"The Plump Life", "Korea Power" and "1607"

In 2013, the "Museum angewandte Kunst" (MAK) reopened on the Frankfurt Museumsufer. After several months of renovation work, the premises of the building complex built in 1985 by the American architect Richard Meier are freshly renovated outside and inside. The opening was celebrated with the presentation of four major exhibitions: "Less But Better", "The Plump Life", "Korea Power" and "1607".

In close cooperation with the museum management, the exhibition team of MARTINCOLOR took over all the work "around the illustration" of the individual projects. Over 200 m² of wallpaper were printed and attached to the walls by the MARTINCOLOR assembly team. With the PREMIUM photo imager "Lambda" numerous pictures in gallery quality were enlarged and applied to aluminum material. Thanks to a special fastening technique, the gallery pictures were hung directly from the ceiling and "float" in the room. Via "Print & Cut", the necessary markings were made on the cutting plotters and mounted on site.

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