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Nowadays, it seems hard to imagine the world of conservation of cultural heritage without introducing the use of materials and products generated by nanoscience. The emblematic restoration of a multi-material sculpture by British artist Sarah Lucas Fabiola Rocco, Conservator, Torino - Questions - Coffee break Chairperson Oscar Chiantore, INSTM – Department of Chemistry University of Torino & S.
The meeting organized by the European project Nanorestart, by the Center for the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage “La Venaria Reale”, and by IGIIC, aims to explore the world of nanosystems applied to the conservation of cultural heritage, creating a conference that focuses onthree essential sections: May 11, 2017, Thursday IMP: Workshop inscriptions are closed, you could register to the Conference 1st cycle - or 2nd cycle 11.15-12.45 or 3rd cycle on day 12 16.00-17.30 Innovative materials for cleaning works of art: a practical introduction to the use of a new generation of gels 1° Cicle - or 11.15-12.45 or on day 12th 16.00-17.30 The use of nanomaterials for the cleaning of paint layers: the removal of atmospheric particulate matter and non-original varnishes from paintings of the twentieth century - or 11.15-12.45 or on day 12th 16.00-17.30 The use of nanosystems in the conservation of graphic art on paper Antonio Mirabile, Conservator, Paris - or 11.15-12.45 or on day 12th 16.00-17.30 Application of innovative protective materials from non-toxic solvents for the conservation of copper-based alloys Gabriella Di Carlo Ph D, Researcher, CNR – ISMN; Stefano Lanuti, Conservator, Rome - Coffee break - Lunch CONFERENCE - Greetings Stefano Trucco, President CCR – Centro Conservazione Restauro “La Venaria Reale”; Rosanna Piervittori, Presidente Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Conservazione e Restauro dei Beni Culturali, S.
Generically in a preventive conservation project, treatments and materials are always more frequently evaluated in order to provide two main requisites:highest durability, through the combination of complementary preventive activities, such as monitoring and adjusting environmental parameters and defining a monitoring and routine maintenance plan of the structures, together with graphic and photographic documentation, and the systematic data archiving, in order to easily compare the short-run and the long-run variations.
Europe’s built environment would not be the same without these witnesses of centuries past.