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2013 Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market, 38th Edition by Mary Burzlaff Bostic

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HOW TO HANG YOUR SOLO SHOW

Show Your Works to Their Best Advantage

by Jonathan and Marsha Talbot

Installing a solo show of your own work is a challenging and rewarding task. A solo show is probably something you’ve worked toward for a year or more. You have a substantial emotional investment—and often an economic one as well—in its success. If your show is in a museum or commercial gallery, installing the show will most likely be the responsibility of the museum curator or gallery director. But if your show is in a co-op gallery, art association, alternative art space, library, bank, restaurant, office space or your own studio, part or all of the responsibility for arranging and hanging the work will probably fall on your shoulders. Exploring ...

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