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Tate Conservation

Updated on 05/08/2008

The central role of the Conservation Department is to care for Tate's collection to ensure that it is available for future generations to enjoy. In doing so, conservators must find ways to protect works of art from deterioration, while making them accessible to the viewing public.

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