INCCA Spanish Speaking Countries

Posted on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 11:08
{jcomments on}Networking session
INCCA Spanish Speaking Countries
Date, time
Thursday 10th June, 16:00-17:30
Arianne Vanrell, conservator
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain
Gabriela Baldomá
IICRAMC, Rosario, Argentina
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Arianne Vanrell will talk about the protocols and structure used to share information with professionals when introducing the Inside Installation project in Latin America. Gabriela Baldomá will discuss a case study on Jaula de Aves by the Argentinean conceptual artist León Ferrari. The case study was carried out following the structure of Inside Installation project by Arianne Vanrell, Gabriela Baldomá and the staff of IICRAMC. The installation is a polemic work concerning iconological religious masterpieces; problems concerned the transmission of the idea of the artist with the public. Arianne Vanrell will also present a case study Ataduras  by the Uruguayan artist Agueda Dicranco. This case study was carried out by Arianne and Vladimir Muvich from the Taller de Restauración de Uruguay and the staff of the Taller and the Museo de Artes Visuales de Montevideo. The structure of the Inside Installations project was used as well as preventive conservation protocols concerning the packing, and handling.
Arianne Vanrell Vellosillo is a conservator at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofiá in Madrid. Spain. She studied art history and obtained Master of Professional Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property from the University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne and the DEA for Conservation and Restoration of the Compultense University of Madrid. He specialization is the conservation of installations and new media artworks. Arianne conducted research as well as coordinated the Spanish partners in the European project Inside Installations. She is involved in the current EU project PRACTICs. She was also responsible for sharing the results of the Inside Installations project with colleagues in Latin America.
Gabriela Baldomá completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Form 2004 to 2008 she created and coordinated the Macro Museum Conservation Department. She is currently completing a Master’s thesis in conservation at the University of San Martín. Gabriela is Head of the IICRAMC institute for research, conservation and restoration of modern and contemporary art of the municipality of Rosario, Argentina.