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by Ijsbrand Hummelen,Dionne Sille

Modern Art: Who Cares? download ebook
ISBN:
1904982026
ISBN13:
978-1904982029
Author:
Ijsbrand Hummelen,Dionne Sille
Publisher:
Archetype Books (August 25, 2006)
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Pages:
450 pages
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1870 kb
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1470 kb
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Additional Info: 1. Hummelen, Ijsbrand. 4. Stichting Behoud Moderne Kunst. 5. Instituut Collectie Nederland. Notes: Includes bibliographical references. Follow Us. Akbank Sanat About Sponsorships.

They looked at us mostly female temporary art, (Foundation for the Conservation of Contemporary Art/ Netherlands Institute for students and shook their heads saying, ‘girls can’t round the back Cultural Heritage/ Archetype), Amsterdam, 1999. of a book; you won’t be strong enough to enter this profession’

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Books and conference proceedings. Art d'aujourd’hui, patrimoine de demain: Conservation et restauration des oeuvres contemporaines (2009), Paris: SFIIC. Conservare l’arte contemporanea: Problemi, metodi, materiali, ricerche by Oscar Chiantore and Antonio Rava (2005), Milan: Electa.

Hummelen, Ijsbrand and Dionne Sille eds. (1999)

Hummelen, Ijsbrand and Dionne Sille eds. (1999).

Esther Leslie, Synthetic Worlds, London 2005

Esther Leslie, Synthetic Worlds, London 2005. Stephen Melville, e. The Lure of the Object, Williamstown 2005.

The conservation of contemporary art should not be a static process carried out behind closed doors but dynamic and open to discourse. New media and new materials constantly present issues which traditional conservation methods cannot addr ess and a continual search for new techniques is therefore required.