Turnkey museum relocation: Bovis Fine Art Paris transport the artworks from the Museum of the Navy in Paris
In this November of 2023, a major cultural event lights up the Parisian scene: the eagerly awaited reopening of the Museum of the Navy at the Palais de Chaillot. After more than six years of renovations, this cultural gem regains its splendor, ready to welcome the public once again. Such an achievement would not be possible without the exceptional contribution of the Bovis Fine Art Paris teams, who played a crucial role in every phase of this extraordinary project.
Handling and transport of a historical relic: the Emperor’s Canoe from Paris to Brest
The initial stages of the project required unique expertise. The Bovis Fine Art Paris teams handled the delicate transport of the famous Emperor’s Boat, laying the groundwork for an exceptional museum relocation. This complex transport demanded meticulous attention and unparalleled expertise to ensure the preservation of this historical relic during its journey from Paris to Brest.
Meticulous preparation: custom crate fabrication and packaging for artwork conservation
Even before the commencement of renovations, the Bovis Fine Art Paris teams took on the challenge of preparing the artworks of the Museum of the Navy. Precision was key in the fabrication of custom crates and tailored packaging, ensuring optimal protection for the artworks throughout the restoration process.
Artwork transport: tailored journeys for cultural preservation
Transporting artworks demands a unique expertise, a skill set that Bovis Fine Art Paris has mastered. The teams orchestrated tailor-made journeys, prioritizing the safety and integrity of the exceptional pieces from the Museum of the Navy. Each step of the route was meticulously planned to guarantee a smooth and secure journey.
Architectural challenges: handling large-scale models and delicate reinstallation
The Museum of the Navy, home to large-scale models, presented unique architectural challenges. The Bovis Fine Art Paris teams met these challenges with excellence, executing delicate and complex handling operations. The reinstallation of artworks in the renovated museum attests to the unmatched professionalism they demonstrated.
Exemplary expertise: opening the museum facade for the largest artworks
Transporting the most imposing artworks required remarkable technical feats. The Bovis Fine Art Paris teams showcased exemplary expertise by opening the museum facade to accommodate these exceptional pieces. Delicate handling and complex operations were successfully executed, emphasizing an unwavering commitment to cultural preservation. The reopening of the Museum of the Navy in Paris is a collective celebration of art and heritage, made possible by the expertise and dedication of the Bovis Fine Art Paris teams. We share this success story with particular pride, a testament to our commitment to excellence in the transport and preservation of artistic treasures.