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Connecting the Drips: Restoration of Three Jackson Pollock Paintings

February 24th, 2016

 

This discussion of the conservation of One: Number 31, 1950, and other major works by Jackson Pollock by the Conservation Department of The Museum of Modern Art provided unique insights into both the works themselves and the broader implications of how the physical condition of works of art affects our appreciation and understanding of them.

 

The outstanding panel was comprised of:

James Coddington, Agnes Gund Chief Conservator at The Museum of Modern Art

Jennifer Hickey, former Dedalus Fellow in the Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Associate Conservator, Modern Art Conservation

Pepe Karmel, Associate Professor of Art History, New York University; co-curator of “Jackson Pollock” at MoMA, 1998

2016 ConnectingtheDrips

February 24th, 2016

 

This discussion of the conservation of One: Number 31, 1950, and other major works by Jackson Pollock by the Conservation Department of The Museum of Modern Art provided unique insights into both the works themselves and the broader implications of how the physical condition of works of art affects our appreciation and understanding of them.

 

The outstanding panel was comprised of:

James Coddington, Agnes Gund Chief Conservator at The Museum of Modern Art

Jennifer Hickey, former Dedalus Fellow in the Conservation of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Associate Conservator, Modern Art Conservation

Pepe Karmel, Associate Professor of Art History, New York University; co-curator of “Jackson Pollock” at MoMA, 1998