Posts categorized as Borrowing and Lending

Conservation Intern Liisi Hakala

Liisi Hakala treating the verso of a Monrad print. Photo by Jennifer Cauchi © Te Papa.

The paper conservation section of the Conservation and Object Support team at Te Papa was pleased to host Liisi Hakala, from Helsinki’s Metropolia University in Finland, for a three month internship from March to June this year. Liisi is about to enter her final year of a four-year bachelor’s degree in paper conservation. Prior to… Read more »

News from Loans – Edwardian Opulence

Way back in April 2012 we agreed to lend the Yale Centre of British Art a painting from our collection for their extravagant exhibition Edwardian Opulence: British Art at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century. The exhibition opened on 28 February 2013 and closes on 2 June 2013 so if you are in New Haven,… Read more »

News from Loans: Angels & Aristocrats at Auckland Art Gallery

Back in August 2012 I alerted you to the glorious exhibition titled Angels & Aristocrats. The exhibition, curated by Mary Kisler, celebrates the rich variety of early European art collected by New Zealand’s public art galleries since the 19th century.  Te Papa is one of those institutions that lent paintings to the exhibition.  In August… Read more »

News from Loans

What’s happening in the world of loans? There are a few exciting exhibitions on in the greater Wellington region that are worthwhile checking out and seeing some of our collection items at other Museums. At the Dowse Art Museum you can see Myths, Monsters & Magical Things from 9 March to 6 June 2013. Myths,… Read more »

News from Loans – December 2012

Opening at the Dowse Art Museum this month on 15 December 2012, is an exhibition titled Saskia Leek: Desk Collection.  The exhibition provides the first opportunity for audiences to see a broad range of Leek’s work and appreciate Leek as an artist whose works may be physically modest in scale, but whose artistic reach is… Read more »