Art and Light

Welcome to 2019 from all of us at Art Hanging Systems. We’re back and open for business at our new showroom & warehouse at 26 Vincent Street Marrickville.

With the holidays almost over, we thought we’d give you an excuse to kick back one more time and enjoy a few minutes watching our 2018 pick of the most exciting, awesome large-scale artworks of the year.

Artist James Turrell has spent decades shaping the landscape into an immersive observatory. His creation, Roden Crater, is a masterwork of light and perception inside a dormant volcano, now only seen by a few hundred people every year.


Revisiting some of our favourite installation jobs from 2018, this custom solution was developed for the foyer at 333 George Street, Sydney, for the Charter Hall exhibition “Harlem”. Photographer Alina Gozin’a requested each of her subjects to show a hand gesture to symbolise their first love.

Our brief was to create a temporary fixing bracket for the sandstone wall that allowed the magic of the art to be showcased while leaving no damage to the existing sandstone walls. Solved!


With the start of another school year, the need for an easy to use, easy to install, economical system for hanging students artwork, workshop posters, notes and signs is only a click away.

Info rail is perfect for classrooms, is available in white and aluminium and comes in four lengths that can be easily cut to the correct size.


As we continue to settle in to the new warehouse, our focus will soon be turning to the Art Hanging Systems Showroom, a multi-purpose space that will be doubling as a special art event location. We’re keen to provide opportunities for emerging artists to be hung using art hanging systems.

To get the ball rolling, we’re calling for expressions of interest including images, to be submitted to for consideration.

Image courtesy of LED World Lighting

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life”
Pablo Picasso

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