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The Afterlife of Sculptures | Introduction

May 1, 2018

 

Organized by: Dr. Sharon Hecker and Katy Rogers

Hosted by The Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association.

 

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.

 

Welcome, Katy Rogers (President, Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association)

Introduction, Sharon Hecker (Independent)

2018 Afterlife Introduction

May 1, 2018

 

Organized by: Dr. Sharon Hecker and Katy Rogers

Hosted by The Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association.

 

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.

 

Welcome, Katy Rogers (President, Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association)

Introduction, Sharon Hecker (Independent)