We are pleased to announce the full programme for this Saturday’s study forum in London. Topics range from art and insurance and cultural heritage in times of war to painting misattribution, shipwrecks and immunity from seizure. The event will take place at Notre Dame University at 1 Suffolk St (near Trafalgar Square) and registration will begin at 9.30 am.
You can book a spot here.
The topics and speakers are as follows:
Insuring Art in Times of Conflict – Tony Baumgartner, Partner, Clyde & Co LLP
Agreed Value Insurance Policies – Simon Craig, ACME Loss Adjusting & Risk Survey Co
Holocaust Looted Art and the UK’s Spoliation Advisory Panel – Dr Charlotte Woodhead, Senior Lecturer, Warwick University
War and Cultural Heritage in the Middle East – Sir Derek Plumbly, former British Ambassador to Egypt and Saudi Arabia
Art Recovery – Dick Ellis, former Head of the Metropolitan Police Art & Antiques Unit
Underwater Cultural Heritage and Recent Finds – Paul Stevenson, barrister, Church of England
Art attribution, negligence and implied contractual terms – Emily Gould, Senior Researcher, Institute of Art & Law
Immunity from seizure: recent developments – Alexander Herman, Institute of Art & Law