“The images in this book are a reflection of what I hear beneath the waves,” photographer Christian Vizl writes in Silent Kingdom: A World Beneath the Waves, his stunning book of undersea photography.
The Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities have completed a nearly decade-long restoration project of the 3,000-year-old tomb.
Now working at New York University, Glenn Wharton is responsible for the comprehensive David Wojnarowicz Knowledge Base. Joan Jonas is next.
UK chemists even followed their noses to the Tate, where they tested three decades-old plastic sculptures.
This year’s session of the World Heritage Committee has resulted in 21 new sites, from the controversial Old City of Hebron in the West Bank, to a men-only island in Japan.
On March 8, art conservator Thea van Oosten will give a talk at the Institute of Fine Arts on the obstacles in preserving plastic art and design objects.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum is working to put the 1,275-foot “Whaling Voyage Round the World” panorama back on view.
Artist Nina Katchadourian spent two years exploring the dustiest realms of New York’s Museum of Modern Art for a new audio tour.
The National Library of Scotland received a bundle found in a chimney, and six months of conservation revealed the rags to be a rare 17th-century map.
To explore the United States’s newest national monument, you’re going to need a boat — or at least, some kind of device that keeps you afloat oceanic waters
Starting tomorrow, visitors to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, will have a rare opportunity to experience what usually occurs behind the scenes in conservation labs.
Before Winnie-the-Pooh was a Disney superstar, before author A. A. Milne even considered the forest adventures of a beloved bumbling bear, he was a gift to a young boy on his first birthday.