Business program

Thursday, October 21, 2021
Friday, October 22, 2021
Saturday, October 23, 2021

Conference hall No. 1, Amphitheater

10:00 – 10:30 Exhibition overview by official delegations
10:30 – 11:00 The opening ceremony of the VI International Specialized Exhibition for the Preservation, Restoration, Use, Popularization of Cultural Heritage, Redevelopment and Museum Technologies "denkmal, Russia - Moscow"
  • Welcome speech by Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin
  • Welcoming speech by Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation Olga Lyubimova
  • Welcome speech by Mayor and Alderman for Urban Development and Construction of the City of LeipzigThomas Dienberg
11:00 – 12:30 Plenary session "Objects of cultural heritage in the context of the modern city. Actual methods of adaptation of objects"
An integral part in ensuring the preservation of cultural heritage sites is their effective use in modern society. Success largely depends on the choice of methods and economic model of adaptation of objects with historical and cultural potential. What are the ways to rationally use historical architectural monuments and integrate them into the economic life of the city?

  • International and Russian experience in preserving and regenerating cultural heritage sites
  • Modern opportunities for re-profiling architectural monuments
  • Programs and methods of economic incentives, specifics of their application

Ksenia Poveshchenko, Director of services to government agencies and public organizations at PWC
Sergey Cheremin, Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations
Alexei Yemelyanov, Head of Moscow City Cultural Heritage Department
Sergey Kuznetsov, Deputy Chairman of Moscow City Architecture Committee, Chief Architect of Moscow
Dr Wolfgang Hockel, Leipzig Cultural Foundation
Thomas Dienberg, Mayor and Alderman for Urban Development and Construction of the City of Leipzig
Gergely Nagy, Vice-President ICOMOS, Hungarian National Committee
Alexey Menshov, Director of Agency for the Management and Use of Monuments of History and Culture of the Ministry of Culture
Anastasia Nadeeva, Head of Foreign and Cultural Heritage projects Directorate at APEX Project
Alexei Tulupov, President of the development company Sminex, President of the development company Sminex
13:00 – 14:30 Round table "The practice of price formation in the restoration and renewal of historical and cultural monuments".
14:45 – 16:15 Conference "New Life of Old Buildings: the Role of Redevelopment in the Preservation of Historical Architecture"
The city consists of structures from different times. New generations of people adjust the environment to themselves, continuing to use the same objects. As a rule, in old urban buildings that are scheduled for redevelopment, it is necessary to carry out extensive restoration work, to rethink their format, to create a new concept of use. What redevelopment methods are being used now? What is the investment component of redevelopment? The legal issues of this process?

Discussion topics:
A house with a history: unnecessary encumbrance or added value
New attractions in the city: experience in unlocking the potential of buildings and territories through revitalization
Heritage management and new use of cultural heritage
Legal aspects of work with redevelopment sites

Denis Kolokolnikov, Director General, RRG

Ekaterina Fonareva, Sales and marketing director of KR Properties
Viktor Kazakov, Director General of KrashMash Group
David Biniashvili, Director of Development of co-working spaces «Klyuch»
Olga Mishchenko, Head of Real Estate, Construction and Public-Private Partnership Practice, Law Office «Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners»
Steffen Sendler, Managing Partner, Sendler & Company, Berlin/Moscow
Larisa Afanasieva, General Director of Meeting Point
Denis Kolokolnikov, Director General, RRG
16:30 – 18:00 Conference "Topical Issues of Cooperation between Russia and Germany in the Turnover of Cultural Property"
The main purpose of the conference is to present the achievements and proposals for the implementation of the Document on Authenticity adopted at the Nara Symposium by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), Directive (EU) 2018/843 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2018, Regulation (EU) 2019/880 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union of 17 April 2019.

Discussion topics:
  • Projects to fulfill the requirements of the European Union for the import of cultural property.
  • On the results of international cooperation in the creation of the draft standard "Evaluation of Cultural Property".
  • On the participation of Russian restorers in the international project VirtEx.
  • Modern intellectual technologies for diamond identification.
  • Organization of examination and evaluation of unique jewelry by the example of the Habsburg dynasty necklaces.

Alexander Eliseev, Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, laureate of the State Prize of Russia, honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts, head of the Guild of experts, appraisers and specialists in cultural property turnover at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Guido Kemmerling, Head of Cultural Department, Embassy of Germany
Alexander Gagarin, Ph.D. in Economics, President of "Collegium of Experts and Appraisers of Jewelry and Antiques
Holger Birkholz, art historian, art theory researcher, curator of exhibitions of contemporary art and media art, organizer of the Russian-German exhibitions of the Albertinum Museum of Fine Arts (Dresden, Germany), associate professor at Dresden Technical University
Alexander Kozmin, first category artist-restorer, art historian, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, associate professor, head of restoration workshop at the Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute
Natalia Sharova, restorer, member of the Union of Restorers, member of the International Art Fund
Vladimir Sklyaruk, Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, General Director of the Diamond Research and Technology Center, a subsidiary of the ALROSA Group
Mikhail Kurepov, Chairman of the Expert Council of the Business Union of Appraisers, General Director of Profit Line, member of the Royal Society of Appraisers of England
Nikolay Tishchenko, General Director of NT-Consulting


