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2016

16 June 2016

National Gallery in Prague and Cranach Digital Archive in cooperation on exhibition

Cranach From All Sides

Paintings by Lucas Cranach and His Circle from the Collections of the National Gallery in Prague


Date: 23.06.2016 - 22.01.2017
Place: Sternberg Palace, Prague
Curator: Olga Kotková


The exhibition “Cranach From All Sides” will present the German Renaissance painter and his circle not only via unique works from the collections of the National Gallery in Prague but also via the most interesting results of research realized by a team of experts from the Cranach Digital Archive Düsseldorf. The group of the Prague works linked with the artist’s name is extraordinarily heterogeneous and includes very attractive and popular scenes such as The Old Fool, Christ and the Adulteress and The Original Sin (Adam and Eve). The research has revealed many yet unknown facts about these as well as other works, among them also information about the technological process of the origination of the works and especially their copies. The exhibition in the Sternberg Palace will thus introduce visitors to the most recent discoveries linked with the most precious works held by the National Gallery in Prague and will, at the same time, present the Cranach workshop as a ingeniously organized unit based on precise working methods.

To exhibition website

02 June 2016

TV documentaries in cooperation with the Cranach Digital Archive

On 03 June 2016, 17:30, "arte" broadcasts the documentary

"Geheimakte Geschichte: Die Cranach Connection"

51 min., directed by: Heike Nelsen-Minkenberg, Thomas Müller
Information on the documentary
(First broadcast 21 May 2016, 21:05)


Other documentaries in cooperation with the cda:

"Die Cranachs und die Moderne im Mittelalter"

Deutsche Welle, 2015, 42 min., directed by: Peter Schloegl
See documentary

"Lucas Cranach der Jüngere - Maler, Unternehmer, Politiker"

MDR 2015, 45 min.,

directed by: Gabriele Rose

Information on the documentary

19 May 2016

New website design and 100 additional works

Since January 2016 the Cranach Digital Archive has introduced a new responsive web design, optimizing use for mobile devices.

Now you are able to compare selected images by using drag & drop; a search history helps to optimize the usability of the cda as well.

Furthermore the cda has enhanced its content and now provides high resolution images and extensive information pertaining to 1,500 paintings and 345 archival documents.

With this update the Cranach Digital Archive presents x-ray images from Paolo Cadorin’s archive (Basel), which date back to 1974.

Works from the following institutions have been entered in the cda:

Anhaltische Landesbücherei Dessau
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
Burrell Collection, Pollok Country Park, Glasgow
Cincinnati Art Museum
Diözesanmuseum Freising
Ev. Kirchengemeinde St. Bartholomäi, Zerbst
Ev.-Luth. Kirchengemeinde Niendorf, Hamburg
Ev.-Luth. Nicolai-Kirchgemeinde Zwickau, Dom St. Marien
Fränkische Galerie, Kronach/Bayrisches Nationalmuseum Munich
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Cambridge, Mass.
KODE Kunstmuseene i Bergen, Bergen Kunstmuseum
Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp
Legion of Honour, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Lobkowicz Collections, Prague
LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur Münster
Mainfränkisches Museum, Würzburg
Musée Anne-de-Beaujeu & Maison Mantin, Moulins
Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art, Luxembourg
Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid
Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid
Museu de Arte de São Paulo
Museum Sønderjylland, Sønderborg Slot
Philadelphia Museum of Art
St. Kunigundenkirche Rochlitz
Stiftung August Ohm, Hamburg
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Further additions include numerous works from private collections and lost works .

2015

24 November 2015

The content of the Cranach Digital Archive has been increased to more than 1,400 works

A further 100 works are accessible with c. 900 additional images/files and extensive text information. Furthermore the cda continues to expands the existing entries with additional data.

Paintings from the following institutions and collections have been entered in the cda:
Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt
Keresztény Múzeum, Esztergom
Königliches Schloss Berchtesgaden
Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables
Mauritshuis, The Hague
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC), Barcelona
Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig
Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover
Sammlung Würth
Ev.-Luth. Kirchengemeinde Döbeln
Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Abt. Historische Drucke
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
Stadtmuseum Dresden
Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, Aachen
Syracuse University Art Galleries, New York

Moreover works from private owners and not preserved paintings have been added. In total the Cranach Digital Archive presents extensive information on paintings from 193 institutions and numerous private collections.

