Saturday, February 16, 2002
September 11th: Art Loss, Damage and Repercussions
September 11th was a tragedy of epic proportions. Thousands of lives were lost; the world was changed. Art, too, was lost. IFAR's distinguished speakers from the world of art and insurance discussed the works that were destroyed or damaged and the implications for the future. Edited proceedings appear in a double issue of IFAR Journal (Vol. 4, No.4 / Vol. 5, No.1) as well as on the IFAR Website.
IFAR acknowledges The Liman Foundation for its support of this program.
Dietrich von Frank, President and CEO, AXA Art Insurance Corporation
John Haworth, Director, George Gustav Heye Center Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Moukhtar Kocache, Director, Visual and Media Arts, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Suzanne F. W. Lemakis, V. P. and Art Curator, Citigroup
Lawrence L. Reger, President, Heritage Preservation, Heritage Emergency National Task Force
Gregory J. Smith, Insurance Adjuster; Director, Cunningham Lindsey International
Saul Wenegrat, Art Consultant; Former Director, Art Program Port Authority of NY and NJ
Elyn Zimmerman, Sculptor (World Trade Center Memorial, 1993)