Linn Kristin Solheim
I am a paintings conservator at the Historical Museum in Oslo. My job is to examine painted objects on canvas or wood. I study which materials they are made of, which painting techniques have been applied and what condition they are in. At the museum, I work mostly with objects from the Medieval collection and objects that will go on display in our exhibitions, or be sent on loan to other institutions. In addition to this, it is also my responsibility to follow up challenges regarding the indoor climate in storage areas and exhibition rooms.
I have worked ten years at the Munch Museum in Oslo. My responsibility was to condition check and perform the conservation of Munch`s paintings before exhibitions or loans. I was also the conservation departments coordinator for the conservation, packing and move of the Stenersen Museum`s collections and later also the Munch Museum`s collection. I`ve also worked at The Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) for half a year, with the conservation of church art, painted historical interiors and the project management for the move of KODE Museum`s collections.
- Aasen, Lise Chantrier; Solheim, Linn Kristin & Tveit, Eva Storevik (2015). Munch unstretched: 50 ways to hang your painting, In Tine Frøysaker; Noëlle Lynn Wenger Streeton; Hartmut Kutzke; Francoise Hanssen-Bauer & Biljana Topalova-Casadiego (ed.), Public Paintings by Edvard Munch and His Contemporaries: Change and Conservation Challenges. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISBN 9781909492387. EdMunch-14-Chantrier.indd. s 166 - 180
- Topalova-Casadiego, Biljana; Kausland, Kristin; Jong, Fredrik; Aasen, Lise Chantrier & Solheim, Linn Kristin (2012). Conservation of Edvard Munch's paintings for relocation to a new building: a project in progress at the Munch Museum, In Ida Antonia Tank Bronken; Susan Braovac; Tone Marie Olstad & Anne Apalnes Ørnhøi (ed.), Moving Collections. Processes and Consequences. Archetype Publications Ltd.. ISBN 978-1-904982-84-5. Artikkel. s 147 - 154