As an artist you should consider the stability of the materials you use when creating your work. Whilst all art works over time will require some conservation, is your work likely to have a very short life expectancy, and if so are you prepared to have it conserved or replicated?
If the work is conserved or replicated by a conservator as opposed to yourself, are you still prepared to be acknowledged as the author of the work? In this section we consider the copyright issues that can arise when works of art are either conserved, restored or replicated when the original has been destroyed.
Tate Modern will host a colloquium, Inherent Vice: the replica and its implications in Modern Sculpture, this month. With the support of by The Andrew W Mellon Foundation, 40 specialists from a range… Continue Reading Conservation, Restoration and Replication of Modern Sculpture