12:3014:00 Conference "Preservation of Cultural Heritage Objects of Religious Importance"
Garik Sangulia, Deputy Minister of Culture of the Republic of Abkhazia
Pavlina Yudina, Head of Department of Restoration Programs of the Committee for State Control, Use and Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments in St. Petersburg
Prof. Manfred Gerner,president of the ARGE Association
14:30 – 16:00 Conference "Modern antiquity: possibilities of redevelopment for work with historical sites"
The future of the city is unthinkable without the preservation of history. At the same time, cities are developing, the needs of citizens and their understanding of comfort are changing, and technology is reaching a new level. The redevelopment of an old building allows you to preserve the historical component, adapting the project to modern requirements. What is the economic side of the redevelopment issue and how do we explain the constant interest of investors in these projects? What are the peculiarities of working with historical buildings?

Discussion topics:
  • The economics of redevelopment: what aspects to consider in advance in order not to exceed the budget
  • Risk assessment of historical buildings
  • Conversion and new formats of use
  • The use of innovative materials and new technological solutions for working with the historic site


11:00 – 13:30 Seminar «The Technology of Information Modeling in the Restoration of Cultural Heritage Objects»
Opportunities, prospects and risks of introducing information modeling technologies at all stages of projects in the sphere of preservation of objects of cultural heritage will be discussed with representatives of the professional community.

Elena Kopylova, Rector of the Institute of Restoration Art
Sergey Golubev, General Director of "Project Portal"

Mikhail Kotlyarov, Deputy director of ARBITEC design department
Ilya Fedulov, General Director of "Progress-builders" California
Ilya Usov, Project manager of BIMLIB, the official provider of SMART Data Dictionary
Karen Bashiyants, Head of the Project Office and Training Center, member of the working group on the pilot introduction of BIM technologies under the Russian Ministry of Construction
14:00 – 15:30 Conference "Current Problems of Assigning Buildings the Status of a Monument of Architecture"
The city constantly faces the problem of decaying monuments of architecture. While some historic buildings are being reconstructed and restored, others are deteriorating, threatened with demolition, or at risk of becoming newly constructed. The solution to the problem of preserving the city's architectural heritage must take into account economic, historical, cultural and ethical aspects as well as strike a balance between historical preservation and the creation of a comfortable modern urban environment.

  • Save at any cost? Problems of declaring buildings as architectural monuments. Comprehensiveapproach to historical and cultural expertise
  • Opportunities for public-private partnership: mechanisms for making architectural heritage restoration projects attractive for investors
  • Legal mechanisms for preserving monuments of architecture
  • Modern ways of including architectural monuments in the economic turnover of the city
16:30 – 18:00 Round table "Improvement of historical environment: the balance of heritage and modernity
Today the participants of the town-planning sphere face the difficult task of forming the high-quality urban environment, preservation and transformation of places of interest and historical districts. The careful restoration of the historical building and its inclusion in the economic life of the city contributes to a balanced and sustainable development of the territory. What is necessary for the full development of the territories, taking into account the preservation of the historical unity and the use of new technologies? What are the basic principles of work with historic architecture?

Discussion topics:
  • Creation of "living" public spaces in a historical context
  • Practice of inclusion of industrial heritage in the urban environment
  • Architectural solutions which preserve the individual characteristics of historical buildings
  • Approaches to landscaping while ensuring the preservation of the historic environment

Andrey Litvinov, Director of Urban Studies Center at Sirius University

Moscow Government Stand

10:00 – 18:00 Workshops
  • Restoration of the wooden door of the Abrikosov House
  • Clearing the artistic canvas "Meat Industry" at VDNKh
  • Clearing tombstone of A.V.Lapteva at Donskoe Necropolis
  • Creation and restoration of Mettlach tiles
  • Restoration of stucco works (ECOBAU)
11:00 – 12:15 Seminar-presentation "Photogrammetric techniques in working with architectural monuments"
Photogrammetric methods allow to solve successfully many problems of architectural monuments preservation and research. Modern digitization technologies are used in the development of scientific and design documentation and allow solving a wide range of tasks related to the study and restoration of cultural heritage objects.

Discussion topics:
  • What is laser scanning and photogrammetry?
  • Use of Photogrammetry Methods in Cultural Heritage Preservation
  • Advantages of technology and future trends in its use

Alexander Peshkov, Head of Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry Projects at Alexandiir Photogrammetry
12:30 – 14:15 Seminar-presentation "The Demand for Authenticity. Cultural heritage objects as new points of attraction"
In the context of modern city development the questions of historical and cultural monuments integration into the urban environment are of particular importance. Restored objects of cultural heritage get a second life, fulfil their historical function again and become new points of attraction.

