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CODART VIJFTIEN: Market of ideas

Monday, 19 March 2012

The market of ideas has become a successful component of the CODART congress over the last three years. The Market of ideas consists of interactive sessions of 30 minutes between a CODART member and a small group of colleagues. It is an opportunity to discuss with your fellow colleagues a problem or challenge in relation to your collection or museum, invite each other to collaborate on a project, consult about attributions problems, or simply get opinions, views or suggestions about issues that matter to you.

Each market table starts with a short introduction in which the market table leader explains his or her case, which then is discussed and worked out within your group.

Johannes Lingelbach (1622-1674), Roman Market Scene (detail), 1653 Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels

Johannes Lingelbach (1622-1674), Roman Market Scene (detail), 1653
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels


Each congress participant has the opportunity to sign up for two market table sessions. Here you find all the market tables for the CODART VIJFTIEN congress:

1. The Centre for the Study of the Flemish Primitives and its Corpus series. A call for new partnerships
Bart Fransen
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2. Loans, collection-mobility and (non-)insurance
Manfred Sellink and Till-Holger Borchert
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3. A museum: more than the keeper of its own collection?
Marc de Beyer
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4. Defining priorities: cooperation between curator and conservator in the process of research and conservation of works on paper
Piotr Borusowski
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5. Rare constructions of painting panels
Gero Seelig
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6. The history of painting conservation in The Netherlands
Michiel Franken
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7. Reviewing pictures from the past
Lieneke Nijkamp and Bert Watteeuw
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8. A mixed or a national school presentation in the permanent galleries? The Warsaw example
Hanna Benesz
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9. High life and low pastures: framing an exhibition
Elizabeth Wyckoff
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10. Revisiting attributions: research on Dutch and Flemish paintings in the Gösta Serlachius Fine Art Foundation in MÀnttÀ, Finland
Kirsi Eskelinen
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11. Research and presentation of Mimara Museum’s Dutch painting collection: seeking collaboration
Leila Mehulic
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12. The catalogue raisonné as Wiki
Elizabeth Honig and Louisa Wood Ruby
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13. Towards a new kind of art collection website: joining forces in a thematic approach
Pascal Ennaert
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14. Designing 17th-century Flemish tapestries
Ingrid De Meûter and Yao-Fen You
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15. New analysis of paintings by Rembrandt in the GemÀldegalerie Berlin
Katja Kleinert and Claudia Laurenze-Landsberg
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