INVITED

XVII COLOR CONFERENCE

Verena M. Schindler

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Verena M. Schindler

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On different approaches to Environmental Colour Design

Renata Pintus

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Renata Pintus, Art Historian, graduated in Conservation of Cultural Heritage at the University of Pisa in 2003 and at the same University she obtained the Specialization in History of Art, address Contemporary Art, in 2008. Since 2010 she is employed in the Ministry of Culture. In the Directorate-General for Education, Research and Cultural Institutes of the MIC she was responsible for the Research Operating Unit, as well as contact person for the Restorers of cultural heritage area of the Professionals Operating Unit. She has collaborated on numerous research, curatorial and exhibition projects on 20th and 21st century art in the Uffizi Galleries. She is currently Director of the Consultancy Service for the Restoration Sectors for the conservation of contemporary works of art and of the Wall Paintings Sector of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence, at whose Higher Education School she teaches Contemporary Art History. She is also Scientific Technical Coordinator of the Master in Conservation and Management of Contemporary Art Works.

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Color = Shape = Space: Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #736 “Rectangles of color”

2ND EDITION OF COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILM

Henry Wilhelm

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Henry G. Wilhelm is an American researcher and author known for his studies of the archival properties of photographic printing processes. In 1981 he received a Guggenheim Fellowship in Photographic Studies to continue his work studying photographic processes. He is the co-author, along with Carol Brower Wilhelm, of the 1993 book The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs: Traditional and Digital Color Prints, Color Negatives, Slides, and Motion Pictures. They are the founders of Wilhelm Imaging Research.

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A 145-Year History of the Stability and Preservation of Color Photographs and Film – The Overlapping Roles of Manufacturers, Photographers, Collecting Institutions, and the Consumer Marketplace – From 1877 to 2022