Discussion topics:
  • Modern House of Culture: revived historical building of GES-2 as a new cultural cluster
  • Port of the Five Seas. Northern River Station as an example of comprehensive area development
  • Constructivism monuments: realized and planned projects
  • Examples of restoration and adaptation of cultural heritage sites
Elisabetta Fabbri, Head of the Restoration Workshop, Venice
14:30 – 16:15 Seminar "Peculiarities of preservation and state protection of cultural heritage sites - apartment buildings"
The preservation of apartment buildings-monuments is one of the important aspects of interaction between citizens, state structures, private and public organizations. If a residential building has historical and cultural value and is included in the register of cultural heritage objects, the owners of the premises are imposed additional obligations to preserve, maintain and restore the monument of architecture. At the same time, the owners are not always able to fully assume these obligations and various mechanisms of state support are required.

Discussion topics:
  • Problems of compelling owners of cultural heritage sites that are apartment buildings to carry out preservation works;
  • Making requirements for preservation of cultural heritage sites in apartment buildings to owners and other legal owners of cultural heritage sites and management companies (liability limits)
  • Problems of fulfilling the protection obligations by the owners of cultural heritage sites, which are apartment buildings
  • Mechanism for co-financing the renovation of cultural heritage sites, which are apartment buildings, from the budget
  • Dismantling overhead equipment, additions, attics, structures, and balconies (including property issues)

Philip Smirnov, Deputy Chairman of the Commission on Culture and Cultural and Historical Heritage of the Public Chamber of Moscow, Editor-in-Chief of the magazine "Moscow Heritage"

Artur Keskinov, General Director of the Moscow City Capital Repair Fund
Oleg Golosnoy, Head of Territorial Control Office, Department of Cultural Heritage of Moscow
16:30 – 18:00 Conference "Technologies of natural stone restoration on the objects of cultural heritage"
Natural stone has a fairly high strength and longevity. One of the advantages of this material is its high repairability. Professional restoration of natural stone, one of the most common materials, allows you to save the historical appearance of many objects of cultural heritage.

Discussion topics:
  • Natural stone on cultural heritage sites, stone species and applications. Mechanisms of destruction of natural stone and types of reducing the strength of masonry.
  • Complex engineering-technical research on cultural heritage sites as a basis for choosing technology of conservation and restoration of natural stone masonry on the example of Spaso-Preobrazhensky Solovetsky monastery.
  • Restoration of stone vaults of the Castle of Hachenburg (Germany). Restoration of waterproofing of underground stone structures.
  • The main aspects of conservation and restoration of white stone masonry on the cultural heritage sites.

Sergey Shibaev, Technical Director of REMMERS LTD

Yulia Loginova, Deputy Head of the Department of Cultural Heritage of the City of Moscow
Marco Mustin, Founder and Owner of Abdichtungstechnik Mustin Germany
Anton Savchenok, Chief Specialist, Department for Historic and Cultural Landmarks and Historical Environment Protection, Committee for State Control, Use and Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments, St. Petersburg
Antonida Gustova, Restoration Engineer of the top category
Irina Leushina, Head of the group of authors of the Center of Modern Technologies Ltd.
Leonid Bobrov, Chief Technologist, REMMERS Ltd.
Alexei Snedkov, Director, Sirius Project Ltd.


13:00 – 13:30 Solemn start ceremony of the international competition "Young Restorers"
Host of the ceremony:
Dmitry Tuzov, Head of Department "Restoration and woodworking", SBVEI of Moscow city "College 26 KADR".
14:00 – 14:30 Presentation "From an idea to a comprehensive approach in restoration. Experience of Agio Group of Companies"
15:00 – 15:30 Presentation "University City: The Architecture of Meanings".
Nowadays, under the conditions of outrunning demands for science, technology and effective education, a convergent vision of social and educational elements of production and distribution of knowledge as a basic characteristic of postindustrial society is in great demand. One of the historically tested answers to the demands of the time is the creation and development of university cities, where a unified social, educational and communicative space is formed. Problems, hypotheses, and examples of successful global and Russian experience form a peculiar architecture of meanings, about which the authors argue in popular terms.

Conference hall No. 1, Amphitheater

10:00 – 18:00 ICOMOS (National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites) International Symposium, Russia
with the participation of leading Russian and international experts in the field of cultural heritage preservation, who are members of the International Council on Monuments and Sites


10:0011:30 Conference "Development of the Restoration Industry: Modern Technologies and Prospects"
Restoration is a science and art, combining deep knowledge of history, understanding of the theory and practice of architecture, the peculiarities of design and construction. Despite the fact that the industry is quite conservative and rich in tradition, at present it also has room for innovative technologies and materials. What factors do determine the development of the restoration industry in the nearest future? What steps can be taken to achieve a coordinated work of all parties involved in the project: the government and builders, architects and art historians, technologists and material manufacturers, as well as many other specialists?

