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The Great Age of the Seljuqs

One of the most productive periods in the history of the region from Iran to Anatolia (in modern Turkey) corresponds to the rule of the Seljuqs and their immediate successors, from 1038 to 1307. The Seljuqs were a Turkic dynasty of Central Asian nomadic origin that established a vast, but decentralized and relatively short-lived, empire […]

See you in Montreal!

Wendy, Mike and Van will be participating in the joint meeting of the American Institute for Conservation and the Canadian Association for Conservation  May 14 to 17 in Montreal.  The theme of the meeting is Preparing for Disasters and Confronting the Unexpected.  Hopefully, neither will be required. Stop by Booth #207 to see our magical […]

The Met Reveals the Met Breuer

Today the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new building, the Met Breuer (former home of the Whitney Museum of American Art) opens to the public. The new building will be focused on the museum’s contemporary collection, and kicks off with Unfinished, a study of works that were never completed, sometimes intentionally, sometimes not. Read more

Up To Speed!

We are proud to have made a small contribution to the re-opening of Louisville’s famous Speed Museum of Art. SmallCorp made the railings and shelves for the Leight Gallery, as well as about a dozen exhibit case vitrines. The museum opens today with a marathon 30 hour opening session! SmallCorp Shelves and Railings at the Speed […]

Off The Wall!

SmallCorp is pleased to have played a role in the latest exhibition at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.  The exhibition features a selection of the museum’s collection, temporarily relocated from the original palazzo to the new contemporary wing to allow for restoration projects in the original building.  This is unusual, because traditionally, the museum only takes […]

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