Art Handling

From the crate to the wall, our highly experienced technicians will take every care that the work is properly handled using Tate ratified techniques.

As each artwork will be different, careful consideration of fragilities or weak points will be observed and handling methods amended accordingly.

We can offer solutions when works need to be protected in situ or moved for temporary storage. As of February 2013 we can offer long term art storage solutions including art transportation within the north east.

Our art handling client list includes:

Auckland Castle

Seaton Delaval Hall (National Trust)

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives

Hatton Gallery

Laing Art Gallery

The Bowes Museum

The Centre for Life

Howick Hall Gardens

Newcastle University

Great North Museum

Shipley Art Gallery

Milton Keynes Gallery

Modern Art Oxford

Durham Light Infantry Art Gallery

Durham University Library

Bill Bryson Library, Durham

The Granary Gallery, Berwick Upon Tweed

Berwick Museum and Art Gallery

Preston Hall, Stockton on Tees

We often hang works on loan from the following organisations :

V&A

British Museum

National Gallery

National Gallery of Scotland

Tate Gallery

Artist Rooms (Tate)

National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery Scotland

Government Art Collection

 

 

 

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YSL at the Bowes
Gerald Scarfe
Bowes rehang
Auckland Castle Hang
Pitmen Painters
Turner and Constable at the Laing
Maurice Cockrill
Shafts of Light
Hockney at the Bowes
Auckland Castle
Laing Art Gallery
Ed Ruscha
Victor Pasmore crate for the Hatton
Burrell
Jim Shaw
Mark Wallinger
zed nelson
John Cecil Stephenson
Lough
Baltic
King's Hall
Holzer
Vivienne Westwood
Bowes
Hirst
Bonvincini
Baltic
Pasmore
Degas
Hambling
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