17 June 2015

1,300 works by the Cranach family of painters in the cda

The Cranach Digital Archive has added a further 100 paintings, thereby representing 1,300 works in total. As co-operation partner of the exhibition ‘Lucas Cranach the Younger. Discovering a Master’ (Wittenberg, Stiftung Luthergedenkstätten in Sachsen-Anhalt, 26 June - 1 November 2015) these additions essentially encompass works by Lucas Cranach the Younger. Additional documentation and research results have also been added.
Paintings from the following institutions have been entered in the cda:
Erzgebirgsmuseum Annaberg-Buchholz
Ev. Hoffnungsgemeinde Zieko (Kreuzkirche Klieken)
Ev. Kirchengemeinde Coswig
Ev. Kirchengemeinde St. Agnus, Köthen
Ev. Kirchengemeinde St. Bartholomäi, Zerbst
Ev. Kirchengemeinde St. Johannis und St. Marien, Nienburg
Ev. Kirchengemeinde Wörlitz
Ev. Marktkirchengemeinde Halle
Ev.-Luth. Kirchgemeinde Annaberg-Buchholz
Ev.-Luth. St.-Petri-Schlosskirchgemeinde Chemnitz
Galleria Uffizi, Florenz
Kulturstiftung Dessau Wörlitz
Kunstsammlung der Universität Leipzig
Lindenau-Museum Altenburg
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg
The National Trust, Waddesdon Manor
Nivaagaards Malerisamling, Nivå
Stadtmuseum Meißen
University of Arizona, Museum of Art, Tucson
Vereinigte Domstifter zu Merseburg und Naumburg und des Kollegiatstifts Zeitz
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore (Maryland)
as well as further works from private collections.

27 April 2015

Cranach Digital Archive starts a third project phase in June 2015

We are pleased to announce that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will continue to support the Cranach Digital Archive for the next three years (2015-2018). This approval reflects the generous support and the very productive interdisciplinary and international collaboration during the previous phases for which we would like to thank all partners and contributors very much.

The new generous grant from the Mellon Foundation provides us with the opportunity to further develop the cda towards an innovative, comprehensive and sustainable research resource. By December 2018 the cda will be supported as a permanent joint venture by the Museum Kunstpalast, Cologne University of Applied Sciences and the Deutsches Zentrum für Kunstgeschichte – Bildarchiv Foto Marburg (Germany's documentation center for art history). We are looking forward to continuing our collaboration with current partners and hope to welcome many new ones.
Project Status April 2015:
- since 2009 the cda team has established collaboration and exchange with more than 160 institutions in 24 countries
- the cda provides free online-access to art historical, technical and conservation information on 1,200 paintings including:
• more than 11,200 high resolution images
• more than 850 pdf documents
• more than 5,000 text pages (in German and English)
• 981 infrared-reflectograms
• 320 x-radiographs
- the project team examined more than 900 paintings in 81 collections and documented these works with digital photography, digital microscopy and infrared reflectography (not yet all online)
- at the present time the cda provides free online-access to scans and new transcriptions by Monika and Dieter Lücke of 345 pages of archival documents
- the following archives were digitized in the second project phase:
• Dieter Koepplin archive (Basle) [7,500 files – completed, partly online]
• Max J. Friedländer archive (RKD, The Hague) [1,090 files – completed, partly online]
• Peter Klein archive [c. 300 reports – completed, largely online]
- the bibliographical database presently lists 2,850 Cranach related publications

03 March 2015

1,200 works and 345 archival documents are now available online

The Cranach Digital Archive has enhanced its content and now presents high resolution images and extensive information pertaining to 1,200 paintings and 345 archival documents. Since December 2014 a comprehensive bibliographic database has also been available on the site. It currently contains over 2,850 entries and continues to expand. The list of institutions participating in this international project grows longer as the number of works increases.
The following institutions are new:
Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum Mainz
Ev. Kirchengemeinde Mittenwalde
Hallwylska museet, Stockholm
Kanonie premonstrátu v Nové Ríši (Premonstratensian Abbey Nová Ríše)
Mauritshuis, The Hague
Museo Nacional de San Carlos/Insituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, San Carlos
Museum Wiesbaden
Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede
Skoklosters slott, Stockholm
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
The Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan
Thüringer Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Jena
Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck
Vereinigte Domstifter zu Merseburg und Naumburg und des Kollegiatstifts Zeitz
Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut
Zentralarchiv der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin
and numerous private collections.

2014

15 December 2014

A database listing Cranach-related publications is now available online

The Cranach Digital Archive provides a continuously expanding database of Cranach publications - at present more than 2,750 publications are listed. Search and filter functions enable the user to conduct a systematic research.

