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Provenance, why does it matter? Provenance, Dispossession and Translocation Research, Summer School, Zadar, Croatia, 27-31 August 2018

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Please note that attendance of the summer school is restricted to the participants. Only the two events on Monday, August 27, 8 pm, and Thursday, August 30, 8 pm, are open to the public. Thank you for your understanding.

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Arrival of participants

Accomomdation: The Residence Hall (Studentski dom), New Campus Address: Ulica dr. Franje Tuđmana 24 d, 23000 Zadar

Monday, August 27, 2018

University of Zadar, Building of the Rectorate, Hall of Postgraduate Studies, second floor
Address: Mihovila Pavlinovića 1, 23 000 Zadar

9.00–9.30     Welcome

                     Ljerka Dulibić, Croatian Principal Investigator, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters – Croatian
                     Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia

                      Antonija Mlikota, Croatian Team Member and Local Host, Department of Art History,
                      University of Zadar, Croatia

                     Joanna Sofaer, HERA Knowledge Exchange Fellow, University of Southampton, United
                     Kingdom

                     Nedjeljka Balić Nižić, Vice Rector for Studies and Student Affairs, University of Zadar

9.30–10.00     Introduction
                      “Provenance – Why Does it Matter? Provenance, Dispossession and Translocation Research”
                      Christian Fuhrmeister
, Project Leader/ Principal Investigator, Zentralinstitut für
                      Kunstgeschichte, Munich, Germany

10.00–10.30   “Provenance Research and Digital Humanities (I): A Succinct Overview”
                       Ruth von dem Bussche-Hünnefeld, Consultant, Düsseldorf, Germany

10.30–10.45   Discussion with Christian Fuhrmeister and Ruth von dem Bussche-Hünnefeld

10.4511.00   Coffee break

11.00–12.00   “Provenance Research and Digital Humanities (II): Useful Tools”
                       Ruth von dem Bussche-Hünnefeld, Consultant, Düsseldorf, Germany

12.00–12.30   Discussion with Ruth von dem Bussche-Hünnefeld, Consultant, Düsseldorf, Germany

12.30–13.30   Lunch break

13.30–14.30   Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

13.30–14.00   “Digital Archives: Hyperconnection for Heritage”                     
                       Dorina Xheraj-Subashi
, Business Faculty (Tourism Department) Aleksandër Moisiu
                       University, Durrës, Kampus, Albania

14.00–14.30   “Bringing together the Auersperg collection in an online database”
                       Luka Ručigaj, PhD candidate, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Vienna, Austria

14.3017.40   Afternoon break

17.40–19.40   Guided city tour; visit of the UNESCO International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in
                       Zadar, Meeting point: Trg pet bunara, 23 000 Zadar

20.00 (public) Visit to the Exhibition of Counterfeit Art Works ”The Beauty of False Glamour” from Police
                      Museum in Zagreb

                      Opening of poster exhibition, followed by public screening of Liza Weber’s movie “d1: The
                      Case of ‘Die Schwangere’”, Atrium of Rector’s Palace in Zadar

                      Address: Rector’s Palace, Poljana Šime Budinića, 23000 Zadar

 

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

University of Zadar, Building of the Rectorate, Hall of Postgraduate Studies, second floor
Address: Mihovila Pavlinovića 1, 23 000 Zadar

8.00–9.00     Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

8.00–8.30     “From Damascus to Constantinople: The ‘Formation Wiegand’ and the Translocation of
                     Cultural Assets in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War”
                     Sebastian Willert, PhD student, Technische Universität, Berlin, Germany

8.30–9.00     “Baroque Paintings Belonging to the Lantana Family”
                     Danijela Pavlinović, MA student, Department of Art History, University of Zadar, Croatia

9.009.15      Coffee break

9.15–10.45    Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

9.15–9.45     “‘The Sacrifice of Iphigenia’: New Discoveries on an Old Painting”
                     Ante Orlović, National Museum Zadar, Croatia

9.45– 10.15   “The Safekeeping of Art Collections in Portugal During the Second World War: The ‘Zemlja’
                      Art Collective from Zagreb”         
                      Inês Fialho Brandão, PhD student in History, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

10.15–10.45   “Newspaper Perspectives on Provenance Research”
                       Patricia Kiš, journalist and art critic for the leading Croatian daily newspaper Jutarnji list,
                       Zagreb, Croatia

