CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide


CODART TIEN congress, 11-13 March 2007, Paris
Dutch and Flemish art in France

From 11-13 March 2007 CODART will hold its annual congress in Paris. The CODART TIEN congress, devoted to Dutch and Flemish art in French museums, is the organization’s first event of this kind organized outside the Low Countries. It is at our annual meetings that CODART best fulfills its mission, bringing together a large number of colleagues from around the world for participation in a variety of activities. The congress offers a platform for international cooperation and provides a unique opportunity for new curators to be introduced to an international network of museum professionals.


Congress program: complete program, including theme sessions, workshops, members’ meeting, congress dinner and excursions. Version française. Registration, accommodation & financial assistance: download a registration form, find information on accommodation or apply for financial assistance. Version française.
Workshops, excursions and institutions: find out more about the workshops including chairs and speakers, the excursions and our hosts. Find a partner in the members’ meeting: introduce a future project for which you are seeking a partner during the members’ meeting. Version française.


CODART congress bureau
Navany Almazan, congress coordinator

Left image: Circle of Pieter Codde, A conversation between an artist and a connoisseur, c. 1630

Oil on wood, Fondation Custodia, Paris, inv. no. 7335
Right image: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Reclining lion
Musée du Louvre, Paris