The Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Art

Poniamo attenzione a quello che avviene nel campo della conservazione dell’arte contemporanea.

Ecco una davvero interessante occasione

The Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Art

Dedalus Foundation

October 24, 3:00–8:00pm /

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For the past twenty years, the Dedalus Foundation has provided fellowships to outstanding graduate students specializing in modern and contemporary materials at the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
On the occasion of the Fellowship’s 20th anniversary, the Foundation will host an event to highlight the work of past fellows, bringing together conservators who specialize in a broad range of media.  The symposium will encompass a variety of topics relevant to the conservation of modern and contemporary art, as well as current approaches to conservation practice.


  • MEGAN RANDALL, Assistant Projects Conservator, Museum of Modern Art, What’s in a Pane? Conservation of Larry Bell’s Shadows (1967)
  • KATE MOOMAW, Associate Conservator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum, Learning Together: Time-Based Media Conservation at the Denver Art Museum
  • LINDSEY TYNE, Associate Paper Conservator, Thaw Conservation Center, Morgan Library and Museum, Memory and Evidence: Documenting Modern and Contemporary Drawings
  • CHRISTINE HAYNES, Assistant Objects Conservator, Preservation Arts, Preserving Public Art: Collaboration and Conservation of an Outdoor Installation by Po Shu Wang
  • DEBORAH (CARTON) LACAMERA, Partner and Senior Conservator, Studio TKM Associates, Reminiscing about 20 Years in the Conservation of Works of Art on Paper
  • TAYLOR HEALY, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow in Time-based Media Conservation, The Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, Inside Out: An Investigation of a David Wojnarowicz Flexible Mold

Panel discussion will be moderated by Jennifer Hickey, Paintings Conservator, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

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