A retrospective look at how Mila-Wall® brought ‘Gleam of Gold, Blaze of Colours’ to life.
It takes a massive operation to curate and install invaluable historical artworks like the shimmering reverse glass paintings exhibition on display at the Museum of Decorative Arts (upm) in Prague in 2020. The exhibition, ‘Gleam of Gold, Blaze of Colours,’ showcased a range of reverse glass paintings dating back from the Late Antiquity to the Baroque period. Mila-Wall®, the modular exhibition walls, were used to house these artworks and bring the exhibition to life.
Changeable Wall Colours and Finishes
The flexibility of Mila-Wall® is the changeable surface finishes, and ease of painting the walls. Painted in deep magenta and muted cool blues, the Mila-Wall® used in the exhibition gives a new dimension of colour and light to these artworks painted in sheer layers of gold and black oil paint.
Versatile Design Possibilities
The curators at the Museum of Decorative Arts organised the gallery space using a star-shaped formation with Mila-Wall®, dividing the collection of paintings into a range of historical themes and periods. The portable art wall panels allow for flexible design and are reusable and changeable for each upcoming exhibit.
Standing at almost 4 meters high, the space created by the modular movable Mila-Wall® system in the gallery enhanced the theatrical quality of the paintings, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the paintings’ masterful details.
To read more about the exhibit visit the Museum of Decorative Arts website. For more information about the portable exhibition walls and other examples of past exhibitions, visit the Mila-Wall® page here.
Art Hanging Systems is the sole distributor of Mila-Wall® in Australia.
If you are looking for flexible solutions for your exhibition space, get in touch with our sales team to see how the modular exhibition walls solution of Mila-wall® will work for your next exhibition or commercial space.