Legal & Ethical Challenges in Art Collection Stewardship

March 16

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Audience: Alumni,  Current Student0,  Faculty,  Families,  Neighbor or Friend,  Prospective Student,  Staff

Join us for a panel discussion on the ongoing impact of Nazi art plunder in the art world today, from the perspectives of a gallery owner, an attorney and museum staff member and a provenance researcher.


This event is co-sponsored by DU's Center for Art Collection Ethics (ACE), the Holocaust Awareness Institute (HAI) and the Holocaust Museum Houston. 

Meet the Panelists

Renée Albiston, Associate Museum Director of the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art in Denver, and provenance researcher at the Denver Art Museum.

Nicholas O'Donnell, Partner, Sullivan and Worcester, in Boston, who recently appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court representing plaintiffs in Nazi-era art restitution cases.

Gus Kopriva, Owner of Redbud Gallery in Houston and collector with expertise in German Expressionism, French Symbolism and contemporary art.

The discussion will be moderated by Elizabeth Campbell, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Art Collection Ethics at the University of Denver.