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In our blog, we provide insights into the projects we support, present important new publications and exhibitions on the subject of provenance research, report on conferences and talk about how previously looted cultural properties have found their way back to their rightful owners. Researchers and other interested parties are invited to contact the press office with ideas and suggestions for contributions: presse@kulturgutverluste.de

Mann vor Landschaft in Tanzania
Colonial contexts

Unsettling Encounters

„Provenance research and photography" II: Feeling colonialism in collaborative research on photographs and ethnographic 'objects'
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Colonial contexts
„Provenance research and photography" II: Feeling colonialism in collaborative research on photographs and ethnographic 'objects'
Mann vor Landschaft in Tanzania
Colonial contexts
A workshop on mission collections in Berlin
Tisch beim Workshop Missionssammlungen Berlin
Nazi-looted cultural property
Colonial contexts
As a volunteer in provenance research at Landesmuseum Hannover
Volunteer at Landesmuseum Hannover
Colonial contexts
Why provenance research can often lead to unexpected results.
Rasheed Hassan interviewing Chief Nosa Omorodion of Benin during his fieldwork
Nazi-looted cultural property
Colonial contexts
Wartime losses
Soviet zone / GDR
Provenance research in the context of
German cultural and remembrance policy
book, inventory, records
Colonial contexts
Observations on a workshop looking into traces of the Boxer War in German museums
Workshop "Mitgenommen", Humboldt Forum Berlin
Nazi-looted cultural property
The “Help Desk” has been trying to trace a Bassano painting in Southern Germany.
Bassano