Each time the Guggenheim mounts an exhibition it embarks on an elaborate design process to plan the gallery ambiance. Wall color is often used to convey a particular time, place, or culture, and must highlight the works of art without competing with them. The choice of wall color can influence how a museum visitor experiences the artworks, so this process is crucial to the presentation. Guggenheim Gallery Colors includes the original colors chosen for the museum by Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as colors preferred by generations of curators and living artists.
The choice of wall color in a gallery can influence how we experience works of art. The 50 paint colors in this collection include original colors chosen for the museum by Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as gallery colors preferred by curators and living artists for decades.
Each 2 1/4″ x 5 3/4″ fan deck contains a coupon good for three complimentary 4 oz. sample pots of Eurolux Matte paint in your choice of Gallery Colors.