10.4511.00   Coffee break

11.00–13.00   TransCultAA – Topic I

11.00-12.30    “Provenance Research on Jewish-owned collections in the Italian Context: archival
                       investigations and new perspectives“
                       Daria Brasca, Italian Team Member Post Doc Fellow, IMT School for Advanced Studies,
                       Lucca, Italy

12.30–13.00   Comments on Daria Brasca's paper by TransCultAA researchers, followed by discussion

13.0014.00   Lunch break

 14.00–15.30   Guest speaker Robert Holzbauer
                       
“1998: The Case of Egon Schiele’s Portrait of ‘Wally’ and the Beginning of Art Restitution in
                        Austria”
                        Robert Holzbauer, Provenance Researcher, Art Expert, Leopold Museum Privatstiftung,
                        Vienna, Austria

15.30–16.00   Discussion

16.00              End of the summer school for this day; free time to explore Zadar on your own

 

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

University of Zadar, Building of the Rectorate, Hall of Postgraduate Studies, second floor
Address: Mihovila Pavlinovića 1, 23 000 Zadar

 

8.30–9.30     Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

8.30–9.00     “From ‘Degenerate’ to Documenta: The Dispossession and Repossession of an Austrian Artist
                      in Germany’s Public Domain (1937–1955)”
                     Liza Weber, Postgraduate Researcher, Centre for German-Jewish Studies, University of
                     Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom

9.00–9.30     “Contextualising Erika Hanfstaengl (1912–2003)”
                     Maria Tischner, PhD student, German Team Member, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte,
                     Munich, Germany

9.30–9.45      Coffee break

9.45–10.45     Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

9.45–10.15     “The Ptuj Regional Museum During and After the Second World War”
                       Doroteja Kotnik, MA student, University of Maribor – Faculty of Philosophy, Maribor,
                       Slovenia

10.15–10.45   “How to Exhibit Absence? The Old Masters’ Drawings Collection and the History of the
                       Lubomirski Museum”
                       Emilia Kłoda, Museum of the Lubomirski Princes: Ossoliński National Institute, Wroclaw,
                       Poland

10.4511.00   Coffee break

11.00–12.00   Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

11.00–11.30   “Alexander Benois and His Collection: The Case of Two Family Works by Francesco Guardi” 
                       Marina Kryshtaleva Konstantinovna, Curator of Benois Museum family archive at State
                       Museum Reserve Peterhof, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

11.30–12.00   “Art Objects in Occupied Maribor 1941–1945”
                       Anja Iskra, PhD student, Slovenian Team Member, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC
                       SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenia

12.0013.00   Lunch break

13.00–14.00   Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

13.00–13.30   „Stolen Heritage - A part of Collection of Odescalchi Family in Ilok“
                       Andrea Rimpf, Head of Archaeological Department, Ilok Town Museum, Ilok, Croatia

13.30–14.00   “Auction Catalogues as Source for Provenance Research: Artworks from Mimara’s Donation
                       to the Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters in Zagreb”
                       Ivan Ferenčak, PhD student, Croatian Team Member, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters –
                       Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia

14.00–16.00   TransCultAA – Topic II

14.00–15.30    “Everlasting Occupations”                       
                       Michael Wedekind
, Senior Researcher, German Team Member, Zentralinstitut für
                       Kunstgeschichte, Munich, Germany

15.30–16.00   Comments on Michael Wedekind's paper by TransCultAA team members, followed by
                       general discussion

16.00              End of the summer school for this day; free time to explore Zadar on your own

 

Thursday, August 30, 2018

University of Zadar, Building of the Rectorate, Hall of Postgraduate Studies, second floor
Address: Mihovila Pavlinovića 1, 23 000 Zadar

8.00–9.00     Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

8.00–8.30     “Herkomst: verzameling K.K. Oberstleutnant Artievicz, Agram – A Question of Dialogic
                     Memory”
                     Lea Grüter, provenance researcher, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and MA student,
                     Museology, Reinwardt Academy Amsterdam, the Netherlands

8.30–9.00     “Mapping Transborder Legacies of Aristocratic Collections: The Case of the Andrássy
                     Family”          
                     Zsuzsa Sidó, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Central European University,
                     Budapest, Hungary

9.00–9.15      Coffee break

9.15–11.15     Presentations by – and discussion with – participants

9.15–9.45       “Heuristic Models of Cultural Heritage Transfer: A Case Study on Žiča Monastery’s
                       Golden Cross of King Alexander I of Serbia”
                       Rade Mrlješ, Cultural Heritage Preservation Institute of Belgrade, Serbia

