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Doubt cast on LED lighting concerns

Experts say only art works exposed to extreme lighting run the risk of losing their original colour.
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2013 18:20

LED lights are an energy-efficient way of keeping exhibition spaces well lit. But now researchers say they could actually be harming valuable art.

Jessica Baldwin, reporting from London, says there may be more to the research than meets the eye.

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