Discussion topics:
  • Restoration as a holistic process: problems of interaction between the parties involved in the project to restore a historical and cultural monument
  • Actual issues of legal regulation in the restoration field
  • Modern solutions in the application of traditional and innovative materials
  • Problems of optimal technological solutions
  • New approaches in preservation of cultural heritage using digital tools

Arseny Vorobyov, lecturer at the Department of Artistic Restoration of Furniture at the Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
Alexei Kharitonov, Deputy General Director of AGIO Group of Companies for Science
Dr. Wolfgang Hockel, Leipzig Cultural Foundation
Alexander Kuzmin, Specialist for business development and support in building sales and commercial infrastructure of production companies "Nevskaya Palitra" and "Kraski Fridländer
11:50 – 13:20 Round table "From Renovation of Housing to the Strategy of Urban Development"
Moscow is a city with a rich and eventful history. Different epochs have left their imprint on it, creating a unique combination of styles and a unique look of the Russian capital. Each district of Moscow has its own individual and unique social and cultural code.
At the moment the capital is implementing an urban development project on an unprecedented scale connected with the renovation of the housing stock: several thousand residential buildings are being demolished, new residential areas are being built and hundreds of thousands of people are being resettled.
How to ensure modern development of the city and at the same time preserve the unique historical and cultural heritage of Moscow?

Discussion topics:
  • Renovation programs: preservation of buildings of historical and cultural value.
  • Strategies for the development of urban districts: cultural codes and modern urban planning solutions.
  • New life of historical buildings: reconstruction and functional use.

Ilya Doronov, Managing Director of RBC-TV
13:40 – 15:10 Panel discussion "Open-air museum: modern aspects of management and formation of historical and cultural environment"
Russian regions have a huge potential for the development of cultural and educational tourism. In this regard, the creation and transformation of open-air museum complexes using the cultural fund and fragments of the natural landscape is of particular importance. The modern museum-reserve becomes a full-fledged participant of the service market, and this requires the search for new approaches to the management of the museum object and the selection of relevant methods of museum communication.

Discussion topics:
  • Innovative approach in the development of museum-reserves as an effective way to preserve cultural heritage
  • Modern principles of museum complex management, taking into account architectural environment, intangible heritage and landscape environment
  • Formation and enrichment of excursion programs taking into account territorial socio-cultural characteristics
  • New approaches to heritage interpretation: current forms of museum communication
  • Possibilities of modern information technologies for increasing the effectiveness of museum complex performance and accessibility of cultural heritage
  • Trends in multimedia solutions for museum and exhibition spaces

Olga Taratynova, Director of State Museum-Reserve «Tsarskoye Selo»

Inal Jopua, Chief Specialist of the Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Abkhazia
Philip Hinz, Manager of International Project Development of the tonwelt Group of Companies
Igor Strikalov, Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Staroryazan archaeological expedition
Vadim Ovsyannikov, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts
Aleksandr Balinchenko, Director of the Alupka Palace and Park Museum-Reserve
Olga Titova, Head of Management and Development of the World Heritage Site Kizhi Pogost, Kizhi Museum-Reserve
Oleg Kardash, Director of the Institute of Archeology of the North, Ph.D. in History, archeologist
Viktoria Gaevskaya, Head of the Grants Division, Institute of Archeology of the North
15:30 – 16:30 Panel discussion "New Technologies and Old Buildings: Opportunities and Limits of Use"
Can modern materials (e.g. UPVC windows) be used when working with historic buildings and objects of cultural heritage? It is the duty of the restorer (and any cultural person in general) to treat the historical heritage with the utmost care, ensuring that it is preserved as well as possible. But what to do if an old house becomes not only uncomfortable, but begins to pose a real danger to those who live or work in it? Is the use of new materials and technical solutions appropriate in such cases, and if so, with what restrictions and under what conditions?

Discussion topics:
  • Preserve cannot be remodeled? Modern technologies in old buildings: European experience and Russian realities.
  • Experience in the practical use of window units made of modern materials in historic buildings.

Sergey Elnikov, Head of PR and communications of VEKA Rus

Andrey Okulov, Head of Technical Department of VEKA Rus
Svetlana Romanovskaya, Deputy Director of restoration company «KultRassvet»


10:30 – 12:00 Panel discussion "Ways to improve industry standards in the field of cultural heritage preservation".
14:30 – 16:00 Round table "Import Substitution in Restoration. Opportunities and difficulties of Russian producers".
As of today there is no normative base and methodical recommendations defining marginal values of technical parameters of restoration materials. Laboratories that conduct expert evaluation of materials exist, for example, on the basis of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. But they cannot issue a certificate of compliance, because there are no criteria and values for such compliance.
Each cultural heritage site is unique, and the approach must be individual, but there must be unified methods and standards that define the limits and characteristics of the restoration materials that can be used in the restoration of a particular type of cultural heritage.
Manufacturers of restoration materials, technologists, restoration architects, experts and users of the cultural heritage will take part in the discussion and develop a strategy for further steps to solve existing problems.

