Daniel Hausdorf is Associate Conservator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. After completing a three-year cabinetmaking apprenticeship in 1999, Daniel studied the conservation of wooden artifacts at the University of Applied Science in Potsdam, Germany, and completed internships at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Daniel joined The Met in 2007. His responsibilities include the technical examination and treatment of furniture and wooden objects in the Departments of Modern and Contemporary Art, Asian Art and the Lehman Collection. Since 2014, Daniel has been coordinator of the ICOM-CC working group for wood, furniture, and lacquer.
 
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Daniel Hausdorf