In May 2008, the World Monuments Fund (WMF), in collaboration with the Northwest Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in Italy (NIAUSI), is convening an international symposium at Civita di Bagnoregio, Pitigliano, and Orvieto to develop effective conservation strategies for the tuff towns
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Bonnie Burnham, President of the World Monuments Fund (WMF), today announced the 2010 World Monuments Watch. For more than 40 years, WMF, a nonprofit organization, has worked to preserve cultural heritage across the globe. The 2010 Watch includes 93 sites now at risk, representing 47 countries.
Modernism at Risk: Modern Solutions for Saving Modern Landmarks, an exhibition organized by the World Monuments Fund (WMF) and sponsored by Knoll, Inc., will travel to design schools and other venues across the U.S.
Bonnie Burnham, president of the World Monuments Fund (WMF), announced today that WMF, in partnership with the City of Newburgh, the National Park Service, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh, and the Newburgh Preservation Association, is launching a field school for high-school students thi
Bonnie Burnham, president of the World Monuments Fund (WMF), announced today that WMF has taken on a multimillion-dollar project at the medieval Abbey of San Clemente a Casauria, which was badly damaged in the April 6, 2009, earthquake that struck the Abruzzo region of central Italy.
Miami Marine Stadium, an icon of modern architecture currently threatened with demolition, has taken an important step toward potential restoration.
Florida Southern College, a remarkable ensemble of buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright, is the subject of “Child of the Sun”: Florida Southern College, an exhibition of stunning photographs by Robin Hill at the Charles Cowles Gallery in Chelsea.
Bonnie Burnham, president of the World Monuments Fund (WMF), announced today that WMF, with funding of nearly $700,000 from the U.S. Department of State, is launching “The Future of Babylon,” a major new project at the famed ancient city that lies in modern Iraq.
Bonnie Burnham, President of the World Monuments Fund (WMF), announced today that actress Jeanne Tripplehorn, who currently stars in HBO’s critically acclaimed series, Big Love, has agreed to serve as a spokesperson for WMF, the leading independent organization devoted to saving the world’s most
World Monuments Fund (WMF) has recently completed three important projects in France, initiated by WMF Europe: the 17th-century Choeur des Religieuses (or nuns’ choir) in the Couvent de la Visitation in Moulins, the 18thcentury Salon de Musique in the Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal in Paris, and the 1