SAVE THE DATE
November 13th – 16th, 2016


Sessions include:
Provenance Studies and Methodology
Methodology: From Theory to Practice
The Impact of Provenance on Museums and WWII Restitution
Provenance, Restitution, and the Law
Provenance and Archaeology
Authorship and Authenticity
Provenance and Connoisseurship
Provenance, Perception, and Reception of Art
The Economics of Provenance
Workshops in the Israel Museum’s Collections


Keynote Speakers:
Edmund de Waal
Author of - The Hare with Amber Eyes
Prof. Dror Wahrman Dean of Humanities,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The Edmund de Waal Lecture is sold out. Starting on November 1st, full conference registration includes entrance to the closed circuit screening in the VIP Lounge.

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