Art Crime Research Opportunities: 8 May 2020


Learning, networking, conference and employment opportunities in cultural property, art crime research, antiquities trafficking research, provenance studies, and related things. Postings are not endorsements.

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1. Provenance Researcher, Job, Emden, Germany

The Kunsthalle, Emden, is looking for a provenance researcher focusing on particular collections to clarify their pre-1945 provenance. This is initially a 1 year position for someone with a Master’s degree and some museum experience. Must have good German and English.

When: Apply by 1 June 2020
Where: Kunsthalle Emden, Germany.
Pay: Unknown

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2. Rose Valland: Monuments Woman, Résistance und Restitution, Conference, Berlin

This conference will focus on Monuments Woman Rose Valland’s work after the 1940 occupation of Paris. The Conference will be in German.

When: 18 September 2020, Register by 21 August 2020
Where: Jadgschloss Schorfheide, Berlin, Germany
Cost: €40

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3. Art & Law COVID-19 Roundtable, Webinar

“Are you an artist who has been impacted professionally or personally by COVID-19? What kinds of legal questions have arisen for you as a result?” Four arts attorneys will be hosting a round table for those in the arts who are affected by the pandemic.

When: 8 May 2020, 12:00 PM EST
Where: Online
Cost: Free (suggested donation of $10)

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4. Tax Evasion or Avoidance and Tax Havens, from the Nineteenth Century to the Present Day, Call for Papers, Lausanne, Switzerland

This conference focuses on the history of tax evasion over a long spand of time and includes consideration of, for example, free ports which touches on art crime related topics. Contributions in English or French

When: Papers by 1 November 2020; Congerence 24–25 June 2021
Where: University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Cost: Transport and accommodation covered.

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