„OCHRONA ŚWIATOWEGO DZIEDZICTWA FOTOGRAFII. WYZWANIE DLA XXI WIEKU” Konferencja, Warszawa, 4 października 2007 r.
PRESERVATION OF THE WORLD'S PHOTOGRAPH HERITAGE: CHALLENGES FOR THE 21st CENTURY
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Conference related to these issues was held on 4th of October 2007 by Getty Conservation Institute in cooperation with Faculty of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art connected with Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. The place of conference was in Wilanow Palace. During the meeting of more than 200 people was a lecture of prof.dr Dusan Stulik from GCI and the discussion. The goal of conference was the inauguration of international cooperation in this field and establishing of training program in central, south and eastern Europe in theory and practice. Coordination of Polish part of this project will make Izabela Zając from Warsaw’s Faculty. Working with the most important photographs of the “chemical photography era” such as the world’s First Photograph from 1826, the mysterious Hillotype photographs from the 1850’s which represented the first attempt to create photographs in colors, and studying the most beautiful photographs in some of the world’s most important photographic collections, scientists of the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angels are developing a scientifically based methodology for identification of more then 150 different photographic processes and process variants that were invented, introduced and often abandoned during now 181 year old “chemical photography era”. The overall project strategy and its many innovative aspects was also introduced. Transl. by Iwona Szmelter, Dusan Stulik
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