Whether a world fair, an art gallery, a museum or trade show, all exhibitions deal with the same basic commodities, objects and informative space.Â The skill of the exhibition designer lies in using suitable techniques to ensure that the objects are explained in an accessible way to the widest audience. This guide deals with the whole range of exhibition design, describing both people and processes involved in briefing, mounting, maintaining and evaluating exhibitions. It provides the essential principles of designing an exhibition, whatever its nature and size, and serves as an introduction for the non-specialist and a guide to good practice for students and professionals alike.
Table of Contents
Contents: The exhibition; The designer; The client; The brief; The words; The principles; The techniques; The design; The production; The completion; The maintenance; The end result; Bibliography; Glossary; Index.
'Many of the pitfalls that can arise when putting together an exhibition have been carefully explained. The author has used his 40 years of experience in exhibition design to provide the reader with some good pointers and insights on how to overcome these pitfalls.' Museums Journal