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Articles on Framing

Framing Xu Bing’s The Suzhou Landscripts

I first met the artist Xu Bing last year in the company of Judith Goldman and Shelagh Vainker.  Judith’s Deuce II Editions published his four panel lithographic work, and Shelagh is Curator at Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum, where the work was to be exhibited. Our meeting ...

Jed Bark Featured in the New York Social Diary

July 2012 New York Social Diary recently visited our Long Island City facility to interview Jed Bark, and take many beautiful photographs of our operation. New York Social Diary, July, 2012 By Sian Ballen and Lesley Hauge

Margaret Holben Ellis on Hinging

“The Most Critical Step in the Entire Framing Process” An excerpt from the interview: "On several occasions, I have encountered multiple sets of pressure-sensitive "archival" tape hinges left over from past reframing campaigns.  I'm then faced with the difficult decision of whether to leave ...

Border Patrol

September 2002 "The long-term health of pictures depends on careful selection of frames and proper lighting." Download the article as a PDF. ARTnews, September 2002 By Michelle Falkenstein

Framing, ARTnews

November 2000 Jared Bark, one of four partners at Bark Frameworks in New York, remembers walking up to a beautifully framed Matisse drawing in a San Francisco gallery. His delight soon turned to dismay when he discovered that its silk matting was not archival ...

Glazing for Framing and Case Making

In 1991, Jared Bark wrote this article on glazing materials for framers  and for designers and preparators in museums and galleries. The glazing market was chaotic in the 1980’s and early 90’s, and this text was an attempt to clarify the field. The marketplace ...

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