Tatiana Katilova, General Director of LLC "Kraski Fridlender", member of the Supervisory Board of JSC "Nevskaya Palitra"
Yulia Loginova, Deputy Head of the Department of Cultural Heritage of Moscow

Anton Romashko, Project Manager of "Runit" LLC, economist in Agio
Dmitry Redkin, business development director LLC «Runit», leading technologist, manager of public relations and volunteer organizations.
Tatiana Chernyaeva, vice-chairman of the Russian Association of Restorers, vice-chairman of the Council of the Leningrad Regional Branch of the Russian Society for the Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments.
Elena Antonova, head of the Department of scientific restoration of monumental sculpture at State Research Institute of Restoration, honorary restorer of the city of Moscow
Alexey Petrushkevich, vice-director of State Research Institute of Restoration, Candidate of Historical Sciences
Pavel Kotelnikov, head of the Department of scientific restoration of metal works at State Research Institute of Restoration, restorer of the highest category
Sergey Shibaev, Technical Director of «REMMERS» LTD
Vladimir Burakov, general Director at LLC «Research and Production Company «Kolomenskie kraski»

Moscow Government Stand

10:00 – 18:00 Workshops
  • Restoration of the wooden door of the Abrikosov House
  • Clearing the artistic canvas "Meat Industry" at VDNKh
  • Clearing tombstone of A.V.Lapteva at Donskoe Necropolis
  • Creation and restoration of Mettlach tiles
  • Restoration of stucco works (ECOBAU)
10:00 – 12:00 Round table "Professional education in the field of restoration. Competences of the future for modern specialists"
Nowadays, the value of cultural heritage is becoming more and more important for society. It means that the process of training qualified personnel in the field of cultural monuments protection and restoration is of particular importance. A young professional must have a serious knowledge base and meet the requirements of the modern market. What problems does the educational industry face in the field of restoration? How are professional standards changing and what methods will help to bring the restoration profession to a new quality level?

Discussion topics:
  • Professional qualification attestation and evaluation of restorers. Problems and approaches.
  • Requirements for restoration personnel and possibilities of their training in educational institutions
  • Sharing the best international restoration experience in the training of restoration personnel
  • Training of restoration specialists in new technological processes
  • Practical training of young restorers.
  • Training programs for restoration specialists. Actualization of FSES

Dmitry Tuzov, Head of Department "Restoration and woodworking", SBVEI of Moscow city "College 26 KADR".

Nadezhda Yanovskaya, Head of Department of Restoration at the Orthodox Svyato-Tikhonovsky University for the Humanities
Vyacheslav Fatin, President of All-Russian Public Organization "Union of Restorers of Russia
Patricia Robel, Director of Business Development, Department of Dual Vocational Education, German Foreign Trade Chamber
Olga Karpakova, Director General of the Union of Restorers of Saint Petersburg
Maria Ryadova, Chief Architect - Head of design and estimate department of the State Museum Reserve "Tsarskoe Selo", Deputy Chairman of the Russian Association of restorers
Ekaterina Kozyreva, head of the department of security zones of the Committee for State Control, Use and Protection of Monuments of History and Culture, St. Petersburg
Ekaterina Satel, artist-restorer of the highest category, Head of the section for tempera paintings of the Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Head of the department for restoration of museum collections in the Kolomenskoye Museum, Head of the restoration department of the Moscow Academic Art College, Honored restorer of Moscow

Prof. Manfred Gerner, president of the ARGE Association
Dr. Wolfgang Hockel, Leipzig Cultural Foundation
Patricia Robel, director for vocational education, German-Russian Chamber of Commerce Abroad
Luciano Maggi, restorer and CEO of the company Decorart snc di Maggi Luciano e Osvaldo
12:30 – 14:30 Student scientific conference "The profession of the restorer"
Professional restorers are educated at higher and specialized secondary educational institutions. Traditionally, the stand of the Moscow Government at the exhibition "denkmal, Russia - Moscow" becomes a platform for the presentation of the achievements of future restorers. Students will present their practical work in the field of restoration before representatives of the professional community.

Maria Kucheryavykh, Chief Architect of projects (restoration and adaptation) of Stroystandart Service LLC
15:00 – 16:15 Lecture "Profitable Houses in Moscow. Details to be preserved"
At the beginning of the 20th century in just over ten years (from 1900 to 1914), Moscow changed greatly. During this period many tenement houses appeared, built by the outstanding architects of the time. How was the lodging house arranged, where did the customer live, who came in the early morning from the back door? What has remained in Moscow tenement houses: floors, ceilings, attics. The lecture will demonstrate many antique objects: broom tiles, falconier blocks, door handles, and even forks and plates from the buffets of the tenement houses in Moscow.

Maria Survillo, local historian and creator of the "Moscow from Grandma's Treasure Box" project
16:30 – 18:00 Conference "Modern ways to popularize architectural monuments"
One of the main tasks in the field of preservation and restoration of cultural heritage monuments is to popularize information about them. Thanks to an integrated approach to ensuring public accessibility, cultural heritage sites are becoming an integral part of the life of a modern city. The determining factor is the interaction of specialists in different fields: public authorities, professionals in the field of science and culture, tourism industry and media representatives.

