How to display paintings in an art show
Usually, paintings at art shows are displayed against a white backdrop, which keeps the focus on the work. These can be hung directly on the wall or using mesh hanging displays. The rule of thumb is to hang art so that its center is 57 inches above the floor, which is about eye level for most people. This allows your guests to view the art comfortably, and hanging artwork at this height consistently throughout the exhibition gives the whole show a more cohesive, professional feel. If you rent one of the extraordinary art show venues listed on Peerspace, these spaces will often already be equipped to make it easy for you to properly hang artwork.