Wednesday, November 1, 2017

The Center's Disaster Response Team is on the ground, salvaging and moving collections impacted by the devastating fires in California. Our efforts will continue, and our deepest sympathies are with all those affected.

The Center's Disaster Response Team is on the ground, salvaging and moving collections impacted by the devastating fires in California.
Our efforts will continue, and our deepest sympathies are with all those affected.
As autumn winds down, we are falling into another busy season here at The Center. This month's newsletter showcases the ongoing on-site treatment of a series of public art sculptures at The Kentucky Center. Next, we'll explore the treatment of a private client's colorful circus posters and hear more about the unique story behind them. Lastly, we'll learn why another client's rare book collection fell into disrepair, and how The Center was able to help.


Art in the Public Eye: Treating the Fascinating Collection of Modern Art Sculptures at The Kentucky Center
This past August, two conservators from The Conservation Center traveled  to Louisville, KY to conserve the vibrant collection of public art on display aThe Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.
The Kentucky Center seeks to cultivate the artistic scene in Louisville by providing programming ranging from music and theater performances to numerous outreach and education services, The permanent artworks displayed throughout The Kentucky Center feature a number of notable artists including Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Edgar Degas, and Joan Miro.
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About The Conservation Center 
The Conservation Center is the largest and most comprehensive private art conservation laboratory in the country. With over 33 years of experience, The Center is a leader in the field of art preservation, evolving new treatments and methods to adapt to the rapidly-changing art world. We have cared for fine art from some of the country’s most prestigious private collections, museums, galleries, insurance companies, and corporations. 
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