Looted Art For Sale
 

Exclusive excerpt screening

with Filmmaker John Friedman

"Restitution: Art and Memory"

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

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Symposium to be Re-Scheduled for Fall 2018.  Please watch this site for further information.

About Conference

Symposium to be Re-Scheduled for Fall 2018.  Please watch this site for further information.

We would like to invite everyone to this free interdisciplinary conference, that will provide an international perspective on the last twenty years of art recovery. Our invited speakers include former Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, a primary leader in the creation of U. S. restitution policies, Professor Meike Hoffmann, Nicholas O’Donnell, Victoria Reed, Inge Reist, and Lucian Simmons. The filmmaker, John Friedman, will screen excerpts from his forthcoming documentary on Tuesday evening, March 20th (6:30pm), in Edie & Lew Wasserman Cinematheque, “Restitution: Art and Memory.”

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Nancy Scott, Katy Graddy and Sabine von Meiring

Looted Art for Sale will be sponsored by the Brandeis Center for German and European Studies, the Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance at Brandeis International Business School, the Mandel Center for the Humanities, the Department of Fine Arts and the National Center for Jewish Film.

Looted art in the Louvre

Source: Courtesy of U.S. National Archives, Gustav Klimt - Neue Galerie New York, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons Aleksander Gierymski - CYfrowe, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons