Automatically place works at eye height, or create a salon style hang using the grid feature to accurately position works anywhere on a wall.
The ability to paint any surface in a gallery gives curators the freedom to create unique colour schemes.
Interactive wall buttons for each artwork invite your audience to inquire, buy, like, vote and view additional media.
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The gallery has a chocolate tinted, low sheen, stone floor and a simple wooden bench that imparts scale with a minimum of fuss.
This medium sized gallery has a clean modern décor with a white marble floor. The walls are washed with a combination of spots and natural light from the three windows.
A large rectangular gallery with a polished concrete floor and a huge skylight. The Atrium gallery has a nice mix of daylight and expansive, spot-lit walls. The featured doorway gives a point of reference to the space.
This 19 metre long gallery allows for the luxury of distance from large works and is augmented by light flooding in from a set of French windows at one end and two large Victorian arched windows at the other.
The main gallery space has a five meter high stud, illuminated by clerestory windows giving it a large and airy feel.
The second room is connected via a wide staircase and has a more intimate feel with a skylight illuminating a four meter high feature wall.
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Visit galleries and exhibitions on desktop and laptop computers. Try fullscreen viewing for an immersive and distraction free experience.
Galleries will open up in any browser and can be experienced in portrait and landscape mode. Select fullscreen for even smoother navigation.
Explore the exhibition and artwork effortlessly using one or two fingers to move around an exhibition on a mobile phone or tablet.