The Exhibition presents a recently restored curtain, made in Madras 300 years ago.
All the exhibited objects have been restored by MARO HARUTYUNYAN,
restorer of the History Museum of Armenia.
What are the myths of different peoples about the creation of the world if not “information” kept and restored in collective memory about the past and bygone millions of years ago, about the times when no man and no terrestrial globe existed?
Restoration is a bridge between man and his past that preserves the uinterrupted connection of times, which is the guarantee of security of the present and the future. Restoration is a “perusal” of a fact in the past, which requires knowledge of the language and spirit of the past, a prudent and scared veneration, selfless devotion to bring the past back and to preserve infallibly the harmonious course of times.