- 1 How do you show pictures at an exhibition?
- 2 How do you mount a display picture?
- 3 Should a picture have a mount?
- 4 How do you write an exhibition statement?
- 5 What are the types of exhibition?
- 6 How do you write an introduction to an exhibit?
- 7 What does a mounted picture mean?
- 8 What tape is used on the back of picture frames?
How do you show pictures at an exhibition?
How to Exhibit Your Photography in 4 Easy Steps
- Find a place to show off your work. Although it sounds kind of daunting, this step is easier than it sounds (seriously).
- Select a theme. Picking your best photos is a must when planning your exhibit.
- Print and frame your photos.
- Install your framed photos.
How do you mount a display picture?
An easy mounting technique: Lay your image down on a table with the top of the image hanging off the edge of the table about 1 or 2 inches. Lay your mat on top of the image and center it. Apply two pieces of hinging tissue or acid free tape to the photograph and mat from the bottom as shown in photographs.
Should a picture have a mount?
Most photos do not need to be mounted and framed using the strictest conservation guidelines but knowing the options for conservation mounting and framing can help you protect photos of great personal or professional importance.
How do you write an exhibition statement?
Some points you may want to cover include:
- What type of works will be exhibited?
- Do the materials used to create the work reflect themes of the exhibition?
- How many works will be shown?
- Who are the works by?
- Is the exhibition a solo exhibition?
- Is the exhibition a group exhibition?
What are the types of exhibition?
Let’s discover the different types of exhibitions:
- THE SOLO EXHIBITION.
- THE COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION.
- THE TEMPORARY EXHIBITION.
- THE ITINERANT EXHIBITION.
- THE ONLINE EXHIBITION.
- THE ANTHOLOGICAL EXHIBITION.
- THE RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION.
How do you write an introduction to an exhibit?
We have compiled some pointers to help you write a compelling description and successfully introduce your exhibition to your visitors, so keep reading!
- Include the ‘Big Idea’
- Don’t Repeat Your Bio.
- Avoid “Artspeak”
- Don’t dumb it down too much.
- Keep the structure short and simple.
What does a mounted picture mean?
Photographic mounting describes a process of using adhesive to fix a photo print to a solid rigid material, known as a substrate.
What tape is used on the back of picture frames?
The one most people will recognise straight away is the “brown” tape used to seal in the back of the frame. There are two types of tape used:self adhesive; gummed. Gummed tape is the traditional paper tape, and the only one suitable for conservation work and museum work, is gummed paper tapes.