Conservation of Modern Oil Paintings

23mei2018 25mei2018

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On 23-25 May 2018, the Cultural Heritage Agency of The Netherlands, in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam, Tate, The Courtauld Institute of Art and the University of Pisa and associated partners, will be hosting a three-day conference on modern oil paints.

This event marks the conclusion of the project ‘Cleaning Modern Oil Paints’ (2015-2018), a collaborative European research project exploring some of the most interesting and pertinent challenges associated with the conservation of 20th and 21st century oil paintings.

The focus of the conference will be on the conservation issues of sensitive contemporary oil paint surfaces and the behaviour of oil paints seen from various perspectives. The conference aims to address a wider public of conservators from all fields (e.g. painting, sculpture, paper), researchers, artists, curators, paint manufactures and interested practitioners. A particular focus will be on the practice of conservation and how knowledge is transferred from conservators to researchers and vice versa.

The conference will be held in Amsterdam under the auspices of the Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science (NICAS).

AHM staff member Prof. Klaas Jan van den Berg will be one of the principal investigators of the CMOP conference.

Gepubliceerd door  Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture