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With the founding of today's National Museums in Berlin in 1830, the challenge of comprehensively protecting the works of art from external influences also arose. Since then, the core task has been to optimize the climatic and lighting conditions in the steadily growing buildings of the Berlin museum network.

A look at this development from its beginnings to the end of the Second World War reveals a learning process between a high level of awareness with well thought-out efforts as well as constant improvements to the exhibition and storage conditions, sometimes following undesirable changes to works. The accompanying establishment of protection regulations and their implementation - which we understand as central facets of today's Preventive Conservation - thus looks back on a rich tradition in Berlin with sometimes remarkable external effects.

Speaker: Uwe Peltz

Meeting ID: 2730 877 1946Password: VPuS7N35N5a
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