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The Art of Looting – December 1st on Miami Beach

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The Art of Looting

Reserve your tickets HERE.

Date: Sunday, December 01, 2013

Location (Map):
Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU
301 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

About
What happens to looted art after a regime is ousted? How do the owners go about recovering their losses? What is the role of museums and art collectors in the battle? Discover the often controversial answers to these questions and more at a special panel co-presented with Mastrapa Consultants discussion with world renowned experts in the field. This program complements the museum's Posters from the Hans Sachs Collection exhibit, on display through December 15.

Speakers include:

The program features two events: brunch & meet the speakers, followed by a panel discussion.

  • Brunch & Meet the Speakers (11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.)
    • $40 museum members
    • $50 non-members
    • $25 students (with valid ID)
  • Panel Discussion Only (1 p.m. – 3 p.m.)
    • $18 museum members
    • $25 non-members
    • $10 students (with valid ID)

2 comments to The Art of Looting – December 1st on Miami Beach

  • Rayarena

    Canada that pretends to be our friend [read this as the friend of the tyranny, so therefore, they are our enemy] has made out like a thief in the night. They have acquired everything from valuable manuscripts to works of precious art that the diabolical regime has sold them at rock bottom prices. A lot of Cuban patrimony is now found in Canadian museums and libraries.

  • asombra

    Yes, well, the execrable Pierre Trudeau didn't get to be Prime Minister for nothing.