Laboratorio museotecnico Goppion
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Laboratorio museotecnico Goppion is
Founded in 1952, Laboratorio museotecnico Goppion is the name of a manufacturer of display systems for museums. It is a centre for research into both the technical questions related to the museum world (engineering and techniques for the protection and the preservation of works of art and the most suitable method by which they may be displayed) as well as the subjects of museography and museology. The Laboratorio museotecnico Goppion has made the cases for the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom in London and the Multiversity Galleries of Museum of Anthropology at UBC in Vancouver. Indeed, the Annali have been published by the company with contributions from curators, museum directors, cultural superintendents and designers. Study days have been organised in collaboration with the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural Heritage. Laboratorio museotecnico Goppion headquarters is in Trezzano sul Naviglio Milan.
Main exhibits created over the last few years:
- British Museum, London, The Wellcome Trust Gallery (2003).
- The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, The Shrine of The Book (2004)
- Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, (2006)
- Victoria & Albert Museum, London, The Jameel Gallery of Islamic Art (2006)
- The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, The Egyptian Galleries (2006)
- Musée Depertemental del la Ceramique, Lezoux, (2006)
- The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Ceramic Gallery (2007)
- The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, African Gallery (2008)
- The Newseum, Washington, (2008)
- Museo Diocesano di Bitonto (2008).
- Museo Diocesano di Molfetta (2008).
- Museo di Arte Orientale, Turin, Sezione di Arte Cinese (2008).
- Museo Diocesano di Taranto (2008).
- The British Museum, London, Watches and Clock Gallery (2008).
- The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, American Indian Gallery (2009).
- Museo Diocesano di Savona, (2009).
- Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco, (2009)
- Musée de l’Armée, Paris (2009).
Main exhibits currently in progress:
- Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo (in progress).
- The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Bronfman Archaeology Wing (in progress)
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, American Wing (in progress)
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, “Greek Sculpture Gallery” (currently being made)
- Museum of Fine Arts Boston, “Renaissance Gallery (currently being made)
- Xi’An, Shaanxi History Museum, Tang Dynasty Mural Painting Exhibition Hall (currently being made).
- Musée du Louvre. Galerie de la Venus de Milo et de la Melpomene (in progress).
- The Smithosnian Institution, American Indian Gallery (in the planning stage).
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