Registration of work
The works in the Collection follow a rigorous inventory procedure upon arrival at the Museum, in addition to being subject to a detailed photographic report on their conservation status. After being assigned a unique and non-transferable registration number, each work is photographed and a set of standardised data is collected, such as the author, title, creation date, technique, dimensions, provenance and value. This information is legally registered in the Museum’s registration book and is systematically entered into the Collection management database.
The next step is cataloguing. Contracts and legal acts, the protection regime currently in force and other information or studies related to the work, such as installation instructions, management of exhibition or reproduction rights, in which exhibitions it has been shown or in which catalogues or books it has been reproduced.
The systematisation of information allows us to identify the works that constitute our fonds, recover them and ensure their preservation for future generations