Discussion topics:
  • Transition from the protection of individual objects to the integrated protection of the historical and cultural landscape
  • Ensuring public accessibility to architectural monuments
  • Digital technologies in promoting cultural heritage sites
  • Formation of new excursion and tourist routes
  • Practical application of tools for the promotion of the World Heritage Site «Temples of the Pskov School of Architecture»

Maria Lisenkova, Deputy Director - Head of Department "Management Service of the UNESCO World Heritage Site" of the State Autonomous Cultural Institution « Research and Production Center for Monuments Protection»
Angelina Goloshchapova, Head of Press Service Department of the Agency for the Management and Use of Monuments of History and Culture (AUIPIK)
Anton Ivanov, Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Saint-Petersburg Branch of the All-Russian Society for the Protection of Monuments of History and Culture
Yulia Bakhareva, Advisor to the Chairman of the Committee for State Control, Use and Protection of Monuments of History and Culture, St. Petersburg
Yulia Zhukova, Member of the Moscow Union of Artists


10:00 – 11:45 REMMERS AWARD 2021 "Preserving the Past, We' re Creating the Future."
Discussion topics:
  • Practical experience in the restoration of roofs and facades on the example of the cultural heritage site "The Manor of Kupets Tupikov", Ekaterinburg
  • Adaptation of cultural heritage sites to contemporary use and solution of the problem to prevent salt migration on the example of Fedorovsky town, Pushkin, Leningrad Region
  • Restoration of the facade and restoration of the historical decorative elements with preservation of authenticity by the example of the ensemble of the housing estate, Izhevsk
  • Reconstruction of the Dynamo Stadium with Terrazit plaster for decorative facades, Moscow
  • Preservation of Cultural Heritage Objects of VDNKh, Moscow

Sergey Shibaev, Technical Director of "REMMERS" LTD

Andrey Babich, General Director, REMMERS LTD
Vitaly Chachin, Managing Director of CityBuilding Group of Companies
Vladimir Kuznetsov, SpetsProekt Restavratsiya
Yulia Loginova, Deputy Head of Moscow Department of Cultural Heritage
Elena Dyagileva, Director of Stroitelnye Sistemy LTD
12:00 – 12:30 Public lecture "Protection of murals in operating churches from candle soot. A New Approach to the Restoration of Monuments with Oil and Fresco Tempera Paintings".
The new technology was developed at the Department of Restoration of Monumental and Decorative Painting of the Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry and has already been successfully used on many monuments. Its peculiarity is that it protects (and thus preserves) murals from candle soot after restoration, does not change their color and tonal composition, and is easily removed together with soot during subsequent restorations (or allows for intermediate washing of soot).

Vladimir Buryi, Professor, RM Department, Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
Natalia Borisova, Executive Head of RM Department, Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
13:00 – 13:30 Presentation Fund "Attention"
Attention" is a charitable fund for the preservation of Russia's historical heritage. The foundation assists in fundraising, advises and helps save our country's cultural heritage from destruction. The director of the fund is a journalist and architect Ilya Varlamov.
Roman Ushakov, the fund's coordinator, will talk about cooperation opportunities for businesses, government institutions, students and volunteers.

Roman Ushakov, Coordinator of the Foundation "Attention"
14:00 – 14:30 Presentation Machine-Drawn Glass for Restoration - Aesthetics and Functionality for Monument Glazing
Vlasdislav Sanikovich, SCHOTT AG
14:30 – 15:00 Presentation Energetic building insulation and its basics
Plastic-based capillary water barriers against capillary moisture, lime / salt efflorescence, mold in the living room, to save heating energy and prevent soiling and algae growth on facades or sidewalks

Ralf Dieter Rupnow, MEGAPHOB GmbH
15:00 – 15:30 Presentation Mineral glazes in natural stone restoration
Marija Senneke, Keimfarben
15:30 – 16:30 Masterclass Soft Particle blasting – a new method for gentle dry cleaning
Especially for filigree, fragile and brittle objects and materials the soft particle blasting is very suitable. In the various divisions of restoration and conservation this technique has been established.

Maren Duemmler, Deffner & JohannGmbH

Conference hall No. 1, Amphitheater

11:3013:30 International Scientific Colloquium "Scientific and Technical Approaches to the Restoration of Icons "*
  • Photogrammetric Documentation of the Restoration and Preservation of Historical Monuments (The Case of the Russian Orthodox Church in Leipzig)
Gunnar Siedler, Head of Focus Gmbh

  • A virtual experiment with wooden art objects, preventing damage caused by climate change in the natural environment by means of digital modelling
Prof. Dr. Michael Kaliske, Institute for Structural Analysis, Technical University of Dresden

  • Technology of the restoration of the "Last Supper" icon of the Russian Orthodox Church Leipzig
Dr. Christoph Herm Institute of Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden
Oliver Tietze Dipl.- restorer, Technical University of Dresden

  • Icons restoration in a Russian Orthodox Monument Church: customer's requirements, evaluation of results, and practical experience
Alexei Tomyuk, Candidate of Theology, Prior of the Russian Orthodox Church of Leipzig.

  • Movable constructions in preservation of wooden painting bases
Philip Bobrov, Ph.D., prof.

