ABOUT

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CONSERVATION+CULTURE is a small firm based in Toronto that operates according to the highest standards in the heritage conservation field. It is managed by conservator Vincent Dion working with peers and allied professionals.  

Vincent Dion is a graduate of the Master of Art Conservation Program at Queen’s University (MAC 2016) with a specialization in the conservation of works on paper, photographic materials and new media. He has completed curriculum internships at the Canadian Conservation Institute, the National Gallery of Canada and the Art Gallery of Ontario as well as further professional development at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, and at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC.

From the conservation of fine art on paper to historical documents and maps, archives of photographs taken by monks and assemblage artworks, Vincent has applied his knowledge to various projects in Europe, South-East Asia, and most recently back in Canada. He enjoys problem-solving and working in collaboration with specialists to find solutions that respect the material integrity and life of objects, their intended use and original artistic qualities.

Vincent's expertise has been recognized by his professional peers in Canada and is an accredited member of the Canadian Association of Professional Conservators (CAPC).