06 October 2014

Cranach Digital Archive – new functions, new artworks

The Cranach Digital Archive now offers a variety of new tools, making research in the archive more efficient and user friendly. These include:

• a Split screen, which enables the user to view two images simultaneously for comparative study.
• a Search history that lists previously viewed paintings.
• a Personal gallery where each user can save a personalised selection of paintings employing a drag-and-drop function.

Moreover a further 100 paintings and scans of 50 archival documents and their corresponding transcriptions have been entered in the Cranach Digital Archive. Important paintings from collections in the Czech Republic and Hungary that were examined and documented in cooperation with the cda-Team are among the new entries. Currently there are 1,100 paintings and 150 archival documents entered in the cda.

The following collections and institutions are represented by new paintings in cda:
Bischöflicher Stuhl, Eichstätt
Cleveland Museum of Art
Convent of St Agnes, Prague
Dompfarrei St. Jakob, Innsbruck
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota
Kapuzinerkloster Innsbruck
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg
Ludwig Roselius Museum, Bremen
Moravian Gallery, Brno
Musée du Louvre, Paris
Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum and Gallery of the Diocese Litoměřice
National Gallery in Prague
North Bohemian Gallery of Fine Arts, Litoměřice
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh
Prague Castle Painting Gallery Private Collections
Regional Museum Chomutov
Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov, Prague
San Diego Museum of Art
Servitenkonvent St. Josef, Innsbruck
Städel Museum, Frankfurt
Toledo Art Museum, Toledo, Ohio

21 May 2014

Public presentations of the Cranach Digital Archive in 2013/2014

2013 January
• Bonn, University, workshop

2013 May
• Bonn, Conference ‘Museums and the Internet’2013 October
• Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, workshop

2013 November
• Zwickau, Cranach symposium
• Meißen, Domstift, public lecture
• Berlin, EVA 2013. Elektronische Medien & Kunst, Kultur, Historie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

2014 February
• Oslo, University, public lecture

2014 March
• Weimar, Conference ‚'Cranach in Weimar’
• Wittenberg, International Symposium‚ ‚’Cranach der Jüngere und die Reformation der Bilder’

2014 May
• The Hague, International congress ‘Authentication in Art’
• Berlin, Humboldt Universität, public lecture

2014 September
• Dresden, Annual Conference of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) Committee for Documentation (CIDOC) ‘Access and Understanding: Networking in the Digital Era’
• Melbourne, Triennial Conference of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) Conservation Committee (ICOM-CC)

Publications
• The Cranach Digital Archive: Challenges and Perspectives for Collaborative Art Technological and Art Historical Research. In: Großmann, G. U. (Hrsg.) The challenge of the object. Postprints of the 33rd congress of the International Committee of the History of Art (CHIA2012), 15th – 20th July 2012, Nuremberg (2013) 608-612.
• Das Cranach Digital Archive – eine Ressource für interdisziplinäre Forschung. In: Bienert, A., Weckend, F., Hemsley, J., (Hrsg.) Konferenzband: EVA2013 Berlin.
Elektronische Medien & Kunst, Kultur, Historie. 6.-8. November 2013, Berlin (2013) 43-48.

17 March 2014

The content of the Cranach Digital Archive has been increased to over 1,000 works.

A further 200 works are accessible with c. 1,400 additional images/files and extensive text information. Furthermore the cda continues to expand the existing entries with additional data.
Paintings from the following institutions and collections have been entered in the cda:

Bischöflicher Stuhl, Eichstätt
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento
Diözesanmuseum Hofburg Brixen
Ev. Kirchgemeinde St. Johannis und St. Marien, Dessau
Ev. Kirchgemeinde St. Nikolai, Jüterbog
Ev.-Luth. Kirchgemeinde St. Kunigundis, Rochlitz
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Legion of Honour
Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Kassel
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington
Johann-Friedrich-Danneil-Museum Salzwedel
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
Martin von Wagner Museum der Universität Würzburg
Musée d'Art Thomas Henry, Cherbourg
Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris
Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, Besançon
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon
Musée du Louvre, Paris
Musée Unterlinden, Colmar
Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan
Museum zu Allerheiligen, Schaffhausen
Museum des Domstifts Brandenburg
Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille
Pérez Simón Collection, Mexico City
The Princely Collections of Liechtenstein, Vaduz - Vienna
Städel Museum, Frankfurt
Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg
Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseo, Helsinki
Universalmuseum Joanneum, Schloss Eggenberg, Alte Galerie, Graz
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud, Cologne
Winnipeg Art Gallery

Moreover a large number of works from private owners has been added. In total the Cranach Digital Archive presents extensive information on more than 1,000 paintings from 127 institutions and numerous private collections.