  • Palette and technique of Pskov icon painters. New findings
Yuri. Bobrov, Ph.

  • Purification of Icons Using Nano-Gel Technology." The new method was developed as part of a European research project by
Ralph-Uwe Johan, CEO Deffner & Johann, Germany, Referent from Norway

  • Technical and technological and restoration studies of late Russian iconography
Elena Lavrentieva, Ph.D. in Art History, Researcher, Department of Scientific Restoration of Tempera Paintings, State Research Institute of Restoration
Victor Baranov, Leading Researcher, Department of Scientific Restoration of Tempera Paintings, The State Research Institute of Restoration, Ph.

  • The Icon «Mandylion» by XIV century from the collection of the Andrei Rublev Museum. Restorer`s observations
Olga Trufanova, head of scientific restoration department of the Central Andrei Rublyov Museum of Old Russian Culture and Art

  • The icon "The Holy Trinity (The Hospitality of Abraham) with Venerable Anthony and Theodosius of Pechersk. Restoration results
Alexei Borisov, artist and restorer of tempera paintings at the Scientific Restoration Department of the Andrei Rublev Central Museum of Old Russian Culture and Art

  • Restoration and study of the Deesis of Kargopol from the collection of the Andrei Rublev Museum
Anastasia Timokhina, artist and restorer of easel tempera paintings of the third category of the scientific restoration department of the Andrei Rublyov Central Museum of Old Russian Culture and Art.

*The event will be held in a mixed format


11:00 – 12:30 Round table "Actual Problems of Preserving and Restoration of Wooden Architecture Monuments"
The sphere of work on the preservation of wooden architecture monuments is complex. On the one hand, there are obvious successes, on the other hand, the mass of damaged objects and certain difficulties in realization of preservation projects force us again and again to focus on the discussion and comprehension of possibilities to solve urgent problems. The situation changes every year, new data and new questions appear.
Experts will discuss the current state of wooden heritage preservation, evaluate the efficiency of the state efforts and public initiatives, summarize the results of the recent years' work, and analyze the ways and possibilities of the future work.

Andrei Bode, architect-restorer, Ph.D., researcher at the Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture and Urban Planning, director of the Autonomous Nonprofit Organization "Tradition".

Igor Shurgin, Senior Researcher at CARENSY Restoration Company
Archpriest Alexey Yakovlev, Head of the volunteer project "Common Cause. Revival of Wooden Cathedrals of the North".
Alexander Lyubimtsev, Kizhi Museum-Reserve, leading specialist of the All-Russian Rakhmanov Center for Wooden Architecture Preservation
Olga Zinina, Architect-restorer, Deputy Director of Autonomous Nonprofit Organization for Research and Restoration of Wooden Architecture Monuments «Tradition»
Alexander Shcheglov, Deputy Director of the ViS firm
Anna Ermakova, Architect-restorer, Autonomous Nonprofit Organization for Research and Restoration of Wooden Architecture Monuments «Tradition»
Prof. Manfred Gerner,president of the ARGE Association
13:00 – 14:00 Seminar "Specifics of restoration of monuments of monumental sculpture made of non-ferrous metal: the question of patina"
Monumental sculpture is traditionally one of the main decorations of the city space. There are more than eight hundred monuments in Moscow alone, many of which were performed by prominent masters and are rightfully considered works of art. The traditional material for monuments is non-ferrous metals. Despite their apparent stability, aggressive atmospheric conditions significantly affect their preservation.
The seminar will deal with the problem of preservation of monuments of monumental sculpture made of non-ferrous metals. The main emphasis will be made on in-depth study of the concept of patina on copper alloys, the specificity of its formation, the variety of natural and artificial coatings. The reports will also highlight the experience of applying chemical cleaning methods, in particular the use of various industrially produced rinses.

Anastasia Makarova, Academic Secretary of State Research Institute for Restoration

Pavel Kotelnikov, head of department for scientific restoration of metal works, high category artist-restorer
Mikhail Daineko, General Director of Aviation Paint Technologies, Candidate of Chemical Sciences
Dmitry Dmitriev, Head of Research and Development Department, LLC Aviation Varnish Technology, PhD in Chemistry
14:30 – 16:00 Panel discussion "Adaptation of architectural monuments, the art of the impossible?"
In addition to their historical and artistic value, architectural monuments usually have a direct material, utilitarian value. This is their specific distinction from the works of other types of art that are preserved as objects of cultural heritage. The utilitarian value of monuments of architecture, as used immovable property, has a subordinate value in relation to their artistic and historical value, but it is this feature that allows the historical settlements to live and develop, because the buildings are the main place of human habitation.
However, the adaptation of architectural monuments in accordance with the requirements of the constantly changing social structure of society and living conditions leads to a conflict of interests. Structural and technological transformations in buildings often do not coincide with the principles of conservation of heritage objects and their object of protection.
The purpose of the panel discussion is to define the key positions for improving the methodological and legal foundations for the regeneration, renovation and reconstruction of old buildings and creating prerequisites for the long-term operation of cultural heritage without damaging the historic image and valuable architectural and artistic elements. The task of adjusting monuments should not be reduced to compliance with a system of restrictions

