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Magic of Conservation
复原真实色彩的兵马俑是此次展览的“明星展品”,陈列了彩绘绿面跪射俑和彩绘紫衣御手俑等文物。_副本.jpg 观众在用多媒体互动展示感受不同朝代的服饰_093210.jpg 西周文物伯椃虘簋是首博馆藏文物,是由残片修复而成,展览之名“_093208.jpg 观众在参观古代织物、印刷品等使用的染料展品_093207.jpg 清代文物设色山水洒金笺折扇_093212.jpg
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  • A purple-brown gold painted lace cloth of and a restored Chengdu Laoguanshan Han Tomb jacquard loom of the Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279) are on display in Capital Museum in Beijing on May 28
  • A visitor uses a multimedia interactive display to experience the costumes of different dynasties
  • A bronzeware of the Western Zhou Dynasty (around 1100 - 771 B.C.) is restored from severed fragments
  • People view the exhibit of dyestuff used in ancient fabrics and printed materials on May 28
  • A colored mountains and water-sprinkled gold paper fan
  • 复原真实色彩的兵马俑是此次展览的“明星展品”,陈列了彩绘绿面跪射俑和彩绘紫衣御手俑等文物。_副本.jpg
  • 观众在用多媒体互动展示感受不同朝代的服饰_093210.jpg
  • 西周文物伯椃虘簋是首博馆藏文物,是由残片修复而成,展览之名“_093208.jpg
  • 观众在参观古代织物、印刷品等使用的染料展品_093207.jpg
  • 清代文物设色山水洒金笺折扇_093212.jpg

What happens to cultural relics during the whole process from being unearthed to well restored?

An exhibition showcasing the results of the work and devotion of specialists brings the past back to life. From Terracotta Warriors to bronzeware, silk pieces and paintings, the 50-odd cultural relics gathered inside a gallery of the Capital Museum in Beijing pay homage to those cultural relic doctors who gave them a second life in the public eye.

The exhibition, running from May 18 to August 17, entitled Pursuing Eternity: Conservation of Museum Collections opened to the public on May 18.

The exhibition gathers the cultural relics and related auxiliary exhibits from 10 provinces, cities and 23 cultural institutes and museums, displaying the history of cultural relic protection in China. It also serves as an in-depth introduction to the scientific cognition methods and restoration techniques used for cultural relics, further presenting the latest achievements in their protection.

The exhibition also introduces the most advanced techniques adopted in cultural relic conservation such as augmented reality technology.

(Text and photos by Wei Yao) 

Copyedited by Elsbeth van Paridon 

Comments to weiyao@bjreview.com 

 

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