- To protect large ink scrolls during exhibition in a limited space, and present the tactile nature of the ink and paper surface without traditional frames or wall cases impeding the viewer’s experience of how these artworks are intended to be seen.
Optium Museum Acrylic®
Allows viewers to see the scrolls instead of distracting reflections.
Acrylic is half the weight of glass and shatter resistant
Safeguards against injury and damage to art work and visitors.
Anti-static protection exceeds that of glass
Immediately eliminates static charge. Makes for safer, easier framing and less cleaning.
A durable hard coat protects against scratches from cleaning and general exposure to the public.
99% UV blocking
Protecting the scrolls from the most damaging light wavelengths, helping prevent fading and degradation.
The exhibit Ink Worlds, held at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center in 2018, considered ink painting from the 1960s through the present. Salient visual features and international connections were examined, as well as the ongoing impact of historical techniques, materials, and themes. In so doing, the exhibition addressed not only the capacity of ink painting to evolve, but also the contemporary nature of the medium as a distinct genre.