Europäische Zeitgeschichte

Architectural heritage and art collections at the Court of Justice of the European Union – narratives, images and symbols

Dr Sara Afonso Ferreira presented to the students the Court of Justice of the European Union and the collection of works of art which it preserves and which are representative of the Member States and of Europe’s multicultural diversity. Curia's artistic heritage has evolved in line with the stages of European integration and the history of the institution itself, and embodies nowadays the European identity. The first work was loaned by France in 1969 to decorate the Court’s first courtroom; those commissioned by Luxembourg from artists representing the six founding countries, and were set to decorate the Palais, which was inaugurated in 1973 .

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