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Beyond forgery : collecting, authentication and protection of cultural heritage / Università degli studi di Padova, Dipartimento dei beni culturali ; edited by Monica Salvadori, Elisa Bernard, Luca Zamparo, Monica Baggio
Ouvrage
Appartient aux collections: Antenor quaderni, 2240-8479, 52, Ghedini, Francesca (19..-....), Roma, 2002-
Publication: Padova : Padova University Press, 2022 • C 2022 Description: 1 volume (440 pages) : illustrations en noir et en couleur ; 30 cmCollection : Antenor Quaderni; 52ISBN: 9788869382925.Langue: Anglais ; Français ; ItalienPays: Italie Co-auteur: Salvadori, Monica, 19..-...., Directeur de publication; Bernard, Elisa, 19..-...., archéologue, Directeur de publication; Zamparo, Luca, 19..-...., Directeur de publication; Baggio, Monica, 19..-...., Directeur de publication Résumé: For centuries, art forgery has threatened our cultural heritage's intagible values and undermined fundamental concepts like public trust, owenership, knowledge, and identity. Moreover, honest copies and digital technologies like virutal or augmented reality nuance the uniqueness on which the protection of cultural objects is based. "Beyond forgery : collecting, authentication and protection of cultural heritage" explores the blurry notions of original, fake, and copy, the stimuli to forgery and its implications, and the authentication techniques from a historical perspective and within a broader discourse about securing cultural heritage. The book includes some reflections on forgery and art collecting and the role of museums in representing authenticity. The relationship between forgery and illicit trade in cultural goods is also addressed. Gathering contributions by scholars in the fields of archaeology, art history, history, anthropology, philosophy, museum studies, legal studies, psychology, and natural science, this book offers a wide perspective on some of the most significant threats and challenges our cultural heritage has posed and poses to us. Acknowledging such threats and challenges is crucial for understanding, protecting, and valorizing our cultural heritage..Note de contenu: Résumés en anglais au début des contributions Item type: Ouvrage List(s) this item appears in: MOM - 1 - Nouveautés - Novembre 2023 | MOM-ACL Année 2023 | MOM-ACL Novembre 2023
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Lyon : MOM - Bibliothèque de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée Libre accès Papier ACL N8580. B4 2022 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 168596

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Résumés en anglais au début des contributions

For centuries, art forgery has threatened our cultural heritage's intagible values and undermined fundamental concepts like public trust, owenership, knowledge, and identity. Moreover, honest copies and digital technologies like virutal or augmented reality nuance the uniqueness on which the protection of cultural objects is based. "Beyond forgery : collecting, authentication and protection of cultural heritage" explores the blurry notions of original, fake, and copy, the stimuli to forgery and its implications, and the authentication techniques from a historical perspective and within a broader discourse about securing cultural heritage. The book includes some reflections on forgery and art collecting and the role of museums in representing authenticity. The relationship between forgery and illicit trade in cultural goods is also addressed. Gathering contributions by scholars in the fields of archaeology, art history, history, anthropology, philosophy, museum studies, legal studies, psychology, and natural science, this book offers a wide perspective on some of the most significant threats and challenges our cultural heritage has posed and poses to us. Acknowledging such threats and challenges is crucial for understanding, protecting, and valorizing our cultural heritage.

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