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Te Papa art curator shows how to use museum quake wax

We use only the best product, and this is actually known as Museum Wax and I’ll take great pleasure in demonstrating how to fix a precious taonga to a table using this wax, and securing it, I hope for all time against disaster. I must take all precautions with this object therefore I’m kneading quite […]

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A new MoMA: Our Collection

I think for MoMA there are lots of ambitions for the collection. One of them is to try to do away with the idea that the permanent collection is permanent, but rather that it’s something that lives and breathes, that’s constantly changing. I think it’s a responsibility of the collection and the display to really […]

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Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery England UK

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UAlbany Art Museum: “Younger Than Today”

Warhol took over I mean thousands of Polaroid headshots between the years of about 1974 to 1985 I’m Corinna Ripps Schaming and I am the curator and interim director at the University at Albany Art Museum. We have three summer exhibitions that are on view through September 15. So younger than today includes over 60 […]

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Most Expensive Works of Art Destroyed By Tourists

Imagine it was your job to protect objects of great value that are considered national treasures. Day after day you witness hordes of tourists getting off the bus and rushing towards the place where you work. Some of those guys are half-baked from afternoon drinking, and time after time you have to tell people, “Don’t […]