Who Owns Art?

GUESTS: Stephan Urice Director, Rosenbach Museum and Library, Philadelphia, PA Teaches art law, University of Pennsylvania, Law School Author, Cultural Property and World War II: Implications for American Museums Daniel Shapiro Attorney at law, dealing exclusively with art, cultural and intellectual property law President, International Cultural Property Society A half century after World War II the debate over the ownership and movement of art and artifacts, during war and in peacetime, wages on. Government officials are currently struggling to balance the interests of the families of Holocaust victims and the interests of the current owners of a painting or sculpture. Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the ongoing battle over the ownership of cultural property.

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