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Heritage Conservation and Research in India

60 Years of Indo-Austrian Collaboration

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Sprache: Englisch
184 Seiten, zahlreiche farb. und s/w-Abb.
ISBN: 978-3-205-78561-3
Böhlau Verlag Wien, 1. Auflage 2010
2009 marked the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations of the Republic of India and the... mehr
Heritage Conservation and Research in India

2009 marked the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations of the Republic of India and the Republic of Austria. The Conservation Department of the University of Applied Arts Vienna presents this volume largely based on papers reported at the conference "Cultural Heritage Counts - Research, Conservation and Management" held in New Delhi in August, 2009. The conference was a crucial contribution initiated by the Austrian Cultural Forum New Delhi to celebrate this important jubilee. The successful and intensive cooperation of both countries in the fields of the research and conservation of cultural heritage is reflected in numerous research and conservation projects presented in this book.

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    • Tatjana Bayerova (Hg.)
    • Tatjana Bayerová MSc Since 2000 a senior lecturer and a head of the chemical laboratory at the Conservation Department at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. After finishing the chemistry study she joined The Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic, and the Faculty of Restoration, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic as a conservation scientist. Tatjana Bayerová has participated in various national and international research projects and is the author of numerous articles in national and...
    • Gabriela Krist (Hg.)
    • Gabriela Krist is professor at the Institute of Conservation, University of Applied Arts Vienna, since 1999. She studied conservation at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, as well as art history and archaeology in Vienna and Salzburg. For many years, she worked for ICCROM in Rome and at the Austrian Federal Office for the Care of Monuments (Bundesdenkmalamt), and is a UNESCO Chair holder.
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