and cultural policy. The project is funded by the Université franco-allemande/Deutsch-Französische Hochschule.

Download: CFP German-French Research Programme 2018-2019 

 

 

Evening Lecture: Französische und deutsche Avantgarde in Berlin. Otto Feldmanns ‚Neue Galerie‘ 1913/14 - 09/7/18

Otto Feldmann, undated; the only known photo of the art dealer; “Picasso – Negerplastik”. Catalogue for the exhibition of the Neue Galerie, Berlin
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Französische und deutsche Avantgarde in Berlin. Otto Feldmanns ‚Neue Galerie‘ 1913/14

Prof. Dr. Rainer Stamm, Oldenburg, will give an evening lecture at the Center for Art Market Studies on the topic: "Französische und deutsche Avantgarde in Berlin. Otto Feldmanns ‚Neue Galerie‘ 1913/14."

Date: 09/07/2018, 6:15 pm
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

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Evening Lecture: Mapping and 3D Visualization of European markets - 25/6/18

Reconstruction of the interior view of Gersaint’s shop displayed in the virtual reality space of the Sciences et Culturels du Visuel cluster, in Tourcoing
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Mapping and 3D Visualization of European markets: Gersaint, Watteau and the Pont Notre Dame in the early 18th Century

Prof. Dr. Sophie Raux, Lyon, talks about: "Mapping and 3D Visualization of European markets: Gersaint, Watteau and the Pont Notre Dame in the early 18th Century."

Date: 25/06/2018, 6:15 pm
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

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Podium diskussion: State/Public/Private Museums ist online

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Evening Lecture 28/5/18

Photo documentation for no. 324-26: Peter Paul Rubens, Portrait of a Monk (oil on wood, 47.6 x 38.7 cm). The painting was sold by Julius Böhler to John Ringling in 1926 (today: The Ringling, Sarasota/Florida, USA, Inv. No. SN224).
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Evening Lecture: „Museum progressing rapidly”: Der Kunsthändler Julius Böhler (1883-1966), der amerikanische Kunstmarkt und das Ringling Museum of Art in Florida

Dr. Meike Hopp (Munich) and Sophie Kriegenhofer, M.A. (Munich) talk about "'Museum progressing rapidly': Der Kunsthändler Julius Böhler (1883-1966), der amerikanische Kunstmarkt und das Ringling Museum of Art in Florida."

Date: 28/05/2018, 6:15 pm

Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

Provenance: Research and Study at TU Berlin

One of our main research focuses at the Institute for Modern Art History is on provenance research, especially the displacement of cultural assets (Research Cluster translocations), the art market, and object biographies (Art Markets and Provenance). We also believe strongly in the importance of directly connecting researchers and students. To this end, we work closely with the British Museum, the Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, and the Berlinische Galerie to develop a curriculum involving first hand experience.  

In the Winter Semester 2017 / 2018, we offered the following courses:

  • Lecture „Kulturbesitz? Wem gehört die Kunst in unseren Museen?“  (Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy)
  • Seminar „Kunstraub seit der Antike“ (Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy, Dr. Robert Skwirblies)
  • Seminar „Provenienzforschung zu ostasiatischer Kunst“ (Dr. Christine Howald in Zusammenarbeit mit Dr. Alexander Hofmann, Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)

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Each semester, our Center for Art Market Studies also puts on a series of Evening Lectures, which are open to the public.

Each year in the Summer Semester, Dr. Wolfgang Schöddert of the Berlinische Galerie offers a Seminar  on "Aufgaben und Methoden der Provenienzforschung."

President Macron Appoints Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy to Research Team

Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy, together with the Senegalese scientist, author, and musician Prof. Dr. Felwine Sarr have been appointed by French President Emmanuel Macron to research the potential terms under which African works of art currently in French possession could be returned to their countries of origin.

For more Information see TU Press Release (in German). 

Public Discussion in Heimathafen Neukölln (11.03.18) and Public Talk in the at the Berlinische Galerie (17.04.18)

"Haus der Weißen Herren Humboldt Forum, Shared Heritage und der Umgang mit dem Anderen"

Bénédicte Savoy, Dr. Ing. Noa K. Ha, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Lorenz Rollhäuser will discuss "colonial arrogance in the new Humboldt Forum" at Heimhafen Neukölln. Presented by Deutschlandfunk Kultur.

Sunday, 11. March 2018, 19.30

No Charge - Heimathafen Neukölln (In German)

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The State of Art History: DER SPIEGEL live in the Berlinische Galerie.

A public talk with Bénédicte Savoy and SPIEGEL art and culture critic Ulrike Knöfel.

Tuesday, 17. April 2018, 19

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Online Publication: 3. Issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies Release

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The third issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies looks at places of exhibition on the art market: How do exhibition strategies and buying/selling actions influence one another? Articles range on focus from contemporary New York art galleries to art fairs, to galleries from modern art in Paris and Berlin at the beginning of the 20th century.

