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Our own Ferdinand Saumarez Smith wrote a piece for The Economist about his extraordinary experience visiting Ennedi in Chad and recording rock art. Read it here! Learn more about Factum Foundation´s collaboration with the Trust for African Rock Art (TARA) in Nigeria and Chad.
Having returned from the Valley of the Kings in December 2016, Pedro Miró has begun post-processing the different datasets recorded of the tomb of Seti I. This process involves the production of a facsimile of a section of the tomb in alabaster. Read here a full report on work completed in 2016 in Egypt. Click here for more news.
On Monday 26th December, a team from Factum Arte and many guests took the finished, rematerialised version of a crucifix to Justo Gallego Martínez´s cathedral in Mejorada del Campo, Madrid. The original wooden cross was heavily damaged in a fire several years ago. Click here for more news
A powerful New Yorker article has been published about Factum Arte (here). Daniel Zalewski´s text gives an insight into the world of Factum and explains the processes developed to help contemporary artists realise their ideas and the Foundation's approach to the preservation of cultural heritage. To support the Foundation click here.
The miniature version of the 900 year old Windsor Great Park oak tree, made by Factum Arte, was presented to Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Academy of Arts in London in October to mark Her Majesty´s 90th birthday - and to launch a campaign to plant inner city woods in urban areas around the UK. Read more here.
Craigie Horsfield, Of the Deep Present, Masi Lugano (Lugano), March 12 - July 2, 2017
Alejandro Guijarro, Lead, Tristan Hoare Gallery (London), March 10 - April 21, 2017
Manuel Franquelo, Things in a Room: an Ethnography of the Insignificant, Michael Hoppen Gallery (London), March 7 - April 12, 2017
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