Installing Exhibitions is an invaluable guide for all students, artists, makers and craftspeople – anyone in fact who exhibits or displays their own work, or the work of others.
It is a practical resource incorporating everything you need to know about setting up your work for display, from preparing the space, to risk assessment and health and safety concerns, fixings, moving and placing work, two- and three-dimensional work and audiovisual displays.
The book also includes information about electrics, lighting, and cable management, rigging, and basic construction, as well as tools and materials and the basic kit you will need to get started.
Pete Smithson is Technical Manager for Fine Art at Central St Martins, and this book has been written with the aid of a fellowship grant from the University of the Arts, London.
"Anyone involved in mounting an exhibition that isnt professionally hung should have this book. Not only will your exhibition look better, it ll be better."
-www.artbookreview.co.uk (July 2009)
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