Finding an Exhibition Space

FIGURE 2.1 Untitled from “inward bound” 2006, 30 × 40 inches c-type. Image © Esther Teichmann



For the working photographer and exhibiting artist, the issues of printing, storing, and presenting archivally sound prints can be a potential minefield. As the market for sales of photographs grows, so too does the demand that prints be produced and presented to high archival standards. Corbis may be able to store analog prints in a deep, secure, environmentally controlled vault, but most people have to make do with much less costly solutions and with advice that changes as this area of knowledge ...

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