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Mr T. (Tomas) Markeviĉius

Faculty of Humanities
Capaciteitsgroep Conservering en Restauratie

Visiting address
  • Johannes Vermeerplein 1
Postal address
  • Postbus 94552
    1090 GN Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Publications

    2020

    • Markeviĉius, T., Strand Ferrer, J., & Syversen, T. (2020). Kill-or-Cure Remedy in Edvard Munch paintings: authenticity challenges distinguishing intended weathering from decay by the ravages of time. ENCORE CONFERENCE “The Impact of Conservation-Restoration Education on the Development of the Profession.

    2019

    • Markeviĉius, T. (2019). Articulating authenticity and decision making in authentication of modern and contemporary art (and bridging the gap with scientific attitude). Unpublished. In MACCH and NACCA Conference 2019 ‘Bridging the Gap: Theory and Practice in the Conservation of Contemporary Art’, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, Netherlands, 24-27 March 2019
    • Markeviĉius, T., & Olsson, N. (2019). New methods of precision heat transfer for structural treatment of paintings on canvas. Manuscript in preparation. In Yale University Art Gallery and J.P. Getty Foundation, USA: postprints of Conserving Canvas Symposium, Oct 13-17, 2019
    • Markeviĉius, T., Banks , B., Olsson, N., & Miller , S. (2019). A nanoscale method for non-contact cleaning of sensitive modern oil surfaces using effluent of neutral oxygen atoms. In Cleaning Modern Oil Paintings, CMOP project: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (poster) 2018
    • Strand Ferrer, J., Syversen, T., & Markevicius, T. (2019). The challenge of the ‘kill-or-cure’ remedy. The Munch Museum’s authenticity problem owing to the interpretation and preservation of Edvard Munch works. Aesthetic Investigations, 2(2), 123-143. [details]

    2018

    • Markeviĉius, T. (2018). Cold, warm, warmer use of precision heat transfer in the optimization of hydrolytic enzyme and hydrogel cleaning systems. In L. Angelova, R. Woolbers , B. Ormsby , & J. Townsend (Eds.), Gels in Conservation (pp. 67-72). Archetype Publication Ltd c/o International Academic Projects.

    2017

    • Markeviĉius, T., Olsson, N., Seymour, K., Meyer , H., Reto , H., Borgiolli, L., ... Amorosi , L. (2017). New approaches to an old problem: precision heat transfer method for nuances treatment of contemporary and modern artworks. In 18th Triennial Conference of the International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation (ICOM-CC) Copenhagen, 4 - 8 September 2017, proceedings pp. 67-72 ICOM-CC.

    2019

    • Markeviĉius, T., & Olsson, N. (2019). The kill-or-cure-remedy and authenticity of condition: from weathered paintings by Edvard Munch to ephemeral contemporary art. In AIC's 47th Annual Meeting ‘New Tools, Techniques, and Tactics in Conservation and Collection Care’, 13-17 May 2019, Uncasville, CT, USA American Institute for Conservation AIC .
    • Markeviĉius, T., Angelova , L., & Pardo , L. (2019). Study of new materials for non-contact consolidation of unprotected matte paint media: coupling ultra-low viscosity cellulose ethers with ultrasonic misting technique. In Study of new materials for non-contact consolidation of unprotected matte paint media: coupling ultra-low viscosity cellulose ethers with ultrasonic misting technique American Institute for Conservation AIC .

    2019

    • Markeviĉius, T. (2019). The role of scientific inquiry in authenticity questions:bridging the gap between contemporary art conservation theory and the philosophy of science. Paper presented at Interim Meeting of ICOM-CC Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation Working Group ‘Reflecting on theory, history, and ethics in the conservation of paintings: from sources to the wider social context, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Caparica, 6-7 February 2020, Lisbon , Portugal.
    • Markeviĉius, T., Banks , B., Miller , S., & Olsson, N. (2019). Atmospheric monatomic oxygen system for non-contact nanoscale cleaning of vandalized 20th - 21st century modern and contemporary artworks. 1.

    Award

    • Markeviĉius, T. (2018). Marie Marie Skłodowska-Curie research grant.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2017). Lithuanian Ministry of Culture Educational Grant award.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2010). Kress Art history grant.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2003). J.W. Fulbright Fellowship and Grant Award.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2002). J.P. Getty Fellowship and Grant Award.

    Membership

    • Markeviĉius, T. (2020-2022). European Philosophy of Science Association
      , European Philosophy of Science Association - University of Bristol .
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2018). Marie Skłodowska-Curie Alumnus Association, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Alumnus Association .
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2018). Society for Philosophy of Time SPoT / network for the philosophy of time coordinated by the University of Cologne, Society for Philosophy of Time SPoT / network for the philosophy of time.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2017). International Council of Museum Conservation Committee ICOM-CC, International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation: ICOM-CC.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2008). International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art: INCCA.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (2001). The Fulbright Alumni Association, Fulbright Alumni Association .

    Media appearance

    • Markeviĉius, T. (11-11-2019). Cold, warm, warmer use of precision heat transfer in the optimization of hydrolytic enzyme and hydrogel cleaning systems [Web]. Cold, warm, warmer use of precision heat transfer in the optimization of hydrolytic enzyme and hydrogel cleaning systems - Gels in Conservation conference, International Academic Projects, 2018.
    • Markeviĉius, T. (05-02-2018). Edvard Munch fragile surfaces and cleaning approaches. Edvard Munch fragile surfaces and cleaning approaches; Tate Britain publication online.
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