Press

13th September 2016

'Saving the Now: Crossing Boundaries to Conserve Contemporary Works' Julia is delivering a presentation during the IIC 2016 Los Angeles Congress https://www.iiconservation.org/congress/

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11th August 2016

The Times, Business Section carries a feature by Jenny Hirschkorn titled 'At the coalface' on Julia Nagle Conservation and the challenges of conserving modern and contemporary art. http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/art-conservator-is-expert-at-doing-the-dung-thing-9tf3p69s6

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2nd November 2015

The team at Julia Nagle Conservation has treated the iconic painting, 'The Battle of Isandlwana' by Charles Fripp. The painting needed conservation treatment before it can be re-hung in the National Army Museum's new Battle gallery. The National Army Museum recently visited to film this lovely video, in which Julia explains what we were doing to the artwork.

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20th October 2015

Claire Shepherd, a former intern at Julia Nagle Conservation, will be presenting 'Surface Tensions: the Painting Techniques of Prunella Clough' at The Courtauld Institute of Art on 30th October 2015. Claire has recently returned to the UK from the Yale Center for British Art in the United States, where she was a Postgraduate Research Associate in Paintings Conservation. She is The Courtauld's Caroline Villers Research Fellow for 2015-16, and will be investigating the painting techniques of Prunella Clough, a post-war British painter.

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18th September 2015

Julia was recently interviewd by Dalya Alberge about the proper handling, packing and transporation of paintings in order to prevent damage. The article is now available on the Financial Times website and as a pdf.

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18th August 2015

Today's article in the Guardian, "How Banksy's policeman got his legs back: tales from art's emergency ward" features Julia Nagle and the studio. Click here to read the piece by Andrew Dickson.

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23rd April 2015

Julia Nagle and her colleague Lyndsay Morgan of Patina Art were interviewed at the studio about the concerns surrounding the conservation of contemporary art.  The interview will be featured in a debate titled "Do we care? Should we care? Issues surrounding the conservation of contemporary art".  The debate will take place on May 19th at the Royal Institution in conjunction with Hiscox insurance. For more information about the event and ticket sales, click here

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13th March 2015

Julia Nagle is speaking to an invited audience at TEFAF in Maastricht today from 12:00 -1:00 pm in the AXA ART Lounge 800.  The topic of the talk is 'Art is Fragile' and focuses on best practices to preserve and care for art works, highlighting simple ways collectors can benefit from advances in preventive conservation made in the museum world, and from professional conservation advice before they buy.  To read more please see Axa Art's press release here

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12th March 2015

Julia Nagle mentors a student for Pitch it!, an oganization that promotes creativity and confidence, and provides a professional atmosphere for teenagers in Hackney who wouldn't otherwise have access to the wide variety of careers in creative industries.  A short video highlighting several students in the programme can be viewed here, and more information about Pitch it! can be read here.  

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19th February 2015

'art is fragile'

Julia Nagle will be leading a discussion on preserving the value of art through proper care at the TEFAF Maastricht art fair. The event, 'art is fragile',  has been organised by AXA ART Insurance Ltd and will take place on Friday 13 March 2015 from 12 pm - 1pm in AXA ART Lounge 800 at TEFAF. To learn more about the event, please see the Press Release (pg 1 and pg 2).

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11th February 2015

Julia Nagle is featured in an interesting article in the Financial Times about what happens when contemporary art is considered to be beyond repair. Click here to read John Sunyer's piece 'The twilight world of 'zombie art''. 

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3rd February 2015

Julia Nagle is featured in the Guardian today! Click here to read Thomas Howells' piece 'How do I become...a painting conservator'.