Looted Art For Sale


Exclusive excerpt screening with

Filmmaker John Friedman

"Restitution: Art and Memory"
November 5, 2018
Admissions Building, Brandeis University
Moderated by Sharon Rivo, National Jewish Film Center, and Prof. Nancy Scott, The Dept. of Fine Arts


Read about the event on The Brandeis Hoot.

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Materials from Looted Art for Sale are available through the University Archives.

Watch 2018 Symposium Videos

November 6, 2018

This event was a free interdisciplinary symposium that provided an international perspective on the last 20 years of art recovery. Our speakers included former Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, a primary leader in the creation of U.S. restitution policies, Nicholas O’Donnell, Victoria Reed, Inge Reist, Kim Oosterlinck, Nancy Scott, Kathryn Graddy and Sabine von Mering.

Watch 2018 Symposium Videos

Looted Art for Sale was sponsored by the Center for German and European Studies at Brandeis University, the Perlmutter Institute for Global Business Leadership 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