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In: Museum International 201, Volume 51, Issue 1, January-March 1999. Paris: UNESCO. 44-50
Bringing conservation projects out into the open under the eye of public scrutiny is a recent phenomenon that has been taken up by a growing number of museums and heritage sites. The program described here is one of the most ambitious to date and makes clear why such an approach goes well beyond the simple explanation of technical treatments to have a resounding impact on public perception and appreciation of broader heritage questions.
Author(s): Nardi, R.
Year Published: 1999
Language / Translations: English