20 February 2014

Conference: Cranach in Weimar

18/19 March 2014, Weimar, Goethe-Nationalmuseum, Festsaal

The two-day conference, organised by the Klassik Stiftung Weimar, addresses the outstanding works by Cranach in Weimar and their reception through the centuries. The first day focuses on the famous altarpiece in the church St. Peter and Paul (Herderkirche). Completed in 1555, it is one of the main works of Reformist Art. Meaning, message and impact of the retable, commissioned in commemoration of Johann Friedrich the Magnanimous and Sibylle of Cleve, will be studied and discussed comprehensively for the first time.

The second day is dedicated to the memoria of Cranach and his reception within Weimar, highlighting periods of more acute appreciation of his work, like the era of Goethe.

The conference will serve as a preparation for the exhibition "Cranach in Weimar" (April 3 to June 14 2015, Schiller-Museum). The conference papers will be published in Jahrbuch der Klassik Stiftung Weimar 2015.

Tagungsprogramm

20 January 2014

International Symposium Lucas Cranach the Younger and the Reformation of the Image

20.-22. March 2014, Wittenberg, Leucorea

On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Lucas Cranach the Younger's (1515 - 1586) birth, numerous events will take place in 2015 to honour him. In the run-up to that year, the proposed symposium wishes to focus on the life and work of the artist. Since his father, Lucas Cranach the Elder, has been the main centre of interest of recent research and exhibitions, the aim of this conference is for the first time to delineate more precisely, and to devote proper critical attention to, the biography and oeuvre of his younger son. On this basis we hope to acquire new insights into the genesis and evolution of pictorial concepts of the Reformation within the Cranach workshop, with particular emphasis on artistic materials and methods used to deploy the paintings as persuasive agents for the new faith. As such, the symposium will make a fundamental contribution to the Reformation Decade, which is organising a thematic year in 2015 on 'The Bible and the Image' to mark Cranach the Younger's anniversary.

With an interdisciplinary perspective and a diverse methodological apparatus, the conference therefore aims to examine the widespread perception of the relationship between Lucas Cranach the Elder and his son Lucas Cranach the Younger, as well as the contribution of the son to workshop production; to establish the extent of continuity and changes in the workshop after 1537 and again after 1550 (or 1553); and to position Lucas Cranach the Younger in the contemporary network of artistic, religious, political and societal figures. In this regard, new research on iconographical, formal and stylistic specifics of Cranach works will be presented to discuss questions of form and function, aspiration and status, and meaning and ambivalence of Reformation imagery within the context of a new Reformation historiography.

Conference program and registration

further information ...

2013

28 October 2013

The content of the Cranach Digital Archive has been increased with the entry of a further 100 works, that are made accessible through hundreds of additional images and pages of text information. The cda continues to systematically add new data

Paintings from the following institutions and collections joined the cda:
Detroit Institute of Arts
Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchgemeinde Collm-Lampersdorf
Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchgemeinde St.-Nikolai, Weistropp-Constappel
Hochstift Meißen, Dom zu Meißen
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Museu National de Arte Antiga, Lisbon
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Nationalmuseum Stockholm
Princeton University Art Museum
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro
Schloss Augustusburg
Staatliches Museum Schwerin, Galerie Alte und Neue Meister sowie Museum Schloss Güstrow
Städel Museum, Frankfurt/M. Wartburg-Stiftung, Eisenach

In total the Cranach Digital Archive presents extensive information on more than 800 paintings from 103 institutions and private collections.

10 April 2013

A further 100 paintings and c. 1,000 images as well as extensive text information are accessible to scholars and the general public.

Paintings from the following institutions and collections are new in the Cranach Digital Archive:
Angermuseum, Erfurt
Burg Eltz, Münstermaifeld
Evangelische Kirchengemeinde St. Johannis, Neustadt an der Orla
Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig
Kunstsammlung Gera
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona
Museum of Art, Indianapolis
Muzeum Palac w Wilanowie, Warsaw
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.
Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen Schloss Gottorf, Landesmuseum für Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte, Schleswig
Schloss Stolzenfels, Koblenz
Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig

In total the Cranach Digital Archive presents extensive information on 700 paintings from 92 institutions and private collections.

