Art gets rough justice in South African court

Foreign donors will pay for bird droppings to be removed from Nelson Mandela portrait along with other restoration and conservation projects

Published online: 27 February 2015

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Campaign to save post-war public art calls for national register

Murals and mosaics identified as particularly at risk

Published online: 27 February 2015

Chinese government promises millions to protect heritage village

Nearly every building in Banpo was destroyed after a mining company excavated 300 tonnes of coal, prompting the government to enforce conservation

Published online: 26 February 2015

Rejected, neglected, saved: architect’s interiors restored by Czech Capital of Culture

Pilsen’s project to protect rarely seen Modernist masterpieces

Published online: 10 February 2015

Major work on Greenwich’s Baroque masterpiece begins

Conservators will treat works covering 3,700 sq. m in the Old Royal Naval College’s Painted Hall

Published online: 05 February 2015

Battle royale: Fontainebleau aims to rival Versailles after €115m funding boost

The French stately home Bonaparte called “the true abode of kings” is about to get a 12-year overhaul

Published online: 29 January 2015


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