Exhibition held to commemorate 80 years since the introduction of the Nuremberg Laws in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The exhibition is held by the Documentation Centre for Property Transfers of the Cultural Assets of WW II Victims, in collaboration with the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, the Area Heritage Administration at Sychrov and the National Gallery in Prague.
On June 18 â€“ 19, 2019 the 7th International Conference on Nazi looted cultural assets organized by the Documentation Centre of Property Transfers of the Cultural assets of WW II Victims will be held in Prague. The title of the conference reflects its goals of commemorating the tenth anniversary of the TerezĂn Declaration and evaluating recent progress in matters concerning cultural assets spoliated during the Second World War.
The Centre publishes a catalogue of applied art at present deposited at the Sychrov castle but originating from the property of the Jewish population of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. (In Czech language.)
Together with the Jewish Community of Prague, the Documentation Centre organized the exhibition Looted Art at the Jerusalem Synagogue in Prague.
6th international conference on the confiscation, thefts and transfers of works of art as a result of Nazi rule over Czechoslovakia and Europe during the Second World War and in the post-war period
The different conceptions of provenance research, documentation and identification of looted cultural assets and the possibilities of the international co-operation in Europe and in the world.
Documentation, identification and restitution of cultural property of the victims of World War II.