Registrations are now open for the 4th annual New Zealand Art Crime Symposium a”Provenance Matters” at the City Gallery Wellington on Saturday 22 September 2018.
Click here to register – early bird prices are available until 19 August so get in quickly!
As at 3 August 2018; subject to change
|10.00am||Welcome||Arthur Tompkins, Trustee|
|10.05am||Opening||Her Excellency, The Rt Hon. Dame Patsy Reddy GNZM QSO, Governor-General of New Zealand|
|10.15am||Introduction to first session||Ngarino Ellis, Trustee|
|10.20am||Penelope Jackson||Edward Bullmore’s Icon No.3 and its troubled provenance|
|10.45am||Andrew Moffat||Toppled trooper: The fractured history of a New Zealand Wars statue.|
|11.10am||Q & A|
|11.45am||Introduction to second session||Louisa Gommans, Trustee|
|11.50am||Linda Tyler||Keeping it real: building an exhibition history for some fake Frances Hodgkins.|
|12.15pm||Felicity Strong||The use and abuse of provenance research in art fraud.|
|12.50pm||Q & A|
|2.00pm||Introduction to third session||Penelope Jackson, Trustee|
|2.05pm||Nina Lala||Authenticity, Fraud, and R -v- Gant & Siddique|
|2.30pm||Jonathan Barrett||Can Blockchain Resolve the Problems of Provenance?|
|2.55pm||Q & A|
|3.30pm||Introduction to fourth session||Arthur Tompkins, Trustee|
|3.35pm||Leigh Paterson||Stolen Copies: An exploration of New Zealand graphic design appropriation and censorship.|
|4.00pm||All speakers: Q & A session||Chaired by TBC|
|4.30pm||Closing comments||Arthur Tompkins, Trustee|
4.30pm: Evening drinks and nibbles function through to 6.00pm.
We look forward to seeing you there!