Discover the power of sculpture at the Thiel gallery

 

15 June – 29 September 2019

In the exhibition Gustav Vigeland – The power and feeling of sculpture, visitors can experience a wide spectrum of Gustav Vigeland’s sculptures. As transport partner, MTAB has been responsible for transport, packaging manufacture, installation and conservator services.

The Norwegian sculptor and artist Gustav Vigeland would have turned 150 years old this year, and this is being commemorated by The Thiel Gallery with an exhibition produced in partnership with Vigeland Museum in Oslo. Gustav Vigeland – The power and feeling of sculpture is showing Vigeland’s art in Stockholm with works from the period 1890–1940.

Discover a sculptor who, throughout his whole life, dedicated himself to the human – body, soul and our relationships

says Museum Director Patrik Steorn, the Thiel Gallery.
Thielska Galleriet MTAB Fine Art Logistics

Much more than art transport

MTAB Fine Art Logistics is participating as proud transport partner of the exhibition. Ahead of the transport, MTAB was responsible for the planning and manufacture of custom-built transportation boxes. It was also MTAB that was responsible for collection of the works in Oslo and their transport to the Thiel Gallery in Stockholm.

All works were installed on site by MTAB’s personnel. During installation, the conservator from the Vigeland Museum, Ingebjørg Mogstad, collaborated with MTAB’s own conservator Elisabeth Geijer on permit reports and mounting.

Thielska Galleriet MTABAs a conservator you are an asset throughout the exhibition process – from selecting art works to installation and maintenance of the works being exhibited. The conservator’s technical know-how and knowledge of materials are qualities that provide added value and a guarantee that the art is well looked after and handled in the correct manner

says Elisabeth Geijer.

Elisabeth GeijerMeet our conservator

As a conservator at MTAB, Elisabeth Geijer’s work involves making assessments of the condition of the art and finding solutions that are appropriate for specific artworks. Art can have different needs in terms of handling, installation, packaging or storage – it is here that Elisabeth ensures that everything is conducted in accordance with current standards and the latest research.

Elisabeth has a support function within MTAB’s operations, and both employees and customers can turn to her with queries regarding the handling and conservation of art. As a conservator she produces permit reports and conducts installation together with our art handlers. Together with Jessica, she also offers courses for couriers.

Where is your art going? Read more about our services within Fine Art Logistics.