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Holocaust Art Looting and Restitution Symposium, Milan, 23 June 2011

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Organised by Christie’s with the International Association of Lawyers.

 

Chairs of Program: Monica S. Dugot, International Director of Restitution, Christie’s, and Marc Porter, Chairman, Christie’s Americas.    

9:00–9:30

Registration of Participants

PALAZZO TURATI

Via Meravigli 9/B

20123 Milano

 

9:30–9:45

Welcome and Opening

Marc B. Porter, Chairman,

Christie’s Americas

 

9.45-10.15
The Washington Principles/Terezin Declaration: World War II Looting and Restitution in Europe since the Washington Conference (1998)

Charles A. Goldstein, Counsel to Commission for Art Recovery (New York)

 

10:15–10:45

Restitution and the Art Market:The Perspective from 2011

Monica S. Dugot, International

Director of Restitution, Christie’s


10:45–11:00

Coffee break


11:00–11:30

The Netherlands: The Return of The Goudstikker Collection

Lawrence M. Kaye, Co-Chair of the International Art Law Group at Herrick, Feinstein LLP (New York)


11:30–12:00

Hungary: A Case Study

Agnes Peresztegi, Director,

Commission for Art Recovery (Europe)

 

12:00–12:30

U.S. Experience: Portrait of Wally and the Leopold Museum

Howard N. Spiegler, Co-Chair of the International Art Law Group at Herrick, Feinstein LLP (New York) and President of The Art Law Commission, Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA)


12:30–1:00

The Italian Experience

Doctor Ilaria Pavan, Scuola Normale

Superiore (Pisa)


1:00–2:00

Lunch

Italian Law and Restitution

Andrea Pizzi, Studio Legale Pizzi (Bologna), Art Law Commission, Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA)

 

2:30–3:00

Ethics, Innovation and the Architecture of Claims

Professor Norman Palmer, QC (Hon), CBE, FSA Barrister Visiting Professor of Law at King’s College London


3:00–3:30

Legal and Moral Obligations to Return Cultural Objects to the Countries of Origin

Professor Tullio Scovazzi, Professor of International Law, University of Milan-Bococca, Milan, Italy

3:30–4:15

Italy – Problems of Art Restitution after WWII and Today

Konstantin Akinsha (Budapest/Bologna), Art Historian, Author, Contributing Editor of ArtNews


4:15–4:45

Coffee Break


4:45–5:15

The Search for Works of Art Stolen during World War II in Italy: Results and Operational Aspects Captain Andrea Ilari, Comandante del Nucleo Carabinieri Tutela Patrimonio Culturale di Monza

 

5:15-6.00

Roundtable: 2011 Italian Perspective and Conclusion

Claudia von Selle (Berlin/Paris), Vice President of UIA Art Law Commission, Moderator

Konstantin Akinsha

Avv. Michela Cocchi (Bologna), President of UIA Business and Human Rights Commission

Charles A. Goldstein

Doctor Ilaria Pavan


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