Warfare of Art & Law Podcast

Warfare of Art & Law Podcast

Warfare of Art and Law Podcast sparks conversation about the intriguing – and sometimes infuriating – stories that arise in the worlds of art and law with artist and attorney Stephanie Drawdy.

Episodes

November 20, 2022 56 min

The Glassmaker's Son is available here. Please visit Peter Kupfer's website to learn more.

Show Notes:
3:00 Kupfer’s description of The Glassmaker’s Son 

5:00 Kupfer exploration of identity 

6:30 Kupfer’s name change 

7:45 paternal family history in Germany prior to WWII

10:00 1979 first visit to Bavaria

11:00 NY attorney for Kupfer’s father

12:00 1937 passenger list that includes Kupfer’s father

13:00 Kupfer’s grandfather

14:30 Kupf...

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To learn more, visit Art Recognition's website.

SHOW NOTES:

2:00 Lisa Salama’s background in art and art law

3:00 authentication remains main risk of art trading

3:30 Salama’s work overseeing legal aspect of Art Recognition and 

4:00 analysis process

4:15 the deep convolutional neural network mimics human brain

5:30 physical inspection of work is not needed

6:00 algorythm assessment determines authenticity

6:15 heat map shows important ...

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The following are links used to prepare this episode:

https://www.britishmuseum.org/our-work/departments/human-remains
https://www.getty.edu/art/collection/object/103WN2

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To learn more, please visit the website for Museum Art of the Lost Generation.

SHOW NOTES:

2:10 How Dr. Böhme began his collection

2:50 2nd Generation of Modern Artists 

3:00  Corinth,  Beckmann,  Klee,  Kokashka 

4:00 Museum’s goal to find and research Lost Generation artists 

4:50 Museum in historical city centre of Salzburg, 300 square meters 

5:00 Using Brush and Paint Against the Time exhibition

5:20 Exhibition poster image – 1955 sel...

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The following are links used to prepare this episode:

https://verlorene-generation.com/en/kuenstler/berg-else/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Else_Berg

http://www.arthurkampf.de/biographie/arthur-kampf-biographie_en.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mommie_Schwarz

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Cover image: Ben Kinmont and the Antinomian Press at Section Seven Books, Paris, printing Project Series: Lee Lozano.

For more information, please visit the websites for Antinomian Press, Ben Kinmont Bookseller, Ben Kinmont's projects and his gallery page.

SHOW NOTES:

0:00 Artist Ben Kinmont’s thoughts on artist / attorney collaboration

3:30 Kinmont’s initial art practice in NYC 

3:50 Kinmont’s work with antiquarian bookseller focus...

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Cover Image: "The Boardroom Was Taken", oil on aluminum, 28"x22" Copyright Stefania Salles Bruins 2022.


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To leave questions or comments about this or other episodes of the podcast and/or for information about joining the 2ND Saturday discussion on art, culture and justice, please message me at stephanie@warfareofartandlaw.com.

© St...

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Nothing But Art by Regine Sondermann and the following links were used in preparation of this episode:

https://www.lostwomenart.de/en/artist/elfriede-lohse-wachtler/

https://womeningermanexpressionism.com/2018/07/11/elfriede-lohse-wachtler/

https://gseart.com/artist/elfriede-lohse-wachtler/bio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4heWql2celU


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Cover photo of Miki Garcia by Alonso Parra.

Please visit the website for Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration at ASU's Art Museum and at Berkeley Art Museum to learn more.

1:30 ASU Art Museum’s mission as a learning institution that centers art and artists in the service of social good and community well-being

2:40 inspiration for Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration exhibition as a cultural mark in time fo...

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The featured image is titled Peggy Cooper Cafritz (2020), acrylic on canvas, 16"x20", Gina McKlveen. Image: © and TM Gina McKlveen. All rights reserved.

Peggy Cooper Cafritz grew up in Mobile, Alabama under Jim Crow laws during the days of racial segregation in the Southern United States of America. She moved to Washington, DC in 1964 to attend college at The George Washington University, where she was instrumental in creati...

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Please visit Dr. Greenspan's website to learn more.

Show Notes:

00:00 impression of survivor about Greenspan’s representation of their story 

03:00 1970s interview for psychologist 

04:20 depth rather than breadth of his interviews with Holocaust survivors

6:25 collaborative meetings with survivors

7:00 Agi Rubin described good interviews as learning together

9:00 Process of creating courses, books, plays from conversations with survi...

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The following link was used in preparation of this episode:

https://forward.com/culture/168946/turn-of-century-vienna-artists-deserve-second-look/



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For those interested in obtaining a copy of Contested Heritage Removing Art From Land and Historic Buildings by Richard Harwood QC, Catherine Dobson and David Sawtell, please visit the publisher’s website and use code P8W4VZ for a 10% discount.

Show Notes:
00:00 overview of Contested Heritage – Removing Art From Land and Historic Buildings

2:10 Lucien Freud mural of flower; removed from a house that was a listed building

3:14 Rustat Me...

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Show notes:

1:00 evidence at trial from historian David Olusoga regarding Colston's ownership of more slaves than any other Brit in history, one of the earliest, biggest slave traders 

1:30 Colston died circa 1720 

1:45 statue of Colston erected by Victorian dignitaries in Bristol

2:10 half of the schools, streets and whatever in Bristol are named after Colston

2:20 circa 1990s, true history of Colston revealed

3:25 in the wake of th...

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To learn more, please visit the website for Scientific Analysis of Fine Art, LLC.

Show Notes:

0:01 use of scientific methods in London and Berlin to understand and preserve cultural heritage since 19th Century 

2:30 history of cultural heritage science 

4:00 founding Scientific Analysis of Fine Art LLC (SAFA) 

5:40 Yves Tanguy’s Fraud in the Garden

5:50 catalogue raisonné prepared by art historians Charles Stuckey and Stephen Mack

6:10 fa...

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To learn more, please visit David de Jong's website.

Show Notes:

3:30 overview of Nazi Billionaires

5:15 families included in Nazi Billionaires control companies like BMW and Porche whitewashing patriarchs’ legacies

6:15 moral and historical reconstruction – acknowledging what’s transpired in history

9:00 Quandt dynasty and BMW Group

10:00 Flick dynasty and Daimler-Benz

11:10: Von Finck and Allianz and Munich Re 

11:45 Porsche-Piëch - ...

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The featured image is titled red light, acrylic on canvas, 9"x12", Yelena Khajekian. Image: © and TM Yelena Khajekian. All rights reserved.


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Cover photo of Menachem Kaiser by Beowulf Sheehan.

To learn more, please visit the website for Menacham Kaiser and Plunder.

Show Notes:

2:00 genesis of Plunder: A Memoir of family property and Nazi treasure

4:00 the memoir by Abraham Kajser

6:45 Kajser’s experience as a forced laborer during WWII in underground camp structures in Poland that were given the code name Project Riese 

7:30 Polish version and Hebrew version of Kajser’s memoir

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