How do you light and display art in the best way possible, all while conserving it for years to come?
Join Mr. Luis Barahona, Technical Manager and Head of Lighting Design for ERCO Lighting Asia-Pacific, as he shares the importance of understanding the principle of good exhibition lighting to enhance artworks, all while explaining the different methods of lighting artworks used by museums and galleries worldwide.
This sharing session will also explain how sunlight and artificial light affects the conservation process on artworks and how to minimise the degradation on the art pieces through light exposure, along with the various factors that influences and changes the viewer’s perspective when viewing and appreciating art such as different colour temperature and the CRI (Colour Rendering Index) of the light fixtures.
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with fellow art enthusiasts. Limited slots available, Click on the QR code to register now!
Date: 29 September
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Location: ERCO Lighting Singapore, 93 Havelock Road, #03-532, Singapore 160093
ERCO is a leading international specialist in architectural lighting, providing highly precise and efficient LED lighting solutions to architectural spaces worldwide. Notable cultural projects include National Gallery Singapore, M+ Hong Kong, Munch Museum in Oslo, The Louvre in Paris, and many more.