The impact of artists' moral rights legislation on conservation practice in the UK and beyond
At 14th Triennal Meeting of the International Council for Museums Conservation Committee.
12 - 16 Sep 2005.
6 pp, .
Conservators are increasingly concerned with the conservation of modern and contemporary artworks. They pose particular practical and ethical problems; recent legislation may also affect the way conservators think about contemporary works of art. This paper discusses legislation in the UK and other countries which may have a bearing on the way conservators treat contemporary artworks. The paper is a preliminary exploration of the issues raised as a result of considering the options for the conservation of a textile artwork by Robert Rauschenberg.
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|Venue - Dates:
||14th Triennal Meeting of the International Council for Museums Conservation Committee, 2005-09-12 - 2005-09-16
||14th trennial meeting of the international council for museums conservation committee, the hague, artists' moral rights, legislation, conservation practice, rauschenberg
||19 Oct 2005
||16 Apr 2017 23:14
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