Aline Leclercq, trained in various European countries and conservator for over seven years, already collaborated to numerous international projects. She presents a complete and varied knowledge of the subject, and update frequently her skills as conservation is constantly evolving.
Working for preserving and passing a patrimony to the next generations, every intervention is legitimate and always undertaken respecting the ethical rules of the profession. A treatment will always be the result of a serious study of the object, its composition, its condition and its historical context.
Aline Leclercq offers her services as a book and paper conservator, able to work on any artefact that is fully or partially made with paper. She also offers her knowledge in preservation and conservation for other activities as courses, workshops, professional formation, etc.
The intervention will be guaranteed stable in time and realized by an experienced and qualified professional. The high-level quality is insured as aesthetically than ethically.
Any intervention requires a reflection about the respect of both ethical issues and a suitable and efficient conservation treatment. A treatment will never be either systematic or automatic.
Just before the arrival of the Covid-19, Atelier DeLibro moved to Aotearoa and set up.
The Universidad de Granada (Grenade University, Spain) is gathering conservators in these series of video-conferences.
e 16 Ter open the doors for guided visits to anybody interested to discover and.