Photo by John Harris. Left to right: David Rowland, Kimberly Olstad, Eric Banks, Sharon Flescher, Juliane Camfield, Lauren Boyd, Melis Tusiray, Ashley Miskoff, Sarah Girner.
NYU Skirball, in collaboration with the American Friends of Bucerius and Deutsches Haus at New York University, presented a panel discussion given by scholars and experts in the field of Art, Law, and History. They shared their perspectives and insights into the world of stolen art in Europe during the two World Wars, and the continuing efforts of lawyers and preservationists to recover and repatriate missing works. This event took place on Friday, March 27, 2015.
Article: Much Unfinished Business: When it comes to Nazi looted art, there are still many works in dispute. (Wall Street Journal) by Ronald S. Lauder, published online April 9, 2015
Article: After Nazi Plunder, A Quest To Bring The ‘Woman In Gold’ Home (NPR)
by Nina Totenberg, published online April 2, 2015
Article: Vienna museum director calls for time limit on Nazi-loot restitution claims (The Art Newspaper)
by Flavia Fordani, published online March 30, 2015
Article: Dutch Royals to Return Painting Looted by Nazis to Former Owners (The Wall Street Journal)
by Mary M. Lane, published online March 31, 2015
Article: Helen Mirren fights to rescue stolen art in ‘Woman in Gold’ (Reuters)
by Patricia Reaney, March 30, 2015
Article: Germany Is Sued In U.S. Court Over Medieval Treasure Acquired by Nazis (The Wall Street Journal)
by Mary M. Lane, published online February 24, 2015
Article: For Son of a Nazi-Era Dealer, a Private Life Amid a Tainted Trove of Art (The New York Times)
by Andrew Higgins and Katrin Bennhold, November 17, 2013