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Lawyer and collector Juan Cambiaso is the vice president of the Association of Friends of the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires and a former international patron of the Prado Museum. He talks with Guillermo de Osma, the curator of many major exhibitions over the last two decades and gallery owner, and Marina Chinchilla, Management Deputy Director of the Prado Museum about the legal aspects of art ownership. Presented by Ana Doldán de Cáceres, Director of Conservation of the Museo Esteban Vicente.
A panel of leading lawyers from the UK, Spain and Argentina discuss the challenges and opportunities for work in a constantly changing world. Chaired by Andy MacKay.
Taking part: Isabel Fernandez Manley, Dionisio Uria, Michael Ivers QC, Juan Cambiaso.
The Reformations project is the programming spine of the Hay Festival’s 30th anniversary year. Great writers and thinkers have been invited to reform authorities and institutions in the spirit of Martin Luther, whose 95 Theses were published 500 years ago in 1517.
In this powerful polemic, the leading civil rights lawyer proposes radical progress in international Human Rights law. The session is chaired by her fellow international lawyer and author of East West Street, Philippe Sands.
Luis Cueto, General Coordintor of Madrid City Hall and President of IFEMA has worked in just about every aspect of government and administration: he discusses the changes underway in the Spanish capital with Luis Alemany of El Mundo.