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Inge-Lise Eckmann, museum official.

Background

Eckmann, Inge-Lise was born on October 17, 1950 in New York City. Daughter of Alexander John and Grethe (Tvenstrup) Eckmann.

Education

Bachelor, Bennington College, 1971. Master of Arts, State University of New York, Cooperstown, 1974.

Career

Conservator, Fine Arts Museum San Francisco, 1975-1976;co-director conservation, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1976-1986;chief conservator, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1986-1989;acting chief curator, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1989;deputy director for curatorial affairs, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, since 1989. Lecturer art department University of California, Davis, 1976-1977. Conservation consultant California.State History Collections, Sacramento, 1973-1982, California State Capitol Restoration, Sacramento, 1979-1981, Tel Aviv Art Museum, 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to technical journals, chapter to book.

Membership

Fellow International Institute for Conservation History and Artistic Works, American Institute for Conservation History and Artistic Works (chairman membership committee 1981-1988, chairman officers nominating committee 1988-1989). Member Western Association for Art Conservation (president 1977-1978), Bay Area Art Conservation Guild (founding), Museum Management Institute (Jean Paul Getty trustee 1990, admissions committee since 1991).

Connections

Married John Roger Lane, November 20, 1992.

father:
Alexander John Eckmann

mother:
Grethe (Tvenstrup) Eckmann

spouse:
John Roger Lane