Press Conference at Kraton, The Sultan Palace, Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia
Jan
14
3:00 PM15:00

Press Conference at Kraton, The Sultan Palace, Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia

In conjunction with the conservation project of the Kraton’s Heritage started with the restoration of two paintings of Raden Saleh, on Monday 14th January 2019 the Kraton will held the Press Conference officiated by His Highness the Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, and His Excellences the Italian Ambassador Mr Vittorio Sandalli.

This project is proudly presented on Istituto Italiano di Cultura Jakarta’s Newsletter, “NOT ONLY IN JAKARTA” section:

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In the pictures: Italian conservator Michaela Anselmini with Her Royal Highness GKR Bendara, Director of Kraton’s Collection and KRT Thomas Haryonagoro, vice.

Michaela Anselmini with Pak Hargiyanto Mangku Prayitno and KRT Thomas Haryonagoro.

Photo by Eri Rama Putra - MES 56, official photographer of Art Restoration Studio for the documentation o the whole conservation project.

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Rebirth Forum, The Third Paradise by Michelangelo Pistoletto, Citta' Dell'Arte
Oct
29
to Oct 31

Rebirth Forum, The Third Paradise by Michelangelo Pistoletto, Citta' Dell'Arte

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The Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute in Jakarta, in collaboration with the Italian Honorary Consulate in Bali, Cittadellarte-Pistoletto Foundation , Kayu Lucie Fontaine and Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets present the “Rebirth Forum Ubud”, Bali 2018-I Edition-Sustainability through Differences.

Art restoration Studio is proudly participating as a sponsor and facilitator during the e days Forum.

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Conversation on Conservation at Bentara Budaya Jakarta.  Moderator Mr Enin Supriyanto. Supported by Istituto Italiano di Cultura (IIC) Jakarta
May
14
2:00 PM14:00

Conversation on Conservation at Bentara Budaya Jakarta. Moderator Mr Enin Supriyanto. Supported by Istituto Italiano di Cultura (IIC) Jakarta

Conservation is the profession devoted to the preservation of cultural property for the future. 

Cultural heritage and Art face threats from a variety of sources on a daily basis, from thieves, vandals, and pests, to pollution, humidity, and temperature, natural emergencies and physical forces, to all kinds of light. 

Effects stemming from these issues can be treated and sometimes reversed with interventive conservation after the damage has occurred. However, many of the sources of danger mentioned above are controllable, and others are at least predictable. 

On my 25 years career as a professional conservator specialized in modern and contemporary art, I can say that what the artists do when they create their artworks is crucial to minimize further the effects of the controllable sources of danger. 

Rising up in Italy surrounded by Antiques, I quickly learned how the conservation of an artworks from the XV century can be easier than preserving modern and contemporary art. 

After I graduated on restoration & conservation, starting my training in modern and contemporary art I could “touch” what does means dealing with an artwork made by an artist who knows exactly which material was using, Vs an artwork  made of industrial products "easy to find-easy to buy" without knowing the composition or the property of the material itself.

This is the gap between the generations of our modern time and the old masters.

This is the reason why as a professional conservator I always want the best quality materials on any action taken to prevent or delay the deterioration of cultural heritage and art, and I wish the artists learn how to connect again with the knowledge of materials and how to use it.

Same as my wish to have professional conservators in Indonesia, trained on proper school program, internationally recognized, which cannot be replaced by short sessions or workshops of any kind.

~ Conservation starts at the artists' studio. Introducing new, high quality materials for Art and Restoration by F.I.L.A. Group ( Lyra, Maimeri, Canson, Daler Rowney) ~

This event is supported by Istituto Italiano di Cultura Jakarta.

Sponsored by Bentara Budaya. Special Thanks to Kompas Group. 

Coffee break offered by restaurant Mamma Rosy, Kemang - Jakarta.

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Image courtesy of Maimeri.it

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Seminar on Virtual Technology for Cultural Heritage and Scientific Conservation.
Nov
9
to Nov 10

Seminar on Virtual Technology for Cultural Heritage and Scientific Conservation.

The Faculty of Art and Design, Institute of Technology Bandung and Borobudur Conservation Office in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute, Jakarta organize a two-days event, which consists of a seminar and a workshop.

The seminar, to introduce the new technology for conservation of cultural heritage, is conducted by Brahmantara and Panggah Ardiansyah from Borobudur Conservation Office; Pindi Setiawan, Hendy Tiasa and Dianing Ratri from Insitute of Technology Bandung.

Michaela Anselmini, an Italian restorer will conduct a seminar entitled “Science for Conservation: New Technology for Cultural Heritage Conservation”.

The second day is dedicated to a workshop on reading the relief scenes of Borubudur temple.

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"Remembering the Future: Urgent Issues on Art Conservation in Indonesia"
Jul
13
2:30 PM14:30

"Remembering the Future: Urgent Issues on Art Conservation in Indonesia"

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SEMINAR
13 July 2017 | 5.00pm | IIC Jakarta
Remembering the Future: Urgent Issues on Art Conservation in Indonesia
by Michaela Anselmini and moderated by Rizki A. Zaelani

Michaela Anselmini, an Italian art restorer, conducts a seminar on artworks restoration entitled “Remembering the Future: Urgent Issues on Art Conservation in Indonesia”. The Seminar will be conducted by Rizki A. Zaelani. Anselmini’s skill consists of restorations of antique, modern and contemporary artworks (included different kind of materials and media, customized products for artists, collectors, photographs and galleries, as well as art and conservation consulting. She also teaches restorations and conservations and how to make frames and gilding. Anselmini has more than 20 years of experience in the field. Please confirm your attendance to eventi@itacultjkt.or.id

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