Hacke Artcare

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View in Danish or in other languages. What is Hacke Artcare? Our work for museums and private collections. Read about our methods and care. Contact us for a free price-quote.

References:

Art Conservator Mette Hacke

1972-1976
'The Old Town'
National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture
Conservation Department
Art Conservator
1975-1980
Aarhus Museum of Art (ARoS)
Conservation Department
Art Conservator
1982-1998
The Joint Conservation Association of Danish Museums
Department West
Art Conservator
1992-
Hacke Artcare
Founder

Art Conservator Bent Hacke

1958-1970
Statens Museum for Kunst
Conservation Department
Art Conservator
1970-1982
Aarhus Museum of Art (ARoS)
Conservation Department
Art Conservator
1982-1998
The Joint Conservation Association of Danish Museums
Founder
Lead Conservator
 
Hacke Artcare
Retired

Read about our extensive experience restoring danish and international art.

Art Conservator
Mette Pfeiffer Hacke
Tel. +45 86 18 82 41
Hacke Artcare
Sjællandsgade 119, 1. sal
8000 Århus C.
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Asger Jorn painting during restoration by Art Conservator Mette Hacke

Independent studio for conservation- and restoration of art since 1992

Hacke Artcare was founded in 1992 by Mette Hacke. She is a qualified Art Conservator, with an extensive experience in art restoration and conservation. She now primarily restores old and contemporary paintings, sculptures and mixed-media art, her specialty since 1975.

We restore age-related damage to artwork, as well as rescue art affected by fire, water, vandalism and the like.

Painting damaged by fire, before and after restoration
Painting damaged by fire, before and after restoration

Hacke Artcare is fully qualified to handle art (modern and old), frame gilding and reconstruction, furniture restoration as well as some paper conservation. We have a workshop with state-of-the-art equipment and employ the newest methods to ensure a gentle and fully restorable conservation. Much of our equipment and chemistry has been developed by Bent Hacke, but has since been universally adapted by the world's art conservators.

Among these innovations are the Low Pressure Heat Seal Table, reversible reinforcement methods for canvas and more recently Mette Hacke's advanced, reversible composite lining methods.


We always use the best quality, authentic pigments and will go to great lengths to preserve your works of art. We provide free price-quotes, and will always refer you to a qualified colleague if your requirements are out of our field of expertise.

Our studio in the centre of Aarhus, Denmark
Our studio in the centre of Aarhus, Denmark

Our studio is located in the centre of Aarhus. We routinely assist in the packaging and transportation of art across Denmark and Europe and also restore art in-situ. Please contact us for advice, should you need to transport your artwork to our location. We can assist you personally or refer you to a qualified carrier.

©1998-2012