SCHOLARS' PAPERS: PRESERVATION, COLLECTION, LEGACY
February 13, 2019
Sally Brazil, Chief, Archives and Records Management, Frick Art Library, New York: "Frick Art Reference Library Acquisition Policies"
Sheila Schwartz, Research and Archives Director, The Saul Steinberg Foundation, New York: "Preparing Scholarly Papers for Public Archives
"Fausto Nicolai, Visiting Scholar, Art History, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, New York University: "The Frederick Mason Perkins Archive in Assisi: a New Source for American Collecting of Early Italian Painting and Contemporary Connoisseurship"
Avis Berman, Independent Scholar, New York: "Archival Ingenuity: Placing Scholars' Papers"
Moderated by Susan J. Cooke, Independent Scholar
Maybes - Is There Room for Doubt in a Catalogue Raisonné?
November 29, 2018
Stephanie D'Alessandro, Curator, Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vivian Barnett, Independent scholar
Jim Coddington, Formerly Agnes Gund Chief Conservator at The Museum of Modern Art
David Nash, Co-owner of Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Elizabeth Gorayeb, Executive Director, The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc.
Charles Stuckey, Independent Scholar, and the Head of Research, Yves Tanguy Catalogue Raisonné
Preparing for Tomorrow - But How? The Future of Online Catalogues Raisonnés
November 8, 2018
Introduction by Andrea Theil, Director of The Roy Lichtenstein Catalogue Raisonné Project
Greg Albers, Digital Publications Manager, The J. Paul Getty Trust
Stephen Bury, Andrew W. Mellow Chief Librarian, The Frick Art Reference Library
Moderated by Katy Rogers, Director of The Robert Motherwell Catalogue Raisonné Project
THE AFTERLIFE OF SCULPTURES: POSTHUMOUS CASTS IN SCHOLARSHIP, THE MARKET, AND THE LAW
May 1 and 2, 2018
A two-day conference on issues surrounding posthumous casts of sculptures held at the Dedalus Foundation, New York. Posthumous casts made from an artist’s lifetime models represent a complex issue for art historians, museums, art foundations, auction houses, curators, collectors, conservators, art lawyers and the art market. The question of how to evaluate and write about these casts is also of vital importance for those working on catalogues raisonnés. The intent of this conference is to share different concerns and viewpoints as well as to come up with new ideas about how to exhibit, label and designate posthumous casts within an artist’s oeuvre.
THE ISSUES OF CITATION
NOVEMBER 15, 2016
A panel focused on issues of bibliographic citation. Speakers discussed best practices within our field especially with new online publishing models, with an eye toward how we best serve the end users of our publications.
Lisa Duffy-Zeballos, International Foundation for Art Research
Caitlin Sweeney, Wildenstein Plattner Institute
Lori Salmon, New York Public Library
Katy Rogers, Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association
PROVENANCE: VALUING OBJECT-BASED ART HISTORICAL RESEARCH
MAY 5, 2016
Moderated by Carl Schmitz, Richard Diebenkorn Foundation
Putting Provenance Research in Context
Associate Research Curator, Modern and Contemporary, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The value of provenance research for auction houses
Senior Vice President, Director of Research, Impressionist & Modern Art, Sotheby’s
Tools for Provenance Research: Case Studies from the Archipenko Catalogue Raisonné
Research Curator, The Archipenko Foundation
Provenance research work and the importance of personal connections
Managing Editor, The Isamu Noguchi Catalogue Raisonné
JANUARY 8, 2015
Virginia Rutledge, attorney, art historian, consultant to the College Art Association's Committee on Intellectual Property
Christine J. Vincent, Director, Aspen Institute National Study of Artist-Endowed Foundations
Christy MacLear, Executive Director, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Christine Kuan, Chief Curator, Director of Institutions and Benefit Auctions, Artsy
Robert Panzer, Executive Director, Visual Artists and Galleries Association (VAGA)
ONLINE CR MINI-CONFERENCE
SEPTEMBER 22, 2011
The CRSA mini-conference on "Issues of the Online Catalogue Raisonné" brings together a group of experienced scholars, publishers, and web designers who have been working to make the internet a welcoming site for the catalogue raisonné. In the first of two panels, we will hear from those who facilitate the online publishing effort by designing software and manage websites as well as those who advise on legal issues and serve as editors of online publications.