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The press department will be happy to answer any questions you may have! Here you will also find current press releases and press photographs for download for the purpose of reporting on the Foundation.

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German Lost Art Foundation
Lena Grundhuber
Spokeswoman

Humboldtstr. 12
39112 Magdeburg
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 391 727 763 35
E-mail: pressoffice@germanlostartfoundation.org

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Nazi-looted cultural property
Dig­i­tized busi­ness doc­u­ments from the es­tate of art deal­er Cor­nelius Gurlitt can now be viewed in the read­ing rooms of the Fed­er­al Archive and used for prove­nance re­search. Pre­lim­i­nary work for the Gurlitt Prove­nance Re­search project forms the ba­sis for re­search in­to the art deal­er’s busi­ness doc­u­ments.
Nazi-looted cultural property
Wartime losses
Soviet zone / GDR
The art his­to­ri­an Prof. Dr. Gilbert Lupfer will take up his po­si­tion as the new hon­orary ex­ec­u­tive board of the Ger­man Lost Art Foun­da­tion on 1 April 2017.
Nazi-looted cultural property
Conference of the German Lost Art Foundation: "The search for Nazi-confiscated property – Provenance research in Saxony-Anhalt"
Nazi-looted cultural property
An arche­o­log­i­cal mu­se­um in Frank­furt am Main and a ship­ping mu­se­um in Bre­mer­haven will ex­am­ine their own hold­ings for Nazi-con­fis­cat­ed prop­er­ty for the first time.
Soviet zone / GDR
The con­fer­ence of the German Lost Art Foundation on Novem­ber 21, 2016 gave an overview of the cur­rent state of re­search in­to the con­fis­ca­tion of cul­tur­al as­sets in the So­vi­et Oc­cu­pa­tion Zone and the GDR.
Nazi-looted cultural property
Monika Grütters: "one of Ger­many’s most dis­tin­guished cul­tur­al politi­cians"
Nazi-looted cultural property
The for­mer pres­i­dent of the Fed­er­al Con­sti­tu­tion­al Court Jut­ta Lim­bach has passed away. State Min­is­ter of Cul­tur­al Af­fairs Grüt­ters hon­oured the le­gal schol­ar, politi­cian and wom­an of cul­ture.
Nazi-looted cultural property
The Ger­man Lost Art Foun­da­tion has decided to fi­nance re­search pro­pos­als, sub­mit­ted by mu­se­ums, li­braries, re­search in­sti­tutes and archives.
Nazi-looted cultural property
The doc­u­ments in ques­tion com­prise some 600 his­toric pho­tos dat­ing be­tween 1936 and 1941, found in pho­to al­bums at the Ham­burg art gallery pre­vi­ous­ly owned by the art deal­er Hilde­brand Gurlitt (1936-1941), Cor­nelius Gurlitt’s fa­ther, along with an­oth­er 1,800 pho­tos of art­works.
Nazi-looted cultural property
Prof. Moni­ka Grüt­ters, Fed­er­al Gov­ern­ment Com­mis­sion­er for Cul­ture and Me­dia, has ap­point­ed Prof. Dr Hans-Jür­gen Pa­pi­er, con­sti­tu­tion­al law ex­pert and for­mer pres­i­dent of the Fed­er­al Con­sti­tu­tion­al Court, as a mem­ber of the Ad­vi­so­ry Com­mis­sion, which was formed in 2003.