9.45–10.15     “Forced Seizure or Rightful Restitution? Italian Claims for Works of Art in Vienna After the
                       First World War”
                       Francesca Coccolo, PhD Student - Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage, IMT
                       School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy

10.15–10.45   “Provenance Research and Restitution Politics in Poland: History and Current Issues”        
                       Magdalena Białonowska, Historical Research Department, The Royal Castle in Warsaw –
                       Museum, Warsaw, Poland

10.45–11.00   “Spoliation Research at the British Library: The Henry Davis Collection and Restitution in the
                       21st Century”
                       Antonia Bartoli, Spoliation Curator, Printed Heritage, British Library, London, United
                       Kingdom

11.0011.15   Coffee break

11.15–13.15   TransCultAA – Topic III

11.15–12.45   “Interwar Sales and Transfer of Cultural Assets”
                       Renata Komić Marn, Slovenian Team Member, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC
                      SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenia

12.45–13.15   Comments on Renata Komić Marn's paper by TransCultAA researchers, followed by
                       discussion

12.1513.15   Lunch break

13.15–14.45   Guest speaker Nikola Doll
                       “Exhibiting Provenance: Presenting the Gurlitt art trove in Germany and Switzerland – A
                       Dilemma on/of National Representation and Reconnaissance”
                       Nikola Doll, Kunstmuseum Bern / Museum of Fine Arts, Berne, Switzerland

14.45–15.15   Discussion

15.1520.00   Afternoon Break

20.00 (public) Public presentation of TransCultAA project in Sant Donatus church
                      “The Transfer of Cultural Objects in the Alpe Adria Region in the 20th Century:
                      The State of Affairs of a European Research Project (2017–2019) and the Benefits
                      and Problems of Transnational Research in the Humanities”

                     Address: Sant Donatus church, Roman Forum, 23 000 Zadar

Presenters:

                    Christian Fuhrmeister, Project Leader / Principal Investigator, Zentralinstitut für
                    Kunstgeschichte, Munich, Germany

                    Ljerka Dulibić, Croatian Principal Investigator, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters –
                   Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia

                    Donata Levi, Italian Principal Investigator, Department of Humanities and Cultural
                    Heritage, University of Udine, Italy

                   Barbara Murovec, Slovenian Principal Investigator, France Stele Institute of Art History
                   ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Friday, August 31, 2018

University of Zadar, Building of the Rectorate, Hall of Postgraduate Studies, second floor
Address: Mihovila Pavlinovića 1, 23 000 Zadar

8.30–10.30     Guest speaker Marc Masurovsky

8.30–10.00     “Looking back to the ‘Cultural Plunder by the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg’- online
                       database, and looking forward to the Jewish Digital Cultural Recovery Project (JDCRP)”
                       Marc Masurovsky, Jewish Digital Cultural Recovery Project, Washington, DC, USA

10.00–10.30   Discussion

10.3011.00   Coffee break

11.00–13.00   TransCultAA – Topic IV

11.00–12.30   "Redistribution of cultural objects in Yugoslavia after 1945“
                       Iva Pasini Tržec, Croatian Team Memeber, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters –
                       Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia

12.30–13.00   Comments on Iva Pasini Tržec's paper by TransCultAA researchers, followed by Discussion

13.0013.20   Coffee and snack

13.20–14.30   Final remarks and final discussion

14.30             Certification Ceremony / End of Summer School


For a pdf of the programme, click here.

For the TransCultAA website, see https://www.transcultaa.eu/2018/08/01/programme-international-summer-school-zadar-august-2018/

 

Text of TransCultAA invitation for applications

TransCultAA
is organizing a summer school at the University of Zada in Croatia and is asking for applications.

We are looking for 12-15 participants who

We are thus inviting students, curators, custodians, museum professionals as well as scholars, art dealers, cultural heritage specialists, administrators, private collectors, lawyers, police officers, journalists and other investigators to apply for participation. The summer school provides a unique opportunity to learn, discuss and connect.

The summer school with its strong focus on the Alpe Adria region (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria) is particularly looking forward to applications from Southeast and East-Central Europe, including Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey etc. However, applications from other countries will also be considered.

​The deadline for applications is March 16, 2018 (noon)​.

For more information, please visit https://www.transcultaa.eu/2018/01/31/call-fo ...

For full details, see the pdf here

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