The Fall 2015 issue of Preservation magazine features a story on the conservation and restoration of the King Sculpture Court ceiling and clerestory at Oberlin College’s Allen Memorial Art Museum. The museum chose Cleveland-based ICA-Art Conservation to lead this project, which seemed only fitting.
In 1952, six Midwestern museums, including the Allen, founded ICA as a nonprofit, and during the 1980s and ‘90s it was housed in the museum’s Postmodern wing. ICA moved to the historic Vitrolite building in Cleveland’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood in 2003, where it conserves and restores paintings, paper, textiles, and objects, primarily for Midwestern clients.... Read More →
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