Sergey Kulikov, Chief Architect, Central, Scientific Restoration Design Studios, a unitary enterprise of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
Irina Zaika, Scientific Secretary of the Heritage Council of the Union of Architects of Russia

Irina Markina, Chairman of the Heritage Council of the Union of Architects of Russia
Nikita Yavein, Head of architectural studio "Studio 44
Larisa Lazareva, architect-restorer
Anastasia Nadeeva, Head of Foreign Sites and Cultural Heritage Sites Directorate, APEX Design Bureau


11:00 – 13:00 Student scientific conference

Moscow Government Stand

10:00 – 18:00 Workshops
  • Restoration of the wooden door of the Abrikosov House
  • Clearing the artistic canvas "Meat Industry" at VDNKh
  • Clearing tombstone of A.V.Lapteva at Donskoe Necropolis
  • Creation and restoration of Mettlach tiles
  • Restoration of stucco works (ECOBAU)
10:00 – 15:00 Open Scientific and Practical Seminar "World Cultural Heritage as a Factor in the Sustainable Development of Modern Society"
The seminar deals with the issues of preservation of cultural heritage and intercultural communications in the aspect of social and cultural phenomena, raises the questions of trends and traditions of development of world civilizations and intercultural communications at different stages of historical development. In particular, the objects of cultural heritage of Russia and Moscow are viewed in the system of the world civilizations and intercultural communications.

Discussion topics:
  • Ancient cities as a phenomenon of a special Russian way. History and Modernity
  • Tatar-Mongol yoke. To the question of terms and influence of the East on the cultural heritage and modern life of the Russian people
  • The development of cities from ancient to modern and the differences between the civilizations of the Ancient East, Middle East, Western Europe and Russia
  • The influence of antiquity and ancient civilizations on modernity. Can we call the ancient civilization dead?
  • East Slavic civilization (Kievan Rus) in the era of fragmentation. Novgorod and Moscow - alternatives of civilizational development of Russia
  • Influence of the Western European traditions on the formation of the architectural style of Moscow in the 18th-19th centuries
  • Influence of Eastern traditions on the formation of the architectural style of Moscow in the 18th-19th centuries

Leonid Kondrashev, Deputy Head of the Department of Cultural Heritage of Moscow - Chief Archaeologist of Moscow


10:00 – 10:45 A series of short lectures "Restoration of Ceramics".S.G. Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry together with D.I. Mendeleev Russian Chemical Technology University
Julia Yaseneva, lecturer, Department of Artistic Ceramics at the Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry

1. Restoration of the ceramic decor of the Gateway Church of St. Peter and St. Paul of St. Joseph-Volotsky Monastery.
Peculiarities of production of restoration copies for restoration of tile decor of half-columns of the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul of St. Joseph-Volotsky Monastery. The process of material selection, design solutions. Restoration of tiles at the site.
Konstantin Patov, Senior Lecturer, Department of Artistic Ceramics at the Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
Nadezhda Avdonina

2. Restoration of a porcelain cupid cup holder from Meissen Porcelain Manufactory based on a model by M.V. Asier.
Methods of restoration of porcelain sculpture. Application of modern materials and technologies in the process of restoration of the porcelain group "Podchasnik with Cupid" from the Meissen manufactory of the 18th - early 19th centuries.
Konstantin Patov, senior lecturer, Department of Artistic Ceramics at the Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
Maria Goncharova

3.Methods of restoration of ceramic tiles in the interiors of the Sandunov Baths (jointly with the D.I. Mendeleev Russian Chemical Technology University).
Villeroy und Boch: technological peculiarities of production and recreation of Mettlach tiles. Specifics of ceramic tiles in the interiors of Sandunovky baths. Experiments on the selection of near-original ways of making restoration copies resistant to the conditions of an aggressive environment. Silk-screen printing, its technical possibilities as applied to restoration.
Julia Yaseneva, lecturer, Department of Artistic Ceramics at the Stroganov Moscow State Academy of Arts and Industry
Ekaterina Korsakova
Yana Schmerling
11:00 – 11:30 Public lecture "The adaptation of religious buildings, their preservation in the modern world"
History of the appearance of religious buildings: purgatories, catacombs, temples before the Nativity of Christ, their adaptation at the beginning of Christianity. Construction of religious buildings, and restoration as objects of cultural heritage (historical and architectural monuments) with adaptation of functional purpose to the modern conditions of human society.

Larisa Lapshina, Interregional Public Organization "Union of Moscow Architects
12:00 – 12:30 Award ceremony for the Best Architectural, Engineering and Construction Projects of 2021.
13:00 – 13:30 “Best Stand” Award Ceremony
15:00 – 15:30 Young Restorers” Contest Award Ceremony
16:00 – 16:30 “denkmal, Russia — Moscow” closing ceremony
• Speech by Leonid Kondrashev, President of the ICOMOS, Russia
• Speech by Markus Geisenberger, CEO of LMI - Leipzig International Fair
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