ANNOUNCING THE RELAUNCH AND EXPANSION OF IFAR’S FREE ONLINE PROVENANCE GUIDE IFAR, a long-time leader in provenance research, launches an expanded and updated online Provenance Guide, with links to newly-available digital material.
October 6, 2016
IFAR ANNOUNCES MAJOR ENHANCEMENTS TO ITS FREE CATALOGUES RAISONNÉS DATABASE IFAR's Unique Online Catalogue Raisonné Database Now Provides Digital Links to Additional Resources for over 3,800 published catalogues
Ivory Ban Program Videotape and Educational Materials Now Posted on IFAR's Website You can now see and hear, "What the Art World Needs to Know about the Ivory Ban and the Proposed Federal Rule," an IFAR Evening of November 2015. Four distinguished speakers discussed the art world impact of legislation addressing the elephant poaching crisis. The full videotape, including Q&A, is available here: IFAR Evening on the Ivory Ban, as is the educational CLE material.
IFAR Awarded NEH Grant for Digital Enhancements to the Catalogue Raisonné Database The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), a federal agency, awards IFAR a prestigious planning grant to enhance its already invaluable online Catalogue Raisonné Database.
IFAR Journal Wins First Prize Once Again in 2014 For the fifth time, the IFAR Journal has won First Prize in its category (scholarly journals) in the American Alliance of Museums' (AAM) Publications Contest
Re-launch and Expansion of IFAR's Art Law & Cultural Property Database IFAR makes changes to its online Art Law & Cultural Property Database, a comprehensive, easy-to-use, research tool to help navigate the rapidly increasing body of domestic and international legislation and case law concerning the acquisition, authenticity, export, and ownership of art objects.
IFAR Is in the News IFAR has been much in the news this past year, as areas long of concern to the organization – including forgery, authenticity, legal liability of experts rendering opinions – have captured popular attention.
IFAR Journal Wins First Prize Again in 2011 For the third year in a row, the IFAR Journal has won First Prize in its category (scholarly journals) in the American Association of Museums' Annual Publications Contest.
Renewed Foundation Support Affirms Importance of IFAR's Art Law/ Cultural Property Website Initiative The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and Peter Jay Sharp Foundation award additional grants for IFAR's ambitious new Art Law/ Cultural Property Website Initiative.
IFAR Journal Wins First Prize -- Again -- in 2010 AAM Publications Contest For the second year in a row, IFAR Journal has won First Prize in its category in the American Association of Museums' annual Publications Contest.