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Reframing Jordaens: Origin – Transformation – Conservation

Exhibition: 6 May - 7 May 2013

The Paintings Specialty Group of the German Association of Conservators (VDR) in collaboration with the Museumslandschaft Hessen-Kassel is organizing an international conference May 6th and May 7th 2013 in Kassel, Germany presenting:
Jacob Jordaens: Origin – Transformation – Conservation

A two day conference is organized to accompany the major exhibition, Jordaens and the Aniquity. The conference aims to highlight the oeuvre of Jacob Jordaens and major contemporary painting workshops of 17th century Flanders in a collaboration with art historians and conservators. An additional exhibition will focus on the recognition Jordaens receives in contemporary German art (Grützke, Giebe, Mordmüller). We will therefore include a panel discussion which will investigate the working methods of these three artists.

Please refer to the flyer with more information and pricing and the conference program.

Registration and fees

The registration fees include the meals for both days (coffee breaks, a small lunch with soup and snacks). The price for the evening event will include a small performance, music, a rich buffet and beverages.
Use the early rates until April 8th 2013 and register in time!
Registration is only possible through the VDR website.

The online registration form can be found at:
The registration form and further information regarding this event is available on the front page. Please fill out the forms (only available in German). An e-mail confirmation will be sent upon receipt of the application form. Please be aware that the registration is only completed with the payment of the conference fees onto the account of the VDR. You will find the banking information in the automatic confirmation email. A confirmation of your payment will be sent to you in the form of a PDF-File. Please store this document for your records.

Registrations will be accepted until April 24th 2013
The number of participants is limited to 200!

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