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For more information about the Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men exhibition, please visit the Cincinnati Art Museum's website.
04:00 Inspiration for Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men: The Berlin Masterpieces in America
05:15 How issues surrounding post-WWII exhibition of Berlin 202 are addressed
07:50 Prizes of war or protection mission for German patrimony per Truman Administration
11:30 Reasoning for Weisbaden Manifesto
12:00 “Art & Injustice”
15:30 Design process of the exhibition
18:00 Legacy of Weisbaden Collecting Point Director Captain Walter Farmer
18:30 Red background inspired by Army tour’s exhibition catalog
19:30 Oskar Kokoshka painting in 1937 Degenerate Art Exhibition and sent to Lucerne auction
20:30 Botticelli’s Ideal Portrait of a Woman
21:45 Self-Portrait by Moravian painter Martin Quadal
22:15 Madonna and Child from Jacques Goudstikker’s collection
24:20 Reactions of visitors
26:15 Message of the exhibition
28:50 why does it matter who takes care of artwork, where they travel and how they are used?
29:30 archival material in exhibition
31:10 The Berlin Masterpieces catalog
33:00 the fundamental importance of provenance research
35:25 Advice to those interested in a career as a provenance researcher and/or curator
37:20 ‘web of connections’ in art history
37:45 Book recommendation: Rape of Europa
39:15 Worcester Museum’s current exhibition as a case study on Nazi looted art
40:00 Symposium will include keynote speaker Dr. Richard Kurin, Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture and Ambassador at large for the Smithsonian Institution
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