22 March 2013

Cranach as draughtsman on the painting support - Evaluation of examinations employing infrared reflectography

Radiodiagnostic examinations make it possible to generate knowledge about an artwork, which would otherwise remain hidden to the naked eye. Employing infrared reflectography underdrawings of paintings can be made visible. More than 500 images of paintings provided by the project partners and prepared by the project team from all the creative periods of Cranach the Elder, his sons and the workshop permit for the first time precise assertions to be made about the working practice of the master and his assistants, about the drawing tools and the methods used to transfer the design, about the characteristics of the underdrawing specific to Cranach or to individual workshop members and about the division of labour. Research results will be posted in multiple parts as pdf-documents to download. The infrared reflectograms can be viewed and compared in higher resolution in the Cranach Digital Archive.

Teil 1: Die Jahre um 1500 - 1512

2012

07 November 2012

A further 200 paintings with c. 2,000 images and extensive text information are accessible to scholars and the general public.

Paintings from the following institutions and collections are new in the Cranach Digital Archive:
Art Museum Seattle
Art Museum St. Louis
Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton
Compton Verney, Warwickshire
The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
Ev.-Luth. Kirchgemeinde St. Katharina, Zwickau
Ev.-Luth. Kirchgemeinde St. Peter und Paul, Weimar
Ev.-Luth. Kirchgemeinde St. Wolfgang, Schneeberg
Ev.-Luth. Marktkirchgemeinde Hannover
Ev. Predigerseminar Wittenberg
Fondation Bemberg, Toulouse
Hamburger Kunsthalle
Institute of Arts, Minneapolis
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Kloster Lichtenthal, Baden-Baden
Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo
Kunsthalle Bremen
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Strasbourg
Museo de Bellas Artes, Bilbao
Museum im Roselius-Haus, Bremen
Muzeum Archidiecezjalne, Breslau
Muzeum Narodowe, Warschau
Národni Galerie, Prag
Nasjonalgalleriet Oslo
Nationalmuseum Stockholm
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover
Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena
The Royal Collection, London
Schloss Augustusburg, Augustusburg/Sachsen
Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseo, Helsinki
Staatsgalerie in der Neuen Residenz, Bamberg
Stiftsbasilika St. Peter u. Alexander, Aschaffenburg
Stiftsmuseum Aschaffenburg
University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto
In total the Cranach Digital Archive presents extensive information on 600 paintings from 80 institutions and private collections.

Currently the Cranach Digital Archive contains:

  • Art historical, technical and conservation documentation (c. 3,000 pages of text in English and German)
  • c. 7,000 high resolution images
  • c. 500 infrared reflectograms and c. 150 x-radiographs
  • A Cranach bibliographic database with 1,850 entries

General hints regarding the use of the cda

The works represented in the Cranach Digital Archive vary in the extent to which they have been examined and edited. It is planned to approximate progressively similar levels of content.

Information regarding the art-historical evaluation of the represented works (attribution, dating, etc.) was essentially taken from recent catalogues and publications and complemented with the results of recent research, the judgment of the partners and the cda-team. Further amendments and where appropriate new valuations will be carried out on the basis of more extensive data.

At present the Cranach Digital Archive focuses on the work of Lucas Cranach the Elder and his workshop. However, works by Lucas Cranach the Younger, Hans Cranach, the workshop and followers are also recorded in the Cranach Digital Archive.

The Cranach Digital Archive is not a finite Online-Catalogue. Further revision, updating and possible corrections of the data is intended. In addition the functions within the database continue to be developed.

We would appreciate any supplementary information on the paintings represented in the Cranach Digital Archive. The Cranach Digital Archive is keen to develop further partnerships and to continue expanding the existing data. We welcome new images and text information. Please contact us: cda@smkp.de.

Should you require a reproduction for research purposes or commercial interest please contact the owner of the respective painting. At present it is not possible to provide reproductions of technical images.

We wish you much enjoyment exploring the works of Lucas Cranach.
Your cda team

07 November 2012

2012 Public presentations of the Cranach Digital Archive

January 18: Düsseldorf, Museum Kunstpalast
July 17: Nuremberg, 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art (CIHA2012)
October 17: Berlin, Deutscher Museumsbund, Herbsttreffen zur Museumsdokumentation
October 20: Wittenberg, Cranach-Stiftung
November 19: Cologne, Cologne University of Applied Sciences
November 22: Lisbon, Congresso Histöria da Arte Portugesa