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Conservation at the Guggenheim



The Guggenheim Museum’s permanent collection is kept in trust for the public, with the goal that it will be exhibited, studied, and enjoyed for generations to come. In order to ensure that all works are stored, exhibited, and transported according to international museum standards, the museum’s conservation staff plays a vitally important role in preventative conservation, research, and treatment of the collection. On the website of the conservation department you will find information on a number of specific conservation projects and their useful Time-based Media section.