As Tate Britain prepares for Pablo Bronstein to reveal his exciting large-scale work in the Duveen Galleries. We are busy creating the exhibition space in which it will be displayed. To ensure that the space works well with the yet-to-be-revealed project MCD Heritage have to meet certain criteria.
Building walls 9 metres by 10 metres wide with no fixings into the floor or walls is a challenge," said Micheal Falzon, Director of MCD Heritage.
"However, we've been building exhibition spaces for Tate Britain for many years now and are confident that we will be able to construct an area that is sympathetic to Duveen Galleries' neo-classical style, whilst allowing for Bronstein's project to be seen with all its different performances and interventions."
Pablo Bernstein was commissioned by Tate Britain, and supported by Sotheby's, to create a large-scale work that draws on his interests in Baraoque architecture and displays. Renowned for his projects that explore the contraints around us, the long awaited exhibition will open on April 26th 2016.
"Time is always a difficulty when constructing exhibition rooms because everything has to not only look right to the gallery, but also to the artist, and health and safety officials!", Michael added.
"When visitors see Bronstein's work they will not even think twice about the space that it is being exhibited in, and yet if this was not perfect then the project would fail".
"We love being able to work with galleries to make an area that directs visitors to art, and is unassuming and yet central to success".
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