CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

Documents & Videos

The program, list of participants, network document, and congress folder are available for download. Video recordings of the lectures on Monday, the slides of the CODART Slide Show, and abstracts from the Speakers’ Corner on Tuesday are available through the menu.

Congress program
Congress theme
Participants list and network document (PDF file)
Congress folder (PDF-file)


Get an impression of the CODART 24 congress or reminisce about the event by watching the aftermovie.


The Thematic Collection Presentation of the KMSKA
Nico Van Hout, Head of Collections, KMSKA
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Made in Flanders; Exporting Flemish Art: Artists and Artisans (1350-1750)
Joris Van Grieken, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels
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In Spain: Flemish Art is Local
Alejandro Vergara, Senior Curator of Flemish and Northern European Paintings, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid
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Atlantic Crossings: Flemish Paintings in the United States, from 1780 to the Present
Esmée Quodbach, Specialist in Provenance Resarch and the History of Collecting Dutch and Flemish Paintings, Princeton, New Jersey
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Case studies

Flemish Women Artists
Virginia Treanor, Senior Curator, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington
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Flemish Masters in Prussia: The Orange Heritage in Changing Times and Tastes
Katja Kleinert, Curator for Dutch and Flemish Art of the 17th Century, GemÀldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin
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Global Encounters in Antwerp Cabinets
Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj, Curator of Old Masters, Het Noordbrabants Museum, Den Bosch
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“Zo’n mooie wandtapijten”, Nurturing the Global Taste for Flemish Tapestries
Elizabeth Cleland, Curator of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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Te maken ende te leveren: The Transport of Netherlandish Carved Altarpieces
Hannah De Moor, Collaborator Collection Management Old Masters, M Leuven and Research Fellow at Illuminare
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