Our guest writer, Bill Anderson of ArtGuard, looks at the current state of art protection technologies for museums and private collections.Which Artwork Materials Fade Most with UV?
The most UV-sensitive artwork materials include silk, nylon, colour photographs, 20th century dyes on tinted paper and lake pigments.Art and Colour Temperature
The Colour Temperature of a light source is a measure of its appearance and can decide whether the artwork appears as intended by its author.Protecting Fine Wine Collections from Light Exposure
Wine photoactivates at visible and ultraviolet wavelengths, resulting in odours and tastes which can ruin a luxury wine collection.Krion for Art Collections
Krion is an engineered solid surface from Porcelanosa which has properties ideal for collections of art, antiquities and luxury items.Antique Art and the Light Spectrum
How natural sunlight affects art and how the optical characteristics of SPD smartglass can help to reduce light damage on fragile materials.How to Protect Art from Sunlight Using Smart Glass
How smart glass can reduce light damage on fragile art, antiques and luxury items, at the same time allowing exhibition in photopic vision.Price Traceability In The Art World
How to patch together art world data silos into one coherent real time value chain and where art condition can be traced to price.Natural Light In Museums
This article discusses lighting strategies for museums, galleries and private collections bringing daylight for improved sustainability.Art in the Age of Analytics
Big data analytics has the potential to highlight the traceability which exists in the art world connecting silos across an organisation.