July 15, 2017

On 7-9 July 2017, Mateusz Bieczyński, from the Polish research team, participated in the 19. International Seminar ‘Kunst und Recht (Art&Law)’. The Seminar is an annual event. It is chaired by Professor Kurt Siehr, one of the leading experts in art and cultural heritage law worldwide, and gathers scholars and practitioners primarily dealing with private law aspects of cultural heritage management and governance. It also constitutes a place of discussion and exchange of ideas between doctoral and postdoctoral law researchers. This year, the Seminar was held at the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum – Cultures of the World, a famous museum for anthropology in Cologne. The museum is devoted to the dissemination of aspects of non-European history, culture and art in a wide- ranging programme of exhibitions and events.

Mateusz Bieczyński presented some of the key aspects of his research undertaken within the Project HEURIGHT regarding the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice and European Court of Human Rights in cases involving cultural heritage.



Full programme of the event: Programme-Kunst-und-Recht_2017.



Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum

Photo: Taimas Ahangari

Source: https://museenkoeln.de/rautenstrauch-joest-museum/Visitors