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Enough of you have been asking about archival prints and how printing fits with the framing.
There used to be a shop on 4th Ave years ago called Mido Framing. They used to frame up some of my early Ciba prints.
They charged a price of course and it was expensive they had to make a buck , now its really expensive. But now I do my own archival
framing and printing which reduces costs.
If long term protection for your art is a concern. You should use acid free papers and matts. For traditional glass framing the diagram shows how I take to market photographic prints pre-glass in an acid free conservation book….. And never hang your art in the sun.


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