Conservation

Manuscripts rescued from the hands of Islamist rebels

Historical texts smuggled out of Timbuktu in cars, carts and canoes are on show this week in Brussels

Published online: 18 December 2014

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Egypt reopens tomb as tourism falls

Minister increases public access in attempt to reverse post-revolution slump

Published online: 18 December 2014

Syria and Iraq’s neighbours can help contain the looting

Securing the borders of the two war-torn countries could hamper the antiquities smugglers

Published online: 18 December 2014

Egyptian Museum goes back in time

“Revival” project is restoring the 1902 building to its original condition

Published online: 13 December 2014

Storm brewing over historic Miami homes

Preservationists urge City to rein in developers’ desire to replace older properties with “McMansions”

Published online: 06 December 2014

Benglis brings her sculpture home

Restored work to be lent to New Orleans after artist pays to reverse 30 years of decline

Published online: 05 December 2014

 

Dig deep for Courbet

The Musée d'Orsay in Paris has launched a crowdfunding appeal to raise funds for the conservation of Gustave Courbet's enormous 22 sq. m...

Under the Big Top

The Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota is returning to its roots in November when it unveils a set of four newly-conserved circus banners...

Ommegang’s all here

Uniformed men on camelback, festooned floats, men wearing devil costumes and a sea of people dressed in conservative black: there is a lot...