HAND-IN-HAND – Artists, Collectors and Conservators Working Together
by: Jamye Jamison, Paper Conservator
Case studies: As a multi-disciplinary regional conservation center, ICA Art Conservation has developed a specialty in contemporary art. This talk will highlight three projects that were recently completed by the ICA and the various ways in which conservators approached working with contemporary objects. Two of the projects were strictly works on paper, while the third was a composite sculpture with a paper component. Each case study will delve into the varying degrees to which artists can be involved in the conservation of their artwork and how the relationship between owner, artist, and conservator can play a role in conservation decisions.
WHEN: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
WHERE: Artists Archives of the Western Reserve – 1834 East 123rd Street, Cleveland
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