Client News: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation uses Tru Vue Optium to conserve Japanese screens and Chinese paintings at Taliesin

The first of these pieces to be reinstalled is an impressive Japanese painting in the style of the 17th century artist Kano Yasunobu, which will return to the Blue Loggia at Taliesin in May 2015, prior to the celebration of Wright’s birthday on June 8.

Client News: Tru Vue Optium Acrylic Glazing enhances the viewer’s experience for Wynn Bullock’s photographic prints on display at the High

Opened June 14, the “Wynn Bullock: Revelations” features more than 100 black-and-white and color photographs displayed with Tru Vue® Optium® Acrylic Glazing, including a number of works on display for the first time. “We really needed a framing system that would allow viewers to experience his work in an intimate and powerfully immediate way, otherwise we would not have done justice to his work.”

Client News: Tru Vue Optium Acrylic Glazing frames the Art Institute of Chicago’s entire exhibit of “Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door”

“This museum-quality, non-reflective glazing is ideally suited to Morell’s work. Made with a large-format camera that allows a great range of detail, Morell’s images are carefully printed, with rich blacks and subtle tones. Optium allows us to present this work free of any distracting reflection or glare, greatly enhancing the viewing experience for the thousands of viewers we are expecting this summer.”

Client News: From Rembrandt to Mondriaan the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam features more than 100 artworks framed with Tru Vue Optium Acrylic Glazing

“This way of exhibiting works of art on paper is as close as we can get to actually putting the works in the hands of the public,” says Idelette van Leeuwen, the Rijksmuseum’s head of paper conservation. “Tru-Vue’s contribution of Optium for all the frames used for drawings, prints and photographs makes it possible for the Rijksmuseum to give the public an optimal view of the art in the new galleries.”

Client news: Tru Vue introduces StaticShield Acrylic Glazing – anti-static and UV-filtering protection ideal for pastels, charcoals and textiles

Tru Vue will be exhibiting its collection of high-performance acrylic glazing at:
* Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material’s (AICCM’s) Book, Paper and the Photographic Materials Symposium, Aug. 29-31, in the State Library of Queensland, Australia;
* International Institute for Conservation (IIC) Congress 2012 – Decorative Conservation and Applied Arts, Sept. 10-14, in Vienna, Austria; and
* Museums Association Exhibition, booth #18, Nov. 8-9, in Edinburgh, Scotland.

05.05.10 Client News

“Picasso in The Metropolitan Museum of Art” demonstrates the clarity, protection of Tru Vue® Optium® Acrylic Glazing