The International Art and Restoration Fair in Florence is a cultural event of international significance and important for the restoration, protection and preservation of heritage in Italy.
The City of Florence, acts as the heart of international restoration of cultural and environmental heritage, as well as a meeting place and forum for experts, professionals and enthusiasts in the industry from all over the world.
In partnership with EXPO 2015, the Hall will host the 18th International Assembly of ICOMOS: the International Council on Monuments and Sites. An important gathering of 1500 international delegates who discuss the theme of "Heritage and Landscape as Human Values". It is therefore an objective of the exhibition to promote collaborations with international partners and to organize B2B meetings, aimed at stimulating partnerships between Italian and foreign companies to inform on the latest research and trends.
2014 will host delegations from Twin Towns Friends and promotional videos, transmitted in accordance with the International Relations Office of the City of Florence. The strong point for the exhibition will be the presence of the Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism, with a stand on official events. The agreement of MiBACT, the fourth edition of the exhibition makes clear of the capillary action as it takes on the entire national territory and beyond.
Florence, the capital city of culture and art and restoration, is ideal for hosting institutions, companies, publishing houses, schools and restorers from around Italy and the world. The Precious Stones and many other important institutions have always attracted the attention of the public and the international scientific community of the city.
The Salon, employs a prestigious Technical - Scientific Committee and an Executive Committee that are advanced in observatory, mentoring and critical awareness of cultural activities (exhibitions, events, seminars, workshops etc.) and have been held during the event, which proposes relevant points of view on culture, scientific research, and development of innovative technologies in the industry.
The editions of the International Art and Restoration for Florence
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