Posters

Preventive conservation and control methodologies for the exhibition of objects made of plastic. Case Study: the Museo della Plastica Cannonsandretto.

S. Bassotti1, G. Sidoti2

1Restorer 2ISCR, Rome

 

Scheduled maintenance for contemporary artworks: two case studies

Alessandra Barbuto, Fabiana Cangià, Francesca Graziosi

MAXXI Arte, Rome

 

Polymeric composites for protection of artworks and restoration

A. Cataldi, F. Deflorian, A. Pegoretti

University of Trento

 

Reallocation of a big canvas using innovative supports

A. P. Garberini

Restorer, Tivoli, Roma

 

Evaluation of cleaning of antique paper artworks treated with rigid Gellan gels by means of chemical and physical analyses

A. Casoli1, P. Cremonesi2, C. Isca1

1University of Parma

2Conservation Scientist, Cornegliano Laudense, Lodi

 

Preventive conservation at the Museo del Risorgimento Vittorio Emanuele Orlando in Palermo

M. R. Carotenuto, R. Licciardi, G. Milazzo, M. F. Mulè, D. Pasta, V. Rosselli

Lab CP S.r.l.– Laboratory for preventive conservation, Palermo

 

Study for the adhesion of painting layers on six oil on canvas paintings relined with glue paste preserved at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna Ricci Oddi in Piacenza

S. Ottolini1, L. Fuster Lopez2, M. Rossi Doria3

1Restorer, Piacenza. 2Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain. 3Restorer, Roma.

 

The use of magnets as an alternative solution to traditional mounting systems for canvas paintings

A. Giordano

Restorer, Palermo

 

Undesired colours: tests for the enzymatic removal of fungal stains from paper

M. Fiacconi, P. Colaizzi, D. Ruggiero, L. Botti, F. Pinzari

ICRCPAL, Rome

 

A systematic procedure for the preparation of model paintings for consolidating adhesive testing

C. Carta, R. Ploeger, A. Alba

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA

 

Monitoring protective treatments on architectural surfaces: the choice of parameters and threshold values

E. Zendri, G. Biscontin, E. Balliana, F.C. Izzo, M. Melchiorre Di Crescenzo, M.Sgobbi, L. Falchi

Ca’ Foscari University, Venice

 

Il calore e l'opera d'arte - Il progetto IMAT: lo sviluppo di una lamina riscaldante.
L'applicazione dei nanotubi per il restauro e la conservazione del patrimonio artistico

L. Amorosi1, L. Conti2, V. Balzani1, T. Marckevicius3, N. Olisson4

1Conservatrice, Firenze. 2Restauratore, Firenze. 3Restauratore, Vilnius, Lituania.

4Restauratrice, Portland, (OR), USA.

 

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