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This may not be the exact perfect spot to post this thread-
However--- I am wondering if anyone here.. is knowledgable on how to display a piece of artwork (specifically a photograph) in a window to be seen by people walking past on the street?
They are rather large photographs, black and white, they would be illuminated by a track lighting system that would run around the perimeter of the window-
my concern is--- how to display the photograph, completely 90 degrees & rather close to the window, without onlookers being able to see the fixtures clearly. (ie- no harsh silver wires etc...)
any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated!
Thanks for your help!
Im not quite sure what u mean by the 90 degrees bit but depending on how big and heavy ur photos are, what about suspending them from fishing wire? U can get various strengths and widths, I did it with some of my work at an exhibition.Just a thought.