The ICC at the CIHA Congress in Nuremberg

2012-07-15 - 2012-07-20
July 15–20, 2012
The ICC at the CIHA Congress in Nuremberg

Between the 15th and the 20th of July 2012, Nuremberg hosted the 33rd Congress of the International Committee of Art History, CIHA (Comité international d'histoire de l'art), a prestigious event bringing together approximately a thousand art historians from all over the world. The CIHA Congress is held once every four years. This year, it was hosted by Germanisches Nationalmuseum.
Professor Jacek Purchla, director of the ICC, who has been the vice-president of CIHA for eight  years, presided over a session devoted to the restitution of works of art, while Katarzyna Jagodzińska from the Research Institute for European Heritage (ICC), holder of a grant from The Getty Foundation, delivered a presentation on Polish museums located in historical trouble spots in the framework of the "Charged Sites" session.
The previous congress was held at the University of Melbourne and the next one is scheduled to take place four years from now in Beijing.
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