The Tate London acquired several years ago one of the most essential and spectacular "burned" holes, a pyrography, by Henk Peeters. The research department from the Tate started a research project on Peeters's Burn Hole from 1961 and is currently preparing a publication on the research. It comprises six papers, five of which have been written by Professor Michael White, University of York; the sixth, a conservation paper, is by Carla Flack, Tate, and Dr. Emma Richardson, University College London. The project is scholarly, peer-reviewed, and will be published open-access on Tate's website.
The physical Henk Peeters Archive is at the Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD) in The Hague (NL).