JAMS Vol. 2, No. 1

translocations Open Session Project Workshops

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The translocations research cluster will host four open project workshops, in which initial findings will be presented and discussed in a group setting.

The talks begin at 18:00 in Room AF 083, TU Berlin.

Space is limited. Please email Merten Lagatz () to register.

Walter Benjamin on Provenance

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Documenta 14 Seminar Partners with Artl@s

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In her seminar on "Why Athens? A Critical Reflection on Documenta 14," Prof. Dr. Eleonora Vratskidou and her students developed a databank documenting the current exhibition.

The seminar group recently partnered with the French online platform Artl@s.

For more, see www.artlas.ens.fr

Lecture "Hochpreisphase. Das Berliner Auktionshaus Hans W. Lange 1940-1943" (12. February 2018)

Weltkunst Nr. 11/12 (16. März 1941), S. 3: Preisberichte
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Dr. Caroline Flick (Berlin) will give an evening lecture at the Center for Art Market Studies on the topic "Hochpreisphase. Das Berliner Auktionshaus Hans W. Lange 1940-1943." The lecture will be held in German. 

Monday, 12.02.2018, 6:15 pm

TU Berlin, Architecture Building, Room A 111, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin.

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Bénédicte Savoy: "Die Zukunft des Kulturbesitzes"

In articles published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Le Monde on 12.01.2018, Bénédicte Savoy presented her opinion on President Emmanuel Macron's demands for restitution of objects of African cultural heritage (in German and French):

"Die Zukunft des Kulturbesitzes", FAZ, 12.01.2018

"Restitutions. « Il faut y aller dans la joie »", Le Monde, 12.01.2018

Lecture: Provenance Research. Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow. The "Daphne" Project at the Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden (22. January 2018)

Bernardo Daddi, Enthauptung der heiligen Reparata (Rückseite), um 1345
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Prof. Dr. Gilbert Lupfer (Dresden/Magdeburg) will give an evening lecture at the Center for Art Market Studies on the topic "Provenance Research. Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow. The "Daphne" Project at the Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden." The lecture will be held in German. 

Monday, 22.01.2018, 18:15

TU Berlin, Architecture Building, Room A 111, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin.

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Student Presentations: "Tracing Museum Collections. Provenance Research on East Asian Art" 13. February 2018

Presentations: Provenance research on objects from the East Asian art collections.
Student findings from the seminar under the direction of Dr. Christine Howald, TU Berlin

On Tuesday, 13. February 2018 at 19:00 in the Vortragssaal Takustr. 40

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ostasiatische Kunst e.V. will host short student presentations from the TU Berlin seminar "Tracing Museum Collections: Provenance Research on East Asian Art“. Selected object biographies of objects from the East Asian Art Collection will be presented.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ostasiatische Kunst e.V.
c/o Museum für Asiatische Kunst
Takustr. 40
14195 Berlin


Cooperation Agreement with the British Museum Signed

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Starting this year, the Chair for Modern Art History's translocations research cluster will begin a collaboration with the British Museum in London. A cooperation agreement was signed by the director of the British Museum, Hartwig Fischer, Bénédicte Savoy, and TU President Christian Thomsen in Berlin.

This collaboration will take the form of concrete projects: A conference is currently being prepared for Fall 2018 in Berlin, a research colloquium for doctoral students and established researchers will take place at regular intervals, project seminars with TU Berlin students have been planned, and collaborations in the field of digital research will be in focus. 

For further information see the TU Press Release

Blog: Translocations. An anthology.

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The new blog from the Institute for Modern Art History is the academic output of the project seminar Quellentexte zum Kunstraub seit der Antike (under Bénédicte Savoy, Robert Skwirblies, and Luca Frepoli), in connection with the research cluster translocations.

Click here for the blog.

Get-together and Screening of the Short Film "Wem gehört Kulturerbe?" (15.01.2018)

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The student film "Wem gehört Kulturerbe?" is one result of the of the Winter Semester 2016/2017 project seminar  „Aneignungen von Kunst - Perspektive der Enteigneten“ under the direction of Prof. Bénédicte Savoy and Merten Lagatz.

Students, interviewees, and any interested parties are invited for a film screening and discussion on

Monday, 15.01.2018, 18:00

Hybrid Lab/ Villa Bell
Marchstraße 8
10587 Berlin

 

 

Keynote Lecture: Modern and Contemporary French and German Artists: Quality – Value – Ranking

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Friday, 9/11/2018, 18.00 h

Marek Claassen, Berlin
Modern and Contemporary French and German Artists: Quality – Value – Ranking 

Keynote lecture of the international Conference Germany and France: Art Market and Art Collecting 1900-1945 of the Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies.

Venue: TU Berlin, Main Building, Senate Room H 1035/1036, Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin

 

 

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