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The Conservation of Contemporary & Modern Art, Session 1

October 24, 2019

 

Session 1

 

Moderated by:

Amy Hughes, 2012–2013 Dedalus Fellow, Paper Conservator, The National Gallery of Art

Christine Haynes, 2015–2016 Dedalus Fellow, Assistant Objects Conservator, Preservation Arts, ‘Preserving Public Art: Collaboration and Conservation of an Outdoor Installation by Po Shu Wang’

Taylor Healy, 2017–2018 Dedalus Fellow, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow in Time-Based Media Art Conservation, The Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, ‘Inside Out: An Investigation of a David Wojnarowicz Flexible Mold’

Megan Randall, 2013–2014 Dedalus Fellow, Assistant Projects Conservator, The Museum of Modern Art, ‘What’s in a Pane? Conservation of Larry Bell’s Shadows (1967)’

2019 Conservation ContemporaryandModernArt Session1

October 24, 2019

 

Session 1

 

Moderated by:

Amy Hughes, 2012–2013 Dedalus Fellow, Paper Conservator, The National Gallery of Art

Christine Haynes, 2015–2016 Dedalus Fellow, Assistant Objects Conservator, Preservation Arts, ‘Preserving Public Art: Collaboration and Conservation of an Outdoor Installation by Po Shu Wang’

Taylor Healy, 2017–2018 Dedalus Fellow, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow in Time-Based Media Art Conservation, The Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, ‘Inside Out: An Investigation of a David Wojnarowicz Flexible Mold’

Megan Randall, 2013–2014 Dedalus Fellow, Assistant Projects Conservator, The Museum of Modern Art, ‘What’s in a Pane? Conservation of Larry Bell’s Shadows (1967)’