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PRÉSENTATION
Phimai en cours d’anastylose : assemblage au sol des blocs du motif sommital sous l'œil de P. Pichard, 1967, Fine Arts Department © P. Pichard
Phimai en cours d’anastylose : assemblage au sol des blocs du motif sommital sous l'œil de P. Pichard, 1967, Fine Arts Department © P. Pichard
Monument Conservation in Asia, Séminaire en l'honneur de Pierre Pichard @ Siam Society
31 MARS 16
Monument Conservation in Asia
Festschrift Seminar Honouring Pierre Pichard
Thursday, 31st March 2016, 7:00 p.m. at the Siam Society

Summary:
Since his first contribution in restoring the temple of Phimai in Thailand 50 years ago, Pierre Pichard has continuously played a critical role in the conservation of monumental heritage in Asia. Architect and Director of Research at the French School of Asian Studies (EFEO), he has been a renowned conservation expert regularly called on numerous consultancies for UNESCO and other international organisations in various places in Asia, from India to Bhutan, Vietnam to Cambodia and Laos, Myanmar to Thailand. On the occasion of his 80th birthday and his retirement in France after such a long and productive stay in Asia, it is a great pleasure for the Siam Society to announce an international Festschrift Seminar in honour of Pierre Pichard.

Program:


  • Cocktail reception from 6:30 –
        7:00 p.m.

  • Valedictory speech by H.E. Vira
        Rojpojchanarat, Minister of Culture

  • Southeast Asian Monuments on the World Heritage List:
        Global Significance and Conservation Challenges
    , by Mr
        Etienne Clement, former Director, UNESCO Apia

  • Conservation
        and Cultural Integrity: The Cases of Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar
    , by Ms
        Patrizia Zolese, Chief Archaeologist, and Ms Mara Landoni, Conservation
        Architect, Lerici Foundation

  • Introduction
        and Evolution of Anastylosis in Thailand
    , by Dr Pornthum
        Thumwimol, Landscape Architect, Fine Arts Department, Thailand

  • Panel discussion with speakers
        moderated by Dr Christophe Pottier, EFEO

  • Concluding remarks by Mrs.
        Bilaibhan Sampatisiri, President of Siam Society

  • Closing
        comments by Pierre Pichard



The lecture will be held at the Siam Society's Auditorium and will start with a small reception at 6.30 pm. The lecture will start at 7:00 p.m. Free of charge.


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