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El proyecto La pintura mural prehispánica en México: su labor en la difusión y conservación del patrimonio pictórico mesoamericano, en: México. Restauración y Protección del Patrimonio Cultural, Esempi Di Architettura no. 26, Italia, vol. I, pp. 307-324, abril de 2014, editado por Olimpia Niglio.
Since 1990, the project La Pintura Mural Prehispánica en México has been devoted to register, study and interpret Pre-Columbian murals from a multidisciplinary point of view in order to bring them to larger audiences and help in their conservation.
The results of the project are aimed to both specialists and the general public; these include exhibitions, publications and digital resources, as well as conferences, courses and workshops presented by its members. Virtual reality models of architectural spaces have been developed for and presented at Ixtli, UNAM´s visualization observatory, and we have a unique photographic mural painting archive that contributes to its preservation and increases every year. A great achievement was the creation of “Museo de la Pintura Mural Teotihuacana Beatriz de la Fuente”, the only Mexican museum devoted exclusively to Prehispanic mural painting. Thus, the project contributes in the appreciation and conservation of the Mesoamerican pictorial heritage.