Throughout the five continents, from Rai International’s geostationary satellites, the signal is coming clear and strong: the Goppion Laboratorio Museotecnico represents excellence in exhibition and preventive conservation systems for museums all over the world.
Titian’s Donna allo Specchio (Woman in a Mirror) by Tiziano Vecellio was exhibited at Palazzo Marino, Milan, from December 3rd to January 6th. The work of art, from the Louvre, was protected by a micro-climate controlled glass case made by the Goppion Laboratorio Museotecnico, News(…)
The record-making glass cabinet for the Quarto Stato has been delivered. “General rehearsal for Milan’s Museo del Novecento (Museum of the Twentieth Century), the new exhibition centre that is going to be inaugurated on December 6th next. Goppion, the company that has been putting(…)
“The Walk of the Workers”, the 1902 painting by Pellizza da Volpedo that opens the way around the exhibition at the Museo del Novecento (Museum of the Twentieth Century) is protected by a 5.50 x 2.80 metres glass membrane created by Goppion and placed at a distance of 1.80 metres(…)
In ‘Wired’, men and women who contribute towards making Goppion great are defined “carpenters of memory”. This epithet springs from the pen of Raffaele Oriani, author in the monthly magazine dedicated to new technologies, of the article, “This is Why the Mona Lisa(…)
After over four years of work, on 25 September 2010 the Lille Museum of Modern Art reopens in the north of France. The original 1983 complex is now extended and has a new appearance and a new name: “LaM - Métropole Museum of Modern, Contemporary and Outsider Art”. The(…)
If you direct your faces towards one of the glass cases that protects icons of world art and history, like the Leonardo da Vinci Codex at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin, the Dead Sea Scrolls in Jerusalem or the crown jewels of the Queen of England in the Tower of London remember that(…)
Goppion is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Infinity of Nations exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in New York City. We are proud to have been chosen by the Smithsonian to participate in the design and construction of the(…)
The Goppion Laboratorio museotecnico is proud to announce the reopening, on the 25th July, of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. In the presence of people representing the country’s most important offices, the opening will celebrate the conclusion of extension work applied to the entire(…)
From July 18th to August 18th 2010 the Church of Sant’Erasmo in Porto Ercole will be hosting the exhibition on Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio entitled “Chiuder la vita”. The exhibition, promoted by the Ministry of Culture, by the Council of Monte Argentario and by ENI, is(…)
What do Leonardo’s Mona Lisa and the British Crown Jewels have in common? Or the stele of Hammurabi and the Museum of the acropolis of Athens? What connects the Egyptian galleries of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge to the galleries of Greek sculpture at the Fine Arts Museum in(…)
Professor Paolo Galluzzi, Director of Florence’s Museo Galileo: “The glass cases (of the new museum) are state-of-the-art both in terms of conservation as well as in terms of being easy to use. Impressive machines, a fine balance between design and technology”.
On June 10th the Museo Galileo, Institute and Science Museum, reopen to the public. The objects exhibited are displayed in display cases made by the Goppion Laboratorio Museotecnico in Milan
“This structure was created by a working group that was made up of restorers from the Board for Cultural Heritage and Preservation (Paola Borghese, Andrea Carini and Sara Scatragli), of the art historian, Mariolina Olivari and by the superintendent, Caterina Bonn Valsassina. She has(…)
Designed by Aldo Aymonino for the MAXXI, table display cases for temporary exhibitions, in modular versions and supported by steel sheets like pieces of origami. The new glass cabinets will be on display in Rome from May 27th onwards.
On March 20th the Eastern Wing of the Museum of the Army is reopening its doors in Paris. The objects shown to the public are being exhibited in glass cabinets made in Italy by the Goppion Laboratorio Museotecnico. After four years of work, the 68 million ATHENA museum renewal project is(…)
Musée du Louvre. Galerie de la Venus de Milo et de la Melpomene. (Inauguration : July 6th, 2010)
They’ll be setting sail in Spring and, crate by crate, will be shipped up the River Hudson from Staten Island to Manhattan. The glass cases produced in Italy for the National Museum of the American Indian will be filing past the Statue of Liberty in May. The museum is part of the(…)
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of the American Indian announces the opening of Infinity of Nations Oct. 23
There’s an Italian hand being given to the Museum of Anthropology of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, in Canada, that will be opening its doors next weekend. Important objects bearing testimony to the civilisations of the Native Americans, alongside precious collections(…)
The long-awaited reopening of the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver will unveil treasures which are being exhibited in glass cabinets made in Italy by the Goppion Laboratorio Museotecnico workshop. The treasures are examples of artefacts from the(…)
In order to pull the Museum of Anthropology of British Columbia University into the 21st century, Shelton (the Museum Director) wanted to employ the most advanced levels of technology as well as the highest standards of design. In other words, Italian furniture in the library, in the lounge(…)
122 glass cases, produced by the Goppion Laboratorio Museotecnico in Milan, will be protecting the wall paintings of the Dynasty (618 – 907 AD), discovered in the imperial tombs of Xi’An. They are extra-large glass cases – up to 12 metres long and 5 metres high) that have(…)
Reopening after the rebuilding of the areas for the permanent exhibitions of the museum’s collections – May 2010