American Institute for Conservation

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Sponsoring & Attending: AIC 50th Annual Meeting in Los Angeles

If you are heading to The American Institute for Conservation, in Los Angeles between 13th – 17th of May, stop by booth #412 to meet the Opus team. This year is the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of the American Institute for Conservation, inviting introspective and innovative contributions to the field of cultural heritage preservation. We’ll look forward to seeing you there.

Opus Instruments is the world leading specialist in infrared reflectography, used in the fields of art conservation, restoration and provenance research. IRR is a non-invasive method of studying a painting by looking beneath the visible layers of paint. If you are looking to create detailed, high-quality, high-resolution infrared images, Apollo is the camera for you. Weighing at just 12 kilograms, the Apollo is both portable and accessible, ready to follow wherever the research takes you.’

Visit the AIC website for further information.

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