Curriculum Vitae Gundula Tutt

 

   

1988 – 1992:

Formation at Koch & Wieck Conservator-Restorers in Stuttgart (conservation and restoration of paintings and polychromatic sculpture).

 

1992 - 1996:

Academic studies of conservation of paintings and polychromatic sculpture at the Institut für Technologie der Malerei / Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart.

 

1996 – 2010:

Freelance work in the conservation and restoration of art and cultural heritage in Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria.

 

2002: 

Start of research on new methods to conserve and restore historic vehicles including the preservation of their original materials.

 

2005: 

Formation of  my company OMNIA Restoration in Freiburg/Germany,

start of conservation and restoration work on original paints and coatings, leather and artificial leather, textile materials, wood lacquers and galvanic surfaces on historic vehicles in active use for private and museum collections.

 

since 2005:

(to date)

Numerous conservation and restoration projects concerning historic vehicles, counseling, survey and investigation work in this context (- mainly vehicles from the era pre-WWII)

 

2006 – 2015:

Parallel to the practical work on historic vehicles:

doctoral thesis on „History, development materials and application of motor vehicle painting between 1900 and 1945“ at Institut für Technologie der Malerei / ABK Stuttgart. The doctorate was finished in 2015.

 

2008 – 2014:

International association work in the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciennes (FIVA) as Secretary of the Culture Commission.

Development of the „Charter of Turin“ on preservation, restoration and responsible use of historic vehicles together with the FIVA Culture Commission.

 

since 2011:

(to date)

Ongoing practical work on historic vehicles with projects for german and international collectors.

 

Papers and seminars on historic automobile materials, conservation and restoration techniques in this field and concerning the guidelines of the „Charter of Turin“.

 

Board member of IgFS (Interessengemeinschaft Fahrzeugrestauratoren Schweiz), developing a professional network, advanced training plus an officially recognized formation of skilled crafts and trades for restorers of historic vehicles in Switzerland.

Teaching in the context of this formation, which started in 2015.

 

 

publications:

„The Charter of Turin“ (2014),

                 authors: Thomas Kohler, Gundula Tutt ,

                 Mario De Rosa, Alfieri Maserati, Stephan Musfeld,                  Mark Gessler, Rainer Hindrischedt

 

 

Doctorate on „History, development materials and application of motor vehicle painting between 1900 and 1945“ (2015)

 

 

„TÜV Rheinland Handbuch Oldtimer“ (2016),

                 authors: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Brauckmann,

                 Steffen Mißbach, Norbert Schroeder, Udo Schütt,                  Dr. Gundula Tutt