The 5th International Conference on Nazi Looted Art
October 8-9, 2013
Podebrady, Czech Republic
"The West" Versus "The East" Or United Europe?
I have been kindly invited by the Czech government to speak on an panel regarding legal obstacles to the recovery of Nazi-looted art in the United States. I spoke on an expert panel in 2009 at the Prague Conference on Holocaust-era assets, I have been invited back for the Fifth Anniversary of the Prague Conference. The conference features experts from around the work from museums, archives, not-for-profits and governments who are struggling with issues related to provenance research, archives, and the problem of recovering artworks looted during the reign of Nazi terror. The conference promises to explore different conceptions of provenance research, documentation and identification of looted cultural assets and the possibilities of the international cooperation in Europe and in the world. I hope to see you there!
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